JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

The House of Representatives was called to order at 11:25 o'clock a.m., Speaker Joe Aresimowicz in the Chair.

Prayer was offered by the guest Chaplain, Representative Joe Aresimowicz of Berlin, Connecticut.

The following is the prayer:

Let us pray. Dear Lord, give us the strength on this last day to continue to be our best selves - to operate in a transparent and honest way with one another; to give each other the patience when times become difficult; and, to do what is for the greater good of Connecticut. I ask this in Your name, dear Lord. Amen.

The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Representative Abercrombie of the 83rd District.

BUSINESS FROM THE SENATE

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

SENATE BILLS

The following favorable reports of the Joint Standing Committees were received from the Senate, the bills read the second time and tabled for the Calendar in accordance with Rule 11(G) of the House Rules:

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. S.B. No. 644 (RAISED) (File No. 524) AN ACT CONCERNING THE REGISTRATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES REGISTERED OUT OF STATE. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "B").

ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. Substitute for S.B. No. 778 (RAISED) (File No. 340) AN ACT CONCERNING EXPENSES FOR CONSULTANTS BORNE BY TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROVIDERS. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

ENVIRONMENT. S.B. No. 943 (RAISED) (File No. 275) AN ACT CONCERNING THE INSTALLATION OF CERTAIN SOLAR FACILITIES ON PRODUCTIVE FARMLANDS.

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. Substitute for S.B. No. 966 (RAISED) (File No. 476) AN ACT CONCERNING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. Substitute for S.B. No. 1056 (RAISED) (File No. 768) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP A PLAN TO FOSTER THE MICROBIOME SECTOR IN THE STATE.

EMERGENCY CERTIFICATION

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION ADOPTED

The following resolution was received, read by the Clerk and adopted. (Emergency certification signed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives accompanied the resolution.) A copy of the resolution was on the desk of each member in accordance with the rules.

S.J. No. 63 (RAISED) SEN. LOONEY, 11TH DIST.; SEN. DUFF, 25TH DIST.; SEN. FASANO, 34TH DIST.; SEN. WITKOS, 8TH DIST.; REP. ARESIMOWICZ, 30TH DIST.; REP. RITTER, 1ST DIST.; REP. KLARIDES, 114TH DIST. RESOLUTION CONVENING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY IN SPECIAL SESSION.

The resolution was explained by Representative Ritter of the 1st.

The resolution was discussed by Representative Davis of the 57th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8859) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Ritter of the 1st.

Representative Davis of the 57th then withdrew House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8859).

The resolution was further discussed by Representatives Smith of the 108th and Ziobron of the 34th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 11:52 a.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 147

Necessary for Adoption 76

Those voting Yea 137

Those voting Nay 10

Those absent and not voting 4

On a roll call vote Emergency Certified Senate Joint Resolution No. 63 was adopted in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

 

N

 

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

 

N

 

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

 

N

 

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

 

N

 

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

Y

   

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

 

N

 

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

 

N

 

DUBITSKY

 

N

 

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

 

N

 

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

 

N

 

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

   

X

MUSHINSKY

   

X

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

   

X

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

The following is the Resolution:

Resolved by this Assembly:

That pursuant to Article III of the amendments to the state constitution, and Rule 33 of the Joint Rules of this session, we the members of this General Assembly judge it necessary that there be a special session of the General Assembly, that said session be convened not earlier than 12:01 a.m. on June 8, 2017, and that the call of the session be solely for the purposes of considering and enacting the following legislation:

(1) The state budget for the biennium beginning July 1, 2017, and revenue to balance the state budget for said biennium;

(2) Bills and resolutions needed to implement the state budget for the biennium beginning July 1, 2017; and

(3) Bills concerning (A) state bond authorizations and their underlying programs and projects, and (B) school construction.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the clerks of the Senate and the House of Representatives deliver a copy of this resolution to the Secretary of the State forthwith.

DEPUTY SPEAKER MORRIS IN THE CHAIR

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

HOUSE BILL PASSED

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill passed.

GENERAL LAW. H.B. No. 7071 (RAISED) (File No. 76) AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION.

The bill was explained by Representative Baram of the 15th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8897) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representatives Smith of the 108th, Godfrey of the 110th, Case of the 63rd and Dillon of the 92nd.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The following is House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8897):

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

"Section 1. (NEW) (Effective January 1, 2018) As used in this section and sections 2 to 6, inclusive, of this act, unless the context otherwise requires:

(1) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Consumer Protection;

(2) "Certified shorthand reporter" means any person who holds a certification to practice shorthand reporting in this state under the authority of sections 1 to 6, inclusive, of this act; and

(3) "Shorthand reporting" means making a verbatim record of the spoken word by the use of written symbols, either manually or by the use of a stenotype machine or computer-aided stenotype transcription machine, for the purpose of reporting arbitration proceedings, administrative hearings, depositions or other proceedings or matters for the use of the courts of this state.

Sec. 2. (NEW) (Effective January 1, 2018) On and after the effective date of this section, no person shall use the title "shorthand reporter", "court reporter" or similar designation, or display or use any words, letters, figures, title, advertisement or other device to indicate that such person is a shorthand reporter, or engage in the practice of shorthand reporting for compensation in this state, unless such person is certified in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to 6, inclusive, of this act, except as provided in section 5 of this act.

Sec. 3. (NEW) (Effective January 1, 2018) (a) Any person seeking a certification under the provisions of sections 1 to 6, inclusive, of this act shall apply to the commissioner, in writing, on a form provided by the commissioner. Such application shall include the applicant's name, residence address, business address and such other information as the commissioner may require.

(b) Each application for a certification under the provisions of sections 1 to 6, inclusive, of this act shall be accompanied by a nonrefundable application fee of one hundred dollars and a certification fee of one hundred ninety dollars. The fee for the renewal of any certification issued under the provisions of sections 1 to 6, inclusive, shall be one hundred ninety dollars.

Sec. 4. (NEW) (Effective January 1, 2018) (a) No person shall receive a certification under the provisions of sections 1 to 6, inclusive, until such person has passed an examination which shall be substantially similar to the examination of the National Court Reporters Association, or has submitted evidence satisfactory to the Department of Consumer Protection that such person is a Registered Professional Reporter of the National Court Reporters Association or its equivalent.

(b) If the applicant satisfies the requirements of this section and pays the fee required by section 3 of this act, the commissioner shall issue a certification to the applicant, showing that the person named in such certification is entitled to engage in the practice of shorthand reporting in this state in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to 6, inclusive, of this act. Any such certification shall be valid for a period of three years.

(c) Any certification issued under the provisions of sections 1 to 6, inclusive, of this act upon payment of the required fee may be renewed for a period of three years.

(d) A person who has failed to renew such certification for a period of over two years from the date of expiration of such certification shall have it reinstated only upon complying with the examination requirements of this section.

(e) Notwithstanding the provision of subsection (d) of this section, upon application and fee, the commissioner may reinstate a lapsed certification without examination, provided such application for reinstatement is accompanied by a notarized letter and supporting documentation attesting to the applicant's related experience in the field of shorthand reporting or similar work practice satisfactory to the commissioner from the time he or she had let such certification lapse. Such applicant, upon approval by the commissioner, shall pay all back certification and late fees.

Sec. 5. (NEW) (Effective January 1, 2018) The provisions of sections 1 to 6, inclusive, shall not apply to: (1) Any person who is employed by this state as a court reporter or shorthand reporter, whether compensated on a salary or a per diem basis, but only to the extent such person performs such court reporting or shorthand reporting in the course of such person's employment with the state; and (2) any person who is employed by the United States as a court reporter for the federal courts located in this state.

Sec. 6. (NEW) (Effective January 1, 2018) (a) The commissioner, after a hearing conducted in accordance with chapter 54 of the general statutes, may suspend or revoke the certification of a shorthand reporter if the holder of such certification: (1) Has been convicted of a felony, subject to the provisions of section 46a-80 of the general statutes, or (2) has been found by the commissioner to have knowingly made a false, misleading or deceptive representation relating to his or her work as a shorthand reporter.

(b) Any person who has had a certification suspended or revoked pursuant to subsection (a) of this section may reapply to the commissioner for reinstatement of such person's certification immediately after the certification suspension period has elapsed or not earlier than ninety days after the certification has been revoked.

