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List of Bills

H.B. No. 5137 (COMM) HOUSING. 'AN ACT ELIMINATING REDUCTIONS OF STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO MUNICIPALITIES WHOSE RESIDENTS RECEIVED GRANT PAYMENTS UNDER THE RENTERS REBATE PROGRAM', to eliminate a requirement that the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management withhold or reduce state financial assistance provided to municipalities whose residents received grant payments under the renters rebate program.
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H.B. No. 5322 (RAISED) AGING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING REGISTRATION OF HOME CARE WORKERS AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE PROVISION OF HOME CARE', to require registration of domestic household workers with the Commissioner of Consumer Protection and to direct the Commissioner of Consumer Protection to enact regulations specific to domestic household workers placed by a home care registry.
REF. AGING

H.B. No. 5323 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS. 'AN ACT CONCERNING UNITED STATES CITIZENS AND NATURAL DISASTER FUNDING IN THE STATE', to provide disaster assistance to residents of the state and United States citizens who have relocated to the state who are victims of natural disasters by the most cost-efficient, equitable and effective means.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

H.B. No. 5324 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS. 'AN ACT CONCERNING MUNICIPAL FUNDING', to equitably provide state funding to municipalities.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

H.B. No. 5325 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS. 'AN ACT CONCERNING PREKINDERGARTEN TO GRADE TWELVE EDUCATION FUNDING', to provide funding for prekindergarten to grade twelve, inclusive, education by the most cost-efficient, equitable and effective means.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

H.B. No. 5326 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS. 'AN ACT CONCERNING MEDICAID FUNDING', to provide funding for Medicaid by the most cost-efficient, equitable and effective means.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

H.B. No. 5327 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE GENERAL FUND BUDGET', to review the process by which appropriations are made from the General Fund in the state budget.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

H.B. No. 5328 (RAISED) COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE ADMISSIBILITY OF ADMISSIONS, CONFESSIONS AND STATEMENTS BY CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN', to render inadmissible in any proceeding concerning the alleged delinquency of a child under the age of eighteen any admission, confession or statement made by such child to a police officer or Juvenile Court official unless such statement was made in the presence of such child's parent or guardian after such parent or guardian and child have been apprised of such child's rights.
REF. COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN

H.B. No. 5329 (RAISED) COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE USE OF FLAME RETARDANT CHEMICALS IN CHILDREN'S PRODUCTS AND UPHOLSTERED RESIDENTIAL FURNITURE', to prohibit the sale and distribution of children's products and upholstered residential furniture containing organohalogen flame retardant chemicals.
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H.B. No. 5330 (RAISED) COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN. 'AN ACT CONCERNING HOMELESS CHILDREN ENROLLING IN CHILD CARE', to require the Commissioner of Early Childhood to adopt regulations establishing a ninety-day waiver of immunization requirements for homeless children enrolling in child care centers, group child care homes and family child care homes.
REF. COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN

H.B. No. 5331 (RAISED) COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE CHILDREN'S REPORT CARD', to eliminate the requirement that the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to children electronically transmit the Children's Report Card to certain entities, and to specify the membership of the leadership committee with which said committee shall consult.
REF. COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN

H.B. No. 5332 (RAISED) COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES', to (1) require the Department of Children and Families to include in its strategic plan strategies to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities within child welfare practice; (2) require the Commissioner of Children and Families to collect data on the race and ethnicity of children and families involved with the department, and work to eliminate certain disparities based on race, ethnicity and other factors; (3) require the department to disclose records to the Chief State's Attorney for the purpose of investigating or prosecuting an allegation of fraud in the receipt of certain benefits; (4) create an exception from the requirement that the commissioner obtain consent from the parent or guardian of a child to interview such child for the purpose of investigating a claim of neglect if such parent or guardian is the perpetrator of the alleged neglect; (5) require certain health care providers to notify the department of newborns exhibiting certain symptoms consistent with prenatal substance exposure and other conditions and require the department to establish guidelines for the safe care of such newborns; (6) clarify the definition of "fictive kin caregiver"; (7) clarify that certain residential facilities may care for or board a child without a license obtained from the commissioner; and (8) permit the commissioner to investigate and maintain actions in the name of the state for violations of certain statutes pertaining to the unlicensed caring for, boarding of and placing of a child.
REF. COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN

H.B. No. 5333 (RAISED) COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT REGISTRY', to require the Commissioner of Children and Families to make a reasonable effort to notify the employer of an individual placed on the child abuse and neglect registry of such individual's placement on the registry if such individual has direct contact with children through such employment.
REF. COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN

H.B. No. 5334 (RAISED) EDUCATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING NOTIFICATION BY CONTRACTORS TO BOARDS OF EDUCATION REGARDING INCIDENTS OF ARREST OF EMPLOYEES', to require contractors to notify boards of education when certain employees have been arrested.
REF. EDUCATION

H.B. No. 5335 (RAISED) EDUCATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE ALIGNMENT OF THE COORDINATED STATE-WIDE READING PLAN WITH THE STATE'S TWO-GENERATIONAL INITIATIVE', to align the coordinated state-wide reading plan for students in kindergarten to grade three with the state's two-generational initiative.
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H.B. No. 5336 (RAISED) EDUCATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE FUNDING OF THE STATE EDUCATION RESOURCE CENTER', to require a separate line item for the State Education Resource Center in the budget of the Department of Education.
REF. EDUCATION

H.B. No. 5337 (RAISED) EDUCATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING A STUDY OF VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS', to require the Department of Education to conduct a study concerning the implementation of virtual learning and distance learning in the state.
REF. EDUCATION

H.B. No. 5338 (RAISED) EDUCATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE FUNDING AND EXPANSION OF CERTAIN CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS', to provide a means of additional funding for those certificate programs that have a high employment rate for students in their field of study following graduation.
REF. EDUCATION

H.B. No. 5339 (RAISED) EDUCATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING PUBLIC SCHOOLS', to require the Department of Education to study issues affecting public schools.
REF. EDUCATION

H.B. No. 5340 (RAISED) EDUCATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING A STUDY OF EDUCATION SAVINGS ACCOUNTS', to conduct a study of education savings accounts.
REF. EDUCATION

H.B. No. 5341 (RAISED) EDUCATION. 'AN ACT PROVIDING IMMUNITY FROM LIABILITY FOR SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS WHO MAY ADMINISTER MEDICATION TO A STUDENT', to include school bus drivers in the list of persons protected from liability for administering medication to a student.
REF. EDUCATION

H.B. No. 5342 (RAISED) EDUCATION. 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO STUDY BEST PRACTICES REGARDING SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING', to establish a task force to study issues relating to best practices for social-emotional learning.
REF. EDUCATION

