Connecticut Seal

General Assembly

Amendment

 

February Session, 2010

LCO No. 3392

   
 

*HB0554503392HDO*

Offered by:

 

REP. DONOVAN, 84th Dist.

SEN. WILLIAMS, 29th Dist.

 

To: House Bill No. 5545

File No.

Cal. No.

Strike everything after the enacting clause and substitute the following in lieu thereof:

"Section 1. (Effective from passage) The amounts appropriated to the following agencies in section 1 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by sections 1 and 104 of public act 09-7 of the September special session, and section 11 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 79 of public act 09-5, section 58 of public act 09-6 and sections 3 and 104 of public act 09-7 of the September special session, are reduced by the following amounts for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011:

T1

   

FY 10

FY 11

T2

       

T3

GENERAL FUND

     

T4

   

$

 

T5

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

Equipment

95

99

T6

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

Equipment

950

 

T7

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Equipment

95

99

T8

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Personal Services

 

750,987

T9

BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY

Equipment

6,728

 

T10

BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SERVICES FOR THE BLIND

Equipment

95

99

T11

BOARD OF FIREARMS PERMIT EXAMINERS

Equipment

95

99

T12

CHILD PROTECTION COMMISSION

Equipment

 

99

T13

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Equipment

95

99

T14

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Amistad Committee for the Freedom Trail

2,375

 

T15

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Amistad Vessel

20,300

 

T16

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Basic Cultural Resources Grant

73,192

 

T17

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Beardsley Zoo

19,000

 

T18

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Connecticut Association for the Performing Arts/ Shubert Theater

20,300

 

T19

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Connecticut Humanities Council

112,813

 

T20

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Connecticut Science Center

33,813

 

T21

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

CT Trust for Historic Preservation

11,275

 

T22

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Culture, Tourism, and Arts Grant

97,589

 

T23

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Discovery Museum

20,300

 

T24

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Greater Hartford Arts Council

5,075

 

T25

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Hartford Urban Arts Grant

20,300

 

T26

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Ivoryton Playhouse

2,375

 

T27

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Maritime Center Authority

28,500

 

T28

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Mystic Aquarium

33,250

 

T29

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

National Theatre for the Deaf

8,120

 

T30

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

New Britain Arts Alliance

4,060

 

T31

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

New Haven Arts Council

5,125

 

T32

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

New Haven Festival of Arts and Ideas

42,750

 

T33

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Palace Theater

20,300

 

T34

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Stamford Center for the Arts

20,300

 

T35

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Stepping Stone Child Museum

2,375

 

T36

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

Twain/Stowe Homes

5,130

 

T37

COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL

Equipment

95

99

T38

COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL

Firefighter Training I

52,500

210,000

T39

COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL

Payments to Volunteer Fire Companies

22,500

90,000

T40

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Equipment

95

99

T41

COMMISSION ON THE DEAF AND HEARING IMPAIRED

Equipment

95

99

T42

CONTRACTING STANDARDS BOARD

Equipment

95

 

T43

COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

Equipment

95

99

T44

COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

Other Expenses

 

8,898

T45

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

Debt Service

3,500,000

18,898,106

T46

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

UConn 2000 - Debt Service

 

1,808,926

T47

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

CHEFA Day Care Security

 

3,500,000

T48

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Equipment

285

299

T49

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Claims Commissioner Operations

 

17,169

T50

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Correctional Ombudsman

 

200,000

T51

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Employees' Review Board

 

7,495

T52

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Loss Control Risk Management

 

59,832

T53

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Personal Services

 

260,389

T54

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Equipment

95

99

T55

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Connecticut Grown Product Promotion

 

5,000

T56

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Fair Testing

 

1,000

T57

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Equipment

95

99

T58

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Board and Care for Children - Adoption

 

591,550

T59

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Board and Care for Children - Residential

 

3,442,614

T60

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Child Abuse and Neglect Intervention

 

821,619

T61

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Child Welfare Support Services

 

1,000,000

T62

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Juvenile Justice Outreach Services

 

2,000,000

T63

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION

Equipment

95

99

T64

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION

Personal Services

 

141,243

T65

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

Equipment

95

 

T66

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

Inmate Medical Services

 

2,000,000

T67

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

Mental Health AIC

 

200,000

T68

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

Equipment

95

 

T69

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

Personal Services

 

6,788,886

T70

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

Early Intervention

 

251,946

T71

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

Voluntary Services

 

1,696,390

T72

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Equipment

95

99

T73

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

CCAT - Energy Application Research

45,000

95,000

T74

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

CCAT-CT Manufacturing Supply Chain

80,000

 

T75

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Development Research and Economic Assistance

 

59,375

T76

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Entrepreneurial Centers

 

128,606

T77

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Equipment

95

94

T78

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Best Practices

 

475,000

T79

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Bilingual Education

 

212,903

T80

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Charter Schools

 

70,000

T81

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program

 

87,500

T82

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Early Childhood Advisory Cabinet

 

71,250

T83

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Health and Welfare Services Pupils Private Schools

 

477,500

T84

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Interdistrict Cooperation

 

3,000,000

T85

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Personal Services

 

3,100,000

T86

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Readers as Leaders

 

60,000

T87

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Regional Education Services

 

368,730

T88

DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND SECURITY

Equipment

95

99

T89

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Equipment

95

 

T90

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Councils, Districts and ERTs Land Use

83,333

250,000

T91

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Environmental Conservation Account

365,000

 

T92

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Underground Storage Tank Account

1,500,000

1,785,640

T93

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Equipment

48

49

T94

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Americorps

 

500,000

T95

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Capitol Scholarship Program

200,000

 

T96

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

CommPACT Schools

150,000

 

T97

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Equipment

95

99

T98

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Internet and E-Mail Services

 

553,331

T99

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Personal Services

 

719,214

T100

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Statewide Information Technology Services

 

717,586

T101

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

Behavioral Health Medications

 

200,000

T102

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

Equipment

95

 

T103

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

Grants for Substance Abuse Services

 

251,000

T104

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

Managed Service System

 

124,924

T105

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

Other Expenses

 

280,000

T106

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

Personal Services

 

1,120,000

T107

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES

Young Adult Services

 

2,500,000

T108

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Equipment

190

99

T109

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Equipment

95

 

T110

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Civil Air Patrol

 

33,174

T111

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Personal Services

 

1,342,837

T112

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Equipment

95

99

T113

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Personal Services

 

100,000

T114

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES

Other Expenses

 

150,000

T115

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES

Equipment

 

99

T116

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES

Personal Services

 

400,000

T117

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Equipment

95

99

T118

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Charter Oak Health Plan

1,300,000

7,200,000

T119

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Community Services

 

175,000

T120

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

HUSKY Outreach

 

335,565

T121

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

HUSKY Program

78,000

710,000

T122

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Medicaid

69,181,800

30,560,400

T123

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Other Expenses

 

250,000

T124

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Personal Services

 

272,611

T125

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Services to the Elderly

200,000

350,000

T126

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

State Administered General Assistance

54,200

1,589,600

T127

DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE

Personal Services

 

375,000

T128

DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE

Gaming Policy Board

 

145

T129

DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE

Other Expenses

 

130,000

T130

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

Equipment

95

99

T131

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Equipment

 

99

T132

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Personal Services

 

346,796

T133

DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE

Equipment

 

99

T134

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION

Citizens' Election Fund Administration

150,000

 

T135

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION

Equipment

1,249

 

T136

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION

Equipment

2,240

 

T137

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

Equipment

90

94

T138

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

Personal Services

 

166,141

T139

JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL

Equipment

95

 

T140

JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION

Equipment

 

94

T141

LABOR DEPARTMENT

Equipment

95

99

T142

LABOR DEPARTMENT

Individual Development Accounts

 

50,000

T143

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

Other Expenses

 

626,000

T144

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

Personal Services

 

60,000

T145

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

Equipment

95

99

T146

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

Personal Services

 

7,000

T147

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

Personal Services

 

2,000,000

T148

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

Equipment

95

99

T149

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

Personal Services

 

25,000

T150

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

Equipment

95

 

T151

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

Other Expenses

 

34,343

T152

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

Personal Services

 

962,769

T153

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

P. I. L. O. T. - New Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment

 

4,453,016

T154

OFFICE OF PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY

Equipment

95

 

T155

OFFICE OF STATE ETHICS

Equipment

825

 

T156

OFFICE OF STATE ETHICS

IT Initiatives

2,500

 

T157

OFFICE OF STATE ETHICS

Personal Services

8,000

 

T158

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

Equipment

 

250

T159

OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE

Equipment

95

99

T160

OFFICE OF THE VICTIM ADVOCATE

Equipment

 

94

T161

OFFICE OF WORKFORCE COMPETITIVENESS

Nanotechnology Study

 

50,000

T162

OFFICE OF WORKFORCE COMPETITIVENESS

SBIR Matching Grants

 

37,500

T163

POLICE OFFICER STANDARDS AND TRAINING COUNCIL

Equipment

95

99

T164

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION

Equipment

 

99

T165

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION

Special Public Defenders - Non-Contractual

 

137,488

T166

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION

Training and Education

 

30,009

T167

SECRETARY OF THE STATE

Equipment

95

99

T168

SECRETARY OF THE STATE

Personal Services

 

221,000

T169

STATE COMPTROLLER

Equipment

95

99

T170

STATE COMPTROLLER

Personal Services

 

421,170

T171

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

Higher Education Alternative Retirement System

 

5,000,000

T172

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

Employers Social Security Tax

 

35,000

T173

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

State Employees Health Service Cost

 

74,000

T174

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

Interstate Environmental Commission

 

48,782

T175

STATE DEPARTMENT ON AGING

Equipment

 

99

T176

STATE LIBRARY

Equipment

95

99

T177

STATE TREASURER

Equipment

95

94

T178

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD

Equipment

95

99

T179

       

T180

 

General Fund De-appropriations

77,597,665

120,724,389

Sec. 2. (Effective from passage) The following sums are appropriated from the General Fund for the purposes herein specified for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011:

T181

GENERAL FUND

   

T182

   

2010-2011

T183

 

$

 

T184

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

   

T185

Other Expenses

 

150,000

T186

Individualized Family Supports

 

300,000

T187

     

T188

GENERAL FUND - TOTAL

 

450,000

Sec. 3. (Effective from passage) The following sum is appropriated from the Banking Fund for the purpose herein specified for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011:

T189

BANKING FUND

   

T190

   

2010-2011

T191

 

$

 

T192

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

   

T193

Foreclosure Mediation Program

 

3,349,982

T194

     

T195

BANKING FUND - TOTAL

 

3,349,982

Sec. 4. (Effective from passage) (a) The sum of $ 5,000,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(b) The sum of $ 3,500,000 shall be transferred from the Biomedical Research Trust Fund and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 9-701 of the general statutes, on or after January 1, 2011, the sum of $ 10,000,000 shall be transferred from the Citizens' Election Fund and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 16-331cc of the general statutes, the sum of $ 2,300,000 shall be transferred from the public, educational and governmental programming and education technology investment account and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(e) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 14-164m of the general statutes, the sum of $ 1,000,000 shall be transferred from the Emissions Enterprise Fund and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(f) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, after completion of any transfers of funds required under public act 09-3 of the June special session or by section 20 of this act, any balance remaining in any account within the Environmental Conservation Fund, the Environmental Quality Fund or the Clean Air Act account shall be transferred from said funds and account and shall be credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(g) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-66aa of the general statutes, from the effective date of this section until July 1, 2010, the funds in the community investment account, established pursuant to section 4-66aa of the general statutes, shall be distributed as follows: (1) $ 5,000,000 to the resources of the General Fund; and (2) the remainder pursuant to subsection (b) of said section 4-66aa.

