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HB 5003 - Labor and Public Employees Committee
AN ACT IMPLEMENTING A PAID FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE PROGRAM.
04/16/2019 - Tabled for the Calendar, House
To establish a paid family and medical leave system in Connecticut.

HB 5004 - Labor and Public Employees Committee
AN ACT INCREASING THE MINIMUM FAIR WAGE.
05/28/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To provide more economic security to Connecticut families by increasing the minimum fair wage.

HB 5052 - Rep. Dave W. Yaccarino, 87th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE PROBATE COURT TO ORDER THAT AN INDIVIDUAL SUBMIT TO AN INVOLUNTARY MEDICAL EVALUATION.
01/09/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary
To provide a Probate Court with the authority to order a person with a substance use disorder or mental disability to submit to an involuntary medical evaluation.

HB 5120 - Rep. Kathleen M. McCarty, 38th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH PARITY AND THE ALL-PAYER CLAIMS DATABASE.
01/10/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Insurance and Real Estate
To expand mental health parity requirements, require that health carriers report additional data to the Insurance Commissioner concerning mental health parity, require that the commissioner submit an annual report to the General Assembly regarding the commissioner's efforts to ensure mental health parity, and require that the Office of Health Strategy submit an annual report to the General Assembly regarding the all-payer claims database.

HB 5143 - Rep. Kathleen M. McCarty, 38th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING EVALUATION OF PROGRAMS FUNDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES.
01/10/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To provide proper evaluation of programs funded by the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

HB 5145 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING REGIONAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ACTION ORGANIZATIONS.
05/31/2019 - Senate Calendar Number 654
To establish regional behavioral health action organizations and to study the efficacy of such organizations and make recommendations concerning their services.

HB 5154 - Public Safety and Security Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH CARE AND WELLNESS TRAINING AND SUICIDE PREVENTION FOR POLICE OFFICERS.
04/08/2019 - File Number 465
To promote mental health and wellness training and suicide prevention for police officers.

HB 5167 - Rep. Cara Christine Pavalock-D'Amato, 77th Dist.
AN ACT EXPANDING PROTECTION FROM DISCRIMINATION TO CERTAIN STUDENTS.
01/11/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Education
To protect students from discrimination in public schools.

HB 5192 - Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO STUDY THE ROLE OF HOSPITALS IN THE TREATMENT OF OPIOID ADDICTION.
05/15/2019 - File Number 877
To establish a task force to study the role of hospitals in the treatment of individuals suffering from opioid addiction and require the task force to submit a report to the legislative public health committee.

HB 5212 - Rep. Tom O'Dea, 125th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING PARITY FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND THE ALL-PAYER CLAIMS DATABASE.
01/11/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Insurance and Real Estate
To expand mental health parity requirements, require that health carriers report additional data to the Insurance Commissioner concerning mental health parity, require that the commissioner submit an annual report to the General Assembly regarding the commissioner's efforts to ensure mental health parity, and require that the Office of Health Strategy submit an annual report to the General Assembly regarding the all-payer claims database.

HB 5270 - Insurance and Real Estate Committee
AN ACT REQUIRING HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR CERTAIN SERVICES PROVIDED BY PEER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS.
04/02/2019 - File Number 270
To require (1) the Commissioner of Public Health to adopt regulations (A) providing for the certification and education of peer support specialists, and (B) specifying the peer support services that a certified peer support specialist may provide to another individual in this state, and (2) health insurance coverage for peer support services provided by certified peer support specialists on an outpatient basis.

HB 5363 - Public Safety and Security Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING AN ONLINE REGISTRY FOR CONVICTED MURDERERS.
03/19/2019 - Motion Failed (JF)
To establish an online registry of persons convicted of a crime involving murder.

HB 5418 - Government Administration and Elections Committee
AN ACT IMPLEMENTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE STATE CONTRACTING STANDARDS BOARD.
04/23/2019 - Referred by House to Committee on Appropriations
To implement the recommendations of the State Contracting Standards Board contained in their 2018 report.

HB 5443 - Rep. Laura M. Devlin, 134th Dist.
AN ACT REQUIRING A STRATEGIC PLAN TO EXPAND ACCESS TO SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT SERVICES AND DETOXIFICATION.
01/16/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To combat the opioid crisis by providing adequate treatment options.

HB 5509 - Rep. Themis Klarides, 114th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING COST-EFFECTIVE, PRIVATE DELIVERY OF HUMAN SERVICES.
01/30/2019 - Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Public Health
To reduce costs and to enhance services provided by the Departments of Developmental Services, Mental Health and Addiction Services and Social Services.

HB 5523 - Rep. Gail Lavielle, 143rd Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY OF THE COURT TO ENTER ORDERS OF SUPPORT FOR AN ADULT CHILD WHO IS TWENTY-ONE OR OLDER AND HAS AN INTELLECTUAL, MENTAL OR PHYSICAL DISABILITY.
01/17/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary
To allow the court to order financial support for an adult child who has an intellectual, mental or physical disability when one parent proportionately has greater financial ability to support the adult child.

HB 5545 - Rep. Devin R. Carney, 23rd Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE LICENSURE OF PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS.
01/17/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To provide recent graduates of professional counselor education programs with greater professional marketability, increase the number of mental health professionals and ensure proper oversight over supervised professional counselors.

HB 5548 - Rep. David Michel, 146th Dist.
AN ACT REQUIRING DATA REPORTING TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL LAW CONCERNING PARITY OF BENEFITS FOR PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES.
02/01/2019 - Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Insurance and Real Estate
To use data reporting to support parity of benefits for physical and mental health services.

HB 5563 - Veterans' Affairs Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER ISSUES IMPACTING VETERANS INVOLVED IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM.
04/22/2019 - No Action
To require the Chief Court Administrator to establish a training program for judges regarding mental health and post-traumatic stress disorders affecting veterans involved in the criminal justice system.

HB 5642 - Planning and Development Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO EXAMINE A STATE FUNDING AND SERVICE DISPARITY IN NORTHEASTERN CONNECTICUT.
04/26/2019 - File Number 814
To establish a task force to study and make recommendations regarding state funding and services in northeastern Connecticut compared to other regions.

HB 5653 - Rep. Kevin Ryan, 139th Dist.
AN ACT ALLOWING FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF SERVICE DOGS USED BY INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS.
01/18/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To ensure that individuals with mental health needs may have their service dogs certified and afford such individuals the same rights and protections afforded to individuals with other health-related needs who use a service dog.

HB 5713 - Housing Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING CONSIDERATION OF CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS OF A PROSPECTIVE TENANT.
04/22/2019 - No Action
To prohibit housing providers from considering a prospective tenant's criminal conviction after certain time periods.

HB 5714 - Rep. Anne Hughes, 135th Dist.
AN ACT EXPANDING MENTAL HEALTH CARE OPTIONS UNDER THE MEDICAID PROGRAM.
01/22/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Human Services
To provide mental health parity and reduce costs in the Medicaid program through early intervention by increasing consumer access to a larger menu of accredited providers.

