JOURNAL OF THE SENATE

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

The Senate was called to order at 5: 30 p. m. , the President in the Chair.

The prayer was offered by Acting Chaplain, Reverend Hope Eakins of Hartford, Connecticut.

The following is the prayer:

Almighty God, the fountain of wisdom, whose statutes are upright and whose law is truth, we give you thanks for the diligence of our Senate during this last session.  

Guide and direct the ongoing work of these legislators and their staffs that it may be for the good of all your people; give them ears to hear and patience to listen to each other, that even when they differ in their understanding, they may live in concord and respect one another.

Endue them with openness to change and a willingness to adapt to a changing world so that through their endeavors, they may bring peace and joy and prosperity to our state.  

May every decision made, every budget balanced, and every law enacted here honor your spirit of justice and your purpose for our lives for yours is the Kingdom now and forever.  Amen.  

PLEDGE

Senator Looney of the 11th led the Senate in the Pledge of Allegiance.

REPORT

The following report was received, read by the Clerk and referred to the Committee indicated:

Report – Department of Motor Vehicles – Connecticut Emissions Program Statistics for May 1 through May 31, 2017. (Pursuant to Executive Directive #3 and Section 14-164h of the Connecticut General Statutes) Date received: June 7, 2017

Referred to Committee on Transportation

BUSINESS FROM THE HOUSE

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

HOUSE BILLS

The following favorable reports of the Joint Standing Committee were received from the House, read the second time and tabled for the calendar.

GENERAL LAW. H. B. No. 7071 (RAISED) (File No. 76) AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule “A”)

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

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. H. B. No. 7318 (RAISED) (File No. 735) AN ACT CONCERNING THE FAILURE TO FILE FOR CERTAIN GRAND LIST EXEMPTIONS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule “A”)

BUSINESS FROM THE HOUSE

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

DISAGREEING ACTIONS

The following disagreeing actions were received from the House and tabled for the calendar.

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

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" and House Amendment Schedule “A”)

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" and House Amendment Schedule “A”)

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" and House Amendment Schedule “A”)

SENATE AGENDA NO. 1

SUSPENSION OF THE RULES

BUSINESS FROM THE HOUSE

DISAGREEING ACTION

FAVORABLE REPORT OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

BILL PLACED ON CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 1

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the rules were suspended and the following bill was placed on Consent Calendar No. 1 in accordance with Senate Rule 31.

JUDICIARY. Substitute for S. B. No. 445 (COMM) (File No. 519) AN ACT CONCERNING FAIRNESS IN PHARMACY AND PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGER CONTRACTS. (As amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A" and House Amendment Schedule “A”) In concurrence with the House.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PLACED ON CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 1

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the following bills which were starred for action were placed on Consent Calendar No. 1 in accordance with Senate Rule 31.

PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY. Substitute for H. B. No. 6260 (COMM) (File Nos. 316 and 628) AN ACT CONCERNING TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR STATE AND LOCAL POLICE REGARDING JUVENILES WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER OR NONVERBAL LEARNING DISORDER. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

ENVIRONMENT. H. B. No. 7066 (RAISED) (File No. 58) AN ACT CONCERNING MINOR CHANGES TO THE POULTRY DEALER LICENSING STATUTE, REGISTRATION OF POULTRY FLOCKS AND THE LABELING OF FARM STAND EGGS. In concurrence with the House.

ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. H. B. No. 7104 (RAISED) (File No. 355) AN ACT CONCERNING RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARD COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS. In concurrence with the House.

JUDICIARY. H. B. No. 7262 (RAISED) (File No. 640) AN ACT CONCERNING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CONNECTICUT SENTENCING COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO VICTIM NOTIFICATION. In concurrence with the House.

LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. H. B. No. 6219 (COMM) (File No. 255) AN ACT CONCERNING COMMUNITY REENTRY BY PERSONS WHO WERE INCARCERATED. In concurrence with the House.

JUDICIARY. Substitute for H. B. No. 7291 (RAISED) (File No. 705) AN ACT CONCERNING THE USE OF CELL SITE SIMULATOR DEVICES BY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS TO CONDUCT CELLULAR TELEPHONE SURVEILLANCE. In concurrence with the House.

JUDICIARY. Substitute for H. B. No. 7146 (RAISED) (File Nos. 192 and 787) AN ACT REQUIRING A CRIMINAL CONVICTION FOR CERTAIN OFFENSES BEFORE ASSETS SEIZED IN A LAWFUL ARREST OR LAWFUL SEARCH MAY BE FORFEITED IN A CIVIL PROCEEDING. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

JUDICIARY. Substitute for H. B. No. 7308 (RAISED) (File Nos. 666 and 819) AN ACT CONCERNING CAMERA AND RECORDING DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT USED BY POLICE. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

JUDICIARY. Substitute for H. B. No. 7256 (RAISED) (File Nos. 638 and 816) AN ACT CONCERNING REVISIONS TO CERTAIN CRIMINAL JUSTICE STATUTES AND THE REPORTING OF THE DEATH OF ANY PERSON IN STATE CUSTODY. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A").

JUDICIARY. Substitute for H. B. No. 7256 (RAISED) (File Nos. 638 and 816) AN ACT CONCERNING REVISIONS TO CERTAIN CRIMINAL JUSTICE STATUTES AND THE REPORTING OF THE DEATH OF ANY PERSON IN STATE CUSTODY. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

APPROPRIATIONS. H. B. No. 6603 (COMM) (File No. 121) AN ACT CONCERNING A STUDY OF CERTAIN TENANTS OF STATE-FUNDED PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedules "A" and "B") In concurrence with the House.

PUBLIC HEALTH. H. B. No. 7091 (RAISED) (File No. 428) AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES' RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING REVISIONS TO THE PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR REGULATED PROFESSIONALS. In concurrence with the House.

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. Substitute for H. B. No. 6155 (COMM) (File No. 579) AN ACT AUTHORIZING DEEMED STATUS LICENSE RENEWALS FOR CERTAIN NONPROFIT COMMUNITY SERVICE PROVIDERS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN. H. B. No. 6997 (RAISED) (File No. 123) AN ACT CONCERNING THE WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

JUDICIARY. Substitute for H. B. No. 7302 (RAISED) (File No. 693) AN ACT CONCERNING ISOLATED CONFINEMENT AND CORRECTIONAL STAFF TRAINING AND WELLNESS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PASSED

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

HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT. Substitute for H. B. No. 7212 (RAISED) (File Nos. 459 and 776) AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROMOTION OF LOAN FORGIVENESS PROGRAMS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Bye of the 5th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking was Senator Linares of the 33rd.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 5: 43 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

HOUSING. Substitute for H. B. No. 6880 (COMM) (File Nos. 179 and 811) AN ACT CONCERNING THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING LAND USE APPEALS PROCEDURE. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Hartley of the 15th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking were Senators Hwang of the 28th, Winfield of the 10th, Gomes of the 23rd, McLachlan of the 24th, Boucher of the 26th, Logan of the 17th and McCrory of the 2nd.

