Judiciary Committee Bill Record Book 6/14/2021

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Section 3: (SENATE) COMMITTEE BILLS AND RAISED BILLS

  Bill # Title Public Hearing Date Committee Action File # House Cal. # Senate Cal. # House Action Senate Action Governor's Action & Act #
  SB-6 AAC DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORMS.

SENATOR LOONEY, 11TH DIST.
SENATOR DUFF, 25TH DIST.
SENATOR MCCRORY, 2ND DIST.

et al
03-24 03-17 SCO - DRAFTED BY COMMITTEE
01-20 JUD - Vote to Draft


  sSB-363 AAC THE DUTIES OF THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.

SENATOR SLAP, 5TH DIST.
SENATOR ANWAR, 3RD DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE STAFSTROM, 129TH DIST.

et al
03-08 03-29 JUD - Joint Favorable
443
593
266
06-07 HOUSE PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. B
06-07 IN CONCURRENCE
06-04 SEN. ADOPTED SEN. AMEND. SCH. B
06-04 SEN. PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. B
  sSB-889 AAC THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY AND PLANNING DIVISION AND THE PUBLICATION OF REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS BY THE OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT.
03-03 03-29 JUD - Joint Favorable
485
561
289
06-05 HOUSE PASSED
06-05 IN CONCURRENCE
05-26 SENATE PASSED
  sSB-892 AAC THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION, DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL.

REPRESENTATIVE STAFSTROM, 129TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE GUCKER, 138TH DIST.
02-22 03-29 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
486
445
290
05-04 HOUSE PASSED
05-04 IN CONCURRENCE
04-28 SENATE PASSED
05-13 TRANSMITTED TO SECRETARY OF THE STATE
05-12 PA 21-8
05-06 SIGNED BY GOVERNOR IN ORIGINAL
  RSB-919 AAC IMMUNITY FROM CRIMINAL PROSECUTION FOR A MINOR WHO POSSESSES ALCOHOL WHEN THE MINOR SEEKS EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO PREVENT THE DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY OF ANOTHER PERSON.

REPRESENTATIVE KLARIDES-DITRIA, 105TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE FISHBEIN, 90TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE CONLEY, 40TH DIST.

et al
03-15 03-29 JUD - Joint Favorable
487
602
291
06-09 HOUSE PASSED
06-09 IN CONCURRENCE
06-07 SENATE PASSED
  RSB-923 AAC REVIEW OF ANIMAL CRUELTY LAWS BY THE CONNECTICUT SENTENCING COMMISSION.

REPRESENTATIVE BORER, 115TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE LABRIOLA, 131ST DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE KLARIDES-DITRIA, 105TH DIST.

et al
03-12 03-29 JUD - Joint Favorable
424
447
255
04-28 SENATE PASSED
  RSB-938 AAC LAND USE APPEALS.

REPRESENTATIVE FISHBEIN, 90TH DIST.
SENATOR LOONEY, 11TH DIST.
03-03 04-09 JUD - MOTION FAILED JF


  sSB-939 AAC THE CIVIL LIABILITY OF A PHYSICIAN WHO ASSISTS A SWAT TEAM AND AN ARCHITECT WHO EVALUATES SAFETY ELEMENTS IN THE AFTERMATH OF A MAJOR DISASTER OR EMERGENCY.

REPRESENTATIVE FISHBEIN, 90TH DIST.
03-15 04-09 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
609

344
  RSB-940 AAC STATE AGENCY COMPLIANCE WITH PROBATE COURT ORDERS.

REPRESENTATIVE FISHBEIN, 90TH DIST.
SENATOR KELLY, 21ST DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE GUCKER, 138TH DIST.
03-15 04-08 JUD - Joint Favorable
610
604
347
06-09 HOUSE PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-09 IN CONCURRENCE
06-07 SEN. ADOPTED SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-07 SEN. PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
  RSB-959 AAC PROBATE COURT OPERATIONS.

REPRESENTATIVE SIMMS, 140TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE GUCKER, 138TH DIST.
03-15 03-29 JUD - Joint Favorable
488
446
292
06-05 HOUSE PASSED
06-05 IN CONCURRENCE
04-28 SENATE PASSED
  RSB-960 AAC PRETRIAL ALCOHOL AND DRUG EDUCATION PROGRAMS.
03-12

  RSB-972 AAC COMMUNICATION SERVICES IN CORRECTIONAL AND JUVENILE DETENTION FACILITIES.