(c) In addition to any action that may be taken by the commissioner pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, the commissioner may suspend or revoke the certification of a shorthand reporter for:

(1) Failing to deliver a transcript to a client or a court in a timely manner;

(2) Producing an incomplete transcript, except upon the order of a court, agreement of the parties or request of a party;

(3) Failing to charge all parties or their attorneys the same rate for like services performed in a proceeding, including any charge for a copy of the transcript;

(4) Failing to notify all parties or their attorneys of a request for all or part of a transcript in sufficient time for copies to be prepared and delivered to such parties or attorneys simultaneously with the delivery of the original request;

(5) (A) Giving, directly or indirectly, any gift, incentive, reward or other thing of value to an attorney, the attorney's clients, or the representatives or agents of such attorney or clients, or (B) directly or indirectly benefiting from any gift or being employed as a result of any incentive, reward or other thing of value given by any person to an attorney, the attorney's clients, or the representatives or agents of such attorney or clients;

(6) The reporting of any proceeding where the certified shorthand reporter is a relative of a party to the proceeding or an attorney representing a party to the proceeding within the second degree by affinity or consanguinity;

(7) The reporting of any proceeding where the certified shorthand reporter has a financial interest in the proceeding or is associated with a firm which has a financial interest in the proceeding; or

(8) Producing a materially inaccurate transcript.

(d) A shorthand reporter certified pursuant to this chapter shall display his or her shorthand reporter certified number on any business card, stationery, transcript, advertisement or other document used by such reporter and pertaining to his or her practice of shorthand reporting.

(e) The commissioner may, after a hearing conducted in accordance with chapter 54 of the general statutes, impose a civil penalty of not more than one thousand dollars on any person who violates any provision of this chapter or any person who wilfully employs or supplies for employment or as an independent contractor a person who engages in the practice of shorthand reporting in this state in violation of section 2 of this act."

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

Section 1

January 1, 2018

New section

Sec. 2

January 1, 2018

New section

Sec. 3

January 1, 2018

New section

Sec. 4

January 1, 2018

New section

Sec. 5

January 1, 2018

New section

Sec. 6

January 1, 2018

New section

The bill was discussed by Representative Smith of the 108th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 12:08 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 147

Necessary for Passage 74

Those voting Yea 147

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 4

On a roll call vote House Bill No. 7071 as amended by House Amendment Schedule "A" was passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

Y

   

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

Y

   

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

Y

   

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

Y

   

FISHBEIN

   

X

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

   

X

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

   

X

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED TEMPORARILY

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. Substitute for S.B. No. 586 (RAISED) (File No. 242) AN ACT EXPANDING MANDATED HEALTH BENEFITS FOR WOMEN, CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedules "A", "B").

The bill was explained by Representative Scanlon of the 98th.

The bill was discussed by Representatives Linehan of the 103rd, Luxenberg of the 12th and Sampson of the 80th.

Representative Ritter of the 1st District moved to pass over the matter temporarily.

On a voice vote the motion carried and Senate Bill No. 586 was passed temporarily.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill passed.

JUDICIARY. Substitute for S.B. No. 445 (RAISED) (File No. 519) AN ACT CONCERNING FAIRNESS IN PHARMACY AND PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGER CONTRACTS. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

The bill was explained by Representative Steinberg of the 136th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 7774) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Srinivasan of the 31st.

DEPUTY SPEAKER MORIN IN THE CHAIR

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representative Steinberg of the 136th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8614) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Petit of the 22nd.

SPEAKER ARESIMOWICZ IN THE CHAIR

The amendment was further discussed by Representative Srinivasan of the 31st.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The following is House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8614):

Strike section 4 in its entirety and insert the following in lieu thereof:

"Sec. 4. Section 19a-904c of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2017):

(a) For purposes of this section:

(1) "Bidirectional connectivity" means the ability of a hospital's electronic health record system to electronically send and receive electronic health records;

[(1)] (2) "Electronic health record" means any computerized, digital or other electronic record of individual health-related information that is created, held, managed or consulted by a health care provider and may include, but need not be limited to, continuity of care documents, admission, discharge [summaries] or transfer records, and other information or data relating to [patient] a patient's medical history or treatment, including, but not limited to, demographics, [medical history,] medication, allergies, immunizations, laboratory test results, radiology or other diagnostic images, vital signs and statistics;

[(2)] (3) "Electronic health record system" means a computer-based information system that is used to create, collect, store, manipulate, share, exchange or make available electronic health records for the purpose of the delivery of patient care;

[(3)] (4) "Health care provider" means any individual, corporation, facility or institution licensed by the state to provide health care services; [and]

(5) "Hospital" has the same meaning as in section 19a-490d; and

[(4)] (6) "Secure exchange" means the exchange of patient electronic health records between a hospital and a health care provider in a manner that complies with all state and federal privacy requirements, including, but not limited to, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-191) (HIPAA), as amended from time to time.

(b) Each hospital licensed under chapter 368v shall, to the fullest extent practicable [,] (1) use its electronic health records system to enable bidirectional connectivity and provide for the secure exchange of patient electronic health records between the hospital and any other health care provider who [(1)] maintains an electronic health records system capable of exchanging such records [,] and [(2)] provides health care services to a patient whose records are the subject of the exchange, and (2) send or receive an electronic health record in accordance with the provisions of this subsection upon the request of a patient or, with the consent and authorization of the patient, a patient's health care provider, provided the transfer or receipt of the electronic health record constitutes a secure exchange and does not violate any state or federal law or regulation or constitute an identifiable and legitimate security or privacy risk. If the hospital has reason to believe that the transfer of an electronic health record under subdivision (2) of this subsection would violate a state or federal law or regulation or constitute an identifiable and legitimate security or privacy risk, the hospital shall notify the patient or health care provider who made the request.

(c) The requirements of this section apply to [at least the following: (A)] electronic health records that include, but are not limited to: (1) Laboratory and diagnostic tests; [(B)] (2) radiological and other diagnostic imaging; [(C)] (3) continuity of care documents; and [(D)] (4) admission, discharge [notifications and] or transfer documents.

[(c)] (d) Each hospital shall implement the use of any hardware, software, bandwidth or program functions or settings already purchased or available to it to support the secure exchange of electronic health records and information as described in [subsection] subsections (b) and (c) of this section.

[(d)] (e) Nothing in this section shall be construed as requiring a hospital to pay for, install, construct or build any new or additional information technology, equipment, hardware or software, including interfaces, where such additional items are necessary to enable such exchange.

[(e)] (f) The failure of a hospital to take all reasonable steps to comply with this section shall constitute evidence of health information blocking pursuant to section 19a-904d.

[(f)] (g) A hospital that connects to, and actively participates in, the State-wide Health Information Exchange, established pursuant to section 17b-59d shall be deemed to have satisfied the requirements of this section."

Strike section 5 in its entirety and insert the following in lieu thereof:

"Sec. 5. Section 19a-508c of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2017):

(a) As used in this section:

(1) "Affiliated provider" means a provider that is: (A) Employed by a hospital or health system, (B) under a professional services agreement with a hospital or health system that permits such hospital or health system to bill on behalf of such provider, or (C) a clinical faculty member of a medical school, as defined in section 33-182aa, that is affiliated with a hospital or health system in a manner that permits such hospital or health system to bill on behalf of such clinical faculty member;

(2) "Campus" means: (A) The physical area immediately adjacent to a hospital's main buildings and other areas and structures that are not strictly contiguous to the main buildings but are located within two hundred fifty yards of the main buildings, or (B) any other area that has been determined on an individual case basis by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to be part of a hospital's campus;

(3) "Facility fee" means any fee charged or billed by a hospital or health system for outpatient [hospital] services provided in a hospital-based facility that is: (A) Intended to compensate the hospital or health system for the operational expenses of the hospital or health system, and (B) separate and distinct from a professional fee;

(4) "Health system" means: (A) A parent corporation of one or more hospitals and any entity affiliated with such parent corporation through ownership, governance, membership or other means, or (B) a hospital and any entity affiliated with such hospital through ownership, governance, membership or other means;

(5) "Hospital" has the same meaning as provided in section 19a-490;

(6) "Hospital-based facility" means a facility that is owned or operated, in whole or in part, by a hospital or health system where hospital or professional medical services are provided;

(7) "Professional fee" means any fee charged or billed by a provider for professional medical services provided in a hospital-based facility; and

(8) "Provider" means an individual, entity, corporation or health care provider, whether for profit or nonprofit, whose primary purpose is to provide professional medical services.

