SENATE
List of Bills

S.B. No. 75 (COMM) COMMERCE . 'AN ACT INCREASING THE ANNUAL CAP ON THE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSISTANCE ACT TAX CREDIT PROGRAM', to raise the annual cap on the Neighborhood Assistance Act from five million dollars to ten million dollars.
REF. COMMERCE

S.B. No. 297 (RAISED) GENERAL LAW . 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING AN OFF-SITE FARM WINERY SALES AND TASTING PERMIT', to establish an off-site farm winery sales and tasting permit.
REF. GENERAL LAW

S.B. No. 298 (RAISED) GENERAL LAW . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE EXTENSION OF CREDIT TO ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR RETAILERS FROM MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS', to eliminate the thirty-day maximum by which manufacturer and wholesaler permittees may extend credit to retail permittees.
REF. GENERAL LAW

S.B. No. 299 (RAISED) GENERAL LAW . 'AN ACT ESTABLISHING A PREPAID CONSUMER HEATING FUEL CONTRACT GUARANTY FUND', to establish a prepaid consumer heating fuel contract guaranty fund.
REF. GENERAL LAW

S.B. No. 300 (RAISED) GENERAL LAW . 'AN ACT CONCERNING PERSONS WHO DECONTAMINATE REUSABLE MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS OR DEVICES', to require certification and continuing education for central service technicians.
REF. GENERAL LAW

S.B. No. 301 (RAISED) GENERAL LAW . 'AN ACT CONCERNING SUSPENSION OF ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR PERMITS BY MUNICIPAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS', to allow municipal chief law enforcement officials to suspend alcoholic liquor permits under certain conditions.
REF. GENERAL LAW

S.B. No. 302 (RAISED) COMMERCE . 'AN ACT CONCERNING AN ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM', to establish a pilot entrepreneur in residence program under which the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development would place successful entrepreneurs in state agencies to make agency services and operations simpler, more efficient, and more responsive to the needs of entrepreneurs and businesses.
REF. COMMERCE

S.B. No. 303 (RAISED) COMMERCE . 'AN ACT EXTENDING THE RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTAL EXPENDITURE TAX CREDIT TO PASS-THROUGH ENTITIES', to extend the research and experimental expenditure tax credit to pass-through entities.
REF. COMMERCE

S.B. No. 304 (RAISED) COMMERCE . 'AN ACT MAXIMIZING JOBS FOR STATE WORKERS BY REQUIRING LOCAL CONSTRUCTION HIRING REPORTS BY RECIPIENTS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUNDS', to require recipients of financial assistance for construction projects from the Department of Economic and Community Development, in amounts that require approval from the General Assembly, to file reports concerning employment and wage information for each of the businesses contracted to perform such construction.
REF. COMMERCE

S.B. No. 305 (RAISED) COMMERCE . 'AN ACT CONCERNING FUNDING FOR THE "DREAM IT. DO IT." MANUFACTURING PIPELINE PROGRAM', to provide funding to the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology for its "Dream It. Do It." program.
REF. COMMERCE

S.B. No. 306 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT ALLOCATING FUNDING FOR THE PROVISION OF POTABLE WATER TO CERTAIN COMMUNITIES AND REAUTHORIZING THE COMMISSIONER OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION TO PROVIDE POTABLE WATER TO COMMUNITIES UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES', to authorize the issuance of bonds for the purpose of installing a new water main in a Superfund affected area of Torrington in order provide citizens in that area with potable drinking water and to reinstitute the authority of the Commissioner of Energy and Environmental Protection to provide potable drinking water to citizens under certain conditions.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 307 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE TRANSFER OF CERTAIN FUNDS OF THE CONNECTICUT RESOURCES RECOVERY AUTHORITY', to prohibit Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority from transferring certain funds that were collected from towns for the purpose of monitoring landfills.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 308 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CERTAIN BOND FUNDS FOR THE REPAIR OF THE LEWIS POND DAM IN NORTH STONINGTON', to provide funding for the repair of the Lewis Pond Dam in North Stonington.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 309 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT CONCERNING MUNICIPAL COSTS FOR THE CARE OF CONFISCATED ANIMALS', to provide greater assurance of reimbursement to municipalities that are required to cover the costs of caring for certain confiscated animals.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 310 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT CONCERNING CERTIFICATES OF PERMISSION FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF CERTAIN PILINGS', to allow for the replacement of a piling on the same footing as the original piling without the need to obtain a certificate of permission.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 311 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT CONCERNING CERTAIN FARM RELATED DESIGNATIONS ON HIGHWAY SIGNS', to provide for the advertising of certain farming on highway signs.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 312 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT CONCERNING A LONG ISLAND SOUND RESOURCE AND USE INVENTORY AND A LONG ISLAND SOUND BLUE PLAN', to establish a Long Island Sound Resource and Use Inventory and a Long Island Sound Blue Plan that will become part of the state's coastal management program.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 313 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT CONCERNING PARTICIPATION IN WIC AND SENIOR NUTRITION FARMERS' MARKET PROGRAMS BY CERTAIN NONPROFIT FARMERS', to establish a pilot program to authorize individual, not-for-profit farmers who engage in the cooperative retail marketing of Connecticut-grown farm products to participate as vendors in both the Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program and the Connecticut Farmers' Market/Senior Nutrition Program.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 314 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE HERITAGE PARKS ADVISORY BOARDS', to facilitate the establishment of heritage parks by eliminating the requirement for the establishment of advisory boards.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 315 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT CONCERNING FARMER'S MARKET WINE SALES PERMITS AND ESTABLISHING AN OFF-SITE FARM WINERY SALES AND TASTING PERMIT', to remove certain restrictions from the farmers' market wine sales permit and establish an off-site farm winery sales and tasting permit.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 316 (RAISED) ENVIRONMENT . 'AN ACT REQUIRING THE LABELING OF FOOD PRODUCTS THAT ARE PACKAGED IN MATERIALS THAT CONTAIN BISPHENOL-A', to provide information to consumers that will allow consumers to avoid the purchase and consumption of products that contain harmful toxins.
REF. ENVIRONMENT