SENATOR WINFIELD IN THE CHAIR

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 6: 36 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 30

Those voting Nay 6

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

   

N

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

   

N

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

   

N

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

   

N

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

   

N

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

APPROPRIATIONS. Substitute for H. B. No. 7271 (RAISED) (File No. 555) AN ACT CONCERNING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL SYSTEM AS AN INDEPENDENT AGENCY. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Slossberg of the 14th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking was Senators Boucher of the 26th, Witkos of the 8th, Fonfara of the 1st and Miner of the 30th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 7: 29 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 35

Necessary for Adoption 18

Those voting Yea 34

Those voting Nay 1

Those absent and not voting 1

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

A

   

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

   

N

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

BILL PLACED ON CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 1

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the following bill which was starred for action was placed on Consent Calendar No. 1 in accordance with Senate Rule 31.

APPROPRIATIONS. H. B. No. 5590 (COMM) (File No. 213) AN ACT CREATING A TASK FORCE TO IMPROVE THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PASSED

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

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. H. B. No. 6948 (COMM) (File No. 501) AN ACT CONCERNING REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Cassano of the 4th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking were Senators Osten of the 19th, Formica of the 20th, Kissel of the 7th, McLachlan of the 24th and Hwang of the 28th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 7: 58 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 22

Those voting Nay 14

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

   

N

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

   

N

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

   

N

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

   

N

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

   

N

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

   

N

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

   

N

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

   

N

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

   

N

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

   

N

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

   

N

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

   

N

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

   

N

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 1

ADOPTED

The chair ordered the vote on business placed on Consent Calendar No. 1 be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 8: 02 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, Consent Calendar No. 1 was adopted.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

MATTER RETURNED FROM COMMITTEE

FAVORABLE REPORT OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

SENATE AMENDMENT DESIGNATED

BILL PASSED TEMPORARILY

The following favorable report was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the Committee accepted and the bill with Senate Amendment designated was passed temporarily.

APPROPRIATIONS. Substitute for S. B. No. 130 (COMM) (File Nos. 31 and 773) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A SURCHARGE ON ANIMAL ADOPTION FEES TO FUND THE SECOND CHANCE LARGE ANIMAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM.

Senator Miner of the 30th explained the bill and moved passage.

Senator Formica of the 20th offered Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8873) and moved adoption.

Remarking were Senators Frantz of the 36th, McLachlan of the 24th, Somers of the 18th, Kelly of the 21st, Boucher of the 26th, Martin of the 31st, Suzio of the 13th and Fasano of the 34th.

SENATOR DOYLE IN THE CHAIR

Remarking was Senator Osten of the 19th.

SENATOR WINFIELD IN THE CHAIR

Remarking was Senator Fonfara of the 1st.

THE PRESIDENT IN THE CHAIR

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the bill was passed temporarily.

Senator Fasano of the 34th objected to the motion.

The chair ordered the vote on the motion be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 14 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 18

Those voting Nay 18

Those absent and not voting 0

The President announced she would vote Yea. On the roll call vote, the motion carried and the bill with Senate Amendment "A" (LCO 8873) designated was passed temporarily.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

   

N

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

   

N

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

   

N

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

   

N

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

   

N

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

   

N

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

   

N

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

   

N

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

   

N

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

   

N

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

   

N

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

   

N

34

LEONARD FASANO

   

N

17

GEORGE LOGAN

   

N

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

   

N

18

HEATHER SOMERS

   

N

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

DISAGREEING ACTIONS

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PASSED

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

EDUCATION. H. B. No. 7201 (RAISED) (File No. 549) AN ACT APPLYING THE SHEFF DEFINITION OF REDUCED-ISOLATION SETTING TO ALL INTERDISTRICT MAGNET SCHOOLS IN THE STATE. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Slossberg of the 14th explained the bill as amended by the House and offered Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8975) and moved adoption.

Remarking were Senators Boucher of the 26th and Suzio of the 13th.

On a voice vote, Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8975) was adopted.

The following is the Amendment:

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

"Section 1. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2017) Not later than July 1, 2017, the Commissioner of Education shall develop reduced-isolation setting standards for interdistrict magnet school programs that shall serve as the enrollment requirements for purposes of section 10-264l of the general statutes, as amended by this act. Such standards shall (1) define the term "reduced-isolation student" for purposes of the standards, (2) establish a requirement for the minimum percentage of reduced-isolation students that can be enrolled in an interdistrict magnet school program, provided such minimum percentage is not less than twenty per cent of the total school enrollment, (3) allow an interdistrict magnet school program to have a total school enrollment of reduced-isolation students that is not more than one per cent below the minimum percentage established by the commissioner, provided the commissioner approves a plan that is designed to bring the number of reduced-isolation students of such interdistrict magnet school program into compliance with the minimum percentage, and (4) for the school year commencing July 1, 2018, authorize the commissioner to establish on or before May 1, 2018, an alternative reduced-isolation student enrollment percentage for an interdistrict magnet school program located in the Sheff region, as defined in subsection (k) of section 10-264l of the general statutes, provided the commissioner (A) determines that such alternative (i) increases opportunities for students who are residents of Hartford to access an educational setting with reduced racial isolation or other categories of diversity, including, but not limited to, geography, socioeconomic status, special education, English language learners and academic achievement, (ii) complies with the decision of Sheff v. O'Neill, 238 Conn. 1 (1996), or any related stipulation or order in effect, and (B) approves a plan for such interdistrict magnet school program that is designed to bring the number of reduced-isolation students of such interdistrict magnet school program into compliance with such alternative or the minimum percentage described in subdivision (2) of this section. Not later than May 1, 2018, the commissioner shall submit a report on each alternative reduced-isolation student enrollment percentage established, pursuant to subdivision (4) of this section, for an interdistrict magnet school program located in the Sheff region to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes. The reduced-isolation setting standards for interdistrict magnet school programs shall not be deemed to be regulations, as defined in section 4-166 of the general statutes.