(b) If a hospital or health system charges a facility fee utilizing a current procedural terminology evaluation and management (CPT E/M) code for outpatient services provided at a hospital-based facility where a professional fee is also expected to be charged, the hospital or health system shall provide the patient with a written notice that includes the following information:

(1) That the hospital-based facility is part of a hospital or health system and that the hospital or health system charges a facility fee that is in addition to and separate from the professional fee charged by the provider;

(2) (A) The amount of the patient's potential financial liability, including any facility fee likely to be charged, and, where professional medical services are provided by an affiliated provider, any professional fee likely to be charged, or, if the exact type and extent of the professional medical services needed are not known or the terms of a patient's health insurance coverage are not known with reasonable certainty, an estimate of the patient's financial liability based on typical or average charges for visits to the hospital-based facility, including the facility fee, (B) a statement that the patient's actual financial liability will depend on the professional medical services actually provided to the patient, [and] (C) an explanation that the patient may incur financial liability that is greater than the patient would incur if the professional medical services were not provided by a hospital-based facility, and (D) a telephone number the patient may call for additional information regarding such patient's potential financial liability, including an estimate of the facility fee likely to be charged based on the scheduled professional medical services; and

(3) That a patient covered by a health insurance policy should contact the health insurer for additional information regarding the hospital's or health system's charges and fees, including the patient's potential financial liability, if any, for such charges and fees.

(c) If a hospital or health system charges a facility fee without utilizing a current procedural terminology evaluation and management (CPT E/M) code for outpatient services provided at a hospital-based facility, located outside the hospital campus, the hospital or health system shall provide the patient with a written notice that includes the following information:

(1) That the hospital-based facility is part of a hospital or health system and that the hospital or health system charges a facility fee that may be in addition to and separate from the professional fee charged by a provider;

(2) (A) A statement that the patient's actual financial liability will depend on the professional medical services actually provided to the patient, [and] (B) an explanation that the patient may incur financial liability that is greater than the patient would incur if the hospital-based facility was not hospital-based, and (C) a telephone number the patient may call for additional information regarding such patient's potential financial liability, including an estimate of the facility fee likely to be charged based on the scheduled professional medical services; and

(3) That a patient covered by a health insurance policy should contact the health insurer for additional information regarding the hospital's or health system's charges and fees, including the patient's potential financial liability, if any, for such charges and fees.

(d) On and after January 1, 2016, each initial billing statement that includes a facility fee shall: (1) Clearly identify the fee as a facility fee that is billed in addition to, or separately from, any professional fee billed by the provider; (2) provide the corresponding Medicare facility fee reimbursement rate for the same service as a comparison or, if there is no corresponding Medicare facility fee for such service, (A) the approximate amount Medicare would have paid the hospital for the facility fee on the billing statement, or (B) the percentage of the hospital's charges that Medicare would have paid the hospital for the facility fee; (3) include a statement that the facility fee is intended to cover the hospital's or health system's operational expenses; (4) inform the patient that the patient's financial liability may have been less if the services had been provided at a facility not owned or operated by the hospital or health system; and (5) include written notice of the patient's right to request a reduction in the facility fee or any other portion of the bill and a telephone number that the patient may use to request such a reduction without regard to whether such patient qualifies for, or is likely to be granted, any reduction.

(e) The written notice described in subsections (b) to (d), inclusive, and (h) to (j), inclusive, of this section shall be in plain language and in a form that may be reasonably understood by a patient who does not possess special knowledge regarding hospital or health system facility fee charges.

(f) (1) For nonemergency care, if a patient's appointment is scheduled to occur ten or more days after the appointment is made, such written notice shall be sent to the patient by first class mail, encrypted electronic mail or a secure patient Internet portal not less than three days after the appointment is made. If an appointment is scheduled to occur less than ten days after the appointment is made or if the patient arrives without an appointment, such notice shall be hand-delivered to the patient when the patient arrives at the hospital-based facility.

(2) For emergency care, such written notice shall be provided to the patient as soon as practicable after the patient is stabilized in accordance with the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, 42 USC 1395dd, as amended from time to time, or is determined not to have an emergency medical condition and before the patient leaves the hospital-based facility. If the patient is unconscious, under great duress or for any other reason unable to read the notice and understand and act on his or her rights, the notice shall be provided to the patient's representative as soon as practicable.

(g) Subsections (b) to (f), inclusive, and [(k)] (l) of this section shall not apply if a patient is insured by Medicare or Medicaid or is receiving services under a workers' compensation plan established to provide medical services pursuant to chapter 568.

(h) A hospital-based facility shall prominently display written notice in locations that are readily accessible to and visible by patients, including patient waiting areas, stating: [that: (1) The] (1) That the hospital-based facility is part of a hospital or health system, [and] (2) the name of the hospital or health system, and (3) that if the hospital-based facility charges a facility fee, the patient may incur a financial liability greater than the patient would incur if the hospital-based facility was not hospital-based.

(i) A hospital-based facility shall clearly hold itself out to the public and payers as being hospital-based, including, at a minimum, by stating the name of the hospital or health system in its signage, marketing materials, Internet web sites and stationery.

(j) A hospital-based facility shall, when scheduling services for which a facility fee may be charged, inform the patient (1) that the hospital-based facility is part of a hospital or health system, (2) of the name of the hospital or health system, (3) that the hospital or health system may charge a facility fee in addition to and separate from the professional fee charged by the provider, and (4) of the telephone number the patient may call for additional information regarding such patient's potential financial liability.

[(j)] (k) (1) On and after January 1, 2016, if any transaction, as described in subsection (c) of section 19a-486i, results in the establishment of a hospital-based facility at which facility fees will likely be billed, the hospital or health system, that is the purchaser in such transaction shall, not later than thirty days after such transaction, provide written notice, by first class mail, of the transaction to each patient served within the previous three years by the health care facility that has been purchased as part of such transaction.

(2) Such notice shall include the following information:

(A) A statement that the health care facility is now a hospital-based facility and is part of a hospital or health system;

(B) The name, business address and phone number of the hospital or health system that is the purchaser of the health care facility;

(C) A statement that the hospital-based facility bills, or is likely to bill, patients a facility fee that may be in addition to, and separate from, any professional fee billed by a health care provider at the hospital-based facility;

(D) (i) A statement that the patient's actual financial liability will depend on the professional medical services actually provided to the patient, and (ii) an explanation that the patient may incur financial liability that is greater than the patient would incur if the hospital-based facility were not a hospital-based facility;

(E) The estimated amount or range of amounts the hospital-based facility may bill for a facility fee or an example of the average facility fee billed at such hospital-based facility for the most common services provided at such hospital-based facility; and

(F) A statement that, prior to seeking services at such hospital-based facility, a patient covered by a health insurance policy should contact the patient's health insurer for additional information regarding the hospital-based facility fees, including the patient's potential financial liability, if any, for such fees.

(3) A copy of the written notice provided to patients in accordance with this subsection shall be filed with the Office of Health Care Access. Said office shall post a link to such notice on its Internet web site.

(4) A hospital, health system or hospital-based facility shall not collect a facility fee for services provided at a hospital-based facility that is subject to the provisions of this subsection from the date of the transaction until at least thirty days after the written notice required pursuant to this subsection is mailed to the patient or a copy of such notice is filed with the Office of Health Care Access, whichever is later. A violation of this subsection shall be considered an unfair trade practice pursuant to section 42-110b.

[(k)] (l) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, on and after January 1, 2017, no hospital, health system or hospital-based facility shall collect a facility fee for (1) outpatient health care services that use a current procedural terminology evaluation and management code and are provided at a hospital-based facility, other than a hospital emergency department, located off-site from a hospital campus, or (2) outpatient health care services, other than those provided in an emergency department located off-site from a hospital campus, received by a patient who is uninsured of more than the Medicare rate. Notwithstanding the provisions of this subsection, in circumstances when an insurance contract that is in effect on July 1, 2016, provides reimbursement for facility fees prohibited under the provisions of this section, a hospital or health system may continue to collect reimbursement from the health insurer for such facility fees until the date of expiration of such contract. A violation of this subsection shall be considered an unfair trade practice pursuant to chapter 735a.

[(l)] (m) (1) Each hospital and health system shall report not later than July 1, 2016, and annually thereafter to the Commissioner of Public Health concerning facility fees charged or billed during the preceding calendar year. Such report shall include (A) the name and location of each facility owned or operated by the hospital or health system that provides services for which a facility fee is charged or billed, (B) the number of patient visits at each such facility for which a facility fee was charged or billed, (C) the number, total amount and range of allowable facility fees paid at each such facility by Medicare, Medicaid or under private insurance policies, (D) for each facility, the total amount of revenue received by the hospital or health system derived from facility fees, (E) the total amount of revenue received by the hospital or health system from all facilities derived from facility fees, (F) a description of the ten procedures or services that generated the greatest amount of facility fee revenue and, for each such procedure or service, the total amount of revenue received by the hospital or health system derived from facility fees, and (G) the top ten procedures for which facility fees are charged based on patient volume. For purposes of this subsection, "facility" means a hospital-based facility that is located outside a hospital campus.