(h) Any balance remaining in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administration Account administered by the Office of Policy and Management shall be transferred and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(i) The sum of $ 1,200,000 shall be transferred from the Correction Commissaries account and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(j) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 3-99c of the general statutes, the unexpended balance of funds in the commercial recording account shall be transferred and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

Sec. 5. (Effective from passage) The amount appropriated in section 5 of public act 08-1 of the August 24 special session, as amended by section 3 of public act 09-2 of the June special session, section 31 of special act 09-3 of the June special session and section 82 of public act 09-5 of the September special session, for Operation Fuel at two hundred per cent of Federal Poverty Level is reduced by $ 1,000,000.

Sec. 6. (Effective from passage) The following sums shall be transferred from the Banking Fund, established under section 36a-65 of the general statutes, and credited to the resources of the General Fund: $ 15,000,000, exclusive of assessments, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, and $ 11,600,000, exclusive of assessments, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 7. (Effective from passage) The amount appropriated in subsection (a) of section 2 of public act 09-2 of the June 19 special session to Teachers' Retirement Board, for Retirees Health Service Cost, and carried forward by subsection (b) of said section 2, shall be reduced by $ 179,228.

Sec. 8. Subsection (a) of section 17b-295 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The commissioner shall impose cost-sharing requirements, including the payment of a premium or copayment, in connection with services provided under the HUSKY Plan, Part B, to the extent permitted by federal law. [, and] Copayments under the HUSKY Plan, Part B, shall be the same as those in effect for active state employees enrolled in a point-of-enrollment health care plan, provided the family's annual combined premiums and copayments do not exceed the maximum annual aggregate cost-sharing requirement. The cost-sharing requirements imposed by the commissioner shall be in accordance with the following limitations:

(1) The commissioner may increase the maximum annual aggregate cost-sharing requirements, provided such cost-sharing requirements shall not exceed five per cent of the family's gross annual income. The commissioner may impose a premium requirement on families whose income exceeds two hundred thirty-five per cent of the federal poverty level as a component of the family's cost-sharing responsibility, provided: (A) The family's annual combined premiums and copayments do not exceed the maximum annual aggregate cost-sharing requirement, and (B) premium requirements shall not exceed the sum of thirty dollars per month per child, with a maximum premium of fifty dollars per month per family. The commissioner shall not impose a premium requirement on families whose income exceeds one hundred eighty-five per cent of the federal poverty level but does not exceed two hundred thirty-five per cent of the federal poverty level; and

(2) The commissioner shall require each managed care plan to monitor copayments and premiums under the provisions of subdivision (1) of this subsection.

Sec. 9. Section 17b-197 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

[(a)] If a recipient of state-administered general assistance or person receiving aid under both the Social Security Disability Income Program and the state supplement to the federal Supplemental Security Income Program has been denied aid under the federal Supplemental Security Income Program, or has been notified by the Social Security Administration that his benefits under such program will be terminated, the Commissioner of Social Services shall advise the recipient [as to his right] of the recipient's right to appeal and the availability of local legal counsel. [The] For legal representation of a recipient that began prior to the effective date of this section, the attorney chosen by the recipient shall be reimbursed by the state for his reasonable fees, on a contingency basis, limited to the amount approved by the Department of Social Services, and limited to the amount approved by the Social Security Administration when such approval is required by federal regulations for such appeals. Such attorney's fees shall not be recoverable from such recipient or his estate. The full amount of any interim assistance reimbursement received by the state shall be applied to reduce any obligation owed to the town by such recipient.

[(b) Those persons receiving aid under both the federal Social Security Administration Disability Program and the state supplement to the federal Supplemental Security Income Program, who have been notified that their benefits under the federal program will be terminated by the Social Security Administration, shall be eligible for the payment of attorney's fees, on a contingency basis, incurred in appealing such termination. The attorney chosen by the recipient shall be reimbursed by the state for his reasonable fees, on a contingency basis, limited to the amount approved by the Department of Social Services and limited to the amount approved by the Social Security Administration when such approval is required by federal regulations for such appeals. Such attorney's fees shall not be recoverable from such recipient or his estate. ]

Sec. 10. Subsection (d) of section 17b-266 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(d) The commissioner shall pay all capitation claims which would otherwise be reimbursed to the health plans described in subsection (b) of this section in [June, 2011] May, 2010, no later than [July 31, 2011] June 30, 2010. Each subsequent payment made by the commissioner to such health plans for capitation claims due shall be made in the second month following the month to which the capitation applies.

Sec. 11. Subsection (c) of section 17b-311 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(c) (1) The Commissioner of Social Services shall provide premium assistance to eligible state residents whose gross annual income does not exceed three hundred per cent of the federal poverty level. Such premium assistance shall be limited to: [(1)] (A) One hundred seventy-five dollars per month for individuals whose gross annual income is below one hundred fifty per cent of the federal poverty level; [(2)] (B) one hundred fifty dollars per month for individuals whose gross annual income is at or above one hundred fifty per cent of the federal poverty level but not more than one hundred eighty-five per cent of the federal poverty level; [(3)] (C) seventy-five dollars per month for individuals whose gross annual income is above one hundred eighty-five per cent of the federal poverty level but not more than two hundred thirty-five per cent of the federal poverty level; and [(4)] (D) fifty dollars per month for individuals whose gross annual income is above two hundred thirty-five per cent of the federal poverty level but not more than three hundred per cent of the federal poverty level. Individuals insured under the Charter Oak Health Plan shall pay their share of payment for coverage in the plan directly to the insurer.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of this subsection, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, and June 30, 2011, the Commissioner of Social Services shall only provide premium assistance to state residents who are eligible for such assistance and who are enrolled in the Charter Oak Health Plan on April 30, 2010.

Sec. 12. (NEW) (Effective May 1, 2010) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, on and after May 1, 2010, no payment shall be made under a medical assistance program administered by the Department of Social Services for an over-the-counter drug, except for insulin and insulin syringes and as may be required by federal law.

Sec. 13. (NEW) (Effective from passage) The Commissioner of Social Services, pursuant to section 17b-10 of the general statutes, may implement policies and procedures necessary to administer subsection (b) of section 17b-192, of the general statutes, section 17b-197 of the general statutes, subsection (d) of section 17b-266 of the general statutes, subsection (a) of section 17b-295 of the general statutes, subsection (c) of section 17b-311 of the general statutes and section 10 of this act, while in the process of adopting such policies and procedures as regulation, provided the commissioner prints notice of intent to adopt regulations in the Connecticut Law Journal not later than twenty days after the date of implementation. Policies and procedures implemented pursuant to this section shall be valid until the time final regulations are adopted.

Sec. 14. Section 4a-53 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The Commissioner of Administrative Services may join with federal agencies, other state governments, political subdivisions of this state or nonprofit organizations in cooperative purchasing plans when the best interests of the state would be served thereby.

(b) The state, through the Commissioner of Administrative Services, may purchase equipment, supplies, materials and services from a person who has a contract to sell such property or services to other state governments, political subdivisions of this state, nonprofit organizations or public purchasing consortia, in accordance with the terms and conditions of such contract.

[(b)] (c) The Commissioner of Administrative Services, in conjunction with the Department of Environmental Protection and within available appropriations, shall make known to the chief executive officer of each municipality the existence of cooperative plans for the purchase of recycled paper.

Sec. 15. Section 13b-61c of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of [eighty-one] seventy-one million two hundred thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(b) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2011, and June 30, 2012, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of [one hundred twenty-six million] one hundred twenty-four million fifty thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(c) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, and annually thereafter, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of one hundred seventy-two million eight hundred thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

Sec. 16. Subsection (l) of section 74 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(l) (1) (A) The sum of [$ 3,000,000] $8,000,000 shall be transferred from The University of Connecticut operating reserve account and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

[(2)] (B) The sum of [$ 5,000,000] $15,000,000 shall be transferred from The University of Connecticut operating reserve account and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

(2) (A) The sum of $1,000,000 shall be transferred from the Connecticut State University operating reserve account and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(B) The sum of $2,000,000 shall be transferred from the Connecticut State University operating reserve account and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 17. Section 73 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 42 of public act 09-8 of the September special session, is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-30a of the general statutes, the State Treasurer shall, on [October 5, 2009] the effective date of this section, transfer the sum of [one billion thirty-nine million seven hundred thousand dollars] $1,278,474,880 from the Budget Reserve Fund to the resources of the General Fund to be used as revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-30a of the general statutes, the State Treasurer shall, on July 1, 2010, transfer the sum of [three hundred forty-two million dollars] $103,225,120 from the Budget Reserve Fund to the resources of the General Fund to be used as revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 18. Section 29-4 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2010):

