Connecticut Senator Robert Sampson [R]

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CTSB01030PassTo implement the recommendations of the Nursing Home and Assisted Living Oversight Working Group regarding long-term care facilities and make other revisions to the long-term care facility statutes.
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2021-07-13
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00837PassTo prohibit the use of firefighting foam containing PFAS for training purposes and establish a take-back program for such products.
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2021-07-13
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06678VetoTo convey a parcel of state land in the town of Wolcott for six thousand dollars.
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2021-07-13
Vetoed by the Governor
CTSB00954PassTo require institutions of higher education to report accidental deaths that occur on campus.
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06517PassTo implement the recommendations of the task force to analyze the implementation of laws governing dyslexia instruction and training.
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06574PassTo make revisions to the State Codes of Ethics concerning the scope of gift prohibitions, reporting of gifts, authority of the ethics enforcement officer, activities involving consultants and independent contractors, findings of ethics violations, pe...
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06387PassTo: (1) Prohibit certain insurers from engaging in certain discrimination against living organ donors; and (2) provide that prohibited discrimination against living organ donors constitutes a violation of the Connecticut Unfair Insurance Practices Ac...
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00141PassTo establish a task force to study cancer relief benefits for firefighters.
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06412PassTo require a low-carbon fuel blend of heating oil in the state and to establish a Bioheat Advisory Board.
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06457PassTo study whether there are enough nursing home facilities to provide institutional care in the future.
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00660PassTo expand workers' compensation benefits for certain mental or emotional impairments suffered by health care providers in connection with COVID-19.
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2021-06-30
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06534PassTo require public and nonpublic schools to develop and implement emergency action plans for responding to serious and life-threatening sports-related injuries that occur during interscholastic and intramural athletic events.
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2021-06-30
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06374PassTo (1) protect students who report being a victim or witness of sexual assault, stalking or violence from disciplinary action by an institution of higher education, and (2) establish a Council on Sexual Misconduct Climate Survey to approve sexual mis...
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2021-06-28
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06504PassTo make various revisions to animal-related statutes concerning domestic and companion animals and rabies quarantine periods.
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2021-06-28
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06637PassTo establish a state-wide mental health services program to provide mental health services tailored to the specialized needs of deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing persons.
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2021-06-28
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06320PassTo add a greater voice for persons with autism spectrum disorder and their families on an advisory council.
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2021-06-24
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01008PassTo: (1) Require the Insurance Commissioner, in consultation with the Commissioner of Public Health, to adopt regulations to ensure that (A) each health care provider, health carrier, pharmacist, pharmacy and pharmacy benefits manager doing business i...
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2021-06-16
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00989PassTo combat online harassment, including that motivated by hate, by (1) extending the crime of stalking in the first degree to specifically include certain hate-based motivations, (2) extending the crime of second-degree stalking to include certain ele...
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2021-06-16
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06491PassTo remove the prohibition on possession of nonlethal electronic defense weapons.
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2021-06-10
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00123Engross

Sine Die
To increase the penalty for intentionally injuring a police animal or dog in a volunteer canine search and rescue team.
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2021-06-09
Bill Passed Temporarily
CTHB06552Engross

Sine Die
To allow residents of long-term care facilities to use technology of their choice.
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2021-06-09
Moved to Foot of the Calendar, Senate
CTSB01117Engross

Sine Die
To convey a parcel of state land in the town of Cheshire to the town of Cheshire for a school bus depot.
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2021-06-09
On Consent Calendar
CTHB06325Engross

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To (1) require the Secretary of the State to report on certain election laws modified or suspended for any primary or election held in 2020 or 2021, (2) require any declaratory ruling, instruction, opinion or order of the Secretary to be adopted as a...
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2021-06-06
Senate Calendar Number 568
CTHB06520Engross

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To provide temporary state assistance to victims of domestic violence regardless of household income.
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2021-06-01
File Number 773
CTSB00662Engross