(2) The commissioner shall publish the information reported pursuant to subdivision (1) of this subsection, or post a link to such information, on the Internet web site of the Office of Health Care Access."

Strike section 6 in its entirety and renumber the remaining sections and internal references accordingly

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 1:49 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 149

Necessary for Passage 75

Those voting Yea 127

Those voting Nay 22

Those absent and not voting 2

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 445 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" and House Amendment Schedule "A" was passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

 

N

 

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

 

N

 

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

 

N

 

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

   

X

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

 

N

 

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

 

N

 

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

 

N

 

DUBITSKY

 

N

 

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

 

N

 

FERRARO

 

N

 

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

 

N

 

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

 

N

 

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

 

N

 

GREEN

 

N

 

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

 

N

 

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

         

N

 

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

 

N

 

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

 

N

 

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

 

N

 

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

 

N

 

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

 

N

 

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

IMMEDIATE TRANSMITTAL TO THE SENATE

JOINT RULE 17

On motion of Representative Ritter of the 1st District, all matters requiring further action by the Senate were transmitted to the Senate pursuant to Joint Rule 17.

RECESS

On motion of Representative D'Amelio of the 71st District, the House recessed at 1:53 o'clock p.m., to reconvene at the Call of the Chair.

AFTER RECESS

The House reconvened at 4:00 o'clock p.m., Deputy Speaker Gentile in the Chair.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill passed.

COMMERCE. Substitute for S.B. No. 959 (RAISED) (File No. 475) AN ACT CONCERNING AN INVENTORY OF THE STATE'S BIOSCIENCE EDUCATION PIPELINE. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

The bill was explained by Representative Simmons of the 144th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Yaccarino of the 87th.

The bill was further discussed by Representative Simmons of the 144th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 7943) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Yaccarino of the 87th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was further discussed by Representative Fishbein of the 90th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 4:17 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 148

Necessary for Passage 75

Those voting Yea 146

Those voting Nay 2

Those absent and not voting 3

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 959 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

Y

   

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

   

X

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

   

X

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

Y

   

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

RECESS

On motion of Representative Albis of the 99th District, the House recessed at 4:19 o'clock p.m., to reconvene at the Call of the Chair.

AFTER RECESS

The House reconvened at 6:15 o'clock p.m., Deputy Speaker Pro Tempore Godfrey in the Chair.

BUSINESS FROM THE SENATE

SUSPENSION OF THE RULES

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED TEMPORARILY

ENVIRONMENT. S.B. No. 943 (RAISED) (File No. 275) AN ACT CONCERNING THE INSTALLATION OF CERTAIN SOLAR FACILITIES ON PRODUCTIVE FARMLANDS.

Representative Albis of the 99th District moved for suspension of the rules for immediate consideration.

On a voice vote the motion carried.

The bill was explained by Representative Demicco of the 21st who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8437) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Harding of the 107th.

Representative Albis of the 99th District moved to pass over the matter temporarily.

On a voice vote the motion carried and Senate Bill No. 943 was passed temporarily.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED TEMPORARILY

PUBLIC HEALTH. Substitute for S.B. No. 317 (RAISED) (File No. 336) AN ACT CONCERNING A PILOT PROGRAM ALLOWING EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES PERSONNEL TO PROVIDE COMMUNITY-BASED HEALTH CARE SERVICES. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

The bill was explained by Representative Steinberg of the 136th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8234) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Srinivasan of the 31st.

Representative Albis of the 99th District moved to pass over the matter temporarily.

On a voice vote the motion carried and Senate Bill No. 317 was passed temporarily.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

SENATE BILLS PASSED

The following bills were taken from the table, read the third time, the reports of the committees indicated accepted and the bills passed.

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. Substitute for S.B. No. 1002 (RAISED) (File No. 622) AN ACT DESIGNATING VARIOUS DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS AND STATE SYMBOLS AND NAMING A STATE OFFICE COMPLEX. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedules "A", "B").

The bill was explained by Representative Fox of the 148th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 7934) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representatives Devlin of the 134th, Guerrera of the 29th and Genga of the 10th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representative Fox of the 148th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "B" (LCO 7649) and moved its adoption.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representative Sampson of the 80th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 6:59 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 149

Those voting Nay 1

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 1002 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedules "A" and "B" was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

Y

   

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

Y

   

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

Y

   

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

Y

   

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

 

N

 

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

PUBLIC HEALTH. Substitute for S.B. No. 796 (RAISED) (File No. 482) AN ACT CONCERNING THE USE OF RESPECTFUL AND PERSON-FIRST LANGUAGE. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

The bill was explained by Representative Steinberg of the 136th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8612) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Srinivasan of the 31st.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 7:11 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 138

Those voting Nay 12

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 796 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

 

N

 

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

 

N

 

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

 

N

 

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

 

N

 

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

 

N

 

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

 

N

 

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

 

N

 

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

 

N

 

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

 

N

 

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

 

N

 

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

JUDICIARY. Substitute for S.B. No. 1022 (RAISED) (File No. 697) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A PILOT PROGRAM TO PROVIDE ENHANCED COMMUNITY SERVICES TO THOSE IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.

The bill was explained by Representative Tong of the 147th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Rebimbas of the 70th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 7:18 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 150

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 1022 was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

Y

   

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

Y

   

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

Y

   

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

Y

   

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

ENVIRONMENT. S.B. No. 943 (RAISED) (File No. 275) AN ACT CONCERNING THE INSTALLATION OF CERTAIN SOLAR FACILITIES ON PRODUCTIVE FARMLANDS.

Representative Zupkus of the 89th District absented herself from the Chamber due to a possible conflict of interest.

The bill which was passed over temporarily earlier today was explained by Representative Demicco of the 21st who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8437 - designated earlier today) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representatives Harding of the 107th and Hoydick of the 120th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representative Hoydick of the 120th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8962) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representatives McCarty of the 38th, Cheeseman of the 37th and Klarides of the 114th.

Representative Hoydick of the 120th then withdrew House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8962).

The bill was further discussed by Representatives Dubitsky of the 47th and Dunsby of the 135th.

DEPUTY SPEAKER GENTILE IN THE CHAIR

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 7:59 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 149

Necessary for Passage 75

Those voting Yea 134

Those voting Nay 15

Those absent and not voting 2

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 943 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

 

N

 

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

 

N

 

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

Y

   

SAMPSON

 

N

 

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

 

N

 

SANCHEZ

Y

   

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

 

N

 

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

 

N

 

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

 

N

 

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

 

N

 

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

   

X

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

 

N

 

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

 

N

 

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

 

N

 

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

 

N

 

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

 

N

 

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

HOUSE BILL FAILED

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill failed.

JUDICIARY. H.B. No. 7216 (RAISED) (File No. 701) AN ACT CONCERNING FAMILY IMPACT STATEMENTS IN THE CASES OF DEFENDANTS WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN.

The bill was explained by Representative Stafstrom of the 129th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8669) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Rebimbas of the 70th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The following is House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8669):

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

"Section 1. (NEW) (Effective October 1, 2017) (a) Prior to sentencing a defendant convicted of a criminal offense for which a sentence of imprisonment may be imposed, the court shall permit the defendant to submit a family impact statement if the defendant is the parent or guardian of a minor child and has physical custody of the minor child. The court shall consider such family impact statement prior to pronouncing any sentence.

(b) A family impact statement submitted by a defendant pursuant to subsection (a) of this section may address the impact on the minor child and other family members that would result if the defendant is sentenced to a term of imprisonment, including, but not limited to, the impact on the financial needs of the child and other family members, the relationship between the defendant and the child, the availability of community and family support for the child, the defendant's employment history and available employment opportunities for the defendant. Such family impact statement may also include the defendant's statement regarding the programs available to rehabilitate the defendant if the defendant is not sentenced to a term of imprisonment, the seriousness of the offense and the defendant's criminal history.

(c) Nothing in this section shall be construed as creating a basis for vacating a conviction or ground for appellate relief in a criminal case."

