Bills Introduced in Session Year 2019

Representative Geoff Luxenberg of the 12th

 
Address
Legislative Office Building
Room 4000
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
Phone
 860-240-8500

Bills Introduced in Session Year 2019

Representative Geoff Luxenberg of the 12th

Address
Legislative Office Building
Room 4000
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
Phone
 860-240-8500

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HB05001 AN ACT ENSURING THAT STUDENTS IN THIS STATE RECEIVE HIGH-QUALITY SKILLS TRAINING. 
HB05002 AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GREEN NEW DEAL. 
HB05003 AN ACT IMPLEMENTING A PAID FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE PROGRAM. 
HB05004 AN ACT RAISING THE MINIMUM FAIR WAGE. 
HB05005 AN ACT SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESSES. 
HB05048 AN ACT REQUIRING HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THE PERIL OF COLLAPSE AND CERTAIN STRUCTURAL MITIGATION. 
HB05595 AN ACT AUTHORIZING AND REGULATING THE RETAIL SALE OF MARIJUANA. 
HB05638 AN ACT IMPLEMENTING A PAID FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE PROGRAM IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 
HB05639 AN ACT RAISING THE MINIMUM WAGE IN CONNECTICUT. 
HB05775 AN ACT APPROPRIATING FUNDS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT TO STUDY PYRRHOTITE AND CRUMBLING CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS. 
HB05808 AN ACT ESTABLISHING A CREDIT AGAINST THE PERSONAL INCOME TAX FOR HOMEOWNERS WHOSE RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS HAVE CRUMBLING CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS. 
HB05852 AN ACT CONCERNING A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP FOR CRUMBLING CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR SUCH PARTNERSHIP. 
HB05857 AN ACT CONCERNING THE HEALTHY HOMES FUND SURCHARGE. 
HB05863 AN ACT ESTABLISHING CONNECTICUT AS A SANCTUARY STATE. 
HB05890 AN ACT CONCERNING THE REASSESSED VALUE OF A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING WITH A FOUNDATION MADE WITH DEFECTIVE CONCRETE. 
HB05891 AN ACT CONCERNING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY TO AUTOMATE THE COLLECTION AND REMITTANCE OF SALES TAX. 
HB05914 AN ACT INCREASING THE MINIMUM AGE TO PURCHASE TOBACCO PRODUCTS, ELECTRONIC NICOTINE DELIVERY SYSTEMS AND VAPOR PRODUCTS. 
HB05938 AN ACT CONCERNING A BUS ROUTE CONNECTING MANCHESTER, HARTFORD AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT AT STORRS. 
HJ00036 RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO AUTOMATICALLY ADMIT SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD STATE RESIDENTS AS ELECTORS.