Connecticut Representative Roland Lemar [D]

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CTHB05854Intro
25%
To increase the number of wage and hour inspectors at the Labor Department in order to monitor the increasing number of wage theft complaints in the state.
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2023-02-03
[Hearing: Feb 7]
To Joint Labor and Public Employees Committee
CTHB06391Intro
25%
To raise the maximum fine for municipal ordinance violations to one thousand dollars.
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2023-02-03
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTSB00938Intro
25%
To allow striking employees to collect unemployment benefits after a period of two consecutive weeks striking.
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2023-02-03
[Hearing: Feb 7]
To Joint Labor and Public Employees Committee
CTHB05003Intro
25%
To make revisions to how public education is funded in the state.
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2023-01-30
To Joint Education Committee
CTHB05917Intro
25%
To implement the recommendations of the Vision Zero Council.
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2023-01-26
To Joint Transportation Committee
CTHB06387Intro
25%
To require the disclosure of certain natural person ownership interests in real property.
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2023-01-20
To Joint Housing Committee
CTHB06176Intro
25%
To allow for previously deemed ineligible school building project expenses to be reconsidered for grant reimbursement.
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2023-01-19
To Joint Education Committee
CTHB06174Intro
25%
To allow boards of education to use their alliance district funds on a more diverse set of expenses to support students.
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2023-01-19
To Joint Education Committee
CTHB06175Intro
25%
To provide more support to boards of education for the cost of special education services.
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2023-01-19
To Joint Education Committee
CTHB06173Intro
25%
To provide more support to school districts by accelerating the full funding of the education cost-sharing grant.
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2023-01-19
To Joint Education Committee
CTHB05998Intro
25%
To reduce conflict between towing companies and motor vehicle owners.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Transportation Committee
CTHB05719Intro
25%
To convey a parcel of state land to the city of New Haven.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00351Intro
25%
To restructure certain taxes to reduce taxes for middle-income taxpayers and seniors and to increase collections, investigations and reporting by certain state agencies.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB05657Intro
25%
To establish a surcharge of five per cent of the net gain from the sale or exchange of capital assets and on dividend and interest income on certain taxpayers.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB05659Intro
25%
To establish a refundable child tax credit against the personal income tax in the amount of five hundred dollars per child for up to three children.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB05665Intro
25%
To establish additional personal income tax income brackets and marginal rates for individuals with Connecticut taxable income of over one million dollars.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB05702Intro
25%
To allow incarcerated individuals to vote.
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2023-01-18
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTHB05471Intro
25%
To provide expanded access to beaches, coastal resources and associated facilities.
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2023-01-17
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB05308Intro
25%
To reduce the estate tax exemption threshold to three million six hundred thousand dollars and eliminate the caps on estate and gift taxes.
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2023-01-13
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
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