On and after January 1, 2006, the Commissioner of Public Safety shall appoint and maintain a minimum of one thousand two hundred forty-eight sworn state police personnel to efficiently maintain the operation of the division. On or after June 6, 1990, the commissioner shall appoint from among such personnel not more than three lieutenant colonels who shall be in the unclassified service as provided in section 5-198. Any permanent employee in the classified service who accepts appointment to the position of lieutenant colonel in the unclassified service may return to the classified service at such employee's former rank. The position of major in the classified service shall be abolished on July 1, 1999, but any existing position of major in the classified service may continue until termination of service. The commissioner shall appoint not more than seven majors who shall be in the unclassified service as provided in section 5-198. Any permanent employee in the classified service who accepts appointment to the position of major in the unclassified service may return to the classified service at such permanent employee's former rank. The commissioner, subject to the provisions of chapter 67, shall appoint such numbers of captains, lieutenants, sergeants, detectives and corporals as the commissioner deems necessary to officer efficiently the state police force. The commissioner may appoint a Deputy State Fire Marshal who shall be in the unclassified service as provided in section 5-198. Any permanent employee in the classified service who accepts appointment to the position of Deputy State Fire Marshal in the unclassified service may return to the classified service at such employee's former rank, class or grade, whichever is applicable. The commissioner shall establish such divisions as the commissioner deems necessary for effective operation of the state police force and consistent with budgetary allotments, a Criminal Intelligence Division and a state-wide organized crime investigative task force to be engaged throughout the state for the purpose of preventing and detecting any violation of the criminal law. The head of the Criminal Intelligence Division shall be of the rank of sergeant or above. The head of the state-wide organized crime investigative task force shall be a police officer. Salaries of the members of the Division of State Police within the Department of Public Safety shall be fixed by the Commissioner of Administrative Services as provided in section 4-40. [A meal allowance shall be maintained for state police personnel at the expense of the state. Said] State police personnel may be promoted, demoted, suspended or removed by the commissioner, but no final dismissal from the service shall be ordered until a hearing has been had before said commissioner on charges preferred against such officer. Each state police officer shall, before entering upon such officer's duties, be sworn to the faithful performance of such duties. The Commissioner of Public Safety shall designate an adequate patrol force for motor patrol work exclusively.

Sec. 19. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) There is established a separate, nonlapsing account within the General Fund, known as the maintenance, repair and improvement account. All funds collected from rent paid by any person for the use of state park property for any special event of limited duration, including, but not limited to, weddings and receptions, shall be deposited into the account unless the Commissioner of Environmental Protection enters into a written agreement, signs an instrument or issues a license which specifically states otherwise. Said account may also receive funds from private or public sources, including the federal government or a municipal government.

(b) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, any funds received by the Department of Environmental Protection pursuant to subsection (a) of this section shall be deposited in the General Fund and credited to the maintenance, repair and improvement account. Within said account there shall be a subaccount for each state park from which funds are collected pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, which subaccounts shall be held separate and apart from each other. Each subaccount shall be available to the Commissioner of Environmental Protection for maintaining, making improvements to, erecting structures on or repairing the property, including houses and other buildings, of the state park for which such subaccount was established. Nothing in this section shall prevent the commissioner from obtaining or using funds from sources other than the maintenance, repair and improvement account for the purposes described in this subsection. Funds in the maintenance, repair and improvement account shall be used to supplement state funds appropriated for the general operation of state parks and shall not replace such appropriated funds for purposes of such general operation.

(c) On or before October 1, 2010, and semi-annually thereafter, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall report to the Office of Fiscal Analysis on the state parks for which funds have been collected pursuant to subsection (a) of this section. Such report shall include (1) the amount of funds received into the maintenance, repair and improvement account, itemized by subaccount (2) the amount of funds the Department of Environmental Protection has expended from the account for each park, and (3) the projects for which such funds have been expended. Said commissioner shall post the same information on the department's Internet web site.

Sec. 20. (NEW) (Effective from passage) The sum of $ 1,000,000 shall be transferred from the Conservation Fund to the maintenance, repair and improvement account, established under section 19 of this act, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

Sec. 21. (Effective from passage) On or before October 1, 2010, the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles shall submit a report on the reorganization of the Department of Motor Vehicles to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to transportation and appropriations and the budgets of state agencies, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes. Such report shall include, but not be limited to, recommendations for (1) expanding technological options for, streamlining and decentralizing the delivery of services offered by said department to the public, (2) increasing public access to routine services offered by said department, (3) merging administrative services of said department with other state agencies, (4) maintaining licensing security measures required by federal law, and (5) reducing the costs of said department by other measures proposed by said commissioner.

Sec. 22. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) For purposes of the administration of the medical assistance programs by the Department of Social Services, "medically necessary" and "medical necessity" mean those health services required to prevent, identify, diagnose, treat, rehabilitate or ameliorate an individual's medical condition, including mental illness, or its effects, in order to attain or maintain the individual's achievable health and independent functioning provided such services are: (1) Consistent with generally-accepted standards of medical practice that are defined as standards that are based on (A) credible scientific evidence published in peer-reviewed medical literature that is generally recognized by the relevant medical community, (B) recommendations of a physician-specialty society, (C) the views of physicians practicing in relevant clinical areas, and (D) any other relevant factors; (2) clinically appropriate in terms of type, frequency, timing, site, extent and duration and considered effective for the individual's illness, injury or disease; (3) not primarily for the convenience of the individual, the individual's health care provider or other health care providers; (4) not more costly than an alternative service or sequence of services at least as likely to produce equivalent therapeutic or diagnostic results as to the diagnosis or treatment of the individual's illness, injury or disease; and (5) based on an assessment of the individual and his or her medical condition.

(b) Clinical policies, medical policies, clinical criteria or any other generally accepted clinical practice guidelines used to assist in evaluating the medical necessity of a requested health service shall be used solely as guidelines and shall not be the basis for a final determination of medical necessity.

(c) Upon denial of a request for authorization of services based on medical necessity, the individual shall be notified that, upon request, the Department of Social Services shall provide a copy of the specific guideline or criteria, or portion thereof, other than the medical necessity definition provided in subsection (a) of this section, that was considered by the department or an entity acting on behalf of the department in making the determination of medical necessity.

(d) The Department of Social Services shall amend or repeal any definitions in the regulations of Connecticut state agencies that are inconsistent with the definition of medical necessity provided in subsection (a) of this section, including the definitions of medical appropriateness and medically appropriate, that are used in administering the department's medical assistance program. The commissioner shall implement policies and procedures to carry out the provisions of this section while in the process of adopting such policies and procedures in regulation form, provided notice of intent to adopt the regulations is published in the Connecticut Law Journal not later than twenty days after implementation. Such policies and procedures shall be valid until the time the final regulations are adopted.

Sec. 23. Section 17b-192 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The Commissioner of Social Services shall implement a state medical assistance component of the state-administered general assistance program for persons who do not meet the categorical eligibility criteria for Medicaid on the basis of age, blindness, disability, pregnancy, being a parent or other caretaker relative of a dependent child, being a child under the age of twenty-one, or having been screened for breast or cervical cancer under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program and are found to need treatment for either breast or cervical cancer. Eligibility criteria concerning income shall be the same as the medically needy component of the Medicaid program, except that earned monthly gross income of up to one hundred fifty dollars shall be disregarded. Unearned income shall not be disregarded. No person who has family assets exceeding one thousand dollars shall be eligible. No person shall be eligible for assistance under this section if such person made, during the three months prior to the month of application, an assignment or transfer or other disposition of property for less than fair market value. The number of months of ineligibility due to such disposition shall be determined by dividing the fair market value of such property, less any consideration received in exchange for its disposition, by five hundred dollars. Such period of ineligibility shall commence in the month in which the person is otherwise eligible for benefits. Any assignment, transfer or other disposition of property, on the part of the transferor, shall be presumed to have been made for the purpose of establishing eligibility for benefits or services unless such person provides convincing evidence to establish that the transaction was exclusively for some other purpose.

(b) Each person eligible for state-administered general assistance shall be entitled to receive medical care through a federally qualified health center or other primary care provider as determined by the commissioner. The Commissioner of Social Services shall determine appropriate service areas and shall, in the commissioner's discretion, contract with community health centers, other similar clinics, and other primary care providers, if necessary, to assure access to primary care services for recipients who live farther than a reasonable distance from a federally qualified health center. The commissioner shall assign and enroll eligible persons in federally qualified health centers and with any other providers contracted for the program because of access needs. Each person eligible for state-administered general assistance shall be entitled to receive hospital services. Medical services under the program shall be limited to the services provided by a federally qualified health center, hospital, or other provider contracted for the program at the commissioner's discretion because of access needs. The commissioner shall ensure that ancillary services and specialty services are provided by a federally qualified health center, hospital, or other providers contracted for the program at the commissioner's discretion. Ancillary services include, but are not limited to, radiology, laboratory, and other diagnostic services not available from a recipient's assigned primary care provider, and durable medical equipment. Specialty services are services provided by a physician with a specialty that are not included in ancillary services. Ancillary or specialty services provided under the program shall not exceed such services provided under the state-administered general assistance program on July 1, 2003, except for nonemergency medical transportation and vision care services which may be provided on a limited basis within available appropriations. Notwithstanding any provision of this subsection, the commissioner may provide, or require a contractor to provide, home health services or skilled nursing facility coverage for state-administered general assistance recipients being discharged from a chronic disease hospital when the provision of such services or coverage is determined to be cost effective by the commissioner.

(c) Pharmacy services shall be provided to recipients of state-administered general assistance through the federally qualified health center to which they are assigned or through a pharmacy with which the health center contracts. Recipients who are assigned to a community health center or similar clinic or primary care provider other than a federally qualified health center or to a federally qualified health center that does not have a contract for pharmacy services shall receive pharmacy services at pharmacies designated by the commissioner. The Commissioner of Social Services or the managed care organization or other entity performing administrative functions for the program as permitted in subsection (d) of this section, shall require prior authorization for coverage of drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. The commissioner or the managed care organization or other entity performing administrative functions for the program may limit or exclude coverage for drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction for persons who have been convicted of a sexual offense who are required to register with the Commissioner of Public Safety pursuant to chapter 969.