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

Section 1

October 1, 2017

New section

The bill was discussed by Representatives Smith of the 108th, Petit of the 22nd and Rebimbas of the 70th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 8:15 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 67

Those voting Nay 83

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote House Bill No. 7216 as amended by House Amendment Schedule "A" failed.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

N

 

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

 

N

 

CARNEY

 

N

 

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

 

N

 

CARPINO

 

N

 

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

 

N

 

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

 

N

 

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

 

N

 

CHEESEMAN

 

N

 

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

 

N

 

RILEY

 

N

 

CUMMINGS

 

N

 

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

 

N

 

D'AMELIO

 

N

 

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

 

N

 

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

 

N

 

DAVIS

 

N

 

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

 

N

 

ROSE

 

N

 

DELNICKI

 

N

 

SMITH

 

N

 

BOYD

 

N

 

ROVERO

 

N

 

DEVLIN

 

N

 

SREDZINSKI

 

N

 

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

 

N

 

DUBITSKY

 

N

 

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

 

N

 

DUFF

 

N

 

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

 

N

 

DUNSBY

 

N

 

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

 

N

 

FERGUSON

 

N

 

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

 

N

 

FERRARO

 

N

 

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

 

N

 

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

 

N

 

FLOREN

 

N

 

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

 

N

 

FRANCE

 

N

 

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

 

N

 

FREY

 

N

 

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

 

N

 

FUSCO

 

N

 

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

 

N

 

GREEN

 

N

 

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

 

N

 

HALL, C.

 

N

 

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

 

N

 

HARDING

 

N

 

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

 

N

 

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

 

N

 

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

 

N

 

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

 

N

 

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

 

N

 

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

 

N

 

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

 

N

 

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

         

N

 

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

         

N

 

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

 

N

 

ACKERT

 

N

 

MACLACHLAN

       
 

N

 

LINEHAN

 

N

 

BELSITO

 

N

 

MCCARTY, K.

 

N

 

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

 

N

 

BETTS

 

N

 

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

 

N

 

BOCCHINO

 

N

 

O'DEA

 

N

 

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

 

N

 

BOLINSKY

 

N

 

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

 

N

 

BUCKBEE

 

N

 

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

 

N

 

BYRON

 

N

 

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

 

N

 

CAMILLO

 

N

 

PERILLO

 

N

 

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

 

N

 

CANDELORA, V.

 

N

 

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

DEPUTY SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE GODFREY IN THE CHAIR

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. Substitute for H.B. No. 5111 (RAISED) (File No. 575) AN ACT CONCERNING ELECTION DAY REGISTRATION LOCATIONS.

The bill was explained by Representative Fox of the 148th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Devlin of the 134th.

On motion of Representative Fox of the 148th District, House Bill No. 5111 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED TEMPORARILY

ENVIRONMENT. S.B. No. 605 (RAISED) (File No. 436) AN ACT REQUIRING LOCAL APPROVAL OF CERTAIN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AT SILVER SANDS STATE PARK. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

The bill was explained by Representative Rose of the 118th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 6805) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Harding of the 107th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representatives Harding of the 107 and Mushinsky of the 85th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8916) moved its adoption and further moved that when the vote be taken it be taken by roll call.

The amendment was discussed by Representatives Fishbein of the 90th, Ziobron of the 34th, Ferraro of the 117th, Rose of the 118th, Smith of the 108th and Slap of the 19th.

Representative Ritter of the 1st District moved to pass over the matter temporarily.

On a voice vote the motion carried and Senate Bill No. 605 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" was passed temporarily.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

SENATE BILLS PASSED

The following bills were taken from the table, read the third time, the reports of the committees indicated accepted and the bills passed.

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. Substitute for S.B. No. 991 (RAISED) (File No. 620) AN ACT MAKING REVISIONS TO STATUTES CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

The bill was explained by Representative Fox of the 148th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8436) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Devlin of the 134th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representative Fox of the 148th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8802) and moved its adoption.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The following is House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8802):

Strike sections 7 and 8 in their entirety and renumber the remaining sections and internal references accordingly

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 8:43 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 148

Necessary for Passage 75

Those voting Yea 132

Those voting Nay 16

Those absent and not voting 3

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 991 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" and House Amendment Schedule "A" was passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

 

N

 

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

Y

   

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

 

N

 

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

 

N

 

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

 

N

 

SANCHEZ

Y

   

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

 

N

 

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

 

N

 

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

Y

   

FISHBEIN

 

N

 

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

 

N

 

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

   

X

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

 

N

 

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

 

N

 

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       
 

N

 

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       
 

N

 

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

 

N

 

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       
 

N

 

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       
 

N

 

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

   

X

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

 

N

 

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

COMMERCE. Substitute for S.B. No. 963 (RAISED) (File No. 444) AN ACT CONCERNING EDUCATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES RELATING TO MANUFACTURING. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

The bill was explained by Representative Simmons of the 144th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 6965) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Yaccarino of the 87th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representative Yaccarino of the 87th.

The bill was further discussed by Representative Simmons of the 144th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8341) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Yaccarino of the 87th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The following is House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8341):

Strike section 1 in its entirety and insert the following in lieu thereof:

"Section 1. (NEW) (Effective October 1, 2017) (a) Not later than July 1, 2018, the Commissioner of Energy and Environmental Protection shall, in accordance with chapter 54 of the general statutes, issue a notice of intent to adopt regulations consistent with the Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule, as published in the Federal Register of November 28, 2016, except for any proposed modifications deemed necessary by the commissioner, in accordance with subsection (h) of section 22a-6 of the general statutes.

(b) If the commissioner is unable to fully comply with the provisions of subsection (a) of this section before July 1, 2018, the commissioner shall submit a report, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to commerce not later than August 1, 2018. Such report shall include an updated timeframe for the adoption of such regulations and a summary of any public comment received by the commissioner during the process to issue the notice of intent described in subsection (a) of this section."

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

Section 1

October 1, 2017

New section

The bill was discussed by Representative Mushinsky of the 85th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 8:53 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 149

Necessary for Passage 75

Those voting Yea 148

Those voting Nay 1

Those absent and not voting 2

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 963 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" and House Amendment Schedule "A" was passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

Y

   

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

Y

   

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

Y

   

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

Y

   

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

 

N

 

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

   

X

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

ENVIRONMENT. Substitute for S.B. No. 129 (RAISED) (File No. 61) AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE TAKING OF MUSHROOMS AT STATE PARKS AND ON OTHER STATE PROPERTY.

The bill was explained by Representative Demicco of the 21st.

The bill was discussed by Representative Harding of the 107th.

On motion of Representative Demicco of the 21st District, Senate Bill No. 129 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS FROM THE SENATE

SUSPENSION OF THE RULES

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill passed.

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. Substitute for S.B. No. 966 (RAISED) (File No. 476) AN ACT CONCERNING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

Representative Albis of the 99th District moved for suspension of the rules for immediate consideration.

On a voice vote the motion carried.

The bill was explained by Representative Simmons of the 144th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8723) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Yaccarino of the 87th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representatives Yaccarino of the 87th and Ziobron of the 34th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 9:03 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 149

Necessary for Passage 75

Those voting Yea 134

Those voting Nay 15

Those absent and not voting 2

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 966 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

 

N

 

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

 

N

 

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

 

N

 

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

 

N

 

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

 

N

 

DUBITSKY

 

N

 

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

 

N

 

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

 

N

 

FRANCE

 

N

 

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

 

N

 

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

 

N

 

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

 

N

 

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

   

X

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

 

N

 

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

SENATE BILLS PASSED

The following bills were taken from the table, read the third time, the reports of the committees indicated accepted and the bills passed.

COMMERCE. Substitute for S.B. No. 820 (RAISED) (File No. 408) AN ACT CONCERNING ELIGIBILITY OF PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS UNDER THE SMALL BUSINESS EXPRESS PROGRAM. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

The bill was explained by Representative Reyes of the 75th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 7233) and moved its adoption.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representatives Petit of the 22nd and Reyes of the 75th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8710) and moved adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representatives Fishbein of the 90th, Dubitsky of the 47th and Yaccarino of the 87th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The following is House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8710):

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

"Section 1. (Effective from passage) Not later than February 1, 2018, the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development, in consultation with the Connecticut State Medical Society, shall review the application process for the Small Business Express program, established under section 32-7g of the general statutes, to ensure that said program facilitates the participation of physicians and physician's offices in the program and, if necessary, modify such application process to facilitate and reduce unnecessary barriers to physicians' and physician's offices' participation in the program."

