Connecticut Representative Susan Johnson [D]

Filter View [Reset All]
Syndicate content
StanceStateBillStatusSummary/TitleLast Actionsort icon
CTHB05170PassTo establish requirements for the adequate sheltering of dogs and add additional requirements concerning the tethering of dogs.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-17
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
CTHB05001PassTo improve the availability and provision of mental health, behavioral health and substance use disorder treatment services to children.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-17
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
CTHB05169PassTo implement the recommendations of the Office of Policy and Management concerning property tax exemptions, special taxing districts, neglected cemeteries, revaluation of real property, property tax assessment and appeals, tax overpayment refunds, ta...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-17
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
CTHB05214PassTo require notice of the reason for the closing of accounts.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-17
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
CTHB05373PassTo establish concurrent jurisdiction with the United States over offenses committed by minors on federal military installations in this state.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-17
Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
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.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-17
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00358PassTo expand health insurance requirements for treatment used to diagnose breast cancer.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-13
Public Act 22-90
CTHB05216PassTo require banking institutions to make available low-cost bank accounts.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-13
Public Act 22-77
CTSB00004PassTo reduce carbon emissions by expanding public and private utilization of electric vehicles in Connecticut to protect human health and the environment.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-10
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05414PassTo provide protections for persons receiving and providing reproductive health care services in the state.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-05
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05269PassTo permit public agencies to continue to conduct remote meetings under the Freedom of Information Act.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-05
Transmitted to the Secretary of State
CTSB00278PassTo (1) define "subscriber" and "video streaming", (2) require the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to establish a fee paid by subscribers of video streaming, Internet access and cable television, and (3) limit the applicable fee to one household...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-05-04
In Concurrence
CTHB05042Engross

Sine Die
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-29
File Number 677
CTHB05282Intro

Sine Die
To include the Asian American and Pacific Islander studies in the public school curriculum and to prohibit the collection of disaggregated student data on specific ethnic subgroups unless such student data is required by federal law or collected unif...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-26
File Number 632
CTSB00197Intro

Sine Die
To increase from twenty-one to sixty months the amount of time a person can receive temporary family assistance.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-26
File Number 644
CTHB05433Intro

Sine Die
To establish a council on mental and behavioral health program oversight.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-26
File Number 636
CTHB05227Intro

Sine Die
To establish a Community Ombudsman program to respond to complaints regarding home and community-based long-term services and supports in programs administered by the Department of Social Services.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-26
File Number 631
CTHB05283Intro

Sine Die
To establish a new method of funding public education in the state.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-22
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB05285Intro

Sine Die
To require that all school districts provide climate change instruction as part of the science curriculum, to establish a pilot program for the teaching of financial literacy and to establish the Connecticut Civics Education Task Force.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-21
File Number 569
CTHB05226Intro

Sine Die
To limit recovery of public assistance payments by the state except as required under federal law or a court-ordered support payment.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-20
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB05176Intro

Sine Die
To require a study of the powers, duties, benefits and classification of first responders.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-18
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB05206Engross

Sine Die
To require (1) training for housing authority commissioners, (2) housing authorities to provide certain contact information and notify tenants of their rights, and (3) annual independent audits of housing authorities.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-18
Senate Calendar Number 367
CTSB00416Engross

Sine Die
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.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-14
House Calendar Number 382
CTHB05136Intro

Sine Die
To require public institutions of higher education to assess and address homelessness and housing insecurity among students.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-13
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTHB05318Intro

Sine Die
To establish a student loan registry.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-13
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTHB05423Intro

Sine Die
To establish a pilot program to collect data related to fire and rescue service delivery in the state.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-13
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTSB00283Intro

Sine Die
To eliminate income and asset limits for working persons with disabilities to qualify for Medicaid.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-13
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTHB05424Intro

Sine Die
To include all tax-exempt real property, except for houses of religious worship, in the calculation of state reimbursements to municipalities under the payment in lieu of taxes program.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-12
File Number 412
CTSB00449Intro

Sine Die
To recruit and retain physicians in the state.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-12
File Number 434
CTHB05209Intro

Sine Die
To allow a housing authority to expand its jurisdiction to include neighboring municipalities.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-12
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB05171Intro

Sine Die
To remove the municipal population threshold for certain parties to petition the Superior Court for appointment of a receiver for a blighted and abandoned property.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-04-06
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTHB05238Intro

Sine Die
To (1) provide temporary HUSKY services to minor victims of sexual assault and child abuse or neglect, pending a determination of eligibility, and (2) establish a fund to provide grants for medical costs incurred by minor victims of sexual assault an...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-30
File Number 199
CTHB05348Intro

Sine Die
To conduct a study of the development of unused properties owned by the state.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-30
File Number 205
CTHB05249Intro

Sine Die
To set certain requirements for covenants not to compete and exclusivity agreements.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-28
File Number 128
CTHB05154Intro

Sine Die
To require (1) police officers to maintain in such officers' vehicles copies of documents concerning behavioral and mental health evaluation and treatment resources available to children and services and resources available to victims of domestic vio...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-22
File Number 60
CTSB00181Intro

Sine Die
To require the Department of Banking to study banking issues.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-21
File Number 53
CTSB00180Intro

Sine Die
To establish the interest rate for certain municipal tax liens.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-21
File Number 52
CTHB05033Intro

Sine Die
To require public institutions of higher education to assess and address food insecurity among students and to increase access to the supplemental nutrition assistance program by eligible students at institutions of higher education.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-16
File Number 23
CTSB00299Intro

Sine Die
To establish a task force to examine the use of the state-administered general assistance program and other state assistance to address homelessness.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-04
To Joint Housing Committee
CTSB00189Intro

Sine Die
To provide that it shall be a discriminatory practice for a business to charge different prices for substantially similar goods or services if the difference is due to sex or gender identity or expression.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-25
To Joint General Law Committee
CTSB00096Intro

Sine Die
To allow low-income families with children to receive financial benefits longer and thereby reduce risk of homelessness and negative health and academic outcomes for children.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-16
To Joint Human Services Committee
CTSB00087Intro

Sine Die
To include in the state's calculations of grants in lieu of taxes payments all currently tax-exempt real property, other than houses of religious worship, at the same percentage rate provided for college property.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-15
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB05078Intro

Sine Die
To provide twelve million dollars annually for tobacco control, prevention and cessation efforts that are in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention best practices.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-15
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTHB05110Intro

Sine Die
To include nonprofit group homes in the state's calculations of grants in lieu of taxes payments to municipalities.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-15
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
Syndicate content
feedback