REPRESENTATIVE ELLIOTT, 88TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE SIMMS, 140TH DIST.
SENATOR LOONEY, 11TH DIST.

et al
03-22 05-03 APP - Joint Favorable
03-29 JUD - Joint Favorable
453
535
269
06-03 HOUSE PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-03 IN CONCURRENCE
05-20 SEN. ADOPTED SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-20 SEN. PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
04-28 REF. BY SEN. TO COMM. ON APP
06-10 TRANSMITTED TO SECRETARY OF THE STATE
06-10 TRANSMITTED BY SECRETARY OF THE STATE TO GOVERNOR
06-09 PA 21-54
  sSB-978 AAC PAROLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS SERVING LENGTHY SENTENCES FOR CRIMES COMMITTED BEFORE THE INDIVIDUAL TURNED TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE.

REPRESENTATIVE SIMMS, 140TH DIST.
SENATOR HASKELL, 26TH DIST.
03-10 04-05 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
611

353
  sSB-986 AAC REVISIONS TO THE CONNECTICUT UNIFORM TRUST CODE, RULE AGAINST PERPETUITIES, CONNECTICUT UNIFORM POWER OF ATTORNEY ACT, CONNECTICUT BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT AND CONNECTICUT REVISED NONSTOCK CORPORATION ACT.

REPRESENTATIVE STAFSTROM, 129TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE GUCKER, 138TH DIST.
03-12 03-29 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
490
536
293
06-02 HOUSE PASSED
06-02 IN CONCURRENCE
05-19 SENATE PASSED
06-08 TRANSMITTED TO SECRETARY OF THE STATE
06-08 TRANSMITTED BY SECRETARY OF THE STATE TO GOVERNOR
06-07 PA 21-39
  RSB-987 AAC REINVESTMENT OF SAVINGS ACHIEVED THROUGH A REDUCTION IN CORRECTIONAL FACILITY POPULATION INTO REENTRY AND COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES AND PROGRAMS.

REPRESENTATIVE REYES, 75TH DIST.
03-10

  RSB-988 AAC JUDICIAL COMPENSATION.

REPRESENTATIVE STAFSTROM, 129TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE STALLWORTH, 126TH DIST.
03-15 03-29 JUD - Joint Favorable
454

270
04-28 REF. BY SEN. TO COMM. ON APP
  sSB-989 AAC ONLINE HARASSMENT.

REPRESENTATIVE PETIT, 22ND DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE STEINBERG, 136TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE EXUM, 19TH DIST.

et al
03-10 04-08 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
612
537
351
06-03 HOUSE PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-03 IN CONCURRENCE
05-20 SEN. ADOPTED SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-20 SEN. PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-10 TRANSMITTED TO SECRETARY OF THE STATE
06-10 TRANSMITTED BY SECRETARY OF THE STATE TO GOVERNOR
06-09 PA 21-56
  RSB-1018 AAC PROSECUTORIAL ACCOUNTABILITY.

REPRESENTATIVE MICHEL, 146TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE HUGHES, 135TH DIST.
03-10

  sSB-1019 AAC THE BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES, ERASURE OF CRIMINAL RECORDS FOR CERTAIN MISDEMEANOR AND FELONY OFFENSES, PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION BASED ON ERASED CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD INFORMATION AND CONCERNING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CONNECTICUT SENTENCING COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO MISDEMEANOR SENTENCES.

REPRESENTATIVE GIBSON, 15TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE HALL, 7TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE MICHEL, 146TH DIST.

et al
03-10 05-10 APP - Joint Favorable
04-05 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
613
514
349
05-27 HOUSE RE-OFFERED, HOUSE AMEND. SCH B
05-27 HOUSE PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-27 IN CONCURRENCE
05-18 SEN. ADOPTED SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-18 SEN. PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-05 REF. BY SEN. TO COMM. ON APP
06-10 SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
06-04 TRANSMITTED TO SECRETARY OF THE STATE
06-04 TRANSMITTED BY SECRETARY OF THE STATE TO GOVERNOR
06-03 PA 21-32
  sSB-1023 AAC THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND OPPORTUNITIES.

REPRESENTATIVE STAFSTROM, 129TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE GUCKER, 138TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE SANTIAGO, 84TH DIST.

et al
03-15 04-09 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
614
541
345
06-05 HOUSE PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-05 IN CONCURRENCE
05-20 SEN. ADOPTED SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-20 SEN. PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
  RSB-1029 AAC CAUSES OF ACTION AGAINST LICENSED NURSING HOME FACILITIES FOR FAILURE TO MEET STANDARDS OF CARE RELATED TO COVID-19.