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

Section 1

from passage

New section

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 9:18 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 149

Those voting Nay 1

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 820 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" and House Amendment Schedule "A" was passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

Y

   

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

Y

   

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

Y

   

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

SPEAKER ARESIMOWICZ IN THE CHAIR

DEPUTY SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE GODFREY IN THE CHAIR

APPROPRIATIONS. Substitute for S.B. No. 821 (RAISED) (File No. 204) AN ACT CONCERNING ROOFING, WINDOW AND SIDING CONSUMER WARRANTIES AND POST-SALE WARRANTY WORK REIMBURSEMENT FOR POWER EQUIPMENT DEALERS. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A").

The bill was explained by Representative Baram of the 15th who offered Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 6833) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representatives Smith of the 108th, Dubitsky of the 47th, MacLachlan of the 35th, Ackert of the 8th, Wilson of the 66th and Bolinsky of the 106th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The bill was discussed by Representatives Ackert of the 8th and Dubitsky of the 47th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 9:58 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 80

Those voting Nay 70

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 821 as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

 

N

 

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

 

N

 

CARPINO

 

N

 

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

 

N

 

REED

Y

   

CASE

 

N

 

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

 

N

 

CHEESEMAN

 

N

 

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

 

N

 

CUMMINGS

 

N

 

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

 

N

 

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

 

N

 

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

 

N

 

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

 

N

 

DAVIS

 

N

 

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

 

N

 

BOYD

 

N

 

ROVERO

 

N

 

DEVLIN

 

N

 

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

 

N

 

SANCHEZ

 

N

 

DUBITSKY

 

N

 

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

 

N

 

DUFF

 

N

 

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

 

N

 

DUNSBY

 

N

 

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

 

N

 

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

 

N

 

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

 

N

 

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

 

N

 

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

 

N

 

VAIL

 

N

 

DILLON

 

N

 

SLAP

 

N

 

FLOREN

 

N

 

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

 

N

 

FRANCE

 

N

 

WILSON

 

N

 

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

 

N

 

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

 

N

 

FUSCO

 

N

 

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

 

N

 

STEINBERG

 

N

 

GREEN

 

N

 

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

 

N

 

TERCYAK

 

N

 

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

 

N

 

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

 

N

 

HARDING

 

N

 

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

 

N

 

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

 

N

 

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

 

N

 

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

 

N

 

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

 

N

 

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

         

N

 

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

         

N

 

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

 

N

 

ACKERT

 

N

 

MACLACHLAN

       
 

N

 

LINEHAN

 

N

 

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

 

N

 

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

 

N

 

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

 

N

 

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

 

N

 

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

 

N

 

MCGEE

 

N

 

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

 

N

 

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

 

N

 

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

 

N

 

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. H.B. No. 7318 (RAISED) (File No. 735) AN ACT CONCERNING THE FAILURE TO FILE FOR CERTAIN GRAND LIST EXEMPTIONS.

The bill was explained by Representative Rojas of the 9th who offered House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8973) and moved its adoption.

The amendment was discussed by Representative Davis of the 57th.

On a voice vote the amendment was adopted.

The following is House Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8973):

After the last section, add the following and renumber sections and internal references accordingly:

"Sec. 501. Section 8-214d of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2017):

(a) The state, acting by and in the discretion of the Commissioner of Housing, may contract with a nonprofit corporation for state financial assistance in the form of a state grant-in-aid, loan or deferred loan to such corporation on such terms and conditions as the commissioner may prescribe. Such grant-in-aid, loan or deferred loan shall be used by such corporation to acquire, hold, [and] manage and convey title to or transfer interests in, real property for the purpose of providing for existing and future housing needs of very low, low and moderate income families. In the case of a deferred loan, the contract shall require that payments on interest are due currently but that payments on principal may be made at a later time. The commissioner may prescribe the terms and conditions (1) by which real property acquired under this section shall be either held for the existing and future housing needs of very low, low and moderate income families or placed in a community land trust, [except that such] or (2) by which title to such real property shall be conveyed or interests in such property shall be transferred, for the purpose of providing for existing and future housing needs of very low, low and moderate income families, which purpose may include the development of (A) multifamily dwellings in which a portion of the units are not subject to income or rent restrictions, or (B) single-family dwellings that are not subject to income or rent restrictions. Such terms and conditions, in the discretion of the commissioner and with the approval of the State Bond Commission, may be subordinated in the case of a subsequent first mortgage or a requirement of a governmental program relating to such real property. Ancillary housing-related services may be located on such real property. The commissioner shall give notice of an application for financial assistance under this section which would complete a partially constructed housing development to the chief executive official of the municipality in which the real property is located. A nonprofit corporation holding title to such real property, with or without structures, may lease such real property to very low, low and moderate income families, limited equity cooperatives or other corporations, provided [that] the terms of any such lease shall require that such real property be developed and used solely for the purpose of housing for very low, low and moderate income families. The lessee may hold title to any building or improvement situated on real property acquired with financial assistance made under this section, provided the nonprofit corporation holding title to such real property shall have first option to purchase any building or improvement that the lessee may place on such real property at a below-market price set forth in such lease. The legitimate heirs of any such lessee shall have the right under such lease to assume the lease upon the death of such lessee if the lessee is a natural person and if such heirs agree to make the leased premises their principal residence.

(b) A nonprofit corporation holding title to real property acquired with state financial assistance made under this section may convey title to [structures and improvements situated upon] or transfer interests in such real property to very low, low and moderate income families, limited equity cooperatives or other corporations, provided (1) the terms and conditions of any instrument conveying such title requires that [such] any structures and improvements situated upon such real property be developed and used solely for the purpose of housing for very low, low or moderate income families, [except that such] which may include the development of multifamily dwellings in which a portion of the units are not subject to income or rent restrictions. Such terms and conditions, in the discretion of the commissioner and with the approval of the State Bond Commission, may be subordinated in the case of a subsequent first mortgage or a requirement of a governmental program relating to such real property, (2) [the nonprofit corporation retains title to the real property upon which such structures and improvements are situated] such title is conveyed or such interest is transferred in accordance with written policies of the nonprofit corporation governing conveyances of title and transfers of interest in real property, and (3) the nonprofit corporation shall have first option to purchase any structures and improvements transferred at a below-market price agreed to at the time of such transfer. A nonprofit corporation holding title to real property acquired with state financial assistance made under this section for which a declaration of condominium has been filed may transfer the units in such condominium to (A) another eligible nonprofit corporation as determined by the commissioner, or (B) very low, low or moderate income families in accordance with chapter 828, subject to deed restrictions, acceptable to the commissioner, requiring that the units be used solely for the purpose of housing for very low, low and moderate income families, provided in the case of a transfer under subparagraph (B) of this subdivision, the original nonprofit corporation shall have first option to purchase the unit at a below-market price agreed to at the time of acquisition of the unit by the family.

(c) (1) A nonprofit corporation existing on or after October 1, 1991, and holding title to real property acquired with state financial assistance made under this section may convey title to such real property, with the approval of the commissioner, to a community land trust corporation. (2) A nonprofit corporation holding title to real property which has been acquired with state financial assistance under this section for the existing and future needs of very low, low or moderate income families, may, with the approval of the commissioner and in accordance with its written policies governing conveyances of title, convey title to such real property to another nonprofit corporation or other entity. Any proceeds from the conveyance of title to such real property to such other entity shall be deposited in the Community Housing Land Bank and Land Trust Fund established under section 8-214c.

(d) A nonprofit corporation existing on or after October 1, 1991, and holding title to real property acquired with state financial assistance made under this section, may lease such real property, with the approval of the commissioner, to a partnership, as defined in section 34-301, or a limited partnership, as defined in section 34-9, provided the nonprofit corporation has a material role in such partnership or limited partnership. The terms of any such lease shall require that such real property be developed and used solely for the purpose of housing for very low, low and moderate income families. The lessee may hold title to any building or improvement situated on real property acquired with financial assistance made under this section, provided the nonprofit corporation holding title to such real property shall have first option to purchase any building or improvement that the lessee may place on such real property at a below-market price set forth in the lease.

(e) If a nonprofit corporation fails to develop the project in accordance with the development plan for the project and title to the land or interests in land acquired with state financial assistance under this section vests in the state pursuant to a default, foreclosure action, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, voluntary transfer, or other similar voluntary or compulsory action, the commissioner may, upon approval of the State Bond Commission, convey such land or interests in land to the municipality in which the land or interests in land is located. The municipality shall use the land or interests in land, or shall cause the land or interests in land to be used for, or in conjunction with, activities related to, or similar to, any program administered by the commissioner pursuant to state or federal law.