Sec. 2. Subsections (a) and (b) of section 10-264l of the general statutes are repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2017):

(a) The Department of Education shall, within available appropriations, establish a grant program (1) to assist (A) local and regional boards of education, (B) regional educational service centers, (C) the Board of Trustees of the Community-Technical Colleges on behalf of Quinebaug Valley Community College and Three Rivers Community College, and (D) cooperative arrangements pursuant to section 10-158a, and (2) in assisting the state in meeting the goals of the 2008 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, or the goals of the 2013 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, as determined by the Commissioner of Education, to assist (A) the Board of Trustees of the Community-Technical Colleges on behalf of a regional community-technical college, (B) the Board of Trustees of the Connecticut State University System on behalf of a state university, (C) the Board of Trustees of The University of Connecticut on behalf of the university, (D) the board of governors for an independent institution of higher education, as defined in subsection (a) of section 10a-173, or the equivalent of such a board, on behalf of the independent institution of higher education, and (E) any other third-party not-for-profit corporation approved by the commissioner with the operation of interdistrict magnet school programs. All interdistrict magnet schools shall be operated in conformance with the same laws and regulations applicable to public schools. For the purposes of this section "an interdistrict magnet school program" means a program which (i) supports racial, ethnic and economic diversity, (ii) offers a special and high quality curriculum, and (iii) requires students who are enrolled to attend at least half-time. An interdistrict magnet school program does not include a regional agricultural science and technology school, a technical high school or a regional special education center. [On and after July 1, 2000, the governing authority for each interdistrict magnet school program that is in operation prior to July 1, 2005, shall restrict the number of students that may enroll in the program from a participating district to eighty per cent of the total enrollment of the program. The governing authority for each interdistrict magnet school program that begins operations on or after July 1, 2005, shall restrict the number of students that may enroll in the program from a participating district to seventy-five per cent of the total enrollment of the program, and maintain such a school enrollment that at least twenty-five per cent but not more than seventy-five per cent of the students enrolled are pupils of racial minorities, as defined in section 10-226a. The governing authority of an interdistrict magnet school that the commissioner determines will assist the state in meeting the goals of the 2008 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, or the goals of the 2013 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, shall restrict the number of students that may enroll in the program from a participating district in accordance with the provisions of this subsection, provided such enrollment is in accordance with the reduced-isolation setting standards of such 2013 stipulation and order. ] For the school years commencing July 1, 2017, and July 1, 2018, the governing authority for each interdistrict magnet school program shall (I) restrict the number of students that may enroll in the school from a participating district to seventy-five per cent of the total school enrollment, and (II) maintain a total school enrollment that is in accordance with the reduced-isolation setting standards for interdistrict magnet school programs, developed by the Commissioner of Education pursuant to section 1 of this act.

(b) (1) Applications for interdistrict magnet school program operating grants awarded pursuant to this section shall be submitted annually to the Commissioner of Education at such time and in such manner as the commissioner prescribes, except that on and after July 1, 2009, applications for such operating grants for new interdistrict magnet schools, other than those that the commissioner determines will assist the state in meeting the goals of the 2008 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, or the goals of the 2013 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, shall not be accepted until the commissioner develops a comprehensive state-wide interdistrict magnet school plan. The commissioner shall submit such comprehensive state-wide interdistrict magnet school plan on or before October 1, 2016, to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education and appropriations.

(2) In determining whether an application shall be approved and funds awarded pursuant to this section, the commissioner shall consider, but such consideration shall not be limited to: (A) Whether the program offered by the school is likely to increase student achievement; (B) whether the program is likely to reduce racial, ethnic and economic isolation; (C) the percentage of the student enrollment in the program from each participating district; and (D) the proposed operating budget and the sources of funding for the interdistrict magnet school. For a magnet school not operated by a local or regional board of education, the commissioner shall only approve a proposed operating budget that, on a per pupil basis, does not exceed the maximum allowable threshold established in accordance with this subdivision. The maximum allowable threshold shall be an amount equal to one hundred twenty per cent of the state average of the quotient obtained by dividing net current expenditures, as defined in section 10-261, by average daily membership, as defined in said section, for the fiscal year two years prior to the fiscal year for which the operating grant is requested. The Department of Education shall establish the maximum allowable threshold no later than December fifteenth of the fiscal year prior to the fiscal year for which the operating grant is requested. If requested by an applicant that is not a local or regional board of education, the commissioner may approve a proposed operating budget that exceeds the maximum allowable threshold if the commissioner determines that there are extraordinary programmatic needs. [In] For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2017, and June 30, 2018, in the case of an interdistrict magnet school that will assist the state in meeting [the goals of the 2008 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, or the goals of the 2013 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended,] its obligations pursuant to the decision in Sheff v. O'Neill, 238 Conn. 1 (1996), or any related stipulation or order in effect, as determined by the commissioner, the commissioner shall also consider whether the school is meeting the reduced-isolation setting standards [set forth in such 2013 stipulation and order] for interdistrict magnet school programs, developed by the commissioner pursuant to section 1 of this act. If such school has not met [the] such reduced-isolation setting standards, [prescribed in such 2013 stipulation and order,] it shall not be entitled to receive a grant pursuant to this section unless the commissioner finds that it is appropriate to award a grant for an additional year or years [for purposes of compliance with such 2013 stipulation and order] and approves a plan to bring such school into compliance with such reduced-isolation setting standards. If requested by the commissioner, the applicant shall meet with the commissioner or the commissioner's designee to discuss the budget and sources of funding.

(3) [Except as provided in this section, section 116 of public act 14-217 and the 2013 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, the commissioner shall not award a grant to (A) a program that is in operation prior to July 1, 2005, if more than eighty per cent of its total enrollment is from one school district, except that the commissioner may award a grant for good cause, for any one year, on behalf of an otherwise eligible magnet school program, if more than eighty per cent of the total enrollment is from one district, and (B) a program that begins operations on or after July 1, 2005, if more than seventy-five per cent of its total enrollment is from one school district or if less than twenty-five or more than seventy-five per cent of the students enrolled are pupils of racial minorities, as defined in section 10-226a, except that the commissioner may award a grant for good cause, for one year, on behalf of an otherwise eligible interdistrict magnet school program, if more than seventy-five per cent of the total enrollment is from one district or less than twenty-five or more than seventy-five per cent of the students enrolled are pupils of racial minorities. The commissioner may not award grants pursuant to the exceptions described in subparagraphs (A) and (B) of this subdivision for an additional consecutive year or years, except as provided for in section 116 of public act 14-217, the 2008 stipulation for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, or the 2013 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al. , as extended, as determined by the commissioner. ] For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2018, and June 30, 2019, the commissioner shall not award a grant to an interdistrict magnet school program that (A) has more than seventy-five per cent of the total school enrollment from one school district, or (B) does not maintain a total school enrollment that is in accordance with the reduced-isolation setting standards for interdistrict magnet school programs, developed by the Commissioner of Education pursuant to section 1 of this act, except the commissioner may award a grant to such school for an additional year or years if the commissioner finds it is appropriate to do so and approves a plan to bring such school into compliance with such reduced-isolation setting standards.