(d) The Commissioner of Social Services shall contract with federally qualified health centers or other primary care providers as necessary to provide medical services to eligible state-administered general assistance recipients pursuant to this section. The commissioner shall, within available appropriations, make payments to such centers based on their pro rata share of the cost of services provided or the number of clients served, or both. The Commissioner of Social Services shall, within available appropriations, make payments to other providers based on a methodology determined by the commissioner. The Commissioner of Social Services may reimburse for extraordinary medical services, provided such services are documented to the satisfaction of the commissioner. For purposes of this section, the commissioner may contract with a managed care organization or other entity to perform administrative functions, including a grievance process for recipients to access review of a denial of coverage for a specific medical service, and to operate the program in whole or in part. Provisions of a contract for medical services entered into by the commissioner pursuant to this section shall supersede any inconsistent provision in the regulations of Connecticut state agencies. A recipient who has exhausted the grievance process established through such contract and wishes to seek further review of the denial of coverage for a specific medical service may request a hearing in accordance with the provisions of section 17b-60.

(e) Each federally qualified health center participating in the program shall enroll in the federal Office of Pharmacy Affairs Section 340B drug discount program established pursuant to 42 USC 256b to provide pharmacy services to recipients at Federal Supply Schedule costs. Each such health center may establish an on-site pharmacy or contract with a commercial pharmacy to provide such pharmacy services.

(f) The Commissioner of Social Services shall, within available appropriations, make payments to hospitals for inpatient services based on their pro rata share of the cost of services provided or the number of clients served, or both. The Commissioner of Social Services shall, within available appropriations, make payments for any ancillary or specialty services provided to state-administered general assistance recipients under this section based on a methodology determined by the commissioner.

(g) The Commissioner of Social Services shall [seek a waiver of federal law] submit to the federal government a proposed amendment to the Medicaid state plan for the purpose of extending health insurance coverage under Medicaid to persons who otherwise qualify for medical assistance under the state-administered general assistance program. [The provisions of section 17b-8 shall apply to this section. If the commissioner fails to submit the application for the waiver to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to human services and appropriations by February 1, 2010, the commissioner shall submit a written report to said committees not later than February 2, 2010. The report shall include, but not be limited to: (1) An explanation of the reasons for failing to seek the waiver; and (2) an estimate of the fiscal impact that would result from the approval of the waiver in one calendar year. ] If such proposed amendment to the Medicaid state plan is approved by the federal government, the commissioner shall, not later than April 1, 2010, implement the changes as provided in the proposed amendment.

[(h) Upon approval of the waiver submitted pursuant to subsection (g) of this section, the commissioner may provide, or require a contractor, federally qualified health center or other provider to provide coverage for home care services, school-based services or other outpatient community-based services for state-administered general assistance recipients when the provision of such services or coverage is determined to be cost effective by the commissioner. The commissioner shall contract with federally qualified health centers or other primary care providers as necessary to provide such services to eligible state-administered general assistance recipients pursuant to this section. The commissioner shall, within available appropriations, make payments to such centers for any home based services, school-based services or other outpatient community-based services provided by such centers. ]

[(i)] (h) The commissioner, pursuant to section 17b-10, may implement policies and procedures to administer the provisions of this section while in the process of adopting such policies and procedures as regulation, provided the commissioner prints notice of the intent to adopt the regulation in the Connecticut Law Journal not later than twenty days after the date of implementation. Such policy shall be valid until the time final regulations are adopted.

Sec. 24. (NEW) (Effective from passage) A provider enrolled in any medical assistance program administered by the Department of Social Services, when billing the department for a good or service, shall bill the department the lowest amount routinely accepted from any individual, class, group or other entity for a similar good or service.

Sec. 25. (NEW) (Effective from passage) The Commissioner of Social Services shall amend the Medicaid state plan to provide coverage for the treatment of tuberculosis for any eligible person to the extent permitted under federal law.

Sec. 26. (Effective from passage) The unexpended balance of funds, less $ 37,857, appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management, for licensing and permitting fees, in section 1 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, and carried forward under section 33 of public act 07-1 of the June special session, section 35 of public act 09-3 of the June special session and subsection (c) of section 4-89 of the general statutes, shall not lapse on June 30, 2010, and such funds shall be transferred to the Department of Information Technology for implementing a common Licensing/Permit issuance service for state agencies during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 27. Section 107 of public act 09-7 of the September special session is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

[(a) (1) Not later than July 1, 2010, the Department of Social Services shall amend by regulation the definition of "medically necessary" services utilized in the administration of Medicaid to reflect savings in the current biennial budget by reducing inefficiencies in the administration of the program while not reducing the quality of care provided to Medicaid beneficiaries.

(2) The Commissioner of Social Services shall implement policies and procedures utilizing said amended definition to achieve the purposes of subdivision (1) of this subsection while in the process of adopting the definition in regulation form, provided notice of intention to adopt the regulation is printed in the Connecticut Law Journal within forty-five days of implementation, and any such policies or procedures shall be valid until the time the final regulation is effective. ]

[(b)] (a) There is established a Medical Inefficiency Committee to advise the Department of Social Services on the amended definition of "medically necessary" and "medical necessity", pursuant to section 22 of this act, for purposes of the administration of the medical assistance programs by the Department of Social Services and the implementation of [the amended] such definition and to provide feedback to the department and the General Assembly on the impact of the amended definition.

[(c)] (b) The committee shall consist of the following members: [Three] Four appointed by the Governor, two appointed by the speaker of the House of Representatives, two appointed by the president pro tempore of the Senate and one each appointed by the majority leaders of the House of Representatives and the Senate and the minority leaders of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

[(d)] (c) All appointments to the committee shall be made no later than thirty days after the effective date of this section. Any vacancy shall be filled by the appointing authority, except that vacancies left unfilled for more than sixty days may be filled by joint appointment of the speaker of the House of Representatives and the president pro tempore of the Senate.

[(e)] (d) The speaker of the House of Representatives and the president pro tempore of the Senate shall jointly select the chairpersons of the committee from among the members of the committee. Such chairpersons shall schedule the first meeting of the committee, which shall be held no later than sixty days after October 5, 2009.

[(f)] (e) The administrative staff of the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to human services shall serve as administrative staff of the committee.

[(g)] (f) Not later than January 1, 2010, January 1, 2011, and January 1, 2012, the committee shall submit a report on its findings and recommendations to the Governor and the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to public health, human services and appropriations and the budgets of state agencies, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes. The committee shall terminate on the date that it submits the third such report or January 1, 2012, whichever is later.

Sec. 28. (NEW) (Effective May 1, 2010) To the extent permitted by federal law, no payment shall be provided for more than one pair of eyeglasses per year under any medical assistance program administered by the Department of Social Services. Said department shall use its best efforts to reduce costs related to optical devices and services under such programs.

Sec. 29. (Effective from passage) The Commissioner of Education and the superintendent of the regional vocational-technical school system shall establish not later than January 1, 2011, and administer licensed practical nurse programs at various regional vocational-technical schools at six locations throughout the state, distributed on a geographically equitable basis, unless prior to November 1, 2010, said commissioner gives notice to the chairpersons and ranking members of the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education that the commissioner will fail to establish such programs by said date and the reasons for such failure. If any appropriation made for such programs is insufficient to cover the costs of establishing or administering the programs at such six locations, such insufficiency may be recovered from tuition paid by students of the programs, and the amount of such tuition may be established or increased as necessary to recover the insufficiency.

Sec. 30. (Effective July 1, 2010) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated in section 1 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 1 of public act 09-7 of the September special session, section 1 of public act 09-1 of the December special session and section 1 of this act, to the Department of Economic and Community Development, for CCAT - CT Manufacturing Supply Chain, shall not lapse on June 30, 2010, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 31. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding section 32-356 of the general statutes, the sum of $ 850,000 shall be transferred from the small business incubator account and shall be transferred and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

Sec. 32. (Effective from passage) Not later than April 15, 2011, the Department of Children and Families in consultation with the Child Advocate, shall submit a plan, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the select committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to children and to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to human services and appropriations and the budgets of state agencies concerning the future of Riverview Hospital for Children and Youth.

Sec. 33. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) The Commissioner of Higher Education shall establish and administer the Kirklyn M. Kerr program to provide grants to not more than five veterinary students per cohort. Each cohort may be funded for a four-year period. Grant recipients who do not practice veterinary medicine in Connecticut for at least five years shall repay the grant pursuant to subsection (c) of this section. For the purposes of this section, "veterinary student" means an in-state resident enrolled in an accredited veterinary graduate school who plans to practice veterinary medicine in Connecticut.

(b) No grant awarded pursuant to this section shall exceed twenty thousand dollars annually or eighty thousand dollars for the four years of the veterinary graduate school program.

(c) The Commissioner of Higher Education shall treat grants awarded pursuant to this section as loans for any grant recipient who does not practice veterinary medicine in Connecticut for at least five years beginning not later than six months following the recipient's date of graduation from veterinary school, except that, if the recipient intends to pursue additional veterinary training or education outside of Connecticut, the commissioner may permit the recipient to begin practicing veterinary medicine in Connecticut at a later date designated by the commissioner. The commissioner shall determine the amount of the grant, including interest, to be repaid by grant recipients who practice veterinary medicine for the following periods as follows: (1) For less than one year, one hundred per cent, (2) for at least one year, but less than two years, ninety per cent, (3) for at least two years, but less than three years, seventy-five per cent, (4) for at least three years, but less than four years, fifty-five per cent, and (5) for at least four years, but less than five years, thirty per cent.

(d) Grant recipients required to pay back grants pursuant to subsection (c) of this section shall (1) make a minimum monthly payment of fifty dollars, unless the commissioner grants an exception, and (2) have a repayment period not to exceed five years, except that, if the commissioner determines that repayment would present an unjust hardship, such repayment period may be extended not to exceed seven years. The commissioner may grant repayment deferments if said commissioner determines that repayment would present an unjust hardship to the recipient. Deferment periods shall not be included in the repayment period and interest shall not accrue during such deferment periods. The commissioner may forgive grant repayment if the commissioner determines that such action is required due to the death or disability of the recipient or the repayment being deemed uncollectible in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.

Sec. 34. Section 26-27b of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) On or after July 1, 1993, no person sixteen years of age or older may hunt waterfowl or take waterfowl in the state without first procuring a Connecticut Migratory Bird Conservation Stamp and having such stamp in his possession. [with his signature written in ink across the face of the stamp while hunting waterfowl or taking waterfowl. ] The stamp shall not be transferable and shall be issued annually. [beginning on July first. ]

(b) The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall provide for the design, production and procurement of the mandatory Connecticut Migratory Bird Conservation Stamp and shall, by regulations adopted in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, provide for the issuance of the stamp. Stamps shall be sold at a price determined by the commissioner, provided the price of a mandatory stamp shall not exceed [fifteen] thirteen dollars. The commissioner shall establish an additional voluntary migratory bird conservation donation of not less than two dollars that shall be deposited in the migratory bird conservation account established under section 26-27c, as amended by this act. Any agent [or town clerk] issuing such stamps may retain a fee [of fifty cents] established by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection pursuant to section 72 of this act, for each stamp sold and shall remit the balance to the Department of Environmental Protection.

