Legislative Research: CT HB05434 | 2018 | General Assembly

Other Sessions

SessionTitle/DescriptionLast Action
2018
General Assembly

(Introduced)
To require each municipality to adopt an ordinance or regulation concerning operators of certain short-term rental properties, and to require such operators to obtain a license.
[HB05434 2018 Detail][HB05434 2018 Text][HB05434 2018 Comments]
2018-03-06
Referred to Joint Committee on Planning and Development
2017
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To enter Connecticut into the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote, thereby committing the state's votes in the Electoral College to the presidential candidate that wins the popular vote nationally, regardless of...
[HB05434 2017 Detail][HB05434 2017 Text][HB05434 2017 Comments]
2017-05-18
Bill Passed Temporary
2016
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To ensure patients timely access to non-opioid schedule V controlled substances, including, but not limited to, epilepsy medications.
[HB05434 2016 Detail][HB05434 2016 Text][HB05434 2016 Comments]
2016-03-04
Public Hearing 03/08
2015
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To require health insurance coverage for the cost of a custody evaluation for an individual under eighteen years of age that is ordered by a court.
[HB05434 2015 Detail][HB05434 2015 Text][HB05434 2015 Comments]
2015-04-08
Referred by House to Committee on Appropriations
2014
General Assembly

(Passed)
To encourage collaboration between the regional community-technical colleges and the technical high schools.
[HB05434 2014 Detail][HB05434 2014 Text][HB05434 2014 Comments]
2014-06-11
Signed by the Governor
2013
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To increase the amount of compensation an attorney who does not engage in the practice of law as an occupation may receive in legal fees or related compensation while remaining exempt from the attorney occupational tax.
[HB05434 2013 Detail][HB05434 2013 Text][HB05434 2013 Comments]
2013-01-18
Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary
2012
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To: (1) Provide that a claimant in a medical malpractice action establish the negligence of a health care provider by clear and convincing evidence; and (2) provide that health care providers who render care in emergency departments of acute care hos...
[HB05434 2012 Detail][HB05434 2012 Text][HB05434 2012 Comments]
2012-04-17
File Number 483
2011
General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
To maximize the number of SNAP applications submitted to the United States Department of Agriculture, to maximize the amount of federal dollars eligible persons in the state receive under SNAP and to maximize the state's potential to receive performa...
[HB05434 2011 Detail][HB05434 2011 Text][HB05434 2011 Comments]
2011-02-25
Public Hearing 03/01
2010
General Assembly

(Passed)
To make various technical changes recommended by the Legislative Commissioners' Office concerning grammar, clarity, accuracy of internal references and consistency in the Common Interest Ownership Act.
[HB05434 2010 Detail][HB05434 2010 Text][HB05434 2010 Comments]
2010-06-08
Signed by the Governor

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Legislative Citation

APA
CT HB05434 | 2018 | General Assembly. (2018, March 06). LegiScan. Retrieved October 17, 2018, from https://legiscan.com/CT/bill/HB05434/2018
MLA
"CT HB05434 | 2018 | General Assembly." LegiScan. LegiScan LLC, 06 Mar. 2018. Web. 17 Oct. 2018. <https://legiscan.com/CT/bill/HB05434/2018>.
Chicago
"CT HB05434 | 2018 | General Assembly." March 06, 2018 LegiScan. Accessed October 17, 2018. https://legiscan.com/CT/bill/HB05434/2018.
Turabian
LegiScan. CT HB05434 | 2018 | General Assembly. 06 March 2018. https://legiscan.com/CT/bill/HB05434/2018 (accessed October 17, 2018).

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