(4) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2018, and June 30, 2019, if an interdistrict magnet school program does not maintain a total school enrollment that is in accordance with the reduced-isolation setting standards for interdistrict magnet school programs, developed by the commissioner pursuant to section 1 of this act, for two or more consecutive years, the commissioner may impose a financial penalty on the operator of such interdistrict magnet school program, or take any other measure, in consultation with such operator, as may be appropriate to assist such operator in complying with such reduced-isolation setting standards.

Sec. 3. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision (5) of subsection (c) of section 10-264l of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017, the Center for Global Studies at Brien McMahon High School in the town of Norwalk shall be eligible for a full-time interdistrict magnet school program grant pursuant to subdivision (1) of subsection (c) of section 10-264l of the general statutes. "

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

Section 1

July 1, 2017

New section

Sec. 2

July 1, 2017

10-264l(a) and (b)

Sec. 3

from passage

New section

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 19 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, the bill as amended by House Amendment Schedule “A” and Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8975) passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

APPROPRIATIONS. Substitute for H. B. No. 7253 (RAISED) (File Nos. 552 and 791) AN ACT CONCERNING MINOR REVISIONS AND ADDITIONS TO THE EDUCATION STATUTES. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Slossberg of the 14th explained the bill as amended by the House and offered Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8958) and moved adoption.

Remarking was Senator Boucher of the 26th.

On a voice vote, Senate Amendment Schedule "A" (LCO 8958) was adopted.

The following is the Amendment:

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

"Sec. 4. Subsection (j) of section 10-223h of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2017):

(j) (1) [The] Not later than February 1, 2018, and annually thereafter, the Commissioner of Education shall annually submit a report on the academic performance of each school participating in the commissioner's network of schools to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a. Such report shall include, but not be limited to, (A) the accountability index score, as defined in section 10-223e, for such school, (B) trends for the accountability index scores during the period that such school is participating in the commissioner's network of schools, (C) adjustments for subgroups of students at such school, including, but not limited to, students whose primary language is not English, students receiving special education services and students who are eligible for free or reduced price lunches, and (D) performance evaluation results in the aggregate for teachers and administrators at such school.

(2) [The] Not later than February 1, 2018, and annually thereafter, the Commissioner of Education shall annually submit a report comparing and analyzing the academic performance of all the schools participating in the commissioner's network of schools to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a. Such report shall include, but not be limited to, (A) the accountability index score, as defined in section 10-223e, for the school, (B) trends for the accountability indices during the period that such schools are participating in the commissioner's network of schools, (C) adjustments for subgroups of students at such schools, including, but not limited to, students whose primary language is not English, students receiving special education services and students who are eligible for free or reduced price lunches, and (D) performance evaluation results in the aggregate for teachers and administrators at such schools.

(3) [Following] Not later than February first following the expiration of the turnaround plan for each school participating in the commissioner's network of schools, the commissioner shall submit a final report that (A) evaluates such turnaround plan and the academic performance of such school during the period that such turnaround plan was in effect, and (B) makes recommendations for the operation of such school to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a.

(4) Not later than January 1, 2020, the commissioner shall submit a report (A) evaluating the commissioner's network of schools and its effect on improving student academic achievement in participating schools, and (B) making any recommendations for the continued operation of the commissioner's network of schools to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a.

(5) Not later than February first each year, the Commissioner of Education shall present the items submitted pursuant to subdivisions (1) to (4), inclusive, of this subsection to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education. "

Strike section 12 in its entirety and renumber the remaining sections and internal references accordingly

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 21 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, the bill as amended by House Amendment Schedule “A” and Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8958) passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

IMMEDIATE TRANSMITTAL TO THE HOUSE

JOINT RULE 17

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, all matters requiring further action by the House were transmitted to the House pursuant to Joint Rule 17.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PASSED

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

TRANSPORTATION. Substitute for H. B. No. 7138 (RAISED) (File Nos. 430 and 814) AN ACT CONCERNING LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT OF MAJOR TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS AND PLANNING. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Leone of the 27th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking were Senators Boucher of the 26th and Fasano of the 34th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 27 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 18

Those voting Nay 18

Those absent and not voting 0

The President announced she would vote Yea. On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

   

N

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

   

N

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

   

N

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

   

N

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

   

N

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

   

N

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

   

N

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

   

N

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

   

N

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

   

N

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

   

N

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

   

N

34

LEONARD FASANO

   

N

17

GEORGE LOGAN

   

N

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

   

N

18

HEATHER SOMERS

   

N

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. Substitute for H. B. No. 7278 (RAISED) (File No. 598) AN ACT CONCERNING THE CONVEYANCE OF CERTAIN PARCELS OF STATE LAND. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Flexer of the 29th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking was Senator McLachlan of the 24th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 33 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

PUBLIC HEALTH. Substitute for H. B. No. 7174 (RAISED) (File No. 590) AN ACT ALLOWING CERTAIN HOSPITAL PERSONNEL TO ADMINISTER A SALINE FLUSH TO AN INTRAVENOUS LINE. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Gerratana of the 6th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking was Senator McLachlan of the 24th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 35 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 31

Those voting Nay 5

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

   

N

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

   

N

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

   

N

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

   

N

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

   

N

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

PUBLIC HEALTH. S. B. No. 316 (COMM) (File No. 434) AN ACT REQUIRING A STUDY REGARDING REFERRALS BY HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS TO CERTAIN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES.

Senator Gerratana of the 6th explained the bill and offered Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8930) and moved adoption.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 38 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 33

Those voting Nay 3

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8930) was adopted.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

   

N

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

   

N

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

   

N

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

The following is the Amendment:

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

"Section 1. Subsection (b) of section 2 of substitute house bill 7174 of the current session, as amended by House Amendment Schedule "A", is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2017):

(b) The flushing of a peripheral IV with prepackaged normal saline, in a single use pre-filled syringe, may be performed in connection with drawing blood at a hospital by a phlebotomist who (1) maintains certification from the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians, National Center for Competency Testing, National Phlebotomy Association, National Healthcareer Association or American Medical Technologists, and (2) is responsible for drawing blood and trained under a protocol approved by the hospital. The hospital-approved protocol shall indicate the level of supervision and training required for such phlebotomists who perform flushing of a peripheral IV and include education about aseptic technique and infection control. The hospital shall document and maintain such protocol at the hospital for not less than two years from the date of implementation of such protocol. The flushing of a peripheral IV with prepackaged normal saline shall not be considered the administration of medication.