Sec. 35. Section 26-28 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the fees for firearms hunting, archery hunting, trapping and sport fishing licenses or for the combination thereof shall be as follows: (1) Resident firearms hunting license, [twenty-eight] nineteen dollars; (2) resident fishing license, [forty] twenty-eight dollars; (3) resident marine waters fishing license, ten dollars; (4) one-day resident marine waters fishing license, [fifteen] five dollars; (5) resident all-waters fishing license, [fifty] thirty-two dollars; (6) resident combination license to fish in inland waters and firearms hunt, [fifty-six] thirty-eight dollars; (7) resident combination license to fish in marine waters and firearms hunt, [fifty] twenty-five dollars; (8) resident combination license to fish in all waters and firearms hunt, [sixty] thirty-eight dollars; (9) resident combination license to fish in all waters and bow and arrow permit to hunt deer and small game issued pursuant to section 26-86c, as amended by this act, [eighty-four] sixty-five dollars; (10) resident firearms super sport license to fish in all waters and firearms hunt, firearms private land shotgun or rifle deer permit issued pursuant to section 26-86a, as amended by this act, and permit to hunt wild turkey during the spring season on private land issued pursuant to section 26-48a, as amended by this act, [one hundred sixteen] eighty dollars; (11) resident archery super sport license to fish in all waters, bow and arrow permit to hunt deer and small game issued pursuant to section 26-86c, as amended by this act, and permit to hunt wild turkey during the spring season on private land issued pursuant to section 26-48a, as amended by this act, [one hundred four] eighty-two dollars; (12) resident firearms super sport license to fish in all waters and firearms hunt, firearms private land shotgun or rifle deer permit, muzzleloader private land deer permit, pursuant to section 26-86, as amended by this act, and private land permit to hunt wild turkey during spring season pursuant to section 26-48a, as amended by this act, eighty-four dollars; (13) resident firearms super sport license to fish in all waters and firearms hunt, migratory bird conservation stamp, and migratory bird harvest permit (HIP), sixty dollars; (14) resident trapping license, [fifty] thirty-four dollars; [(13)] (15) resident junior trapping license for persons under sixteen years of age, [fifteen] eleven dollars; [(14)] (16) junior firearms hunting license, [fifteen] eleven dollars; [(15)] (17) nonresident firearms hunting license, [one hundred thirty-four] ninety-one dollars; [(16)] (18) nonresident inland waters fishing license, [eighty] fifty-five dollars; [(17)] (19) nonresident inland waters fishing license for a period of three consecutive days, [thirty-two] twenty-two dollars; [(18)] (20) nonresident marine waters fishing license, [sixty] fifteen dollars; [(19)] (21) nonresident marine waters fishing license for a period of three consecutive days, [twenty-four] eight dollars; [(20)] (22) nonresident all-waters fishing license, [one hundred] sixty-three dollars; [(21)] (23) nonresident combination license to firearms hunt and inland waters fish, [one hundred seventy-six] one hundred ten dollars; [(22)] (24) nonresident combination license to fish in all waters and firearms hunt, [one hundred ninety] one hundred twenty dollars; [(23)] (25) nonresident combination license to fish in marine waters and firearms hunt, [one hundred seventy] ninety-four dollars; and [(24)] (26) nonresident trapping license, two hundred fifty dollars. Persons sixty-five years of age and over who have been residents of this state for not less than one year and who meet the requirements of subsection (b) of section 26-31 may be issued an annual license to firearms hunt or to fish or combination license to fish and firearms hunt or a license to trap without fee. The issuing agency shall indicate on a combination license the specific purpose for which such license is issued. The town clerk shall retain a recording fee of one dollar for each license issued by him.

(b) Any nonresident residing in one of the New England states or the state of New York may procure a license to hunt or to fish or to hunt and fish for the same fee or fees as a resident of this state if he is a resident of a state the laws of which allow the same privilege to residents of this state.

Sec. 36. Section 26-37 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The commissioner, upon written application and the payment of a fee of [fifteen] eleven dollars, shall issue to any person licensed to hunt, to hunt and trap or fish, or the combination thereof, a duplicate license when he is satisfied that the original license of such person has been lost, destroyed or mutilated beyond recognition. No such application form shall contain any material false statement. All such application forms shall have printed thereon, "I declare under the penalties of false statement that the statements herein made by me are true and correct. " Any person who makes any material false statement on such application form shall be guilty of false statement and shall be subject to the penalties provided for false statement and such offense shall be deemed to have been committed in the town of residence of the applicant, except that in the case of applications received from nonresidents such offense shall be deemed to have been committed in the town in which such application is presented or received for processing. The town clerk certifying such application form shall receive from the total fee herein specified the sum of one dollar.

Sec. 37. Section 26-39 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

Any hunting organization or individual owning and using for hunting an organized pack of ten or more hounds or beagles may hunt foxes or rabbits for sport during the open season provided therefor, provided such organization or individual shall be licensed to do so. The commissioner may issue such license upon application and the payment of an annual fee of [seventy] forty-eight dollars. Persons participating in hunting conducted with an organized pack of hounds under such a license shall not be required to have a hunting license. No participant in such hunt shall carry firearms.

Sec. 38. Section 26-40 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

No person, association or corporation shall possess more than one live specimen of, breed or propagate any wild game bird or wild game quadruped of the following species without a game breeder's license as provided herein: In the family Anatidae, all ducks, geese and swans; in the family Phasianidae, all quail, partridge and the following strains of pheasant: Blackneck, Chinese, English, Formosan, melanistic mutant and Mongolian or any cross-breeding thereof and for the purpose of section 22-327 all other members of this family shall be classed as domestic fowls; in the family Tetranoidae, the ruffed grouse; in the family Melegrididae, turkeys except domestic strains; in the family Cervidae, the sika and white tail deer; in the family Procyonidae, the raccoon; in the family Mustelidae, the otter; in the family Castoridae, the beaver; and in the family Leporidae, all species except domestic strains. The commissioner, upon written application and the payment of a fee of [forty-two] twenty-seven dollars, may license any person, association or corporation to possess, breed, propagate and sell any birds or mammals specified in this section. Such license shall be annual and nontransferable and shall expire on the thirty-first day of December after its issuance. The commissioner may adopt regulations concerning the granting of such licenses and the sale, propagation and transportation of birds or mammals specified in this section propagated and possessed by any such licensee. All applications for such licenses shall be upon blanks prepared and furnished by the commissioner. Any person, association or corporation, licensed under the provisions of this section, shall keep a record of all birds or mammals specified in this section which are sold, transported or propagated by such licensee, whether the same are sold dead or alive, and shall report to the commissioner not later than the January thirty-first of the year following the expiration of the license period. Such report shall contain the number of birds and mammals procured, possessed and propagated and the name of each person to whom any such sale has been made and the date of such sale or transportation. Each package containing birds or mammals specified in this section, or any part thereof, so propagated or possessed and offered for transportation shall be plainly labeled with the name and license number of the licensee offering the same for transportation, the name of the consignee and a statement of the contents of such package. Any license granted under the provisions of this section may be revoked by the commissioner. No person, association or corporation may breed, propagate or sell any skunk or raccoon, except that such animals, with the approval of the commissioner may be kept in a zoo, nature center, museum, laboratory or research facility maintained by a scientific or educational institution. In no instance shall such animals be accessible to handling by the general public. No person may possess any skunk purchased in any Connecticut retail establishment after May 1, 1979, or any raccoon purchased after October 1, 1985. Any person, association or corporation which violates any provision of this section or any regulation issued by the commissioner pursuant thereto shall be fined not more than ninety dollars for each offense.

Sec. 39. Section 26-42 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) No person shall engage in the business of buying raw furs produced in this state without obtaining a license from the commissioner. Such license shall be nontransferable and shall expire on June thirtieth next succeeding its issuance. Any license issued in accordance with the provisions of this section may be revoked for failure of the licensee to report the activities engaged in under the license to the commissioner. Activities shall be reported in a manner and at a time specified by the commissioner. Any conservation officer, special conservation officer or recreation officer may examine and inspect any premises used by or records maintained by any person pursuant to a license issued under this section. Notwithstanding any provision of section 1-210 to the contrary, no person shall obtain, attempt to obtain or release to any person or government agency any identifiable individual record of, or information derived from, any report submitted in accordance with the provisions of this section or submitted voluntarily upon request of the commissioner without the consent of the person making the report, except that the commissioner may authorize the release of such information for the purposes of wildlife research, management or development. The fees for such licenses shall be as follows: For each nonresident, or resident, [eighty-four] fifty-five dollars, and for each authorized agent of a licensed resident fur buyer, [fifty-six] thirty-five dollars.

(b) The commissioner may adopt regulations in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54 concerning the buying and selling of raw furs. Such regulations may establish (1) procedures for recording and reporting transactions involving raw furs, and (2) tagging requirements for buying and selling raw furs.

(c) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars or more than two hundred fifty dollars or imprisoned not more than ten days or be both fined and imprisoned.

Sec. 40. Section 26-45 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

No person shall possess for the purpose of sale, sell or offer for sale any bait species without first obtaining a bait dealer's license from the commissioner, provided the provisions hereof shall not apply to persons issued a commercial hatchery license under section 26-149. Application forms for such license shall be furnished by the commissioner. Such license shall be nontransferable. The fee for each such license shall be [one hundred] sixty-three dollars annually. Each such license shall expire on the last day of December next after issuance. Each such licensed bait dealer may possess and sell only such bait species as shall be authorized under regulations issued by the commissioner, provided live carp and goldfish shall not be possessed for any purpose on premises used by licensed bait dealers. Each such licensee shall keep such records relating to the operation of such business as the commissioner determines on forms furnished by the commissioner and shall file such report with the commissioner within thirty days after the expiration of such license. No such report shall contain any material false statement. Failure to file such report shall be a violation of this section and the commissioner may refuse to reissue such license until the licensee complies with this requirement. Representatives of the commissioner may enter upon the premises of bait dealers at any time to inspect required records and the bait species possessed and to detect violations of this section and regulations issued hereunder by the commissioner, and such representatives may confiscate and dispose of any fish illegally possessed. Any person who violates any provision of this section or any such regulation issued by the commissioner shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor more than one hundred dollars or be imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both.