S.B. No. 317 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING EMPLOYEE PRIVACY', to protect employee privacy by barring employers or potential employers from requesting or requiring employees or potential employees to provide passwords or user names to their personal online accounts as a condition of employment.
REF. LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

S.B. No. 318 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING ELECTRONIC PREVAILING WAGE NOTICES, INFORMATION AND RECORDS', to permit certain prevailing wage notices, information and records to be provided or maintained electronically.
REF. LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

S.B. No. 319 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING MAXIMUM MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT', to bar employers and insurers from denying medical and surgical aid or hospital and nursing service to an employee who has suffered an injury for which compensation is provided under the provisions of chapter 568 and has attained maximum medical improvement.
REF. LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

S.B. No. 320 (RAISED) LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING UNEMPLOYMENT FRAUD', to remove the ability of unemployment compensation claims examiners to waive the repayment of overpayments and to require the Labor Department to (1) register with the State Information Data Exchange System for the purpose of administering chapter 567 of the general statutes, (2) review the methods it uses to award unemployment benefits, and (3) implement a system to allow recipients of benefits to verify that they are receiving the proper amount of benefits.
REF. LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

S.B. No. 321 (RAISED) HUMAN SERVICES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING MEDICAID COST SAVINGS', to establish a task force to study potential cost savings in the Medicaid program.
REF. HUMAN SERVICES

S.B. No. 322 (RAISED) HUMAN SERVICES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING A BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CLEARINGHOUSE', to provide a central resource for information and referrals for behavioral health services.
REF. HUMAN SERVICES

S.B. No. 323 (RAISED) HUMAN SERVICES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING CAPITAL EXPENDITURES AT RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES', to allow residential care homes to recover costs incurred for minor repair, maintenance and improvements over a period that more closely reflects common asset-based bank loans of five years.
REF. HUMAN SERVICES

S.B. No. 324 (RAISED) HUMAN SERVICES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES PROGRAMS', to make technical and other changes to statutes concerning the Department of Social Services.
REF. HUMAN SERVICES

S.B. No. 325 (RAISED) HUMAN SERVICES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING MEDICAID RECIPIENTS WITH COMPLEX MEDICAL NEEDS', to better serve Medicaid recipients with complex medical needs who require complex rehabilitation technology.
REF. HUMAN SERVICES

S.B. No. 326 (RAISED) HUMAN SERVICES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING FEDERAL MEDICAID WAIVERS', to determine the state's need for additional Medicaid waivers and Medicaid state plan amendments.
REF. HUMAN SERVICES

S.B. No. 327 (RAISED) HUMAN SERVICES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING NURSING HOMES', to study whether nursing homes are sufficient in number and services to meet long-term care needs.
REF. HUMAN SERVICES

S.B. No. 328 (RAISED) HUMAN SERVICES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING CAPIAS MITTIMUS ORDERS', to provide more timely service of civil arrest warrants concerning child support.
REF. HUMAN SERVICES

