Legislative Research: CT HB05087 | 2019 | General Assembly

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SessionTitle/DescriptionLast Action
General Assembly

To permit a school district to reduce its minimum budget requirement in an amount that reflects its actual decline in student enrollment.
[HB05087 2019 Detail][HB05087 2019 Text][HB05087 2019 Comments]
Referred to Joint Committee on Education
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To restore moneys in the state budget of cost-effective energy efficiency and clean energy program funds.
[HB05087 2018 Detail][HB05087 2018 Text][HB05087 2018 Comments]
Referred to Joint Committee on Environment
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To permit businesses to remediate first-time regulatory violations without civil penalty if such remediation is done in a timely manner.
[HB05087 2017 Detail][HB05087 2017 Text][HB05087 2017 Comments]
Referred to Joint Committee on Government Administration and Elections
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To achieve fairness in funding special education by reimbursing a school district for the total cost of its special education services when that school district's special education costs are greater than the average of all the state's school district...
[HB05087 2016 Detail][HB05087 2016 Text][HB05087 2016 Comments]
Referred to Joint Committee on Education
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To (1) require that municipal charters be reviewed once every ten years, and (2) allow municipalities to make minor technical revisions to their charters without following the procedure set forth in section 7-191 of the general statutes.
[HB05087 2015 Detail][HB05087 2015 Text][HB05087 2015 Comments]
File Number 509
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To apply the penalties that are currently in effect for the stealing of oysters and the injuring of oyster enclosures to all shellfish.
[HB05087 2014 Detail][HB05087 2014 Text][HB05087 2014 Comments]
Public Hearing 02/19
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To protect children from individuals who operate motor vehicles under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs.
[HB05087 2013 Detail][HB05087 2013 Text][HB05087 2013 Comments]
Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary
General Assembly

To implement the recommendations of the General Law Committee's Real Estate Property Condition Disclosure Report Form Revision Work Group.
[HB05087 2012 Detail][HB05087 2012 Text][HB05087 2012 Comments]
Signed by the Governor
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To require the Claims Commissioner to compile information on claims against the state that are filed for the recovery of damages based on sexual assault by state officers, employees or agents.
[HB05087 2011 Detail][HB05087 2011 Text][HB05087 2011 Comments]
Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To require fiscal notes to include information on the number of public sector jobs created by a bill, and to be prepared prior to a committee's favorable vote upon a bill.
[HB05087 2010 Detail][HB05087 2010 Text][HB05087 2010 Comments]
File Number 604

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Legislative Citation

CT HB05087 | 2019 | General Assembly. (2019, January 10). LegiScan. Retrieved December 10, 2019, from https://legiscan.com/CT/bill/HB05087/2019
"CT HB05087 | 2019 | General Assembly." LegiScan. LegiScan LLC, 10 Jan. 2019. Web. 10 Dec. 2019. <https://legiscan.com/CT/bill/HB05087/2019>.
"CT HB05087 | 2019 | General Assembly." January 10, 2019 LegiScan. Accessed December 10, 2019. https://legiscan.com/CT/bill/HB05087/2019.
LegiScan. CT HB05087 | 2019 | General Assembly. 10 January 2019. https://legiscan.com/CT/bill/HB05087/2019 (accessed December 10, 2019).

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