(f) The Commissioner of Housing shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, to carry out the purposes of sections 8-214b to 8-214e, inclusive. Such regulations shall include, without limitation, provisions concerning the terms and conditions of such grants-in-aid, loans or deferred loans and the conditions for approval of the articles of incorporation or basic documents of organization of a nonprofit corporation applying for assistance under said sections.

(g) As used in this section, housing-related services and facilities includes, but is not limited to, administrative, community, health, recreational, educational and child-care facilities relevant to an affordable housing development, as defined by the commissioner in regulations adopted in accordance with chapter 54.

(h) (1) On and after June 2, 2016, until January 1, 2017, the Commissioner of Housing may make a determination, based upon a full examination of the circumstances, that a nonprofit corporation is unable to develop or manage the land or interests in land acquired with state financial assistance under this section. Upon such a determination, the commissioner may cause title to the land or interests in land acquired with state financial assistance under this section to vest in the state by foreclosure, voluntary transfer or other similar voluntary or compulsory action, and the commissioner may take any action that is in the best interests of the state to convey, upon approval of the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, such land or interests in land, including, but not limited to, (A) transferring, or authorizing the transfer of, the land or interests in land to the low and moderate income families that reside on such land, (B) determining whether any restrictions in the deed or deeds for the land or interests in land shall be modified or removed prior to conveying such land or interests in land and authorizing such modifications or removals, or (C) establishing such terms and conditions for such conveyance as the commissioner deems appropriate under each particular transaction.

(2) The commissioner shall authorize the conveyance of land or interests in land under subdivision (1) of this subsection in no more than one location.

Sec. 502. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 12-62 of the general statutes or any other provision of the general statutes, any municipal charter, special act or home rule ordinance, the town of Orange shall not be required to implement a revaluation prior to the assessment year commencing on October 1, 2017, provided any decision not to implement a revaluation pursuant to this section is approved by the legislative body of such town. The rate maker, as defined in section 12-131 of the general statutes, in such town may prepare new rate bills pursuant to the provisions of chapter 204 of the general statutes in order to carry out the provisions of this section. Any required revaluation subsequent to any delayed implementation of a revaluation pursuant to this section shall be implemented in accordance with the provisions of section 12-62 of the general statutes. Such subsequent revaluation shall recommence at the point in the schedule required pursuant to section 12-62 of the general statutes where such town was prior to such delay."

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

Sec. 501

October 1, 2017

8-214d

Sec. 502

from passage

New section

On motion of Representative Rojas of the 9th District, House Bill No. 7318 as amended by House Amendment Schedule "A" was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

BILLS PASSED

On motion of Representative Albis of the 99th District, the following bills on the Consent Calendar which were starred for action were passed in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules:

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. Substitute for H.B. No. 5111 (RAISED) (File No. 575) AN ACT CONCERNING ELECTION DAY REGISTRATION LOCATIONS.

ENVIRONMENT. Substitute for S.B. No. 129 (RAISED) (File No. 61) AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE TAKING OF MUSHROOMS AT STATE PARKS AND ON OTHER STATE PROPERTY. (In concurrence with the Senate.)

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. H.B. No. 7318 (RAISED) (File No. 735) AN ACT CONCERNING THE FAILURE TO FILE FOR CERTAIN GRAND LIST EXEMPTIONS.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 10:06 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 150

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote the bills were passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

Y

   

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

Y

   

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

Y

   

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

Y

   

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

Y

   

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

IMMEDIATE TRANSMITTAL TO THE SENATE

JOINT RULE 17

On motion of Representative Albis of the 99th District, all matters requiring further action by the Senate were transmitted to the Senate pursuant to Joint Rule 17.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

JUDICIARY. Substitute for S.B. No. 979 (RAISED) (File No. 674) AN ACT CONCERNING NOTIFICATION TO SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION OF RESTRAINING ORDERS, CIVIL PROTECTION ORDERS AND STANDING CRIMINAL PROTECTIVE ORDERS AFFECTING STUDENTS.

The bill was explained by Representative Stafstrom of the 129th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Rebimbas of the 70th.

On motion of Representative Stafstrom of the 129th District, Senate Bill No. 979 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

COMMERCE. Substitute for S.B. No. 961 (RAISED) (File No. 376) AN ACT CONCERNING STATE HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND THE RELOCATION OF BUSINESSES RECEIVING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE STATE.

The bill was explained by Representative Simmons of the 144th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Yaccarino of the 87th.

On motion of Representative Simmons of the 144th District, Senate Bill No. 961 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill passed.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT. Substitute for S.B. No. 922 (RAISED) (File No. 529) AN ACT CONCERNING TEMPORARY HEALTH CARE STRUCTURES.

The bill was explained by Representative Lemar of the 96th.

The bill was discussed by Representatives Zawistowski of the 61st and Dubitsky of the 47th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 10:15 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 142

Those voting Nay 8

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 922 was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

Y

   

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

Y

   

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

 

N

 

SMITH

 

N

 

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

 

N

 

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

 

N

 

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

 

N

 

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

Y

   

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

Y

   

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

 

N

 

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

 

N

 

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

Y

   

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

Y

   

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

PUBLIC HEALTH. S.B. No. 444 (RAISED) (File No. 609) AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE HEALTH CARE CABINET TO RECOMMEND METHODS TO STUDY AND REPORT ON TOTAL STATE-WIDE HEALTH CARE SPENDING.

The bill was explained by Representative Steinberg of the 136th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Srinivasan of the 31st.

On motion of Representative Steinberg of the 136th District, Senate Bill No. 444 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. S.B. No. 548 (RAISED) (File No. 82) AN ACT CONCERNING HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETICIANS.

The bill was explained by Representative Porter of the 94th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Bocchino of the 150th.

On motion of Representative Porter of the 94th District, Senate Bill No. 548 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. S.B. No. 723 (RAISED) (File No. 269) AN ACT CONCERNING APPRENTICESHIP COSTS.

The bill was explained by Representative Porter of the 94th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Bocchino of the 150th.

On motion of Representative Porter of the 94th District, Senate Bill No. 723 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS FROM THE SENATE

SUSPENSION OF THE RULES

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. Substitute for S.B. No. 1056 (RAISED) (File No. 768) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP A PLAN TO FOSTER THE MICROBIOME SECTOR IN THE STATE.

Representative Albis of the 99th District moved for suspension of the rules for immediate consideration.

On a voice vote the motion carried.

The bill was explained by Representative Rojas of the 9th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Davis of the 57th.

On motion of Representative Rojas of the 9th District, Senate Bill No. 1056 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill passed.

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. S.B. No. 501 (RAISED) (File No. 403) AN ACT CONCERNING THE CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELS FOR INTERSTATE ROUTES 84 AND 91 IN THE HARTFORD REGION.

The bill was explained by Representative Guerrera of the 29th.

The bill was discussed by Representatives Carney of the 23rd and Candelora of the 86th.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 10:27 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 87

Those voting Nay 63

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 501 was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

 

N

 

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

 

N

 

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

 

N

 

CASE

 

N

 

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

 

N

 

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

 

N

 

CUMMINGS

 

N

 

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

 

N

 

D'AMELIO

 

N

 

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

 

N

 

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

 

N

 

DAVIS

 

N

 

SKULCZYCK

 

N

 

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

 

N

 

DELNICKI

 

N

 

SMITH

 

N

 

BOYD

 

N

 

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

 

N

 

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

 

N

 

DUBITSKY

 

N

 

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

 

N

 

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

 

N

 

DUNSBY

 

N

 

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

 

N

 

FERGUSON

 

N

 

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

 

N

 

FERRARO

 

N

 

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

 

N

 

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

 

N

 

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

 

N

 

FRANCE

 

N

 

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

 

N

 

FREY

 

N

 

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

 

N

 

FUSCO

 

N

 

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

 

N

 

STEINBERG

 

N

 

GREEN

 

N

 

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

 

N

 

HALL, C.

 

N

 

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

 

N

 

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

 

N

 

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

 

N

 

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

 

N

 

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

 

N

 

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

 

N

 

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

 

N

 

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

         

N

 

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

 

N

 

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       
 

N

 

LINEHAN

 

N

 

BELSITO

 

N

 

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

 

N

 

BETTS

 

N

 

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

 

N

 

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

 

N

 

BOLINSKY

 

N

 

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

 

N

 

CAMILLO

 

N

 

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

 

N

 

CANDELORA, V.

 

N

 

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

HUMAN SERVICES. Substitute for S.B. No. 811 (RAISED) (File No. 40) AN ACT CONCERNING THE PATIENT BILL OF RIGHTS FOR LONG-TERM CARE RESIDENTS.