H.B. No. 5343 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT CONCERNING FINES ORDERED BY THE PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY AUTHORITY, CIVIL PENALTIES FOR FAILURES TO COMPLY RELATED TO EXCAVATION, DEMOLITION OR DISCHARGE OF EXPLOSIVES AND CERTAIN TIMEFRAMES FOR CALCULATING LOST AND UNACCOUNTED FOR GAS', to permit the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to order fines, restitution to customers or a combination of fines and restitution, to require that civil penalties for failure to comply related to excavation, demolition or discharge of explosives in relation to underground utilities be paid by the person, agency or public utility to whom the notice of such failure to comply is addressed and to change the time frame for the calculation of lost and unaccounted for gas.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5344 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT REQUIRING THE STUDY OF LEAD BY EXAMPLE AND PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING', to require the Commissioner of Energy and Environmental Protection to conduct a study regarding lead by example and performance contracting.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5345 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT CONCERNING LEAD SERVICE LINE REPLACEMENT', to allow water companies to submit lead service line replacement plans to the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority and to allow the authority to authorize cost recovery mechanisms for the replacement of customer lead service liens.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5346 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE SALE OF MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY AND WASTEWATER UTILITY ASSETS', to create a process for determining the sale price of municipal water supply and wastewater utility assets.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5347 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT CONCERNING COSTS RELATED TO FEES PAID BY PUBLIC UTILITIES', to prohibit public utilities from recovering costs of association fees from ratepayers.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5348 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT MAKING USEFUL THERMAL ENERGY GENERATED FROM BIODIESEL A CLASS I RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE AND CREATING A HOMEOWNER-GENERATED USEFUL THERMAL ENERGY PROGRAM', to change the definition of Class I renewable energy source to include certain useful thermal energy generated from biodiesel and to create a homeowner-generated useful thermal energy program.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5349 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT REQUIRING THE STUDY OF THE PERMITTING OF FARM-BASED ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS', to require the Commissioner of Energy and Environmental Protection to study ways to streamline the permitting process for anaerobic digesters.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5350 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT CONCERNING SHARED SOLAR FACILITIES AND MUNICIPAL AIRPORTS', to create a pilot program for shared solar facilities at municipal airports.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5351 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT REQUIRING THE STUDY OF ENERGY SOURCES', to require the chairperson of the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to conduct a study regarding energy sources.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5352 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT REQUIRING THE STUDY OF THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE STATE', to require the chairperson of the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to conduct a study pertaining to technology.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5353 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY. 'AN ACT CONCERNING PROPANE FUEL DELIVERIES IN CASES OF EMERGENCY', to permit propane customers to purchase from a supplier other than the one with whom they have a contract in cases of emergency.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

H.B. No. 5354 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING SNAPPING TURTLES AND RED-EARED SLIDER TURTLES', to prohibit the sale or trade of snapping turtles and red-eared slider turtles.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5355 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING STANDARDS FOR THE ADEQUACY OF DOG SHELTER DURING EXTREME WEATHER CONDITIONS', to establish certain requirements for what constitutes adequate shelter for a dog during adverse weather conditions.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5356 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS FOR DAMS', to reduce certain regulatory burdens for municipalities and other dam owners by authorizing the submission of updated pages for emergency action plans rather than requiring entirely new plans.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5357 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TAX CREDIT FOR DONATED AGRICULTURAL FOOD COMMODITIES PRODUCED OR GROWN BY THE TAXPAYER', to establish a tax credit for foods grown by farmers and donated to certain charities.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5358 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT AUTHORIZING BLACK BEAR HUNTING IN LITCHFIELD COUNTY', to authorize the hunting of black bear in Litchfield County.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5359 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING SHELLFISH LEASES', to require any regulations concerning shellfish leases to be adopted in accordance with the Uniform Administrative Procedure Act and submitted to the General Assembly for approval.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5360 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING REVISIONS TO CERTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND CONSERVATION PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION', to authorize the inclusion of grass clippings for certain leaf composting facilities without solid waste permits and to provide for better tracking of fallow deer populations.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5361 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO REQUIRE CERTAIN ELECTRONIC MONITORING DEVICES FOR AQUACULTURE LICENSEES', to require the Department of Agriculture to adopt regulations for the requirement that shellfish licensees be monitored by electronic monitoring devices.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5362 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE REGISTRATION AND INSPECTION OF MUNICIPAL POUNDS AND SHELTERS', to require municipal pounds and shelters to register with the Department of Agriculture and follow the same sanitation and animal treatment standards as other registered facilities.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5363 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING A CARBON PRICE FOR FOSSIL FUELS SOLD IN CONNECTICUT', to establish a carbon price for fossil fuels sold in the state.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5364 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF HORSESHOE CRABS', to prohibit the taking of horseshoe crabs at certain locations in Stratford and require recommendations concerning the protection of horseshoe crabs.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5365 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT AUTHORIZING LIFETIME HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSES', to authorize the establishment of lifetime hunting and fishing licenses.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5366 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT AUTHORIZING SUNDAY BOW HUNTING OF DEER ON PRIVATE PROPERTY THROUGHOUT THE STATE', to authorize the bow hunting of deer on private property on Sundays throughout the state rather than only in deer management zones.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5367 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN BITING AND ATTACKING DOGS', to convene a working group to examine the prevalence of vicious dog attacks in the state and develop recommendations for how to reduce the number of such attacks and how to mitigate the effects of disposal orders for such attacking animals on municipalities and the state.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