Sec. 41. Section 26-48 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The commissioner may issue permits authorizing the establishment and operation of regulated private shooting preserves when in his judgment such preserves will not conflict with any reasonable prior public interest. The fee for such permit shall be [one hundred] sixty-three dollars per season. A hunting license shall not be required to hunt on such private shooting preserves. The commissioner shall govern and prescribe by regulations the size of the preserves, the methods of hunting, the species and sex of birds that may be taken, the open and closed seasons, the tagging of birds with tags furnished by the commissioner at a reasonable fee and the releasing, possession and use of legally propagated game birds thereon; and may require such reports as the commissioner deems necessary concerning the operation of such preserves. Any permit issued under the provisions of this section may be revoked for a violation of any provision of this chapter or for a violation of any regulation made by the commissioner relating to private shooting preserves.

Sec. 42. Section 26-48a of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The commissioner may establish, by regulations adopted in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, standards for the management of salmon, migratory game birds in accordance with section 26-92, pheasant and turkey which shall include provision for the issuance of permits, tags or stamps. The commissioner may charge a fee for a permit, tag or stamp as follows: Not more than [twenty-eight] nineteen dollars for turkey; not more than [fifteen] thirteen dollars for migratory game birds; not more than twenty-eight dollars for pheasant and not more than [fifty-six] twenty-eight dollars for salmon. No person shall be issued a permit, tag or stamp for migratory birds, pheasant or turkey without first obtaining a license to hunt and no person shall be issued a permit, tag or stamp for salmon without first obtaining a license to fish. Notwithstanding any provision of any regulation to the contrary, the commissioner may charge a fee of [twenty-eight] nineteen dollars for the issuance of a permit to hunt wild turkey on state-owned or private land during the fall season.

(b) Such permits, tags or stamps shall be issued to qualified applicants by any town clerk. Application for such permits, tags or stamps shall be on such form and require of the applicant such information as the commissioner may prescribe. The commissioner may adopt regulations in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54 authorizing a town clerk to retain part of any fee paid for a permit, tag or stamp issued by such town clerk pursuant to this section, provided the amount retained shall not be less than fifty cents.

Sec. 43. Subsection (b) of section 26-49 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(b) Said commissioner may authorize the establishment and operation of regulated hunting dog-training areas and may issue to any person holding a private shooting preserve permit, as provided for under section 26-48, as amended by this act, or to any established game breeder holding a game breeder's license, as provided for under section 26-40, as amended by this act, or to any person holding a commercial kennel license, as provided for under section 22-342, a permit, which shall expire on June thirtieth next after issuance and for which a fee of [twenty-eight] eighteen dollars shall be charged, authorizing the liberation of artificially propagated game birds and pigeons, legally possessed and suitably tagged with tags furnished by the commissioner, for which a reasonable fee may be charged, and the subsequent shooting of such game birds and pigeons by persons authorized by any such permittee, in connection with the training of hunting dogs only, at any time, including Sunday; provided permission to shoot on Sunday on the area specified in the permit shall have the approval of the proper authorities of the town or towns in which such dog-training area is located and shall apply only to the period from sunrise to sunset.

Sec. 44. Section 26-51 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The commissioner may, upon application and payment of a fee of [fifteen] nine dollars, issue to any responsible person or organization a permit to hold a field dog trial subject to such regulations as he may prescribe. Any such permit may be revoked by the commissioner at any time.

Sec. 45. Section 26-52 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The commissioner may issue to any responsible person or authorized field trial group a permit to hold field dog trials, on land approved by the commissioner as suitable for the purpose, at any time, including Sunday, during daylight hours, at which liberated game birds, waterfowl and pigeons legally possessed may be shot. All such game birds shall, immediately after being shot, be tagged with tags furnished by the commissioner, for which a reasonable fee may be charged. Such game birds so tagged may be possessed, transported, bought and sold at any time. Tags shall not be removed from such game birds until such time as such birds are finally prepared for consumption. The commissioner may, by regulation, govern and prescribe the minimum number of such birds that shall be released, the method of liberating and the method of taking such birds, the species and sex of such birds that may be shot, locations where such field dog trials may be held, periods of the year when such field dog trials may be held, the maximum number of such field dog trials that shall be sponsored or conducted by an individual or group during the period from July first to June thirtieth and the method of reporting all such activities. Notwithstanding the provision of any regulation to the contrary, the fee for a permit to hold a field dog trial on state-owned land shall be [fifty-six] thirty-five dollars and the fee for a permit to hold a field dog trial on private land shall be [twenty-eight] eighteen dollars.

Sec. 46. Section 26-58 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) No person shall practice taxidermy for profit unless he has obtained a license from the commissioner. The commissioner may, upon the application of any citizen of this state, accompanied by payment of a fee of [one hundred sixty-eight] one hundred five dollars, issue to such person a license to practice taxidermy, which license shall expire on December thirty-first next following the date of issue. Any such licensee shall permit, at any time, any law enforcement officer to examine and inspect any premises used by him for the practice of taxidermy. Such licensee may receive any bird or animal legally killed in this state or any bird or animal legally killed and imported into this state, for the purpose of tanning, curing or mounting the same, and the provisions of section 26-76 shall not apply to such person. Each licensee shall make an annual report to the commissioner, containing such information as he requires.

(b) Any person who violates any provision of subsection (a) of this section shall be fined not less than one dollar or more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than thirty days or be both fined and imprisoned.

(c) The license of any person to practice taxidermy may be revoked or suspended at any time for cause by the commissioner.

Sec. 47. Section 26-60 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The commissioner may grant to any properly accredited person not less than eighteen years of age, upon written application, a permit to collect fish, crustaceans and wildlife and their nests and eggs, for scientific and educational purposes only, and not for sale or exchange or shipment from or removal from the state without the consent of the commissioner. The commissioner may determine the number and species of such fish, crustaceans and wildlife and their nests and eggs which may be taken and the area and method of collection of such fish, crustaceans and wildlife under any permit in any year. The permit shall be issued for a term established by the commissioner in accordance with federal regulations and shall not be transferable. The commissioner shall charge an annual fee of [forty] twenty-five dollars for such permit. Each person receiving a permit under the provisions of this section shall report to the commissioner on blanks furnished by the commissioner, at or before the expiration of such permit, the detailed results of the collections made thereunder. Any person violating the provisions of this chapter or of the permit held by him shall be subject to the penalties provided in section 26-64, as amended by this act, and, upon conviction of such violation, the permit so held by him shall become void.

Sec. 48. Section 26-86a of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The commissioner shall establish by regulation adopted in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54 standards for deer management, and methods, regulated areas, bag limits, seasons and permit eligibility for hunting deer with bow and arrow, muzzleloader and shotgun, except that no such hunting shall be permitted on Sunday. No person shall hunt, pursue, wound or kill deer with a firearm without first obtaining a deer permit from the commissioner in addition to the license required by section 26-27. Application for such permit shall be made on forms furnished by the commissioner and containing such information as he may require. Such permit shall be of a design prescribed by the commissioner, shall contain such information and conditions as the commissioner may require, and may be revoked for violation of any provision of this chapter or regulations adopted pursuant thereto. As used in this section, "muzzleloader" means a rifle or shotgun of at least forty-five caliber, incapable of firing a self-contained cartridge, which uses powder, a projectile, including, but not limited to, a standard round ball, mini-balls, maxi-balls and Sabot bullets, and wadding loaded separately at the muzzle end and "rifle" means a long gun the projectile of which is six millimeters or larger in diameter. The fee for a firearms permit shall be [twenty-eight] nineteen dollars for residents of the state and [one hundred] sixty-eight dollars for nonresidents, except that any nonresident who is an active full-time member of the armed forces, as defined in section 27-103, may purchase a firearms permit for the same fee as is charged a resident of the state. The commissioner shall issue, without fee, a private land deer permit to the owner of ten or more acres of private land and the husband or wife, parent, grandparent, sibling and any lineal descendant of such owner, provided no such owner, husband or wife, parent, grandparent, sibling or lineal descendant shall be issued more than one such permit per season. Such permit shall allow the use of a rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader or bow and arrow on such land from November first to December thirty-first, inclusive. Deer may be so hunted at such times and in such areas of such state-owned land as are designated by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection and on privately owned land with the signed consent of the landowner, on forms furnished by the department, and such signed consent shall be carried by any person when so hunting on private land. The owner of ten acres or more of private land may allow the use of a rifle to hunt deer on such land during the shotgun season. The commissioner shall determine, by regulation, the number of consent forms issued for any regulated area established by said commissioner. The commissioner shall provide for a fair and equitable random method for the selection of successful applicants who may obtain shotgun and muzzleloader permits for hunting deer on state lands. Any person whose name appears on more than one application for a shotgun permit or more than one application for a muzzleloader permit shall be disqualified from the selection process for such permit. No person shall hunt, pursue, wound or kill deer with a bow and arrow without first obtaining a bow and arrow permit pursuant to section 26-86c, as amended by this act. "Bow and arrow" as used in this section and in section 26-86c, as amended by this act, means a bow with a draw weight of not less than forty pounds. The arrowhead shall have two or more blades and may not be less than seven-eighths of an inch at the widest point. No person shall carry firearms of any kind while hunting with a bow and arrow under [said sections] this section and section 26-86c, as amended by this act.

(b) Any person who takes a deer without a permit shall be fined not less than two hundred dollars or more than five hundred dollars or imprisoned not less than thirty days or more than six months or shall be both fined and imprisoned, for the first offense, and for each subsequent offense shall be fined not less than two hundred dollars or more than one thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than one year or shall be both fined and imprisoned.