HB 5774 - Rep. Jonathan Steinberg, 136th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING AN INCREASE IN FUNDING TO RESTORE CRITICAL PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES.
01/23/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Appropriations
To restore critical programs of the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

HB 5847 - Housing Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A PILOT PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF HOUSING TO IMPROVE CERTAIN STATE-FUNDED PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS.
05/10/2019 - Referred by House to Committee on Appropriations
To establish a pilot program to implement recommendations of the Commissioner of Housing concerning certain state-funded housing projects that provide services to elderly tenants and younger tenants with disabilities.

HB 5866 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROVISION OF NECESSARY MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR DRUG-DEPENDENT PERSONS.
05/14/2019 - Tabled for the Calendar, House
To provide additional state resources in assisting drug-dependent persons.

HB 5870 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING TRANSFER OF ASSAULT WEAPONS AND LARGE CAPACITY MAGAZINES.
03/20/2019 - Motion Failed (JF)
To allow the legal transfer of an assault weapon possessed under a certificate of possession and large capacity magazines possessed under a declaration of possession between people who already legally possess such weapons or magazines.

HB 5897 - Rep. Jonathan Steinberg, 136th Dist.
AN ACT ESTABLISHING MENTAL HEALTH FUNDING PARITY.
01/23/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To establish mental health funding parity.

HB 5898 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING AID IN DYING FOR TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS.
04/01/2019 - Vote to Hold Until Next Meeting
To provide aid in dying to terminally ill patients.

HB 6100 - Rep. Kathleen M. McCarty, 38th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING TRAINING FOR DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION STAFF.
01/24/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary
To allow for additional training for correction officers in mental health issues and substance abuse disorder identification.

HB 6113 - Labor and Public Employees Committee
AN ACT PROHIBITING EMPLOYERS FROM INQUIRING ABOUT DATE OF BIRTH OR DATE OF GRADUATION ON EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS.
04/04/2019 - File Number 398
To restrict employers from requiring an applicant's date of birth or date of graduation on an initial employment application.

HB 6127 - Rep. Terrie E. Wood, 141st Dist.
AN ACT ENCOURAGING THE AVAILABILITY OF MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS IN SCHOOLS.
01/24/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To encourage the availability of mental health professionals in schools.

HB 6136 - Rep. Irene Haines, 34th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRIVATIZATION OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENTS OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES, MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES AND SOCIAL SERVICES.
01/24/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To reduce costs and enhance services provided by the Departments of Developmental Services, Mental Health and Addiction Services and Social Services.

HB 6201 - Rep. Catherine F. Abercrombie, 83rd Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE INCLUSION OF MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CURRICULUM.
01/25/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Education
To require the public school health curriculum to include education on mental health issues.

HB 6229 - Rep. Carol Hall, 59th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE INCLUSION OF MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CURRICULUM.
01/25/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Education
To require the public school health curriculum to include mental health awareness.

HB 6333 - Rep. J.P. Sredzinski, 112th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING PRIVILEGED CONVERSATION BETWEEN FIRST RESPONDERS AND A PEER SUPPORT TEAM.
01/25/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary
To improve mental health and peer support services for first responders.

HB 6352 - Planning and Development Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE ZONING OF COMMUNITY RESIDENCES AND CHILD-CARE RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES.
04/11/2019 - File Number 611
To clarify how the distance between existing and proposed community residences or child-care residential facilities should be measured for zoning purposes.

HB 6365 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT ALLOWING PERSONS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY AND THEIR FAMILIES TO ACCESS THE REGISTRY OF DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES EMPLOYEES WHO WERE TERMINATED OR SEPARATED FROM EMPLOYMENT AS A RESULT OF ABUSE OR NEGLECT.
02/28/2019 - Public Hearing 03/04
To allow persons with intellectual disability and their families to access the abuse and neglect registry of former Department of Developmental Services employees.

HB 6377 - Rep. John Fusco, 81st Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS TRAINING FOR POLICE OFFICERS.
02/08/2019 - Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Labor and Public Employees
To promote mental health and wellness training and suicide prevention for police officers.

HB 6378 - Rep. Russell A. Morin, 28th Dist.
AN ACT RESTORING A POLICE OFFICER'S WEAPON AFTER MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT.
02/08/2019 - Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Labor and Public Employees
To allow a police officer who surrenders a weapon used in the performance of the police officer's duties while receiving mental health treatment to have the weapon returned to such officer after completing treatment.

HB 6485 - Rep. Mike Demicco, 21st Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING COURT AUTHORITY TO ENTER AN ORDER OF SUPPORT FOR AN ADULT CHILD WHO IS TWENTY-ONE OR OLDER AND HAS AN INTELLECTUAL, MENTAL OR PHYSICAL DISABILITY.
01/28/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary
To allow a judge to order support for an individual beyond the age of twenty-one who has disabilities and resides with and is principally dependent on a parent.

HB 6522 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION IN SCREENING FOR INFLAMMATORY BREAST CANCER AND GASTROINTESTINAL CANCERS.
06/21/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To permit continuing medical education in risk management to include screening for inflammatory breast cancer and gastrointestinal cancers, including colon, gastric, pancreatic and neuroendocrine cancers and other rare gastrointestinal tumors.

HB 6607 - Rep. Christine Palm, 36th Dist.
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A COMMISSION ON MILLENNIAL AND YOUNG ADULT EARNER RETENTION.
02/15/2019 - Public Hearing 02/21
To establish a commission tasked with examining the challenges facing millennials and young adults and evaluating economic incentives the state could provide to encourage millennials and young adults to remain in the state.

HB 6637 - Environment Committee
AN ACT REQUIRING AN INVASIVE SPECIES STAMP FOR THE OPERATION OF A MOTORBOAT ON THE WATERS OF THE STATE AND ENFORCEMENT OF NOISE ORDINANCES ON CANDLEWOOD LAKE.
07/09/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To enable Connecticut municipalities and the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to prevent and respond to infestations of aquatic invasive species that negatively impact water quality, recreational use, environmental health and property values through a user-fee-based approach.

HB 6644 - Rep. John K. Hampton, 16th Dist.
AN ACT REQUIRING AN EVALUATION OF PUBLIC LANDS IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE, BIODIVERSITY AND PUBLIC HEALTH.
01/29/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Environment
To evaluate to role of public lands to mitigate negative emissions in order to achieve the state's climate goals.

HB 6682 - Rep. Pat Wilson Pheanious, 53rd Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING PAYMENT PARITY FOR STATE-FUNDED BEHAVIORAL AND MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS.
02/06/2019 - Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Public Health
To ensure adequate provision of behavioral health and mental health services within eastern Connecticut by offering state payment levels equal to other regions and sufficient enough to improve the ability of providers to attract qualified staff.

HB 6685 - Rep. Michelle L. Cook, 65th Dist.
AN ACT MODIFYING REQUIRED HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES.
01/29/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Insurance and Real Estate
To modify required health insurance coverage for mental health services.

HB 6723 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING REFORM OF PAROLE RELEASE AND REVOCATION PRACTICES AND THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES.
05/14/2019 - Tabled for the Calendar, House
To require greater transparency concerning decisions made by the Board of Pardons and Paroles and to provide that a formerly incarcerated person and a crime victim be members of the board.

HB 6789 - Rep. Terrie E. Wood, 141st Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING EXPENDITURES FROM THE TOBACCO AND HEALTH TRUST FUND.
01/30/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Appropriations
To require the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to be used for its statutorily designated purposes.