REPRESENTATIVE BOLINSKY, 106TH DIST.
03-22

  sSB-1058 AAC COMPASSIONATE OR MEDICAL PAROLE RELEASE BY THE BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES AND CONCERNING STAFF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION.

SENATOR LOONEY, 11TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE SIMMS, 140TH DIST.
SENATOR MILLER, 27TH DIST.

et al
03-22 04-05 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
615
513
350
05-12 SENATE PASSED
  sSB-1059 AAC THE OFFICE OF THE CORRECTION OMBUDS, THE USE OF ISOLATED CONFINEMENT, SECLUSION AND RESTRAINTS, SOCIAL CONTACTS FOR INCARCERATED PERSONS AND TRAINING AND WORKERS' COMPENSATION BENEFITS FOR CORRECTION OFFICERS.

REPRESENTATIVE ELLIOTT, 88TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE MICHEL, 146TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE HUGHES, 135TH DIST.

et al
03-22 05-24 APP - Joint Favorable
04-08 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
616
601
348
06-05 HOUSE PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-05 IN CONCURRENCE
06-04 SEN. ADOPTED SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-04 SEN. PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-18 REF. BY SEN. TO COMM. ON APP
  RSB-1060 AAC COURT PROCEEDINGS INVOLVING ALLEGATIONS OF COERCIVE CONTROL OCCURRING BETWEEN FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS.

SENATOR KASSER, 36TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE KAVROS DEGRAW, 17TH DIST.
SENATOR MOORE, 22ND DIST.

et al
03-24

  RSB-1069 AAC FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION.

REPRESENTATIVE MICHEL, 146TH DIST.
03-24

  RSB-1084 AAC THE COLLECTION OF CERTAIN DATA RELATING TO PARENTS WHO HAVE THEIR PARENTAL RIGHTS TERMINATED.

REPRESENTATIVE REYES, 75TH DIST.
03-31

  RSB-1088 AAC ASSAULT OF A SPORTS OFFICIAL.

REPRESENTATIVE GILCHREST, 18TH DIST.
03-31

  RSB-1089 AAC THE REVISOR'S TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO THE GENERAL STATUTES.

REPRESENTATIVE GUCKER, 138TH DIST.
03-31 04-05 JUD - Joint Favorable
592
450
342
06-02 HOUSE PASSED
06-02 IN CONCURRENCE
04-28 SENATE PASSED
06-08 TRANSMITTED TO SECRETARY OF THE STATE
06-08 TRANSMITTED BY SECRETARY OF THE STATE TO GOVERNOR
06-07 PA 21-40
  sSB-1091 AAC THE DEFINITION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, REVISING STATUTES CONCERNING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, CHILD CUSTODY, FAMILY RELATIONS MATTER FILINGS AND BIGOTRY OR BIAS CRIMES AND CREATING A PROGRAM TO PROVIDE LEGAL COUNSEL TO INDIGENTS IN RESTRAINING ORDER CASES.

SENATOR KASSER, 36TH DIST.
SENATOR FLEXER, 29TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE MICHEL, 146TH DIST.

et al
03-31 05-10 APP - Joint Favorable
04-08 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
617
515
352
06-04 HOUSE PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-04 IN CONCURRENCE
05-18 SEN. ADOPTED SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-18 SEN. PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-05 REF. BY SEN. TO COMM. ON APP
  RSB-1092 AAC A STUDY OF THE STATE'S CIVIL LAWS.
03-31 04-09 JUD - Joint Favorable
618

346
  sSB-1093 AAC CIVILIAN POLICE REVIEW BOARDS, SECURITY GUARDS, BODY-WORN RECORDING EQUIPMENT, SEARCHES BY POLICE, LIMITATIONS ON OFFENSES SUBJECT TO AUTOMATIC ERASURE, ENTICING A JUVENILE TO COMMIT A CRIME, LAWFUL ORDERS BY POLICE OFFICERS AND NOTICE TO A VICTIM CONCERNING AUTOMATIC ERASURE OF CRIMINAL RECORD HISTORY.

REPRESENTATIVE FISHBEIN, 90TH DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE NUCCIO, 53RD DIST.
REPRESENTATIVE HOWARD, 43RD DIST.

et al
03-31 04-06 JUD - Joint Favorable Substitute
593
553
343
05-27 HOUSE PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-27 IN CONCURRENCE
05-26 SEN. ADOPTED SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
05-26 SEN. PASSED, SEN. AMEND. SCH. A
06-10 SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
06-04 TRANSMITTED TO SECRETARY OF THE STATE
06-04 TRANSMITTED BY SECRETARY OF THE STATE TO GOVERNOR
06-03 PA 21-33