H.B. No. 5368 (RAISED) GENERAL LAW. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE SHIPMENT OF WINE TO CONSUMERS', to allow out-of-state retailers to ship wine directly to consumers in this state.
REF. GENERAL LAW

H.B. No. 5369 (RAISED) GENERAL LAW. 'AN ACT CONCERNING COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGERS', to change the fidelity bond requirement for community association managers to a crime insurance policy requirement.
REF. GENERAL LAW

H.B. No. 5370 (RAISED) GENERAL LAW. 'AN ACT CONCERNING CHANGE ORDERS IN CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS', to require a minimum amount be included in private and public commercial construction contracts for work performed pursuant to a change order.
REF. GENERAL LAW

H.B. No. 5371 (RAISED) HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT. 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE FREE 2 START SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM AND THE FREE 2 FINISH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM', to provide scholarships to students of low and moderate income families that cover the unpaid portion of such students' tuition.
REF. HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT

H.B. No. 5372 (RAISED) HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING DYSLEXIA INSTRUCTION OFFERED IN TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMS', to clarify the components of dyslexia instruction offered in teacher preparation programs in the state.
REF. HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT

H.B. No. 5373 (RAISED) HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT. 'AN ACT CONCERNING STUDENTS IN CRISIS AT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION', to provide one-time emergency expense grants to students who experience unexpected financial hardships that impede such students' ability to complete their degree.
REF. HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT

H.B. No. 5374 (RAISED) HOUSING. 'AN ACT REQUIRING CERTAIN HOUSING PROJECTS TO PROVIDE MEETING SPACE FOR TENANTS', to require certain housing projects to provide meeting space for tenants.
REF. HOUSING

H.B. No. 5375 (RAISED) HOUSING. 'AN ACT CREATING A WORKING GROUP TO STUDY HOUSING OPTIONS FOR PERSONS REENTERING THE COMMUNITY AFTER INCARCERATION', to create a working group to study housing options for persons reentering the community after incarceration.
REF. HOUSING

H.B. No. 5376 (RAISED) HOUSING. 'AN ACT LIMITING RENT INCREASES IN CERTAIN MULTIFAMILY DWELLINGS', to limit rent increases by property owners who have received, or are receiving, state financial assistance for the construction, rehabilitation or renovation of a multifamily dwelling.
REF. HOUSING

H.B. No. 5377 (RAISED) HOUSING. 'AN ACT CREATING A TASK FORCE TO STUDY METHODS TO PREVENT THE OVERCROWDING OF SATELLITE DISHES ON THE ROOFS OF SINGLE-FAMILY AND MULTIFAMILY HOMES IN THIS STATE', to create a task force to study methods to prevent the overcrowding of satellite dishes on single-family and multifamily homes in this state.
REF. HOUSING

H.B. No. 5378 (RAISED) INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. 'AN ACT CONCERNING AFFIRMATIVE ATTESTATIONS BY SPECIALISTS REGARDING PRESCRIPTION DRUGS', to require that certain specialists affirmatively attest that they have informed an insured's primary care provider of certain prescriptions issued, and changes in prescriptions made, by such specialists or risk delaying reimbursement.
REF. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