Sec. 2. Section 98 of substitute senate bill 796 of the current session, as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule "A", is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2017):

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (a) and (b) of this section, if any juror is deaf or hard of hearing, such juror shall have the assistance of a qualified interpreter who shall be present throughout the proceeding and when the jury assembles for deliberation. Such interpreter shall be provided by the Department of Rehabilitation Services at the request of the juror or the court. Such interpreter shall be subject to rules adopted pursuant to section 51-245a. "

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

Section 1

October 1, 2017

HB 7174 (current session),

Sec. 2(b)

Sec. 2

October 1, 2017

SB 796 (current session),

Sec. 98

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call on the bill as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8930).

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 39 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 33

Those voting Nay 3

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, the bill as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8930) passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

   

N

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

   

N

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

   

N

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

EDUCATION. H. B. No. 7156 (RAISED) (File No. 232) AN ACT CONCERNING ACCESS TO STUDENT RECORDS FOR CERTAIN UNACCOMPANIED YOUTHS.

Senator Slossberg of the 14th explained the bill and moved passage.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 40 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 33

Those voting Nay 3

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

   

N

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

   

N

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

APPROPRIATIONS. H. B. No. 7251 (RAISED) (File Nos. 551 and 805) AN ACT CONCERNING REFORM DISTRICT TURNAROUND PLANS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Slossberg of the 14th explained the bill and moved passage.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 42 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 29

Those voting Nay 7

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

   

N

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

   

N

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

   

N

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

   

N

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

   

N

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

   

N

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

GENERAL LAW. Substitute for H. B. No. 7073 (RAISED) (File Nos. 188 and 629) AN ACT CONCERNING REMEDIES IN LAWSUITS AGAINST PROPERTY OWNERS BY SUBCONTRACTORS AND THE RELEASE OF RETAINAGE WITHHELD IN PRIVATE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Leone of the 27th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking was Senator Witkos of the 8th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 45 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 32

Those voting Nay 4

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

   

N

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

   

N

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

PUBLIC HEALTH. Substitute for H. B. No. 6981 (COMM) (File Nos. 286 and 684) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO STUDY PUBLIC HEALTH PREVENTION EFFORTS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Gerratana of the 6th explained the bill and moved passage.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 10: 48 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 33

Those voting Nay 3

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

   

N

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

   

N

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION ADOPTED

The following favorable report was taken from the table, read the third time, the report of the Committee accepted and the resolution adopted.

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. H. J. No. 100 (COMM) (File No. 516) RESOLUTION APPROVING A STATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PROTECT TRANSPORTATION FUNDS.

Senator Flexer of the 29th explained the resolution and moved adoption.

Remarking were Senators Markley of the 16th, McLachlan of the 24th and Looney of the 11th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 02 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 29

Those voting Nay 7

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the resolution was adopted, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

   

N

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

   

N

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

   

N

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

   

N

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

   

N

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

BILL PASSED

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

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. Substitute for S. B. No. 807 (RAISED) (File No. 244) AN ACT INCREASING THE MINIMUM NET WORTH OF AND SECURITY MAINTAINED BY PREFERRED PROVIDER NETWORKS, AND MAKING MINOR AND TECHNICAL CHANGES TO CERTAIN INSURANCE-RELATED STATUTES.

Senator Kelly of the 21st explained the bill and offered Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8986) and moved adoption.

Remarking was Senator McLachlan of the 24th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 10 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 29

Those voting Nay 7

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8986) was adopted.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

   

N

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

   

N

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

   

N

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

   

N

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

   

N

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

The following is the amendment:

"Section 1. Subsection (a) of section 2 of substitute house bill 7126 of the current session, as amended by House Amendment Schedule "A", is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective January 1, 2018):

(a) On and after January 1, 2018, each transportation network company shall register annually with the Commissioner of Transportation on a form prescribed by the commissioner. The registration form shall include: (1) The transportation network company's name, business address and telephone number; (2) if the company is registered in another state, the name, address and telephone number of the company's agent for service of process in this state; (3) the name, address and telephone number of a person at the company who will serve as the main contact person for the commissioner; and (4) information sufficient to demonstrate, to the commissioner's satisfaction, that the company is in compliance with the provisions of this section and sections 3 to 5, inclusive, of [this act] substitute house bill 7126, as amended by House Amendment Schedule "A", and any regulations adopted pursuant to subsection (j) of section 3 of [this act] substitute house bill 7126, as amended by House Amendment Schedule "A". Each transportation network company seeking initial registration shall submit with its registration form filed under this section a nonrefundable registration fee of [fifty] five thousand dollars. Each registration shall be renewed annually. The nonrefundable fee for such renewal shall be five thousand dollars. The registrant shall file amendments to the registration reporting to the commissioner any material changes in any information contained in the registration not later than thirty calendar days after the registrant knows or reasonably should know of the change.

Sec. 2. Subsection (a) of section 5 of substitute house bill 7126 of the current session, as amended by House Amendment Schedule "A", is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective January 1, 2018):

(a) A transportation network company driver or a transportation network company on the driver's behalf shall procure and maintain [an] primary automobile liability insurance [policy] that recognizes that the driver is a transportation network company driver, or otherwise uses a vehicle to transport passengers for compensation, and provides coverage for the driver as follows:

(1) For the period during which the driver is connected to the transportation network company's digital network and is available to receive requests for prearranged rides but is not engaged in the provision of a prearranged ride: (A) [Automobile] Primary automobile liability insurance coverage of at least (i) fifty thousand dollars for damages by reason of bodily injury to, or the death of, any one person, (ii) one hundred thousand dollars for damages by reason of bodily injury or death per accident, and (iii) twenty-five thousand dollars for property damage; and (B) uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage in accordance with the provisions of section 38a-336 of the general statutes; and

(2) For the period during which the driver is engaged in the provision of a prearranged ride: (A) [Automobile] Primary automobile liability insurance coverage of at least one million dollars for damages by reason of bodily injury, death or property damage per accident; and (B) uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage in accordance with the provisions of section 38a-336 of the general statutes.

Sec. 3. Section 13b-99 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2017):

(a) Upon the granting of a certificate of public convenience and necessity as provided in section 13b-97, the holder thereof may apply to the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles for the registration of any taxicab of which the holder is the owner or lessee and which is to be used as specified in such certificate, and the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles shall have jurisdiction over the registration of any taxicab and its exterior lighting equipment and over the licensing of its operator. Each registered taxicab shall have [a permanently attached electric rooftop light] an electric light attached to the rooftop of the taxicab. Each registered taxicab shall indicate, in [three-inch type permanently] type affixed to the outside of such taxicab, the phone number of the company operating such taxicab.

(b) Each such taxicab shall be inspected, biennially, at the time of renewal of registration of such taxicab, by a repairer or limited repairer licensed and authorized by the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles to perform such inspections. The commissioner shall set a fee for such an inspection.

(c) Each such taxicab shall be exempt from the provisions of subsection (d) of section 14-100a.