The bill was explained by Representative Serra of the 33rd.

The bill was discussed by Representative Byron of the 27th.

On motion of Representative Serra of the 33rd District, Senate Bill No. 811 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. S.B. No. 635 (RAISED) (File No. 406) AN ACT EXTENDING THE DEADLINE FOR APPROVAL OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS.

The bill was explained by Representative Fox of the 148th.

The bill was discussed by Representative Devlin of the 134th.

On motion of Representative Fox of the 148th District, Senate Bill No. 635 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

MATTER REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT CALENDAR

On motion of Representative Ritter of the 1st District, the following matter was removed from the Consent Calendar and passed retaining its place on the Calendar:

HUMAN SERVICES. Substitute for S.B. No. 811 (RAISED) (File No. 40) AN ACT CONCERNING THE PATIENT BILL OF RIGHTS FOR LONG-TERM CARE RESIDENTS.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE BILL PASSED

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill passed.

HUMAN SERVICES. Substitute for S.B. No. 811 (RAISED) (File No. 40) AN ACT CONCERNING THE PATIENT BILL OF RIGHTS FOR LONG-TERM CARE RESIDENTS.

The bill was explained by Representative Serra of the 33rd.

The bill was discussed by Representative Belsito of the 53rd.

The Speaker ordered the vote be taken by roll call at 10:50 p.m.

The following is the result of the vote:

Total Number Voting 150

Necessary for Passage 76

Those voting Yea 141

Those voting Nay 9

Those absent and not voting 1

On a roll call vote Senate Bill No. 811 was passed in concurrence with the Senate.

The following is the roll call vote:

Y

   

ABERCROMBIE

Y

   

PERONE

Y

   

CARNEY

 

N

 

PISCOPO

Y

   

ADAMS

Y

   

PORTER

Y

   

CARPINO

Y

   

POLLETTA

Y

   

ALBIS

Y

   

REED

Y

   

CASE

Y

   

REBIMBAS

Y

   

ALTOBELLO

Y

   

REYES

Y

   

CHEESEMAN

Y

   

RUTIGLIANO

Y

   

ARCE

Y

   

RILEY

Y

   

CUMMINGS

 

N

 

SAMPSON

Y

   

ARCONTI

Y

   

RITTER

Y

   

D'AMELIO

Y

   

SIEGRIST

Y

   

BAKER

Y

   

ROJAS

 

N

 

DAUPHINAIS

Y

   

SIMANSKI

Y

   

BARAM

Y

   

ROSARIO

Y

   

DAVIS

Y

   

SKULCZYCK

Y

   

BORER

Y

   

ROSE

Y

   

DELNICKI

Y

   

SMITH

Y

   

BOYD

Y

   

ROVERO

Y

   

DEVLIN

Y

   

SREDZINSKI

Y

   

BUTLER

Y

   

SANCHEZ

 

N

 

DUBITSKY

Y

   

SRINIVASAN

Y

   

CONLEY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, E.

Y

   

DUFF

Y

   

STANESKI

Y

   

CURREY

Y

   

SANTIAGO, H.

Y

   

DUNSBY

Y

   

STOKES

Y

   

D'AGOSTINO

Y

   

SCANLON

Y

   

FERGUSON

Y

   

STORMS

Y

   

DE LA CRUZ

Y

   

SERRA

Y

   

FERRARO

Y

   

TWEEDIE

Y

   

DEMICCO

Y

   

SIMMONS

 

N

 

FISHBEIN

Y

   

VAIL

Y

   

DILLON

Y

   

SLAP

Y

   

FLOREN

Y

   

WILMS

Y

   

DIMASSA

Y

   

SOTO

 

N

 

FRANCE

Y

   

WILSON

Y

   

ELLIOTT

Y

   

STAFSTROM

Y

   

FREY

Y

   

WOOD

Y

   

FLEISCHMANN

Y

   

STALLWORTH

Y

   

FUSCO

Y

   

YACCARINO

Y

   

FOX

Y

   

STEINBERG

Y

   

GREEN

Y

   

ZAWISTOWSKI

Y

   

GENGA

Y

   

TERCYAK

Y

   

HALL, C.

Y

   

ZIOBRON

Y

   

GONZALEZ

Y

   

TONG

Y

   

HARDING

Y

   

ZUPKUS

Y

   

GRESKO

   

X

URBAN

Y

   

HOYDICK

       

Y

   

GUERRERA

Y

   

VARGAS

Y

   

KLARIDES

       

Y

   

HADDAD

Y

   

VERRENGIA

Y

   

KLARIDES-DITRIA

       

Y

   

HALL, J.

Y

   

WALKER

Y

   

KOKORUDA

Y

   

ARESIMOWICZ

Y

   

HAMPTON

Y

   

WINKLER

Y

   

KUPCHICK

       

Y

   

HENNESSY

Y

   

ZIOGAS

Y

   

LABRIOLA

       

Y

   

JOHNSON

       

Y

   

LAVIELLE

Y

   

GODFREY

Y

   

LEMAR

       

Y

   

LEGEYT

       

Y

   

LESSER

Y

   

ACKERT

Y

   

MACLACHLAN

       

Y

   

LINEHAN

 

N

 

BELSITO

Y

   

MCCARTY, K.

Y

   

BERGER

Y

   

LOPES

 

N

 

BETTS

Y

   

MCGORTY, B.

Y

   

CANDELARIA, J.

Y

   

LUXENBERG

Y

   

BOCCHINO

Y

   

O'DEA

Y

   

COOK

Y

   

MCCARTHY VAHEY

Y

   

BOLINSKY

Y

   

O'NEILL

Y

   

GENTILE

Y

   

MCGEE

Y

   

BUCKBEE

Y

   

OHLER

Y

   

MORIN

Y

   

MILLER, P.B.

Y

   

BYRON

Y

   

PAVALOCK-D'AMATO

Y

   

MORRIS

Y

   

MUSHINSKY

Y

   

CAMILLO

Y

   

PERILLO

Y

   

ORANGE

Y

   

PAOLILLO

 

N

 

CANDELORA, V.

Y

   

PETIT

Y

   

RYAN

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

MATTER PLACED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

The following bill was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the committee indicated accepted and the bill placed on the Consent Calendar.

TRANSPORTATION. Substitute for H.B. No. 7021 (RAISED) (File No. 29) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO STUDY BEST PRACTICES TO PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION FOR VETERANS, SENIOR CITIZENS AND DISABLED PERSONS.

The bill was explained by Representative Serra of the 33rd.

The bill was discussed by Representative Byron of the 27th.

On motion of Representative Serra of the 33rd District, House Bill No. 7021 was placed on the Consent Calendar in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules.

BUSINESS ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

BILLS PASSED

On motion of Representative Albis of the 99th District, the following bills on the Consent Calendar which were starred for action were passed in accordance with Rule 43 of the House Rules:

JUDICIARY. Substitute for S.B. No. 979 (RAISED) (File No. 674) AN ACT CONCERNING NOTIFICATION TO SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION OF RESTRAINING ORDERS, CIVIL PROTECTION ORDERS AND STANDING CRIMINAL PROTECTIVE ORDERS AFFECTING STUDENTS. (In concurrence with the Senate.)

COMMERCE. Substitute for S.B. No. 961 (RAISED) (File No. 376) AN ACT CONCERNING STATE HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND THE RELOCATION OF BUSINESSES RECEIVING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE STATE. (In concurrence with the Senate.)

PUBLIC HEALTH. S.B. No. 444 (RAISED) (File No. 609) AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE HEALTH CARE CABINET TO RECOMMEND METHODS TO STUDY AND REPORT ON TOTAL STATE-WIDE HEALTH CARE SPENDING. (In concurrence with the Senate.)

LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. S.B. No. 548 (RAISED) (File No. 82) AN ACT CONCERNING HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETICIANS. (In concurrence with the Senate.)

LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. S.B. No. 723 (RAISED) (File No. 269) AN ACT CONCERNING APPRENTICESHIP COSTS. (In concurrence with the Senate.)

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. Substitute for S.B. No. 1056 (RAISED) (File No. 768) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A WORKING GROUP TO DEVELOP A PLAN TO FOSTER THE MICROBIOME SECTOR IN THE STATE. (In concurrence with the Senate.)

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. S.B. No. 635 (RAISED) (File No. 406) AN ACT EXTENDING THE DEADLINE FOR APPROVAL OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS. (In concurrence with the Senate.)