Sec. 49. Section 26-86c of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

No person may hunt deer or small game with a bow and arrow under the provisions of this chapter without a valid permit issued by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection pursuant to this section or section 26-86a, as amended by this act, for persons hunting deer with bow and arrow under private land deer permits issued free to qualifying landowners, or their husbands or wives, parents, grandparents, lineal descendants or siblings under that section. The fee for such bow and arrow permit to hunt deer and small game shall be [sixty] forty-one dollars for residents and [two hundred] one hundred thirty-five dollars for nonresidents, or [twenty-six] nineteen dollars for any person twelve years of age or older but under sixteen years of age, except that any nonresident who is an active full-time member of the armed forces, as defined in section 27-103, may purchase a bow and arrow permit to hunt deer and small game for the same fee as is charged a resident of the state. Permits to hunt with a bow and arrow under the provisions of this chapter shall be issued only to qualified applicants therefor by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection, in such form as said commissioner prescribes. Applications shall be made on forms furnished by the commissioner containing such information as he may require and all such application forms shall have printed thereon: "I declare under the penalties of false statement that the statements herein made by me are true and correct. " Any person who makes any material false statement on such application form shall be guilty of false statement and shall be subject to the penalties provided for false statement and said offense shall be deemed to have been committed in the town in which the applicant resides. No such application shall contain any material false statement. On and after January 1, 2002, permits to hunt with a bow and arrow under the provisions of this chapter shall be issued only to qualified applicants who have successfully completed the conservation education bow hunting course as specified in section 26-31 or an equivalent course in another state.

Sec. 50. Subsection (c) of section 14-100a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(c) (1) The operator of and any front seat passenger in a motor vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating not exceeding ten thousand pounds or fire fighting apparatus originally equipped with seat safety belts complying with the provisions of the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49, Section 571. 209, as amended from time to time, shall wear such seat safety belt while the vehicle is being operated on any highway, except as follows:

(A) A child six years of age and under shall be restrained as provided in subsection (d) of this section;

(B) The operator of such vehicle shall secure or cause to be secured in a seat safety belt any passenger seven years of age or older and under sixteen years of age; and

(C) If the operator of such vehicle is under eighteen years of age, such operator and each passenger in such vehicle shall wear such seat safety belt while the vehicle is being operated on any highway.

(2) The provisions of subdivision (1) of this subsection shall not apply to (A) any person whose physical disability or impairment would prevent restraint in such safety belt, provided such person obtains a written statement from a licensed physician containing reasons for such person's inability to wear such safety belt and including information concerning the nature and extent of such condition. Such person shall carry the statement on his or her person or in the motor vehicle at all times when it is being operated, or (B) an authorized emergency vehicle, other than fire fighting apparatus, responding to an emergency call or a motor vehicle operated by a rural letter carrier of the United States postal service while performing his or her official duties or by a person engaged in the delivery of newspapers.

(3) Failure to wear a seat safety belt shall not be considered as contributory negligence nor shall such failure be admissible evidence in any civil action.

(4) Any operator of a motor vehicle, who is eighteen years of age or older, and any passenger in such motor vehicle, who violates any provision of this subsection shall have committed an infraction and shall be fined [fifteen] fifty dollars. Any operator of a motor vehicle who is under eighteen years of age and any passenger in such motor vehicle who violates any provision of this subsection shall have committed an infraction and shall be fined seventy-five dollars. Points may not be assessed against the operator's license of any person convicted of such violation.

Sec. 51. Subsection (a) of section 14-37a of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Any person whose operator's license has been suspended pursuant to any provision of this chapter or chapter 248, except pursuant to section 14-215 for operating under suspension or pursuant to section 14-140 for failure to appear for any scheduled court appearance, and any person identified in subsection (g) of this section may make application to the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles for (1) a special "work" permit to operate a motor vehicle to and from such person's place of employment or, if such person is not employed at a fixed location, to operate a motor vehicle only in connection with, and to the extent necessary, to properly perform such person's business or profession, or (2) a special "education" permit to operate a motor vehicle to and from an accredited institution of higher education in which such person is enrolled. Such application shall be accompanied by an application fee of one hundred dollars.

Sec. 52. Section 51-164m of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The judges of the Superior Court shall establish and maintain a schedule of fines to be paid for the violation of the sections of the general statutes deemed to be infractions. [and] The judges of the Superior Court shall establish and maintain a separate sliding scale of fines for speeding infractions committed under section 14-219 with a minimum fine of [thirty-five] fifty dollars and the fine increasing in proportion to the severity of the violation. The fines may be modified as the judges of the Superior Court deem advisable.

(b) The judges of the Superior Court shall establish and maintain a schedule of fines to be paid for those violations of section 14-219 specified in subsection (e) of said section, with such fines increasing in proportion to the severity of the violation and for violations under subsection (b) of section 51-164n. The fines may be modified as the judges of the Superior Court deem advisable.

(c) [No] (1) Except as provided in subdivision (2) of this subsection, no fine established in accordance with the provisions of subsection (a) of this section may be less than thirty-five dollars or [in excess of] more than ninety dollars.

(2) No fine established in accordance with the provisions of subsection (a) of this section for a violation of any provision of title 14 deemed an infraction may be less than fifty dollars or more than ninety dollars, except that fines established for [(1)] parking tag violations [and (2) violations of subsection (c) of section 14-100a] may be less than [thirty-five] fifty dollars.

(d) No fine established in accordance with the provisions of subsection (b) of this section may be in an amount in excess of the maximum amount specified by statute for such violation.

(e) Any infraction for which a fine has not been established pursuant to the provisions of subsection (a) of this section shall carry a fine of thirty-five dollars or, if the infraction is for a violation of any provision of title 14, fifty dollars, until such time as the judges of the Superior Court may establish a different fine for such infraction.

(f) Any violation for which a fine has not been established pursuant to subsection (b) of this section shall carry a fine of one hundred dollars or the maximum fine specified by statute for such violation, whichever is less.

Sec. 53. Subsection (g) of section 51-164n of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(g) In any trial for the alleged commission of an infraction, the practice, procedure, rules of evidence and burden of proof applicable in criminal proceedings shall apply. Any person found guilty at the trial or upon a plea shall be guilty of the commission of an infraction and shall be fined not less than thirty-five dollars or more than ninety dollars or, if the infraction is for a violation of any provision of title 14, not less than fifty dollars or more than ninety dollars.

Sec. 54. Subsection (b) of section 14-13 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(b) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall [, for a first offense,] be deemed to have committed an infraction and be fined [thirty-five] fifty dollars. [, and, for each subsequent offense, shall be fined not more than fifty dollars. ]

Sec. 55. Subsection (b) of section 14-17 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(b) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall be deemed to have committed an infraction and be fined [thirty-five] fifty dollars for each offense.

Sec. 56. Subsection (c) of section 14-26 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(c) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall have committed an infraction. Any person who violates any provision of subsection (b) of this section shall be fined [, for the first offense, thirty-five dollars and, for each subsequent offense, not less than thirty-five dollars nor more than] fifty dollars.

Sec. 57. Subsection (e) of section 14-36a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(e) Any person who violates any provision of subsection (d) or (e) of this section shall, for a first offense, be deemed to have committed an infraction and be fined [not less than thirty-five dollars or more than] fifty dollars and, for a subsequent offense, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both.

Sec. 58. Subsection (e) of section 14-40a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(e) Any person who violates any provision of subsection (a), (b) or (d) of this section shall, for a first offense, be deemed to have committed an infraction and be fined [not less than thirty-five dollars or more than] fifty dollars and, for any subsequent offense, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both.

Sec. 59. Subsection (b) of section 14-81 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(b) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall be deemed to have committed an infraction and be fined [not less than thirty-five dollars nor more than] fifty dollars for each offense.

Sec. 60. Subsection (c) of section 14-145 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(c) Any person who violates any provision of this section shall, for a first offense, be deemed to have committed an infraction and be fined [not less than thirty-five dollars nor more than] fifty dollars, and, for each subsequent offense, shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than thirty days or be both fined and imprisoned.

Sec. 61. Subsection (n) of section 14-164c of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(n) No person, firm or corporation shall operate or allow to be operated any motor vehicle that has not been inspected and found to be in compliance with the provisions of subsections (c), (d) and (i) of this section and the regulations adopted by the commissioner. Operation in violation of said subsections or the regulations adopted by the commissioner shall be an infraction for each violation, except that the fine for a first violation shall be [thirty-five] fifty dollars. The commissioner may deny the issuance of registration to the owner of a motor vehicle, or the renewal of registration to any such owner, or suspend or revoke any registration that has been issued, if such motor vehicle is not in compliance with the inspection requirements of this chapter, or such owner has failed to pay any fee required by the provisions of this chapter.

Sec. 62. Subsection (a) of section 14-223 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Whenever the operator of any motor vehicle fails promptly to bring his motor vehicle to a full stop upon the signal of any officer in uniform or prominently displaying the badge of his office, or disobeys the direction of such officer with relation to the operation of his motor vehicle, he shall be deemed to have committed an infraction and be fined [thirty-five dollars for a first offense and shall be fined not less than thirty-five dollars nor more than fifty dollars for any subsequent offense] fifty dollars.

Sec. 63. Section 14-285 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

Each vehicle, except a motor vehicle, which is so constructed or which is so loaded that the driver is prevented from having a free and unobstructed view of the highway immediately to the rear and at the sides of the same, shall be equipped with a mirror or reflector attached to and so located and adjusted on such vehicle as to give the operator thereof a clear reflected view of the highway directly to the rear on a line parallel to the side of the body of such vehicle. Any person operating such a vehicle shall make observations for the approach of vehicles from the rear and, when so approached, shall drive to the right of the center line of the traveled way as promptly as safety will permit, giving the vehicle approaching from the rear opportunity to pass in safety. Any person who violates any provision of this section shall be deemed to have committed an infraction and be fined [not less than thirty-five dollars nor more than] fifty dollars for each offense.