HB 6811 - Rep. Dorinda Borer, 115th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING HEALTH EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS.
01/30/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Education
To expand the public school health curriculum.

HB 6834 - Rep. John H. Frey, 111th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH CURRICULUMS OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
01/30/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Education
To allow school districts to adopt or update mental health curriculums.

HB 6883 - Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING A ""CORRECTIONS TO COLLEGE PROGRAM"" AT REGIONAL COMMUNITY-TECHNICAL COLLEGES FOR YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS.
05/14/2019 - Tabled for the Calendar, House
To establish a Corrections to College Program to assist youthful offenders to reenter the community.

HB 6921 - Labor and Public Employees Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A COUNCIL ON THE COLLATERAL CONSEQUENCES OF A CRIMINAL RECORD.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To prohibit discrimination based on a person's criminal history.

HB 6931 - Labor and Public Employees Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING DOMESTIC WORKERS.
05/16/2019 - File Number 887
To expand the application of various labor laws to domestic workers.

HB 6997 - Committee on Children
AN ACT REQUIRING THE PROVISION OF INFORMATION CONCERNING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES AND RESOURCES TO STUDENTS, PARENTS AND GUARDIANS.
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To require the Department of Education to (1) publish information concerning services and resources available to victims of domestic violence on the Internet web site of the Department of Education; and (2) require the provision of such information to students, parents and guardians who express safety concerns due to domestic violence and parents and guardians who authorize the transfer of education records to another school.

HB 7000 - Committee on Children
AN ACT CONCERNING TRAINING FOR CERTAIN PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY SERVICES PERSONNEL
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To require the Commissioner of Children and Families to conduct a study to determine whether policy and procedural changes in the Department of Children and Families may increase the effectiveness of services provided to children.

HB 7001 - Committee on Children
AN ACT CONCERNING THE NOTIFICATION OF CERTAIN EMPLOYERS OF THE PLACEMENT OF AN EMPLOYEE ON THE CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT REGISTRY.
05/22/2019 - File Number 964
To (1) require the Commissioner of Children and Families to make a reasonable effort to determine whether an individual against whom a recommended finding of responsibility for abuse or neglect of a child has been made is employed in a capacity that requires the individual to have regular contact with children and provide services to or on behalf of children, and (2) make a reasonable effort to notify the employer of an individual whose name has been placed on the child abuse and neglect registry if such individual has regular contact with children and provides services to or on behalf of children.

HB 7002 - Committee on Children
AN ACT CONCERNING THE INCLUSION OF CAMERA, COMPUTER AND CELLULAR MOBILE TELEPHONE REPAIR PERSONNEL AS MANDATED REPORTERS.
05/13/2019 - No Action
To make camera, computer and cellular mobile telephone repair personnel who are eighteen years of age or older mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect.

HB 7033 - Rep. Brenda L. Kupchick, 132nd Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING PARITY FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER BENEFITS.
01/31/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Insurance and Real Estate
General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to insurance conduct a public hearing concerning (i) all such reports, and (ii) compliance with the Paul Wellstone and Pete Domenici Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008, P.L. 110-343, and (2) expand coverage, and prohibit use of prior authorization and step therapy, for certain prescription drugs.

HB 7066 - Housing Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A PILOT PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF HOUSING TO IMPROVE CERTAIN STATE-FUNDED PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS.
05/31/2019 - File Number 1023
To make a technical change to a statute concerning supportive housing.

HB 7070 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING PRACTICES OF LIMITED SERVICES PREGNANCY CENTERS.
05/20/2019 - File Number 936
To prohibit deceptive advertising practices by limited services pregnancy centers.

HB 7072 - Aging Committee
AN ACT INCREASING FUNDING FOR ELDERLY NUTRITION SERVICES.
04/02/2019 - Referred by House to Committee on Appropriations
To increase funding for meals on wheels in the Connecticut home-care program for the elderly by ten per cent from fiscal 2018 rates.

HB 7082 - Education Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE INCLUSION OF BLACK AND LATINO STUDIES IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CURRICULUM.
06/21/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To include African-American studies in the social studies component of the public school curriculum.

HB 7085 - Government Administration and Elections Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE LEGISLATIVE COMMISSIONERS' RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TECHNICAL REVISIONS TO STATUTES CONCERNING GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS.
03/19/2019 - File Number 67
To make technical changes to the statutes concerning government administration and elections.

HB 7090 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING AN EQUITABLE MINIMUM METHADONE MAINTENANCE REIMBURSEMENT RATE UNDER THE MEDICAID PROGRAM.
05/14/2019 - Tabled for the Calendar, House
To require the Commissioner of Social Services to provide equitable weekly reimbursement rates under the Medicaid program for all methadone maintenance programs.

HB 7091 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT PROHIBITING THE MISREPRESENTATION OF A DOG AS A SERVICE ANIMAL.
03/01/2019 - Public Hearing 03/07
To prevent persons from misrepresenting pet dogs as service animals.

HB 7093 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO INCREASE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.
06/18/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To study and develop recommendations to increase employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.

HB 7102 - Aging Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING SENIOR CENTERS.
06/04/2019 - Senate Calendar Number 684
To authorize multipurpose senior centers and a working group to help coordinate senior center planning, development and services.

HB 7103 - Aging Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING NURSING HOME FALLS.
04/22/2019 - No Action
To mitigate risks and apportion liability for falls experienced by nursing home facility patients.

HB 7125 - Insurance and Real Estate Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER BENEFITS.
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To (1) require each health carrier to submit an annual report concerning parity for mental health and substance use disorder benefits, (2) require the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to insurance to conduct an annual public hearing concerning such report, (3) require nonquantitative treatment limitations to be applied equally to mental health and substance use disorder benefits and medical and surgical benefits under certain health insurance policies, (4) require health insurance coverage for (A) prescription drugs prescribed for the treatment of substance use disorders if a policy includes coverage for prescription drugs, and (B) substance abuse services regardless of whether such services were provided pursuant to a court order, and ...

HB 7132 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING LICENSURE OF PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR ASSOCIATES AND MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPIST ASSOCIATES.
05/31/2019 - File Number 1024
To require the licensure of professional counselor associates and marital and family therapist associates.

HB 7146 - Public Safety and Security Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING INTIMIDATION ON ACCOUNT OF OCCUPATION AS A PUBLIC SAFETY EMPLOYEE.
04/04/2019 - File Number 420
To include, within the offense of intimidation based on bigotry or bias, the act of a person intimidating or harassing another person because such other person is a police officer, a firefighter, an advanced emergency medical technician, an emergency medical responder, an emergency medical technician, a paramedic or a correction officer.

