HOUSE
List of Bills

H.B. No. 5364 (RAISED) JUDICIARY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE FILING OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS WHEN A MUNICIPALITY IS THE EMPLOYER', to streamline the filing of municipal workers' compensation claims.
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H.B. No. 5365 (RAISED) JUDICIARY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING LEGAL PROTECTIONS FOR PERSONS ENTERING CARS TO RENDER EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO CHILDREN', to provide legal protections to a person who enters the vehicle of another to rescue a child who is reasonably believed to be in imminent danger of serious bodily injury.
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H.B. No. 5366 (RAISED) JUDICIARY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING COURT OPERATIONS', to: (1) Conform internal statutory references to the appropriate governing federal act; (2) amend sections 46b-15 and 46b-16a of the general statutes to permit minors to apply for certain orders of protection; (3) exclude cap plea agreements from review by the Sentence Review Division; (4) specify that a party to a deposition or the deponent may obtain a copy of the deposition transcript and permanent electronic record of such deposition as his or her own expense; (5) delete the requirement that a two dollar fee be paid to a court clerk for receiving and filing an assessment of damages by appraisers of land taken for public use; and (6) amend the 2013 bond act to allow the Judicial Branch to purchase the Waterford Juvenile Facility.
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H.B. No. 5367 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE TOTAL UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT RATE AND AN ONLINE EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE', to calculate an individual's unemployment benefit rate using four quarters of earnings, to put a three-year freeze on the maximum unemployment benefit rate and to require certain recipients of unemployment benefits to post their resume online in order to continue to receive such benefits.
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H.B. No. 5368 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING HOMEMAKER SERVICES AND HOMEMAKER COMPANION AGENCIES', to designate a homemaker-companion agency, registry or homemaker-home health agency as the employer of an individual providing certain services to consumers for the purposes of unemployment compensation, wages and workers' compensation and to remove liability for such individual's personal injuries arising out of and in the course of employment from the consumer.
REF. LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

H.B. No. 5369 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING AN ADJUSTMENT TO THE METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE MAXIMUM WEEKLY UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT RATE', to calculate the maximum weekly unemployment benefit rate by using a method of computation that more accurately reflects the average wages paid to workers in the state.
REF. LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

H.B. No. 5370 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT INCREASING THE MINIMUM FAIR WAGE', to raise the minimum wage, incrementally, to fifteen dollars per hour.
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H.B. No. 5371 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING A MINIMUM WORKWEEK FOR PERSONS PERFORMING BUILDING MAINTENANCE SERVICES', to institute a minimum workweek of thirty hours for certain individuals who perform building maintenance service.
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H.B. No. 5372 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING FIREFIGHTERS AND DISABILITY INSURANCE POLICIES', to study the feasibility of establishing a program to provide uniformed members of paid and volunteer fire departments in the state with disability insurance policies.
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H.B. No. 5373 (RAISED) PROGRAM REVIEW AND INVESTIGATIONS . 'AN ACT REQUIRING THE MAINTENANCE OF A CONFIDENTIAL STATE AGENCY PERSONAL DATA SYSTEMS INVENTORY BASED ON A PROGRAM REVIEW AND INVESTIGATIONS COMMITTEE STUDY', to implement the recommendations of the Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee concerning the creation of a confidential state agency personal data systems inventory.
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H.B. No. 5374 (RAISED) PUBLIC HEALTH . 'AN ACT CONCERNING DENTAL INSURANCE COVERAGE', to allow children to retain dental insurance coverage under their parents' insurance policies until they attain the age of twenty-six.
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