Connecticut Senator Matthew Lesser [D]

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CTSB00005PassTo: (1) Establish verification requirements prior to the creation of an online dating account, (2) establish the crime of child grooming, (3) create a grant program to prevent online abuse, (4) require domestic violence training for state employees, ...
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2022-05-17
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
CTSB00001PassTo expand health services in schools.
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2022-05-17
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
CTSB00133PassTo permit a police officer to wear a religious head covering in accordance with such officer's religious beliefs while on duty and wearing a uniform.
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2022-05-17
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
CTHB05336PassTo ensure that the provisions of the Indian Child Welfare Act apply to child custody, placement, adoption and termination of parental rights proceedings involving an Indian child.
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2022-05-17
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
CTSB00002PassTo address pandemic impact on childhood depression, anxiety and developmental delays through the expansion of support services.
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2022-05-13
Public Act 22-81
CTSB00358PassTo expand health insurance requirements for treatment used to diagnose breast cancer.
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2022-05-13
Public Act 22-90
CTSB00163PassTo prohibit an employer from coercing any employee into attending or participating in a meeting sponsored by the employer concerning the employer's views on political or religious matters.
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2022-05-11
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
CTSB00006PassTo: (1) Establish (A) a framework for controlling and processing personal data, and (B) responsibilities and privacy protection standards for data controllers and processors; and (2) grant consumers the right to (A) access, correct, delete and obtain...
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2022-05-10
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00004PassTo reduce carbon emissions by expanding public and private utilization of electric vehicles in Connecticut to protect human health and the environment.
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2022-05-10
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05269PassTo permit public agencies to continue to conduct remote meetings under the Freedom of Information Act.
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2022-05-05
Transmitted to the Secretary of State
CTHB05414PassTo provide protections for persons receiving and providing reproductive health care services in the state.
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2022-05-05
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00431Engross
50%
To (1) prevent foreign interference in state referenda and elections and allow for greater enforcement of violations, (2) implement federal court rulings regarding independent expenditure political committees and contributions to such committees, (3)...
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2022-05-03
House Calendar Number 557
CTHB05232Engross
50%
To align state statutes concerning service animals with federal law.
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2022-04-29
Senate Recommitted to Human Services
CTSB00426Intro
25%
To expand the scope of the state's false claim statutes by removing provisions that limit application of these statutes to a state-administered health or human services program.
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2022-04-22
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
CTSB00282Engross
50%
To require the Commissioner of Social Services to provide medical assistance for bariatric surgery and prescription drug treatment of obesity.
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2022-04-21
House Calendar Number 426
CTHB05386Engross
50%
To place a cap on costs for epinephrine cartridge injectors.
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2022-04-21
File Number 580
CTSB00250Intro
25%
To establish a loan reimbursement program for Connecticut residents who graduated from a state university.
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2022-04-19
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
CTSB00416Engross
50%
To exclude the following in contracts between health carriers and health care providers: (1) Anti-steering clauses; anti-tiering clauses; and (2) all-or-nothing clauses.
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2022-04-14
House Calendar Number 382
CTSB00471Intro
25%
To afford mechanisms for the challenge of certain election administration laws, practices or procedures that may impair the electoral rights of certain protected classes of individuals.
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2022-04-13
File Number 454
CTSJ00030Intro
25%
Resolution Proposing A State Constitutional Amendment To Recognize A Right Of Personal Reproductive Autonomy And Freedom.
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2022-04-11
File Number 389
CTHB05262PassTo revise certain absentee voting eligibility statutes to more closely align the language thereof with that of the related state constitutional provision.
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2022-04-08
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00284Intro
25%
To provide medical assistance for income-eligible persons under nineteen years of age regardless of immigration status.
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2022-03-17
Motion Failed (JF)
CTSB00034Intro
25%
To expand the Covered Connecticut program to benefit the state's middle class.
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2022-03-11
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTSB00184Intro
25%
To (1) extend through November 8, 2022, several changes regarding election administration as a result of COVID-19, and (2) specify "illness" as grounds for claiming eligibility to vote by absentee ballot.
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2022-03-11
File Number 6
CTHB05131Intro
25%
To require health insurance benefits for the part-time faculty employed by the Connecticut State University System who have taught not less than ninety credit hours during the preceding ten years.
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2022-03-03
No Action
CTSB00033Intro
25%
To provide funding to the Student Loan Ombudsman.
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2022-02-15
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTSB00054Intro
25%
To require the value of certain frequent flyer miles to be subject to the personal income tax.
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2022-02-15
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
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