HB 7147 - Rep. Joe Aresimowicz, 30th Dist.
AN ACT MAKING DEFICIENCY APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2019.
05/16/2019 - File Number 891
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

HB 7148 - Rep. Joe Aresimowicz, 30th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE STATE BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM ENDING JUNE THIRTIETH, 2021, AND MAKING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR.
05/16/2019 - File Number 884
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

HB 7151 - Rep. Joe Aresimowicz, 30th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS.
04/04/2019 - File Number 421
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

HB 7159 - Rep. Joe Aresimowicz, 30th Dist.
AN ACT ADDRESSING OPIOID USE.
07/09/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

HB 7163 - Rep. Joe Aresimowicz, 30th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT ON AGING AND DISABILITY SERVICES AND MEALS ON WHEELS.
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

HB 7164 - Rep. Joe Aresimowicz, 30th Dist.
AN ACT IMPLEMENTING THE GOVERNOR'S BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HUMAN SERVICES.
04/08/2019 - File Number 463
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

HB 7165 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING MEDICAID COVERAGE FOR DONOR BREAST MILK.
06/18/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To provide Medicaid reimbursement for donor breast milk deemed medically necessary.

HB 7168 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING TRANSITIONAL SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER.
06/21/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To ensure that persons with autism spectrum disorder receive services from the Department of Developmental Services and are eligible for Medicaid coverage despite family earnings.

HB 7191 - Rep. Joe Aresimowicz, 30th Dist.
AN ACT INCREASING THE MINIMUM WAGE.
03/28/2019 - File Number 195
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

HB 7198 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING SOCIAL WORKERS.
07/09/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To require any person who uses the title ""social worker"" to be licensed as a clinical social worker.

HB 7200 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT PROHIBITING THE SALE OF CIGARETTES, TOBACCO PRODUCTS, ELECTRONIC NICOTINE DELIVERY SYSTEMS AND VAPOR PRODUCTS TO PERSONS UNDER AGE TWENTY-ONE.
06/18/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To prohibit the sale of cigarettes, tobacco products, electronic nicotine delivery systems and vapor products to persons under age twenty-one.

HB 7205 - Transportation Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE ACCESSIBILITY OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN CONNECTICUT.
05/15/2019 - Tabled for the Calendar, House
To require a percentage of the cars, light duty trucks and buses purchased or leased by the state be zero-emission vehicles or zero-emission buses, establish a Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate Program and fund such program.

HB 7214 - Committee on Children
AN ACT CONCERNING THE PHYSICAL RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION OF STUDENTS BY SCHOOL EMPLOYEES.
02/25/2019 - Public Hearing 03/05
To (1) prohibit the physical restraint of a student who cannot be safely restrained because such restraint is medically contraindicated, (2) require school principals to provide verbal and written notification to the parent or guardian of any student placed in physical restraint or seclusion, (3) require continual rather than frequent monitoring of a student placed in involuntary seclusion, and (4) require the presence of a student's assigned school paraprofessional if such student is placed in physical restraint or seclusion.

HB 7215 - Committee on Children
AN ACT CONCERNING SCHOOL CLIMATES.
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To (1) require local and regional boards of education to develop safe school climate policies, (2) require schools to assess school climate, (3) require the Department of Education to develop a social and emotional learning assessment instrument, (4) establish the duties of a safe school climate coordinator, (5) require local and regional boards of education to establish a social and emotional learning and school climate council in place of the existing safe school climate committee, (6) require the Department of Education to develop a model safe school climate policy, and (7) require local and regional boards of education to provide training on the prevention of and intervention in discrimination against and targeted harassment of students.

HB 7230 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING INTERPRETER STANDARDS.
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To improve interpreter standards and access to public spaces for persons who are deaf, deaf-blind or hard of hearing.

HB 7233 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT PROMOTING EFFICIENCY IN STATE BENEFIT PROGRAMS.
03/01/2019 - Public Hearing 03/07
To reduce fraud and inefficiency in state benefit programs by requiring agencies to share information on fraudulent claims and best cost-efficient practices.

HB 7261 - Insurance and Real Estate Committee
AN ACT PROHIBITING REQUIREMENTS FOR PRESCRIBING CLINICALLY INAPPROPRIATE QUANTITIES OF OUTPATIENT PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS.
04/25/2019 - Senate Calendar Number 408
To prohibit health insurance policies providing coverage for outpatient prescription drugs, and mental health care benefits provided under state law, with state funds or to state employees, from requiring a prescribing health care provider to prescribe an outpatient psychotropic drug in a quantity that such provider deems clinically inappropriate.

HB 7267 - Insurance and Real Estate Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING PUBLIC OPTIONS FOR HEALTH CARE IN CONNECTICUT.
06/04/2019 - Senate Calendar Number 676
To: (1) Establish the ConnectHealth Program, the ConnectHealth Trust Account and the ConnectHealth Advisory Board; (2) require the Comptroller, in consultation with the ConnectHealth Advisory Board and the Office of Health Strategy, to establish the ConnectHealth Plan; (3) modify requirements concerning nonstate public employer enrollment in the state employee plan; (4) expand the variety of plans offered by the Comptroller to nonstate public employers; and (5) authorize the Comptroller to offer coverage to small employers.

HB 7278 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING MOBILE INTEGRATED HEALTH CARE.
05/22/2019 - File Number 970
To permit the provision of mobile integrated health care in the state.

HB 7302 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING TELEHEALTH.
04/17/2019 - File Number 695
To require a study of the implications of the state ratifying and approving the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact.

HB 7303 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING DENTAL PRACTITIONERS.
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To implement various recommendations by the Department of Public Health regarding dental practitioners.

HB 7331 - Public Safety and Security Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING SPORTS WAGERING IN THE STATE.
05/10/2019 - Referred by House to Committee on Finance, Revenue and Bonding
To authorize sports wagering in the state if certain conditions are met and to require the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development to seek partnerships with professional sports leagues and governing bodies.

HB 7332 - Public Safety and Security Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING PUBLIC SAFETY AND THE WELFARE OF REPEAT JUVENILE OFFENDERS AND THEIR VICTIMS.
04/08/2019 - File Number 502
To require the automatic transfer to criminal court of a case of a juvenile charged with larceny involving theft of a motor vehicle when the juvenile has at least four prior adjudications or convictions for a felony and to change the factors a court must consider when determining whether to transfer a case involving a juvenile charged with certain felonies.

HB 7334 - Public Safety and Security Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A COMMISSION ON GAMING.
05/15/2019 - Tabled for the Calendar, House
To establish a Commission on Gaming and transfer oversight of gambling in this state from the Department of Consumer Protection to the commission.

HB 7336 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT EXPANDING MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE OPTIONS UNDER THE MEDICAID PROGRAM.
03/14/2019 - Public Hearing 03/19
To expand access to mental and behavioral health treatment and reduce costs by expanding the types of mental and behavioral health providers who may be reimbursed under the Medicaid program.

HB 7338 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT INCREASING FUNDING FOR ELDERLY NUTRITION, ENSURING EQUITABLE RATES FOR PROVIDERS OF MEALS ON WHEELS AND COLLECTING DATA ON MALNUTRITION.
04/17/2019 - Referred by House to Committee on Appropriations
To increase funding for elderly nutrition, ensure equitable rates for providers of meals on wheels and collect and analyze data on malnutrition.

HB 7341 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING RAPE BY IMPERSONATION.
03/28/2019 - Public Hearing 04/01
To provide that inducing a victim to participate in sexual intercourse with the perpetrator based on the victim's false belief caused by the perpetrator that the perpetrator is another person known to the victim.

HB 7362 - Planning and Development Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING ZONING.
03/29/2019 - Motion Failed (JFS)
To make a technical correction.