(d) The Commissioner of Motor Vehicles shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, to carry out the purposes of this section. The Commissioner of Motor Vehicles shall consult with the Commissioner of Transportation before adopting any regulation concerning the attachment of a rooftop light to a taxicab under subsection (a) of this section.

Sec. 4. Subsection (h) of section 5 of substitute house bill 7126 of the current session, as amended by House Amendment Schedule "A", is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective January 1, 2018):

(h) (1) An insurance company that excludes coverage pursuant to subsection (g) of this section shall have no duty to defend or indemnify any claim against a transportation network company driver for which coverage is expressly excluded in such driver's automobile liability insurance policy. If an insurance company defends or indemnifies a claim against a transportation network company driver for which coverage is expressly excluded in such driver's automobile liability insurance policy, the insurance company shall have a right of subrogation against other insurance companies that provide automobile liability insurance coverage to such driver to satisfy the requirements of subsection (a) of this section.

(2) Nothing in this section shall be construed to invalidate or limit an exclusion contained in an automobile liability insurance policy, including any such policy in use or approved for use in this state prior to January 1, 2018, that excludes coverage for vehicles used to transport property or passengers for a fee or available for hire by the public.

[(3) In the event of a claim against a transportation network company driver in which there is disagreement between such driver's insurance company and the transportation network company's insurance company as to which insurance company has the duty to defend, the insurance company issuing the transportation network company's automobile insurance policy shall have the duty to defend such claim. ]"

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call on the bill as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8986).

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 12 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 33

Those voting Nay 3

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, the bill as amended by Senate Amendment Schedule “A” (LCO 8986) passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

   

N

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

IMMEDIATE TRANSMITTAL TO THE HOUSE

JOINT RULE 17

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, all matters requiring further action by the House were transmitted to the House pursuant to Joint Rule 17.

SUSPENSION OF THE RULES

TO TAKE UP ITEMS FROM SENATE AGENDAS NOS. 2 AND 3

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the rules were suspended to take up items from Senate Agendas Nos. 2 and 3.

SENATE AGENDA NO. 2

SUSPENSION OF THE RULES

BUSINESS FROM THE HOUSE

DISAGREEING ACTIONS

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PLACED ON CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 2

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the following bills from Senate Agenda No. 2 were placed on Consent Calendar No. 2 in accordance with Senate Rule 31.

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" and House Amendment Schedule “A”) In concurrence with the House.

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" and House Amendment Schedule “A”) In concurrence with the House.

SENATE AGENDA NO. 3

SUSPENSION OF THE RULES

BUSINESS FROM THE HOUSE

FAVORABLE REPORT OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

BILL PLACED ON CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 2

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the following bill from Senate Agenda No. 3 was placed on Consent Calendar No. 2 in accordance with Senate Rule 31.

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. H. B. No. 7318 (RAISED) (File No. 735) AN ACT CONCERNING THE FAILURE TO FILE FOR CERTAIN GRAND LIST EXEMPTIONS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule “A”) In concurrence with the House.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PASSED

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

HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT. Substitute for H. B. No. 7119 (RAISED) (File No. 325) AN ACT CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF HIGHER EDUCATION RELATING TO TEACH-OUT PLANS AND ON-SITE REVIEW OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMS.

Senator Bye of the 5th explained the bill and moved passage.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 14 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

JUDICIARY. H. B. No. 6881 (COMM) (File No. 180) AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROVISION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES BY LANDLORDS.

Senator Slossberg of the 14th explained the bill and moved passage.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 17 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 28

Those voting Nay 8

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

   

N

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

   

N

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

   

N

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

   

N

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

   

N

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

   

N

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

APPROPRIATIONS. H. B. No. 7047 (RAISED) (File Nos. 90 and 778) AN ACT CONCERNING MUNICIPAL FIRE APPARATUS SAFETY AND TESTING. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Cassano of the 4th explained the bill and moved passage.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 19 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 32

Those voting Nay 4

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

   

N

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

   

N

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

   

N

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PLACED ON CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 2

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the following bills which were starred for action were placed on Consent Calendar No. 2 in accordance with Senate Rule 31.

COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN. Substitute for H. B. No. 7112 (RAISED) (File Nos. 133 and 631) AN ACT CONCERNING CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTERS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

GENERAL LAW. H. B. No. 5928 (COMM) (File Nos. 68 and 478) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A MANUFACTURER PERMIT FOR FARM BREWERIES. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. H. B. No. 6432 (COMM) (File No. 172) AN ACT CONCERNING DISCLOSURES BY REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND REAL ESTATE SALESPERSONS IN COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS AND NOTICES OF COMMISSION RIGHTS. In concurrence with the House.

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. H. B. No. 7024 (RAISED) (File Nos. 127 and 686) AN ACT REGULATING THE OFFER AND DISSEMINATION OF TRAVEL INSURANCE. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT. H. B. No. 6941 (COMM) (File No. 500) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A MUNICIPAL GRANT PORTAL. In concurrence with the House.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT. H. B. No. 7185 (RAISED) (File No. 396) AN ACT EXEMPTING LEASED MUNICIPAL PROPERTY FROM TAXATION. In concurrence with the House.

COMMERCE. Substitute for H. B. No. 6749 (COMM) (File Nos. 349 and 720) AN ACT CONCERNING A WORKING GROUP ON A PUBLIC-PRIVATE MARKETING PARTNERSHIP TO RECRUIT BUSINESSES TO CONNECTICUT. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY. H. B. No. 7093 (RAISED) (File No. 229) AN ACT CONCERNING NOTIFICATION TO THE POLICE OFFICER STANDARDS AND TRAINING COUNCIL. In concurrence with the House.

COMMERCE. Substitute for H. B. No. 5584 (COMM) (File Nos. 382 and 724) AN ACT CONCERNING THE CREATION OF A SMALL BUSINESS HOTLINE. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT. Substitute for H. B. No. 5116 (COMM) (File Nos. 446 and 722) AN ACT CONCERNING PUBLIC ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT DATA. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

VETERANS' AFFAIRS. H. B. No. 7176 (RAISED) (File No. 99) AN ACT CREATING A MILITARY RECRUITMENT RIBBON. In concurrence with the House.

EDUCATION. Substitute for H. B. No. 7207 (RAISED) (File No. 509) AN ACT MAKING REVISIONS TO THE STUDENT DATA PRIVACY ACT OF 2016. In concurrence with the House.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT. H. B. No. 7046 (RAISED) (File Nos. 89 and 752) AN ACT CONCERNING THE CLOSURE OF CERTAIN BUILDING PERMITS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. H. B. No. 7208 (RAISED) (File No. 357) AN ACT CONCERNING THE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ASSESSED CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM. In concurrence with the House.