H.B. No. 5379 (RAISED) INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING A STATE INDIVIDUAL HEALTH CARE RESPONSIBILITY FEE AND THE CONNECTICUT HEALTH CARE SAVINGS PROGRAM', to establish (1) a state individual health care responsibility fee for taxpayers who fail to maintain minimum essential health insurance coverage, and (2) the Connecticut Health Care Savings Program.
REF. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

H.B. No. 5380 (RAISED) INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. 'AN ACT CONCERNING CLINICAL PEER REVIEW PERFORMED FOR PURPOSES OF A UTILIZATION REVIEW', to require that a clinical peer who performs a clinical peer review during a utilization review be licensed in this state in the same specialty as typically manages the medical condition, procedure or treatment under review.
REF. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

H.B. No. 5381 (RAISED) INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. 'AN ACT IMPOSING A SURCHARGE ON CERTAIN PERSONAL RISK INSURANCE POLICIES TO FUND REGIONAL FIRE SCHOOLS' OPERATING BUDGETS AND CERTAIN FIREFIGHTER TRAINING COSTS', to impose a surcharge on the net direct premiums of homeowners and renters insurance policies written by insurance companies, on property or risks located or resident in this state, to fund the operating budgets of regional fire schools, certain training costs and fees and purchases of fire equipment.
REF. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

H.B. No. 5382 (RAISED) INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. 'AN ACT CONCERNING CONTINUITY OF CARE AND NETWORK ADEQUACY', to expand the definition of "active course of treatment" within the context of continuity of care, require that the Insurance Commissioner redetermine the sufficiency of a health carrier's network when a health system leaves the health carrier's network and require that health carriers disclose additional information to covered persons regarding continuity of care.
REF. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

H.B. No. 5383 (RAISED) INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. 'AN ACT CONCERNING DISPUTES BETWEEN HEALTH CARRIERS AND PARTICIPATING PROVIDERS THAT ARE HOSPITALS', to (1) extend the notice periods before a participating provider's departure or removal from a provider network, and (2) require that health carriers and participating providers that are hospitals continue to abide by the terms of certain contracts for sixty days.
REF. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

H.B. No. 5384 (RAISED) INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. 'AN ACT CONCERNING PRESCRIPTION DRUG COSTS', to impose additional disclosure and reporting requirements on pharmacy benefits managers, health carriers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, the Office of Health Strategy and the Insurance Department concerning prescription drug rebates and the cost of prescription drugs.
REF. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

H.B. No. 5385 (RAISED) INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING A WORKING GROUP TO STUDY HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUM RATE INCREASES AND DEVELOP RECOMMENDATIONS TO MITIGATE SUCH INCREASES', to establish a working group to study health insurance premium rate increases in this state and develop recommendations to mitigate such increases.
REF. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

H.B. No. 5386 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. 'AN ACT CONCERNING VARIOUS PAY EQUITY AND FAIRNESS MATTERS', to strengthen provisions of the law concerning pay equity and fairness.
REF. LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

H.B. No. 5387 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. 'AN ACT CONCERNING PAID FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE', to establish a paid family and medical leave system in Connecticut.
REF. LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

H.B. No. 5388 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. 'AN ACT CONCERNING A FAIR MINIMUM WAGE', to provide more economic security to Connecticut families by increasing the minimum fair wage.
REF. LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

H.B. No. 5389 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING TRANSPORTATION ISSUES', to allow temporary and permanent livery permit holders to use stretcher vans to transport elderly persons and persons with disabilities who must be transported on a stretcher.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

H.B. No. 5390 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING HIGHWAY SAFETY AND CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS CHECKS FOR OPERATORS OF SCHOOL BUSES', to allow a person who applies for a public passenger endorsement to operate a school bus, while the application is pending, to operate a school bus.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

H.B. No. 5391 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE', to require the Commissioner of Transportation to conduct studies and satisfy other requirements pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act for the purposes of developing electronic tolling systems on the highways of this state.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

H.B. No. 5392 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION. 'AN ACT CONCERNING AIRPORTS', to implement requirements for meteorological tower markings.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

