Connecticut Representative Robert Sanchez [D]

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CTHB06558PassTo (1) establish a pilot program that authorizes the Commissioner of Early Childhood to issue a license to a person or group of persons to operate a family child care home in a space that is not a private home and that has been provided by an associa...
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06559PassTo implement the recommendations of the Office of Early Childhood.
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06665PassTo prohibit restrictive covenants based on race, to provide a process to remove such covenants from instruments recorded on the land records in this state and to eliminate the race designation on marriage licenses.
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06633PassTo restructure unemployment insurance benefits and improve fund solvency.
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06442PassTo implement the Governor's budget recommendations.
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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
CTHB05597PassTo combat the opioid epidemic in the state.
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2021-07-06
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01059VetoTo (1) establish the Correction Accountability Commission, (2) enhance correction ombuds services, (3) restrict the use of isolated confinement and restraints in correctional facilities, (4) increase transparency concerning restrictive housing measur...
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2021-06-30
Vetoed by the Governor
CTHB06417PassTo require youth camp employees who are eighteen years of age or older to submit to a comprehensive background check.
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2021-06-28
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06621PassTo (1) clarify the law that requires boards of education to hold public hearings that such public hearings shall be related to the provision of education offered by the board of education, (2) clarify the law how annual vision screenings for students...
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2021-06-28
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01091PassTo require a study of the criminal laws of this state.
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2021-06-28
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06113PassTo require the Department of Children and Families to develop, and operators of youth athletic activities and licensees of youth camps to distribute, information concerning appropriate interactions with children and child sexual abuse.
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2021-06-24
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06121PassTo require the Department of Economic and Community Development to develop a plan to establish a workforce development pipeline for persons with disabilities.
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2021-06-16
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06476PassTo require a disparity study.
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2021-06-14
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05677PassTo make community violence prevention services provided by a qualified violence prevention professional a covered service under the Medicaid program, and to provide for training and certification of qualified violence prevention professionals.
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2021-06-14
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00001PassTo equalize comprehensive access to mental, behavioral and physical health care in response to the pandemic.
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2021-06-14
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01019PassTo (1) require certain training to members of the Board of Pardons and Paroles and to require the board to provide a written explanation when denying a pardon, to streamline record erasure in the case of misdemeanors and certain felonies, (2) waive c...
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2021-06-10
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06552Engross

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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
CTHJ00058PassResolution Proposing A State Constitutional Amendment To Allow No-excuse Absentee Voting.
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2021-06-08
Transmitted to the Secretary of State
CTHB06380PassTo require employers to disclose salary ranges for vacant positions and to provide comparable pay for comparable work.
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2021-06-07
Signed by the Governor
CTHJ00059PassResolution Approving An Amendment To The State Constitution To Allow For Early Voting.
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2021-06-04
Transmitted to the Secretary of State
CTSB00908PassTo protect the rights of public employees to join or support unions.
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2021-06-04
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06399Engross

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To require the Department of Public Health to administer the national Youth Risk Behavior Survey and the Child Advocate to develop questions assessing the risk of youths becoming victims of sexual assault or misconduct by an adult.
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2021-06-01
File Number 769
CTSB00753PassTo provide for the adjustment of population data so as to count incarcerated persons as residents of their last town of residence rather than as residents of the town in which the correctional facility is located.
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2021-05-26
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00668Engross

Sine Die
To require certain employers to provide advance notice to certain employees of the employees' work schedule.
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2021-05-19
House Calendar Number 517
CTHB06477Engross

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To clarify the definition of employer regarding volunteer fire departments and ambulance companies under the State Occupational Safety and Health Act.
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2021-05-14
Senate Calendar Number 438
CTSB00956Intro

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To provide medical assistance to certain individuals regardless of immigration status.
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2021-05-11
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
CTHB06617Intro

Sine Die
To authorize state grant commitments for school building projects; to require that all plans for a school building project submitted on and after July 1, 2022, provide for the installation of water bottle filling stations; and to require boards of ed...
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2021-05-10
File Number 647
CTHB06619Intro

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To develop a model curriculum for grades kindergarten to grade eight, inclusive, for use by local and regional boards of education.
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2021-05-10
File Number 649
CTHB06620Intro

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To improve student literacy and address issues relating to equity and opportunity gaps that exist in public education in the state.
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2021-05-10
File Number 650
CTHB06618Intro

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To (1) provide boards of education for alliance districts flexibility in how they utilize and expend their alliance district funds, (2) permit boards of education to carry forward any unexpended federal funds received for the purpose of covering cost...
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2021-05-10
File Number 648
CTHB06511Intro

Sine Die
To require youth sports coaches, instructors and athletic trainers who are eighteen years of age or older to submit to a comprehensive background check.
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2021-05-04
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTSB00821Intro

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To reform certain taxes to reduce taxes for middle-class families and enable investments in education, housing, health care and long-term care services, and to require the Labor Commissioner to make a one-time direct payment of five hundred dollars t...
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2021-03-11
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB06187Intro

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To restructure certain taxes to assist in the economic recovery of all state residents and require the Labor Commissioner to make a one-time direct payment of five hundred dollars to individuals who experienced economic hardships due to the COVID-19 ...
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2021-03-11
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB05911Intro

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To increase availability of low-income housing.
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2021-02-16
To Joint Housing Committee
CTHB06255Intro

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To provide for a person to apply for and receive an automatic expungement of such person's criminal record in the case of misdemeanors or felony drug offenses if such person has been released from incarceration for ten years or longer without a subse...
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2021-01-29
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTHB06254Intro

Sine Die
To allow formerly incarcerated persons to keep their inheritance, property, lawsuit proceeds and lottery winnings after incarceration, rather than reimburse the state for costs associated with such term of incarceration.
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2021-01-29
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTHB05899Intro

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To establish a student loan reimbursement program for residents of the state who graduate from a public institution of higher education with an associate or bachelor's degree in early childhood education and are employed by a preschool program or a l...
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2021-01-28
To Joint Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee
CTHB05854Intro

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To dedicate a portion of the revenue generated from the imposition of a new tax or an increase in the rate of an existing tax to lowering motor vehicle mill rates and increasing funding for education cost sharing.
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2021-01-28
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB05669Intro

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To restore funding cut from fatherhood initiatives and study the efficacy of transferring oversight of such initiatives from the Department of Social Services to the Office of Early Childhood or the Department of Education.
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2021-01-27
To Joint Human Services Committee
CTHB05635Intro

Sine Die
To grant each telecommunications company the ability to offer services in any municipality within the state, and to prevent a cap or fees associated with an Internet data plan.
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2021-01-27
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
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