HB 7385 - Government Administration and Elections Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES AND CHANGES TO AFFIRMATION, AFFIDAVIT AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR LARGE STATE CONTRACTS.
05/22/2019 - File Number 973
To modify requirements for the affirmations, certifications and affidavits contractors are required to submit for large state contracts concerning, ethics laws, investment restrictions, consulting agreements and state contractor contribution and solicitation prohibitions.

HB 7387 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONSIDERING THE DISCRETIONARY TRANSFER OF JUVENILES TO THE REGULAR CRIMINAL DOCKET.
03/21/2019 - Public Hearing 03/25
To provide that completion of a class or program specified by the court in the case of a juvenile delinquency case subject to discretionary transfer to the regular criminal docket may be a positive factor for the court to consider when balancing the best interest of the child and the public when determining whether the case should remain on the docket for juvenile matters.

HB 7389 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING CONFIDENTIALITY IN THE CASE OF A DISCRETIONARY TRANSFER OF A JUVENILE'S CASE TO THE REGULAR CRIMINAL DOCKET AND IMPLEMENTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE JUVENILE JUSTICE POLICY AND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE.
07/09/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To preserve confidentiality in a juvenile's case transferred under the discretion of the court to the regular criminal docket in the event that such case may be transferred back to the docket for juvenile matters and to implement the recommendations of the Juvenile Justice Policy and Oversight Committee.

HB 7393 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING COURT PROCEEDINGS IN FAMILY RELATIONS MATTERS.
03/21/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary
To make revisions to various statutes relating to court proceedings that concern family relations matters.

HB 7394 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN A FIRST RESPONDER AND A PEER SUPPORT TEAM MEMBER.
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To ensure the confidentiality of certain communications that take place between a first responder and a peer support team member.

HB 7395 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING OPIOID ABUSE AND TREATMENT.
05/10/2019 - Referred by House to Committee on Appropriations
To add opioid antagonists to drugs monitored as part of the electronic prescription drug monitoring program, to require counseling for inmates vulnerable to opioid use disorder counseling prior to release from a correctional facility and to establish a medication-assisted treatment program in correctional facilities for inmates with opioid use disorder.

HB 7396 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING PARITY BETWEEN SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE CASE OF A SPOUSAL OR COHABITATING RELATIONSHIP AND OTHER CRIMES OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND CONCERNING THE INVESTIGATION OF A FAMILY VIOLENCE CRIME.
07/09/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To repeal section 53a-70b of the general statutes concerning sexual assault in a spousal or cohabitating relationship and to make conforming changes.

HB 7399 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING LEGAL PROTECTIONS FOR THE VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND THE PROTECTION OF MINORS FROM CYBER EXPLOITATION.
03/28/2019 - Public Hearing 04/01
To: (1) Provide greater legal protections for the victims of human trafficking; and (2) include online or Internet-based sexual conduct with a minor paid for by another person as a form of sexual abuse of a minor.

HB 7424 - Rep. Joe Aresimowicz, 30th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE STATE BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM ENDING JUNE 30, 2021, AND MAKING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR, AND PROVISIONS RELATED TO REVENUE AND OTHER ITEMS TO IMPLEMENT THE STATE BUDGET.
06/26/2019 - Signed by the Governor

SB 1 - Labor and Public Employees Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE.
06/25/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To establish a paid family and medical leave system in Connecticut.

SB 1005 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH'S RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING REVISIONS TO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES DEFINITIONS, CERTIFICATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS.
04/10/2019 - File Number 600
To (1) make technical revisions to distinguish references to emergency medical service organizations and personnel, (2) allow ambulance services to add a branch location, and (3) require emergency medical services personnel to initiate, renew and maintain certifications through national curriculum and testing requirements.

SB 1014 - Public Safety and Security Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING FUNDING FOR COMPULSIVE GAMBLING TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION.
04/08/2019 - File Number 539
To increase the funding for treatment and rehabilitation of compulsive gamblers.

SB 1015 - Public Safety and Security Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING ONLINE LOTTERY DRAW GAMES IN THE STATE.
05/08/2019 - Referred by Senate to Committee on Finance, Revenue and Bonding
To (1) authorize the Connecticut Lottery Corporation to offer online lottery draw games, (2) exempt certain records concerning the corporation's voluntary self-exclusion process from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, and (3) increase the corporation's contribution to the chronic gamblers treatment rehabilitation account.

SB 1018 - Education Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE OPPORTUNITY GAP.
07/12/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To withhold or impose restrictions on the use of certain education grants on certain school districts that are not experiencing academic improvement, and to include the collection of student outcome data relating to college and career readiness in the state-wide public school information system.

SB 1020 - Education Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE INCLUSION OF INSTRUCTION IN CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE PEDAGOGY AND PRACTICE IN THE PRESERVICE TRAINING, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND IN-SERVICE TRAINING PROVIDED TO TEACHERS.
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To include instruction in culturally responsive pedagogy and practice in the preservice training, professional development and in-service training provided to teachers.

SB 1021 - Education Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS PILOT PROGRAM.
03/21/2019 - Favorable Change of Reference, House to Committee on Appropriations
To establish a comprehensive community schools pilot program.

SB 1035 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT AUTHORIZING DEEMED STATUS LICENSE RENEWALS FOR CERTAIN NONPROFIT COMMUNITY SERVICE PROVIDERS.
03/21/2019 - Public Hearing 03/25
To reduce costs for nonprofit providers by providing a means for them to forgo duplicative state licensing requirements for certain license and certificate renewals if they are accredited by an accepted national accrediting body that has requirements more stringent than the state's requirements.

SB 1052 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT EXPANDING MEDICAID COVERAGE OF TELEHEALTH SERVICES.
06/28/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To require the Commissioner of Social Services to expand Medicaid coverage of telehealth services state wide whenever such coverage meets federal Medicaid requirements for efficiency, economy and quality of care.

SB 1055 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO STUDY THE JUROR SELECTION PROCESS, PROVIDING ACCESS TO CERTAIN RECORDS POSSESSED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES, CONNECTICUT VALLEY HOSPITAL AND THE PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD, AND CONCERNING SENTENCING OF PERSISTENT LARCENY ...
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To: (1) Establish a task force to study the juror selection process, (2) provide access to certain records, information and media recordings in the possession of the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Connecticut Valley Hospital or the Psychiatric Security Review Board, (3) modify sentence enhancements for persistent larceny offenders, and (4) modify nonfinancial conditions of release that a court may impose in the case of a bailable offense.

SB 1056 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING ALLOTMENT REDUCTIONS FOR THE DIVISION OF PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES AND DIVERSIONARY PROGRAMS.
03/14/2019 - Public Hearing 03/18
To protect funding for the constitutional right to counsel for indigent persons and to provide confidentiality upon application to a diversionary program and a waiver of fees for indigent persons.

SB 1057 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING OPIOID USE DISORDER.
04/17/2019 - File Number 731
To combat opioid use disorder in the state.

SB 1066 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT PROVIDING A VOICE FOR NURSING HOME RESIDENTS SUBJECT TO TRANSFER DUE TO NURSING HOME CLOSURES OR RECEIVERSHIPS.
03/14/2019 - Public Hearing 03/19
To give nursing home residents subject to involuntary transfer or discharge due to a nursing home closure or receivership a greater voice.