H.B. No. 5393 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION. 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE CONNECTICUT TRANSPORTATION FINANCE AUTHORITY TO MAINTAIN MAJOR STATE HIGHWAYS', to establish the Connecticut Transportation Finance Authority to maintain major state highways if and when the General Assembly authorizes the implementation of electronic tolling systems on such major state highways.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

H.B. No. 5394 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE LEGALIZATION AND REGULATION OF THE RETAIL SALE OF MARIJUANA', to develop a plan to legalize and regulate the retail sale of marijuana in the state and to provide for substance abuse treatment, prevention, education and awareness programs and measures.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

H.B. No. 5395 (RAISED) AGING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR PROVIDERS OF SERVICES TO SENIOR CITIZENS', to provide information to consumers regarding the background and financial arrangements of persons providing senior planning services.
REF. AGING

H.B. No. 5396 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT PROTECTING VICTIMS OF FRAUD BY CERTAIN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS', to allow private citizens to file lawsuits on behalf of the state to enforce violations of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5397 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT', to establish a task force to study ways in which the state may (1) encourage the growth of business, (2) stimulate job growth and increase municipal tax revenue, and (3) address concerns regarding the availability of financing after the merger, takeover or liquidation of a financial institution.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5398 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT PROHIBITING STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES FROM PROVIDING CERTAIN PROPERTY TO A FEDERAL AGENCY FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUCH PROPERTY'S FORFEITURE', to prevent state and local law enforcement agencies from (1) transferring property seized under state law to a federal agency for the purpose of such property's forfeiture under federal law, and (2) receiving from a federal agency proceeds of certain property seized under federal law.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5399 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE ASSIGNMENT OF CERTAIN PROPERTY TAX, WATER AND SEWER LIENS', to (1) limit the assignment of unpaid property tax, water and sewer liens, and (2) ensure that persons responsible for the payment of such liens are notified of any such assignment.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5400 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSUMER COLLECTION AGENCIES', to remove the requirement that consumer collection agencies have a minimum tangible net worth of fifty thousand dollars.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5401 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING FEES FOR CASHING PAYROLL DRAFTS', to clarify that the commissioner shall adopt regulations establishing the maximum fees that may be charged by a check cashing licensee for cashing a payroll draft.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5402 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE REPORTING OF RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER'S NONPAYMENT FOR CERTAIN UTILITY AND TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES', to delay certain utility and telecommunication companies from reporting customer's nonpayment for service to credit rating agencies.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5403 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT CREATING A TASK FORCE TO STUDY LEAD ABATEMENT', to study issues concerning lead abatement.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5404 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF CONNECTICUT CREDIT UNIONS TO MAKE MEMBER BUSINESS LOANS THAT MEET CERTAIN FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS', to allow Connecticut credit unions to issue member business loans, provided such loans comply with federal law.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5405 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING CONNECTICUT CREDIT UNIONS', to: (1) Allow Connecticut credit unions to, without prior approval from the Commissioner of Banking, engage in any activity that a federal credit union or out-of-state credit union may be authorized to engage in under state or federal law; (2) require the Commissioner of Banking to report certain information; (3) change the requirements for reviewing policies adopted by the governing board of a Connecticut credit union; (4) allow Connecticut credit unions to provide electronic notices of certain meetings; (5) allow members of a Connecticut credit union to vote by electronic means; and (6) expand the area of operation and services of Connecticut credit unions.
REF. BANKING

H.B. No. 5406 (RAISED) BANKING. 'AN ACT CONCERNING CASH REFUNDS FOR THE BALANCE OF A GIFT CARD', to increase the minimum balance amount for which a consumer using a gift card may request a cash refund.
REF. BANKING

H.J. No. 14 (COMM) TRANSPORTATION. 'RESOLUTION CONCERNING INTERSTATE REST AREAS'
REF. TRANSPORTATION