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To extend the validity of certain Occupational Safety and Health Administration training from five to ten years for public works projects.
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2021-05-28
House Calendar Number 557
CTSB00855Engross

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To decouple the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority and the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
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2021-05-28
House Calendar Number 560
CTHB05653PassTo update our civil preparedness and public health emergency statutes and executive order emergency powers to reflect emerging threats, and to retain a legislative role in defining the duration of such powers.
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2021-05-26
Transmitted to the Secretary of State
CTHB05377PassTo remove COVID-19 related layoffs from the unemployment experience account.
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2021-05-06
Transmitted to the Secretary of State
CTHB06194Intro

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To create transparency in the awarding of quasi-public agency contracts by requiring them to be subject to competitive bidding and subject to oversight by the State Contracting Standards Board.
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2021-05-04
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTSB00923Engross

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To require the Connecticut Sentencing Commission to review the animal cruelty laws in this state and other states and make recommendations, if any, to the legislature for changes to state laws.
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2021-04-29
House Calendar Number 447
CTHB06435Intro

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To allow pass-through entities to claim the manufacturing apprenticeship tax credit against the personal income tax or the affected business entity tax.
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2021-04-26
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB06193Intro

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To subject certain nonstate entities that serve a governmental function to the Freedom of Information Act and the codes of ethics.
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2021-04-19
File Number 497
CTSB00301Intro

Sine Die
To allow for bipartisan review of emergency declarations.
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2021-03-19
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTHB05540Intro

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To (1) eliminate the presumption that the Secretary of the State's declaratory rulings, opinions, instructions and orders correctly interpret and effectuate the administration of elections and primaries, (2) require that any such declaratory ruling, ...
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2021-03-19
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTHB05125Intro

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To provide immunity from civil liability to entities that have operated pursuant to health and safety guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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2021-03-18
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTSB00357Intro

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To require the Board of Trustees of The University of Connecticut and the Board of Regents for Higher Education to prioritize in-state students during the admissions process of the public institutions of higher education governed by said boards.
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2021-03-18
To Joint Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee
CTSB00297Intro

Sine Die
To require a legislative review of all state mandates.
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2021-03-15
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00294Intro

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To require that the State Elections Enforcement Commission return to a campaign treasurer any contribution that does not qualify toward receiving a grant under the Citizens' Election Program so that such treasurer may return such contribution to the ...
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2021-03-15
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSJ00032Engross

Sine Die
Resolution Expressing Sympathy On The Death Of State Auditor And Former State Senator Robert J. Kane.
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2021-03-01
Adopted, Senate
CTSB00665Intro

Sine Die
To allow emergency medical service providers to obtain workers' compensation benefits for certain mental or emotional impairments.
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2021-02-11
To Joint Labor and Public Employees Committee
CTSB00822Intro

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To (1) require that statements signed by electors, in lieu of presenting certain identification at the polls, be audited for accuracy, and (2) make several changes regarding campaign finance.
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2021-02-03
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00795Intro

Sine Die
To prohibit the unsolicited mailing of absentee ballot applications.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00794Intro

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To require legislative review of certain interpretations of election law by the Secretary of the State.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00797Intro

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To establish a pilot program for verification of signatures on absentee ballot.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00796Intro

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To specify that absentee ballots may only be counted on election day, provide consistency among towns as to pre-election processing of such ballots and allow for the curing of unsigned absentee ballot envelopes.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00802Intro

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To implement several changes concerning the administration of elections.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00801Intro

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To require that, for any candidate who has been nominated by multiple parties, the name of such candidate shall appear only once on the ballot.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00800Intro

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To (1) require the presentation of photo identification at the polls in order to vote, and (2) establish a program for waiving the fee associated with obtaining, for voting purposes, a form of government-issued photo identification.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00798Intro

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To advise absentee ballot applicants of the penalties for violation of election laws, including those concerning possession and completion of absentee ballots.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00799Intro

Sine Die
To establish a task force to study using a single envelope for the return of an absentee ballot.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
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