SB 1078 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING DOULA CERTIFICATION AND MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT FOR DOULA SERVICES.
05/17/2019 - House Calendar Number 619
To provide state certification of doulas, Medicaid reimbursement for their services and study the effects of doula services on health outcomes for pregnant Medicaid beneficiaries and their infants.

SB 1080 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING A TWO-GENERATIONAL INITIATIVE.
06/26/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To promote family economic success across generations through the establishment of a cabinet designed to help coordinate services.

SB 1099 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING DISCRIMINATION BASED ON A PERSON'S CRIMINAL RECORD.
03/21/2019 - Public Hearing 03/25
To prohibit discrimination based on a person's criminal record.

SB 1101 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING AN EVALUATION OF HOSPITALS OPERATED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES.
06/03/2019 - House Calendar Number 721
To require a review of any improvements to the operations, conditions, culture and finances of Whiting Forensic Hospital and Connecticut Valley Hospital.

SB 1105 - Government Administration and Elections Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT RECORDS CONCERNING VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND FAMILY VIOLENCE.
06/28/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To authorize the nondisclosure of the names, addresses and identifying information of victims of sexual assault and family violence contained in law enforcement records.

SB 1109 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING SOLITARY CONFINEMENT.
04/25/2019 - File Number 806
To ban the use of solitary confinement in correctional facilities.

SB 1111 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND SEXUAL ASSAULT.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To study the criminal laws of this state.

SB 1112 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING COMMITMENT OF A PERSON FOUND NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF MENTAL DISEASE OR DEFECT.
04/29/2019 - File Number 845
To allow the state's attorney to make application for commitment of certain acquittees to a hospital for psychiatric disabilities prior to the acquittee's discharge at the expiration of the acquittee's maximum term of commitment if the acquittee would constitute a danger to himself or herself or others or is gravely disabled.

SB 1113 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CONNECTICUT SENTENCING COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO THE SEXUAL OFFENDER REGISTRY, PETITIONS TO TERMINATE PARENTAL RIGHTS OF INCARCERATED PARENTS AND SENTENCE REVIEW AND SENTENCE MODIFICATION.
05/14/2019 - Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
To enact the recommendations of the Connecticut Sentencing Commission with respect (1) to the sexual offender registry, (2) petitions to terminate the parental rights of incarcerated parents, and (3) sentence reviews.

SB 1129 - Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING VARIOUS INITIATIVES TO PROMOTE COMPUTER SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL TALENT IN EDUCATION.
05/20/2019 - File Number 921
To implement various initiatives to develop and promote a technologically trained workforce to meet the needs of the state's employers.

SB 1138 - Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING COMMUNITY RESTORATION FUNDS.
05/20/2019 - File Number 928
To implement certain community restoration and revitalization efforts through community development corporations, community development credit unions and community impact zones, using tax revenue from the sale of cannabis and cannabis products and deposits in lieu of taxes.

SB 134 - Insurance and Real Estate Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING PUBLIC OPTIONS FOR HEALTH CARE IN CONNECTICUT.
05/03/2019 - Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
To enable small businesses and small business employees to participate in the state employee health plan.

SB 164 - Labor and Public Employees Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING WORKERS' COMPENSATION BENEFITS FOR CERTAIN MENTAL OR EMOTIONAL IMPAIRMENTS, MENTAL HEALTH CARE FOR POLICE OFFICERS AND WELLNESS TRAINING FOR POLICE OFFICERS, PAROLE OFFICERS AND FIREFIGHTERS.
06/18/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To expand workers' compensation coverage in certain situations that result in mental or emotional impairment.

SB 175 - Sen. James J. Maroney, 14th Dist.
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A REGISTRY OF PERSONS WHO HAVE ABUSED, NEGLECTED OR EXPLOITED ELDERLY PERSONS AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES.
01/23/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Aging
To protect elderly persons and adults with disabilities by keeping a registry of criminal offenders and persons terminated from state-funded positions after substantiated reports of abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of such persons and adults.

SB 2 - Labor and Public Employees Committee
AN ACT INCREASING THE MINIMUM FAIR WAGE.
03/28/2019 - File Number 207
To provide more economic security to Connecticut families by increasing the minimum fair wage.

SB 286 - Sen. Kevin C. Kelly, 21st Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING A PUBLIC-PRIVATE HUMAN SERVICES COUNCIL.
01/23/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Human Services
To promote public-private partnerships for the cost-efficient delivery of human services.

SB 291 - Sen. Leonard A. Fasano, 34th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP COUNCIL.
01/23/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Human Services
To promote public-private partnerships to support the cost-efficient delivery of human services.

SB 298 - Sen. George S. Logan, 17th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ADVISORY COUNCIL.
01/23/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Human Services
To promote public-private partnerships to support the cost-efficient delivery of human services.

SB 3 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT COMBATTING SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT.
06/18/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To: (1) Enhance employer-sponsored training on sexual harassment, (2) extend the statute of limitations applicable to certain personal injury actions involving sexual abuse, sexual exploitation and sexual assault, (3) increase penalties for sexually assaulting a mentally incapacitated person, and (4) eliminate or extend the statute of limitations for the prosecution of sexual assault crimes and certain risk of injury to children offenses.

SB 333 - Sen. Kevin C. Kelly, 21st Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PARITY.
01/23/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Insurance and Real Estate
To require health insurance coverage for certain screenings for mental or nervous conditions, expand reporting requirements concerning the all-payer claims database and mental and behavioral health, modify the Consumer Report Card on Health Insurance Carriers in Connecticut and require health carriers to comply with the Paul Wellstone and Pete Domenici Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008, P.L. 110-343.

SB 38 - Insurance and Real Estate Committee
AN ACT REDUCING THE TIME FRAME FOR URGENT CARE ADVERSE DETERMINATION REVIEW REQUESTS AND EXPEDITED EXTERNAL REVIEWS.
04/03/2019 - File Number 359
To reduce the time frame for urgent care adverse determination review requests and expedited external reviews from seventy-two to forty-eight hours.

SB 380 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE USE OF FORCE AND PURSUITS BY POLICE AND INCREASING POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To promote mental health and wellness training and suicide prevention for police officers in the state.

SB 388 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING INTERSEX PERSONS.
05/22/2019 - House Calendar Number 643
To address the needs of the intersex community who have suffered from discrimination and inaccurate documentation of their sex by providing relief from such issues.

SB 392 - Sen. Heather B. Somers, 18th Dist.
AN ACT REQUIRING PARITY IN CARE AT MENTAL HEALTH FACILITIES.
01/23/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To ensure parity in care at mental health facilities.

SB 394 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A COUNCIL ON PROTECTING WOMEN'S HEALTH.
06/26/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To ensure quality health care for women.

SB 4 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE ACCESSIBILITY OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.
05/21/2019 - Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
To require a study of the public health impact of people not taking their prescription medications, or not taking them as directed, because they cannot afford to pay for them.

SB 402 - Public Safety and Security Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A DEPARTMENT OF CIVILIAN JUSTICE.
03/18/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Safety and Security
To establish a Department of Civilian Justice to receive and investigate complaints from a police officer alleging misconduct by another police officer in the performance of the officer's duties.