JUDICIARY. Substitute for H. B. No. 7304 (RAISED) (File No. 642) AN ACT CONCERNING COMPUTER EXTORTION BY USE OF RANSOMWARE.

ENVIRONMENT. Substitute for H. B. No. 6334 (COMM) (File No. 256) AN ACT REQUIRING THE REGISTRATION OF ANIMAL SHELTERS. In concurrence with the House.

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. Substitute for H. B. No. 7316 (RAISED) (File No. 734) AN ACT CONCERNING EVALUATION OF BUSINESS ASSISTANCE AND INCENTIVE PROGRAMS. In concurrence with the House.

PUBLIC HEALTH. H. B. No. 7090 (RAISED) (File No. 128) AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES' RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING TRANSFER OF A PATIENT UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD FOR TREATMENT OR RECOVERY. In concurrence with the House.

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. Substitute for H. B. No. 7100 (RAISED) (File Nos. 129 and 785) AN ACT CONCERNING AMERICAN LEGION STATE FUND COMMISSION TRANSPARENCY AND MUNICIPAL OPTION PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS FOR CERTAIN VETERANS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedules "A" and "B") In concurrence with the House.

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. H. B. No. 5886 (COMM) (File No. 731) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TAX CREDIT FOR DONATED AGRICULTURAL FOOD COMMODITIES PRODUCED OR GROWN BY THE TAXPAYER. In concurrence with the House.

PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY. H. B. No. 6041 (COMM) (File Nos. 282 and 801) AN ACT PERMITTING NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS TO SELL RAFFLE TICKETS ONLINE. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

PUBLIC HEALTH. Substitute for H. B. No. 6347 (COMM) (File Nos. 483 and 807) AN ACT CONCERNING PET OWNER ACCESS TO STATE AGENCY RECORDS OF INVESTIGATION FOR COMPLAINTS OF WRONGDOING BY VETERINARIANS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

COMMERCE. H. B. No. 7225 (RAISED) (File No. 358) AN ACT CONCERNING MINOR AND TECHNICAL CHANGES TO COMMERCE-RELATED STATUTES. In concurrence with the House.

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. Substitute for H. B. No. 7226 (RAISED) (File No. 431) AN ACT CONCERNING AWARDS FROM THE CONNECTICUT ARTS ENDOWMENT FUND. In concurrence with the House.

EDUCATION. Substitute for H. B. No. 7276 (RAISED) (File Nos. 512 and 818) AN ACT CONCERNING EDUCATION MANDATE RELIEF. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. Substitute for H. B. No. 7183 (RAISED) (File Nos. 293 and 815) AN ACT CONCERNING CAPTIVE INSURANCE COMPANIES, SHORT-TERM CARE INSURANCE, PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL RISK INSURANCE, PREFERRED PROVIDER NETWORKS, AND MAKING MINOR AND TECHNICAL CHANGES TO CERTAIN INSURANCE-RELATED STATUTES. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT. H. B. No. 6221 (COMM) (File Nos. 544 and 810) AN ACT CONCERNING RECOVERY OF PAYMENTS FROM COLLATERAL SOURCES BY A MUNICIPALITY WITH A SELF-INSURED HEALTH PLAN. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT. Substitute for H. B. No. 7053 (File No. 321) AN ACT IMPLEMENTING THE GOVERNOR'S BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS CONCERNING HIGHER EDUCATION. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. H. B. No. 7023 (RAISED) (File No. 225) AN ACT AUTHORIZING SHORT-TERM CARE GROUP INSURANCE POLICIES, PERMITTING HEALTH CARE CENTERS TO CHARGE COINSURANCE, AMENDING THE INSURERS REHABILITATION AND LIQUIDATION ACT AND REQUIRING THAT INSURERS ISSUE NOTICES TO INSUREDS REGARDING PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL RISK POLICIES. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "B") In concurrence with the House.

PUBLIC HEALTH. H. B. No. 7049 (RAISED) (File No. 426) AN ACT CONCERNING THE LEGISLATIVE COMMISSIONERS' RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TECHNICAL CHANGES TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH STATUTES. In concurrence with the House.

GENERAL LAW. H. B. No. 7072 (RAISED) (File No. 77) AN ACT CONCERNING ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR PERMITS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

JUDICIARY. H. B. No. 7248 (RAISED) (File No. 596) AN ACT CONCERNING RECOVERY OF ATTORNEY FEES AND CONTRACTING WITH QUASI-PUBLIC AGENCIES UNDER THE STATE CODE OF ETHICS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

ENVIRONMENT. H. B. No. 6333 (COMM) (File No. 44) AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AS THE LEAD AGENCY FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION ACT. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "B") In concurrence with the House.

BANKING. Substitute for H. B. No. 7019 (RAISED) (File No. 182) AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF BANKING'S ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITY, THE ISSUANCE OF CERTAIN REPORTS, REQUIRING THE RETURN OF CERTAIN PORTIONS OF SECURITY DEPOSITS AND MAKING MINOR REVISIONS TO THE BANKING STATUTES. (As amended by House Amendment Schedules "A" and "C") In concurrence with the House.

APPROPRIATIONS. H. B. No. 6304 (COMM) (File No. 450) AN ACT REQUIRING A STUDY OF THE VIABILITY OF NEW DISTRICT HEATING NETWORKS IN THE STATE. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

JUDICIARY. H. B. No. 7305 (RAISED) (File No. 665) AN ACT CONCERNING REVISIONS TO VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF THE GENERAL STATUTES. In concurrence with the House.

GENERAL LAW. H. B. No. 7070 (RAISED) (File No. 75) AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

HOUSING. Substitute for H. B. No. 7295 (RAISED) (File Nos. 559 and 713) AN ACT CONCERNING MINOR REVISIONS TO THE RENTERS REBATE PROGRAM. In concurrence with the House.

LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. Substitute for H. B. No. 6907 (COMM) (File No. 260) AN ACT CONCERNING THE INTERSTATE PASSENGER CARRIER LAW. In concurrence with the House.

VETERANS' AFFAIRS. Substitute for H. B. No. 7179 (RAISED) (File No. 138) AN ACT CONCERNING TERMINATION OF CERTAIN CONTRACTS BY CERTAIN MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD ORDERED INTO ACTIVE STATE SERVICE. In concurrence with the House.

BANKING. Substitute for H. B. No. 7141 (RAISED) (File No. 190) AN ACT CONCERNING SECURED AND UNSECURED LENDING. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

PUBLIC HEALTH. Substitute for H. B. No. 7171 (RAISED) (File Nos. 548 and 758) AN ACT CONCERNING ATHLETIC TRAINERS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PASSED

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

JUDICIARY. Substitute for H. B. No. 7060 (RAISED) (File Nos. 187 and 716) AN ACT PROHIBITING THE DISCLOSURE OF IDENTIFYING INFORMATION OF DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS.

