Connecticut Seal

General Assembly

File No. 400

    February Session, 2012

Substitute Senate Bill No. 1

Senate, April 12, 2012

The Committee on Education reported through SEN. STILLMAN of the 20th Dist., Chairperson of the Committee on the part of the Senate, that the substitute bill ought to pass.

This act shall take effect as follows and shall amend the following sections:

Section 1

from passage

32-7g(a)

Sec. 2

from passage

31-3pp

Sec. 3

from passage

PA 11-1 of the October Sp. Sess., Sec. 5

Sec. 4

from passage

New section

Sec. 5

from passage

New section

Sec. 6

October 1, 2012

New section

Sec. 7

October 1, 2012

46a-60(a)(6)

Sec. 8

from passage

New section

Sec. 9

October 1, 2012

New section

Sec. 10

from passage

32-4l(a)

Sec. 11

from passage

32-235(a)

CE

Joint Favorable Subst. C/R

ED

ED

Joint Favorable Subst.-LCO

 

Agency Affected

Fund-Effect

FY 13 $

FY 14 $

Labor Dept.

GOBonds - See Below

See Below

See Below

Treasurer, Debt Serv.

GF - Cost

See Below

See Below

Department of Economic & Community Development

GF - Cost

Approximately 217,500

Approximately 290,000

State Comptroller - Fringe Benefits1

GF - Cost

Approximately 17,532

Approximately 23,376

Department of Economic & Community Development

GF - Potential Cost

See Below

See Below

Education, Dept.

GF - Cost

250,000 - 500,000

None

Period

Grant Amount as Percent of Employee's Wages

Day 1-30

100%

Day 31-90

75%

Day 91-150

50%

Day 151-180

25%

Yea

17

Nay

0

(03/15/2012)

Yea

30

Nay

1

(03/23/2012)

TOP

1 The fringe benefit costs for most state employees are budgeted centrally in accounts administered by the Comptroller. The estimated non-pension fringe benefit cost associated with most personnel changes is 29.22% of payroll in FY 13 and FY 14.

2 PA 11-1 of the October Special Session authorized $100 million to the Small Business Express Program. The State Bond Commission allotted $50 million to the program on December 16, 2011.

3 The Department currently conducts marketing initiatives that are funded through the Statewide Marketing account. The FY 12 appropriation to the statewide marketing account is $15.0 million. This funding is projected to be fully expended by the end of the fiscal year.