SB 42 - Insurance and Real Estate Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING COINSURANCE, COPAYMENTS AND DEDUCTIBLES AND CONTRACTING BY HEALTH CARRIERS.
05/28/2019 - House Calendar Number 669
To: (1) Modify the manner in which coinsurance, copayment and deductible payments are calculated, and provide that any failure to calculate such payments in the specified manner shall constitute an unfair trade practice in violation of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act; (2) prohibit health carriers from entering into or amending contracts that, by their terms, would require them to violate the fiduciary duties that they owe to their insureds; and (3) modify the manner in which managed care plans calculate deductible and coinsurance payments.

SB 444 - Sen. Matt Lesser, 9th Dist.
AN ACT REQUIRING A SIXTH REGIONAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ACTION ORGANIZATION.
01/23/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To establish a new Regional Behavioral Health Action Organization in Middlesex County.

SB 452 - Committee on Children
AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE CHILD WELFARE AND POLICY OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE.
05/24/2019 - House Calendar Number 657
To establish a State Oversight Council on Children and Families in place of the State Advisory Council on Children and Families, and require the State Oversight Council on Children and Families to report annually to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and children.

SB 491 - Sen. Tony Hwang, 28th Dist.
AN ACT EXPANDING ACCESS TO QUALITY HUMAN SERVICES.
02/06/2019 - Change of Reference, House to Committee on Public Health
To save more than one million dollars per group home and seven thousand dollars per client of a local mental health authority by converting state-run services to a nonprofit operation.

SB 544 - Sen. Tony Hwang, 28th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH PARITY, SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER PARITY AND MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT.
01/24/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Insurance and Real Estate
To require health carriers to report data to the Insurance Commissioner concerning mental health and substance use disorder parity, and eliminate certain restrictions concerning medication-assisted treatment.

SB 58 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING GAY AND TRANSGENDER PANIC DEFENSE.
06/21/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To prohibit the use of gay and transgender panic as a criminal defense.

SB 621 - Sen. Kevin D. Witkos, 8th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING THE SUPPORT OF INDIVIDUALS EXPERIENCING SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER AND OTHER MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES.
01/25/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To implement steps aimed at supporting individuals, their families and first responders currently experiencing or dealing with instances of substance use disorder or other mental health issues.

SB 663 - Sen. Heather B. Somers, 18th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING PROVIDERS OF MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING FOR POLICE OFFICERS.
02/08/2019 - Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Labor and Public Employees
To designate the Autism and Law Enforcement Education Coalition as an authorized provider of training on mental health issues for police officers.

SB 686 - Housing Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING HOUSING ASSISTANCE.
03/06/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Housing
To encourage certain recipients of housing assistance to seek vocational or other educational training.

SB 698 - Labor and Public Employees Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING COMPLAINTS OF WORKPLACE VIOLENCE OR ABUSIVE CONDUCT INVOLVING STATE EMPLOYEES.
05/30/2019 - Matter Pass Retained
To require that the Department of Administrative Services report the number of complaints of bullying or abusive conduct involving state employees to the Governor and the General Assembly.

SB 708 - Sen. Kevin D. Witkos, 8th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH CARE AND WELLNESS TRAINING AND SUICIDE PREVENTION FOR POLICE OFFICERS.
02/08/2019 - Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Labor and Public Employees
To promote mental health and wellness training and suicide prevention for police officers and other public safety personnel in the state.

SB 726 - Sen. Will Haskell, 26th Dist.
AN ACT INCREASING FUNDING FOR OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT FACILITIES.
01/29/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Appropriations
To combat the opioid epidemic and rehabilitate those who are currently incarcerated.

SB 750 - Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF MENTAL ILLNESS AT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
07/08/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To create a task force to recommend a state-wide policy for and study the prevention and treatment of mental illness at institutions of higher education in the state.

SB 752 - Environment Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING SMOKING AND VAPING ON BEACHES IN STATE PARKS.
06/05/2019 - Bill Passed Temporarily
To prohibit smoking and vaping on beaches in state parks.

SB 770 - Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH PREVENTION AND TREATMENT FOR CHILDREN.
01/29/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health
To prevent and treat mental illness in all children.

SB 778 - Veterans' Affairs Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A GREEN ALERT SYSTEM FOR MISSING VETERANS.
03/28/2019 - File Number 223
To establish a green alert system for locating missing veterans.

SB 779 - Sen. Rob Sampson, 16th Dist.
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A GREEN ALERT SYSTEM FOR CERTAIN VETERANS.
01/29/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Veterans' Affairs
To establish a green alert system for locating missing veterans.

SB 804 - Aging Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING A COMMUNITY OMBUDSMAN.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To expand the investigatory oversight of the State Ombudsman to include home and community-based services.

SB 807 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE LEGISLATIVE COMMISSIONERS' RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REVISIONS TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH STATUTES, DENTAL ASSISTANTS AND DENTAL THERAPY.
06/28/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To make technical revisions to the public health statutes.

SB 812 - Education Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE LEGISLATIVE COMMISSIONERS' RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TECHNICAL REVISIONS TO THE EDUCATION AND EARLY CHILDHOOD STATUTES.
06/26/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To make technical revisions to the education and early childhood statutes.

SB 816 - Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee
AN ACT ALLOWING THE CONNECTICUT HEALTH AND EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AUTHORITY TO MAKE LOANS FOR THE COST OF RELATED HEALTH CARE INSTITUTIONS.
05/22/2019 - House Calendar Number 647
To allow the Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority to assist any Connecticut hospital, nonprofit, nonstock corporation or nonprofit, nonstock, nonsectarian facility with the construction or financing of health care institutions outside of the state.

SB 824 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH CARE AND WELLNESS TRAINING AND SUICIDE PREVENTION FOR POLICE OFFICERS.
02/22/2019 - Public Hearing 02/27
To promote mental health and wellness training and suicide prevention for police officers in the state.

SB 827 - Aging Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND DEMENTIA TRAINING AND BEST PRACTICES.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To require certain health care professionals who provide primary care or emergency treatment for adults to receive training in recognizing the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and dementia and to establish a working group to develop recommendations on improving the care of Alzheimer's disease and dementia patients.

SB 832 - Aging Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING REGISTRIES OF PERSONS FOUND RESPONSIBLE FOR ASSAULTS OR OTHER ABUSE, NEGLECT, EXPLOITATION OR ABANDONMENT OF ELDERLY PERSONS OR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To provide the public with access to a searchable database of perpetrators of crimes and other substantiated abuse, neglect, exploitation or abandonment of elderly persons or persons with disabilities.

SB 834 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING SERVICES FOR PERSONS WITH SMITH-MAGENIS SYNDROME.
02/15/2019 - Public Hearing 02/19
To require a study of what state services are being offered and may be available to children suffering from Smith-Magenis Syndrome.

SB 839 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE REVISOR'S TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO THE GENERAL STATUTES.
06/21/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To make various technical changes concerning grammar, clarity and accuracy of internal references and consistency in the general statutes.

SB 859 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS.
05/22/2019 - House Calendar Number 648
To require the establishment of a certification program for community health workers.

SB 861 - Veterans' Affairs Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEFINITION OF ""SERVICE IN TIME OF WAR"" AND STATE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN VETERANS' SERVICES.
06/26/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To redefine ""service in time of war"" and to remove a two-year residency requirement for certain veterans' services.