Senator Slossberg of the 14th explained the bill and moved passage.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 30 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 32

Those voting Nay 4

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

   

N

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

   

N

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

JUDICIARY. Substitute for H. B. No. 6999 (RAISED) (File Nos. 72, 715 and 812) AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROVISION OF INFORMATION ABOUT THE USE OF THERAPY DOGS TO COMFORT AND SUPPORT TESTIFYING WITNESSES IN CERTAIN CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Moore of the 22nd explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking was Senator Suzio of the 13th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 33 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

COMMERCE. Substitute for H. B. No. 7229 (RAISED) (File No. 461) AN ACT CONCERNING THE CREATION OF CONNECTICUT BROWNFIELD LAND BANKS, REVISIONS TO THE BROWNFIELD REMEDIATION AND REVITALIZATION PROGRAM AND AUTHORIZING BONDS OF THE STATE FOR BROWNFIELD REMEDIATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS.

Senator Hartley of the 15th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking were Senators Somers of the 18th and Berthel of the 32nd.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 36 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

TRANSPORTATION. Substitute for H. B. No. 7055 (RAISED) (File No. 427) AN ACT CONCERNING RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION REGARDING THE NOTIFICATION OF STATE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES BY THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT AND THE COMMISSIONER OF TRANSPORTATION, PARKING SPACES, WAYSIDE HORNS, THE DISPOSITION OF EXCESS STATE PROPERTY, HEAVY DUTY TRAILERS, FLASHING LIGHTS ON MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD AND BRIDGE DESIGNATIONS. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Boucher of the 26th explained the bill and moved passage.

Remarking were Senators Witkos of the 8th and Leone of the 27th.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 41 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 27

Those voting Nay 9

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

   

N

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

   

N

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

   

N

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

   

N

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

   

N

32

ERIC BERTHEL

   

N

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

   

N

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

   

N

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING. Substitute for S. B. No. 1058 (RAISED) (File No. 740) AN ACT CONCERNING THE IDENTIFICATION OF EMERGING ECONOMIC TRENDS.

Senator Fonfara of the 1st explained the bill and moved passage.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 43 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 32

Those voting Nay 4

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, the bill passed.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

   

N

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

   

N

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

   

N

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

   

N

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

IMMEDIATE TRANSMITTAL TO THE HOUSE

JOINT RULE 17

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, all matters requiring further action by the House were transmitted to the House pursuant to Joint Rule 17.

CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 2

ADOPTED

The chair ordered the vote on business placed on Consent Calendar No. 2 be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 51 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, Consent Calendar No. 2 was adopted.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORT OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

BILL PASSED

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

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS. Substitute for H. B. No. 7221 (RAISED) (File Nos. 460 and 804) AN ACT CONCERNING ACCESS TO WATER PLANNING INFORMATION. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A")

Senator Gerratana of the 6th explained the bill and moved passage.

The chair ordered the vote be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 53 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 35

Necessary for Adoption 18

Those voting Yea 35

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 1

On the roll call vote the bill passed, in concurrence with the House.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

A

   

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

The following Senators abstained under Senate Rule 15:

Senator Logan of the 17th District

SENATE AGENDA NO. 2

SUSPENSION OF THE RULES

BUSINESS FROM THE HOUSE

DISAGREEING ACTION

FAVORABLE REPORT OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE

BILL PLACED ON CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 3

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the following bill from Senate Agenda No. 2 was placed on Consent Calendar No. 3 in accordance with Senate Rule 31.

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" and House Amendment Schedule “A”) In concurrence with the House.

BUSINESS ON THE CALENDAR

FAVORABLE REPORTS OF THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES

BILLS PLACED ON CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 3

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the following bills which were starred for action were placed on Consent Calendar No. 3 in accordance with Senate Rule 31.

BANKING. Substitute for H. B. No. 7141 (RAISED) (File No. 190) AN ACT CONCERNING SECURED AND UNSECURED LENDING. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. H. B. No. 5140 (COMM) (File Nos. 277 and 782) AN ACT CONCERNING REIMBURSEMENTS TO HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES. (As amended by House Amendment Schedule "A") In concurrence with the House.

CONSENT CALENDAR NO. 3

ADOPTED

The chair ordered the vote on business placed on Consent Calendar No. 3 be taken by roll call.

The following is the result of the vote at 11: 56 p. m. :

Total Number Voting 36

Necessary for Adoption 19

Those voting Yea 36

Those voting Nay 0

Those absent and not voting 0

On the roll call vote, Consent Calendar No. 3 was adopted.

The following is the roll call vote:

 

Y

 

1

JOHN W. FONFARA

 

Y

 

19

CATHERINE A. OSTEN

 

Y

 

2

DOUGLAS MCCRORY

 

Y

 

20

PAUL M. FORMICA

 

Y

 

3

TIM LARSON

 

Y

 

21

KEVIN KELLY

 

Y

 

4

STEVE CASSANO

 

Y

 

22

MARILYN MOORE

 

Y

 

5

BETH BYE

 

Y

 

23

EDWIN A. GOMES

 

Y

 

6

TERRY B. GERRATANA

 

Y

 

24

MICHAEL A. MCLACHLAN

 

Y

 

7

JOHN A. KISSEL

 

Y

 

25

BOB DUFF

 

Y

 

8

KEVIN D. WITKOS

 

Y

 

26

TONI BOUCHER

 

Y

 

9

PAUL DOYLE

 

Y

 

27

CARLO LEONE

 

Y

 

10

GARY WINFIELD

 

Y

 

28

TONY HWANG

 

Y

 

11

MARTIN M. LOONEY

 

Y

 

29

MAE M. FLEXER

 

Y

 

12

TED KENNEDY

 

Y

 

30

CRAIG MINER

 

Y

 

13

LEN SUZIO

 

Y

 

31

HENRI MARTIN

 

Y

 

14

GAYLE SLOSSBERG

 

Y

 

32

ERIC BERTHEL

 

Y

 

15

JOAN V. HARTLEY

 

Y

 

33

ART LINARES

 

Y

 

16

JOE MARKLEY

 

Y

 

34

LEONARD FASANO

 

Y

 

17

GEORGE LOGAN

 

Y

 

35

ANTHONY GUGLIELMO

 

Y

 

18

HEATHER SOMERS

 

Y

 

36

L. SCOTT FRANTZ

MOTION TO ADJOURN SINE DIE

On the motion of Senator Duff of the 25th, the Senate at 11: 58 p. m. adjourned Sine Die.

ATTEST: Garey E. Coleman

Clerk of the Senate

Hartford, Connecticut

June 7, 2017

11: 58 o'clock p. m.