Sec. 64. Section 23-16 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage and applicable to fees charged on and after May 1, 2010):

The Commissioner of Environmental Protection may execute with residents and nonresidents of this state leases of camping sites and buildings on the state parks for limited periods except as provided in section 23-16a and the proceeds from such leases, together with any other income resulting from the use of the state parks, shall be added to the General Fund as provided in section 23-15. [Not later than April 1, 1982, said commissioner shall establish a schedule of fees payable for the leasing of state camping sites and buildings in amounts not less than one hundred seventy-five per cent of the amounts charged according to the schedule of camping permit fees established by said commissioner and in effect as of April 1, 1980. ] Not later than May 1, 2010, said commissioner shall establish a schedule of fees payable for the leasing of state camping sites and buildings for residents of this state in amounts not greater than one hundred thirty-five per cent of the amounts charged according to the schedule of camping permit fees established by said commissioner and in effect as of April 1, 2009. Not later than May 1, 2010, said commissioner shall establish a schedule of fees payable for the leasing of state camping sites and buildings for nonresidents of this state in amounts not greater than one hundred fifty per cent of the amounts charged according to the schedule of camping permit fees established by said commissioner and in effect as of the effective date of this section. Annually not later than the first day of November said commissioner shall allocate from funds available for state park and forest areas in the then current fiscal year, an amount not less than fifty per cent of the portion of such fees collected in the preceding fiscal year directly related to the amount of increase in such fees as required in this section, to be used for purposes of maintenance and improvement of such state camping sites and buildings. Any fees paid for any lease under this section shall not be subject to refund under section 22a-10 unless (1) the lessee gives notice of cancellation to the commissioner not later than fourteen days prior to the date such lease is to commence, (2) the park is closed by executive order of the Governor, or (3) the lessee submits proof, satisfactory to the commissioner, of a death or serious illness in the family which prevents use of the facility during the period of the lease. The commissioner may deduct a reasonable service charge from any amount refunded pursuant to subdivisions (1) and (3) of this section.

Sec. 65. Section 23-26 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage and applicable to fees charged on and after May 1, 2010):

(a) The commissioner may (1) provide for the collection of fees for parking, admission, boat launching and other uses of state parks, forests, boat launches and other state recreational facilities, (2) establish from time to time the daily and seasonal amount thereof, (3) enter into contractual relations with other persons for the operation of concessions, (4) establish other sources of revenue to be derived from services to the general public using such parks, forests and facilities, (5) employ such assistants as may be necessary for the collection of such revenue. The commissioner shall deposit such revenue derived therefrom with the State Treasurer in the General Fund. On and after July 1, 1992, any increase in any fee or any establishment of a new fee under this section shall be by regulations adopted in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54. Not later than May 1, 2010, said commissioner shall establish the daily and seasonal amount of such parking, admission, boat launching and other use fees for residents of this state in amounts not greater than one hundred thirty-five per cent of the amounts charged for such fees by said commissioner as of April 1, 2009. Not later than May 1, 2010, said commissioner shall establish the daily and seasonal amount of such parking, admission, boat launching and other use fees for nonresidents of this state in amounts not greater than one hundred fifty per cent of the amounts charged for such fees by said commissioner as of April 1, 2009. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the commissioner may enter into an agreement with any municipality under which the municipality may retain fees collected by municipal officers at state boat launches when state employees are not on duty.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of this section, the commissioner may establish fees for the public use of the mansion at Harkness Memorial State Park in Waterford, the Ellie Mitchell Pavilion at Rocky Neck State Park in East Lyme and Gillette Castle in East Haddam provided no fee shall be charged to any group organized as a nonprofit corporation under 26 USC 501(c)(3) for purposes of providing support to such parks or facilities and further provided the commissioner shall specify procedures and criteria for the selection of any private business which is engaged by the state to provide services during any such public use, including, but not limited to, catering services. Such fees, procedures and criteria shall be effective until June 30, 1999, or until regulations are adopted, whichever is sooner. Regulations implementing such fees, procedures and criteria shall be adopted in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54 on or before July 1, 1999. Such fees shall be comparable with rents and charges of similar properties based on fair market rates.

(c) The commissioner shall issue to any resident of the state, upon payment of a fee established by said commissioner, a nontransferable Connecticut private passenger motor vehicle pass which permits free parking throughout the calendar year at any state park, forest, boat launch or other state recreational facility provided the commissioner shall not be required to issue such a pass to any park, forest or facility which is wholly managed by a private concessionaire and may require payment of fees for special events. Not later than May 1, 2010, said commissioner shall establish the amount of such fee for residents of this state in an amount not greater than one hundred thirty-five per cent of the amount charged for such fee by said commissioner as of April 1, 2009. Not later than May 1, 2010, said commissioner shall establish the amount of such fee for nonresidents of this state in amount not greater than one hundred fifty per cent of the amount charged for such fee by said commissioner as of April 1, 2009.

(d) The commissioner shall issue to any resident of the state who is sixty-five years of age or older, without fee, upon application of such resident, a nontransferable lifetime pass which shall permit free parking, admission and boat access parking for use at any state park, forest or state recreational facility, provided the commissioner shall not be required to issue such a pass for use of any park, forest or facility which is wholly managed by a private concessionaire and may require payment of fees for special events.

Sec. 66. Section 26-15 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The state of Connecticut assents to the provisions of the Act of Congress [entitled "An Act to Provide that the United States Shall Aid the States in Wildlife Restoration Projects, and for Other Purposes"] titled "Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration Act", approved September 2, 1937, and the provisions of the Act of Congress titled "Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration Act", approved August 9, 1950. The Commissioner of Environmental Protection is authorized and directed to perform such acts as may be necessary to the establishment and operation of cooperative fish and wildlife restoration projects, as defined in said [act] acts of congress, in compliance with said act and with rules and regulations promulgated by the Secretary of the Interior thereunder, and no funds accruing to the state from license, permit, tag and stamp fees, other than the stamp fee paid pursuant to section 26-27b, as amended by this act, paid by hunters, trappers and anglers, including, but not limited to, license fees paid by hunters pursuant to [section 26-28] sections 26-28, 26-30, 26-31, 26-36, 26-48a, 26-86a and 26-86c, as amended by this act, and real or personal property acquired with license, permit, tag and stamp fees, interest, dividends, or other income earned on license, permit, tag and stamp fees shall be diverted for any other purpose than [the protection, propagation, preservation and investigation of fish and game and administration of the functions of the department relating thereto] to fund the programs and functions of the Bureau of Natural Resources within the Department of Environmental Protection, in accordance with 50 CFR 80.4.

Sec. 67. Subsection (a) of section 26-15a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The provisions of [sections 26-14 and] section 26-15, as amended by this act, shall remain in full force and effect, and there shall be appropriated to the Bureau of Natural Resources within the Department of Environmental Protection for each fiscal year a sum not less than the total estimated receipts from fishing and hunting and trapping licenses, permits, tags and stamps, other than the Connecticut Migratory Bird Conservation Stamp described in section 26-27b, as amended by this act, for such year issued under the provisions of this chapter and income earned from license fees, including interest and dividends, income earned from assets acquired with license, permit, tag and stamp fees and the sale or leasing of real or personal property.

Sec. 68. (NEW) (Effective from passage) On or before October first of each year, the Department of Environmental Protection shall submit a report to the Chief of the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Department of the Interior, that sets forth for the twelve-month period ending the preceding June thirtieth, the amount of license, permit, stamp, other than the Connecticut Migratory Bird Conservation Stamp, and tag fees paid by hunters, trappers and anglers pursuant to the provisions of chapter 490 of the general statutes as well as interest, dividends and sale or lease payments from assets purchased with license, permit, stamp and tag revenues and the amount of funds expended on fish and wildlife programs and the purposes for which such funds were expended. Additionally, such report shall include, but not be limited to, the amount of expenditures for: (1) The protection, propagation, preservation and investigation of fish and game, (2) the operation, administration and maintenance of fish and wildlife facilities, (3) the operation and administration of wildlife management areas and fish and wildlife access areas, (4) the restoration and enhancement of fish and wildlife habitat, (5) the operation and administration of angler and hunter education and outreach programs, and (6) the administration of fish and wildlife technical assistance programs.

Sec. 69. Section 26-27c of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The Commissioner of Environmental Protection may provide for the Connecticut Migratory Bird Stamp to be reproduced and marketed in the form of prints and other related artwork. Funds generated from such marketing and the sale of stamps pursuant to section 26-27b, as amended by this act, shall be deposited in a separate account maintained by the Treasurer and known as the migratory bird conservation account. Within said account, there shall be a subaccount for the voluntary migratory bird conservation donation collected pursuant to section 26-27b, as amended by this act. The migratory bird conservation account shall be a separate, nonlapsing account of the General Fund. All funds credited to the migratory bird conservation account and subaccount shall only be used for: (1) The development, management, preservation, conservation, acquisition, purchase and maintenance of waterfowl habitat and wetlands and purchase or acquisition of recreational rights or interests relating to migratory birds; and (2) the design, production, promotion and procurement and sale of the prints and related artwork.

Sec. 70. Section 26-27d of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) There is established a Citizens' Advisory Board for the Connecticut Migratory Bird Conservation Stamp program. The board shall consist of seven members appointed by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection. The members of the board shall be individuals representing organizations having a record of activity in migratory bird or wetland habitat conservation or who have an expertise or recognized knowledge in an area pertinent and valuable to the program. The board shall elect a chairman from among its membership on or before July 1, 1992. The chairman shall be unaffiliated with any administrative agency of the state.

(b) The board shall advise the Commissioner of Environmental Protection on the design, production and procurement of the Connecticut Migratory Bird Conservation Stamp and the expenditure of funds generated from the sale of such stamps and associated art products pursuant to sections 26-27b and 26-27c, as amended by this act.

Sec. 71. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall establish procedures and business processes for the use of the Internet and other means of communication and conducting transactions that shall be used for the issuance of hunting, fishing and trapping licenses, permits, stamps and tags pursuant to sections 26-27, 26-27b, 26-28, 26-30, 26-31, 26-36, 26-48a, 26-86a and 26-86c of the general statutes, as amended by this act.

(b) The commissioner shall establish a schedule of the parts of fees to be retained by agents for the issuance of certain hunting, fishing and trapping licenses, permits, stamps and tags.

Sec. 72. Section 26-64 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

Any person who violates any provision of this part for which no other penalty is provided shall be fined [seventy-seven] eighty-seven dollars.

Sec. 73. (Effective from passage) (a) The sum of $ 380,000 appropriated to the Department of Economic and Community Development in subsection (a) of section 21 of public act 07-1, and carried forward in subsection (b) of said section and section 506 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, for Home CT, for the purpose of the housing incentive zone program, established under the provisions of section 8-13m to 8-13x, inclusive, of the general statutes, shall not be expended and shall be transferred to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

(b) The sum of $ 397,602 held by the Office of Policy and Management in an account for purposes of administering and funding the housing incentive zone program, established under the provisions of sections 8-13m to 8-13x, inclusive, of the general statutes, shall not be expended and shall be transferred to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.

Sec. 74. Section 26-14 of the general statutes is repealed. (Effective from passage)

Sec. 75. Section 81 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective from passage)"

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