SB 872 - Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
AN ACT IMPLEMENTING THE GOVERNOR'S BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GENERAL GOVERNMENT.
05/20/2019 - File Number 916
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

SB 874 - Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
AN ACT CONCERNING EDUCATION INITIATIVES AND SERVICES IN CONNECTICUT.
04/04/2019 - Favorable Change of Reference, House to Committee on Appropriations
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

SB 876 - Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
AN ACT AUTHORIZING AND ADJUSTING BONDS OF THE STATE FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, TRANSPORTATION AND OTHER PURPOSES.
05/20/2019 - File Number 912
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

SB 878 - Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
AN ACT ENHANCING PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS.
04/17/2019 - File Number 722
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

SB 881 - Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
AN ACT ESTABLISHING A PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE PROGRAM.
04/08/2019 - File Number 525
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.

SB 885 - Committee on Children
AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A REPORT REGARDING THE OUT-OF-HOME PLACEMENT OF GRANDCHILDREN WITH GRANDPARENTS BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES.
03/25/2019 - File Number 134
To establish a task force to study interactions between grandparents and the Department of Children and Families.

SB 886 - Committee on Children
AN ACT CONCERNING THE LICENSURE OF THE ALBERT J. SOLNIT CHILDREN'S CENTER.
06/28/2019 - Signed by the Governor
Solnit Children's Center to Albert J. Solnit Children's Hospital, and require such hospital to obtain licensure from the Department of Public Health.

SB 903 - Insurance and Real Estate Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING INSURANCE DATA AND INFORMATION SECURITY.
04/02/2019 - File Number 320
To revise the standards governing (1) insurance data and information security, (2) notices following cybersecurity events, and (3) investigations of cybersecurity events.

SB 919 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT REMOVING THE TERM ""HOMEMAKER"" IN REFERENCE TO HOME HEALTH AIDE AGENCIES AND SERVICES.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To remove the term ""homemaker"" in reference to home health aide agencies and services.

SB 920 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR VARIOUS REVISIONS TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH STATUTES.
07/09/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To implement the recommendations of the Department of Public Health regarding various revisions to the public health statutes.

SB 921 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE SCOPE OF PRACTICE OF ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSES.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To update the general statutes to reflect the current scope of practice of advanced practice registered nurses.

SB 923 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT ALLOWING BEHAVIOR ANALYSTS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR REGULATED PROFESSIONALS.
05/13/2019 - House Calendar Number 580
To allow behavior analysts to participate in the professional assistance program for regulated professionals.

SB 928 - Planning and Development Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE TAX EXEMPTION FOR REAL PROPERTY USED FOR CERTAIN PURPOSES.
05/14/2019 - Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
To permit the recovery of reasonable attorney's fees in successful actions for wrongful property tax assessment.

SB 929 - Committee on Children
AN ACT CONCERNING THE INCLUSION OF ADDITIONAL MANDATED REPORTERS, THE DURATION OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT INVESTIGATIONS, CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT REGISTRY CHECKS AND THE REPEAL OF CERTAIN REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To (1) include as mandated reporters (A) persons who have regular contact with children and provide services to or on behalf of children pursuant to a contract with or credential issued by the Department of Children and Families, (B) victims services supervisors employed by the Judicial Department, and (C) employees of the juvenile justice program operated by or pursuant to a contract with the Court Support Services Division of the Judicial Department, (2) require the completion of investigations of child abuse and neglect not later than thirty-three business days after receipt of a report, and (3) repeal (A) reporting requirements concerning certain children and youths in the custody of the Department of Children and Families, and (B) written notification requirements concerning reports ...

SB 939 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING PSYCHIATRIC COMMITMENT EVALUATIONS.
06/01/2019 - House Calendar Number 708
To: (1) Reduce the number of physician evaluations required by the Probate Court when a petition for involuntary commitment to a psychiatric hospital is filed; and (2) provide statutory immunity for the court-appointed psychiatrist who conducts such evaluation.

SB 945 - Human Services Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE INNOVATION INCENTIVE PROGRAM FOR NONPROFIT PROVIDERS OF HUMAN SERVICES.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To provide a financial incentive for nonprofit providers to provide cost-efficient and innovative state-funded human services by allowing them to keep a percentage of savings from the contracted cost and reinvest the savings in services.

SB 952 - Veterans' Affairs Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A TRAINING MANUAL AND TRAINING PROGRAM ON CERTAIN HEALTH CONDITIONS COMMON TO VETERANS.
03/01/2019 - Public Hearing 03/07
To require the Commissioner of Veterans Affairs to develop (1) a training manual for employers on certain veterans' health issues, and (2) a training program for vocational rehabilitation service providers on such issues.

SB 957 - Education Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING COMPUTER SCIENCE INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
07/12/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To include computer science instruction in the public school curriculum, programs of teacher preparation and in-service training programs for teachers.

SB 958 - Education Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING DISENGAGED YOUTH.
02/28/2019 - Referred to Joint Committee on Education
To create a pilot program to provide academic and other social support to disengaged youth.

SB 964 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING COURT OPERATIONS.
06/28/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To make various changes to the general statutes affecting both civil and criminal court proceedings.

SB 966 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY OF PSYCHOLOGISTS.
04/01/2019 - Vote to Hold Until Next Meeting
To allow licensed psychologists to apply for certification from the Department of Public Health to prescribe, administer and dispense drugs and controlled substances.

SB 967 - Public Health Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES REGARDING EMERGENCY MEDICATION.
07/01/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To allow a hospital to administer emergency medication to a patient who is a defendant placed in the custody of the Commissioner of Mental Health and Addiction Services without consent if obtaining consent would cause a medically harmful delay.

SB 968 - Veterans' Affairs Committee
AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE MILITARY TO MACHINISTS AND VETERANS PLATFORM TO EMPLOYMENT PILOT PROGRAMS AND PROVIDING OTHER EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE TO VETERANS.
07/12/2019 - Signed by the Governor
To establish a Military to Machinists job training program within the Labor Department for veterans.

SB 969 - Judiciary Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING THE REDUCTION OF ECONOMIC DAMAGES IN A PERSONAL INJURY OR WRONGFUL DEATH ACTION FOR COLLATERAL SOURCE PAYMENTS.
03/14/2019 - Public Hearing 03/18
To permit a post-verdict collateral source reduction in damages in certain personal injury or wrongful death matters involving a right of subrogation.

SB 998 - Environment Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING MINOR REVISIONS TO ENVIRONMENT RELATED STATUTES.
06/05/2019 - Bill Passed Temporarily
To make minor revisions to various environment related statutes.

SJ 1 - Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE JOINT RULES OF THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
01/09/2019 - In Concurrence

SR 12 - Sen. Bob Duff, 25th Dist.
RESOLUTION CONFIRMING THE NOMINATION OF MIRIAM DELPHIN-RITTMON OF MERIDEN TO BE COMMISSIONER OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES.
02/20/2019 - Adopted, Senate

SR 33 - Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
RESOLUTION PROPOSING APPROVAL OF A TENTATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE AND RESIDUAL (P-5) BARGAINING UNIT.
05/31/2019 - Adopted, Senate