S.B. No. 329 (RAISED) HUMAN SERVICES . 'AN ACT CONCERNING LONG-TERM CARE', to study whether long-term care programs and planning are sufficient to meet the need for such services.
REF. HUMAN SERVICES

S.B. No. 330 (RAISED) HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE BOARD OF REGENTS', to clarify the appointments of vice-presidents of the Board of Regents for Higher Education and eliminate references to the Board for State Academic Awards from the general statutes.
REF. HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT

S.B. No. 331 (RAISED) EDUCATION . 'AN ACT PROVIDING FUNDING FOR THE GARBAGE MUSEUM IN STRATFORD', to provide for the funding of the Garbage Museum in Stratford through the use of tipping fees.
REF. EDUCATION

S.B. No. 332 (RAISED) PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT . 'AN ACT AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT IN HARTFORD COUNTY', to require The Metropolitan District Commission to (1) charge all customers at uniform rates, including surcharges; (2) give nonmember municipalities representation on the district board; (3) post the district budget and minutes of the district board, subcommittees, bureaus, boards and commissions on the Internet web site of the district; and (4) maintain recreational property connected to the Riverfront Recapture project.
REF. PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

S.B. No. 333 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION . 'AN ACT EXEMPTING FROM THE GROSS EARNINGS TAX PROPANE GAS USED AS A FUEL FOR OVER-THE-ROAD VEHICLES', to extend certain gross earnings tax exemptions to promote the use of propane as an alternative motor fuel.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

S.B. No. 334 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION . 'AN ACT CONCERNING ADULT INSTRUCTION PERMITS', to increase public safety on the roads by ensuring adequate training and knowledge for adults learning to drive.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

S.B. No. 335 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION . 'AN ACT REQUIRING CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR CONNECTICUT'S DRIVERS', to require a continuing education class before the renewal of a motor vehicle operator's license.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

S.B. No. 336 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE PENALTY FOR CAUSING HARM TO A VULNERABLE USER OF A PUBLIC WAY', to increase awareness of vulnerable users of our roads.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

S.B. No. 337 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION . 'AN ACT REQUIRING A DRIVER'S LICENSE APPLICANT TO SELECT OR DECLINE TO MAKE AN ANATOMICAL GIFT', to require applicants for driver's licenses to complete the question regarding organ and tissue donation.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

S.B. No. 338 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION . 'AN ACT CONCERNING STATE-WIDE TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS', to determine how to continue the development of transportation-related projects in the state.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

S.B. No. 339 (RAISED) TRANSPORTATION . 'AN ACT CONCERNING TWEED-NEW HAVEN AIRPORT', to improve safety at Tweed-New Haven Airport.
REF. TRANSPORTATION

S.B. No. 340 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING A TWO-GENERATIONAL SCHOOL READINESS PLAN', to promote long-term learning and economic success for low income families by addressing intergenerational barriers to school readiness and workforce readiness.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

S.B. No. 341 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING PROFESSIONAL FEES FOR ADMINISTRATION OF THE RETIRED TEACHERS HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUM ACCOUNT', to eliminate the annual cap on professional fees for administration of the retired teachers' health insurance premium account.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

S.B. No. 342 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE RETIRED TEACHERS' HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUM ACCOUNT', to restore reimbursements under the retiree drug subsidy provisions of Medicare Part D to the retired teachers' health insurance premium account.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

S.B. No. 343 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE AVAILABILITY OF CERTAIN PROPERTY-RELATED MUNICIPAL INFORMATION', to make municipal information concerning the assessed valuation of tax-exempt property and transfers of real property more available.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

S.B. No. 344 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING EXPENDITURES OF STATE AGENCIES PROVIDING PUBLIC HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES', to review the programs and services administered or provided by state agencies providing public health, mental health or developmental services.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

S.B. No. 345 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING EXPENDITURES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION', to review programs and services administered or provided by the Department of Correction.
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S.B. No. 346 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING EXPENDITURES OF THE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, THE DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION', to review expenditures of the Judicial Department, the Division of Criminal Justice and the Public Defender Services Commission.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

S.B. No. 347 (RAISED) APPROPRIATIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING EXPENDITURES OF APPROPRIATED FUNDS OTHER THAN THE GENERAL FUND', to review appropriations from funds other than the General Fund.
REF. APPROPRIATIONS

S.B. No. 348 (RAISED) GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING POST-ELECTION AUDITS', to streamline the post-election audit process.
REF. GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS

S.B. No. 349 (RAISED) GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING REGULATIONS OF SIGNIFICANT IMPACT', to require each state agency to determine whether a proposed regulation of such agency is of significant impact, and to impose additional procedural requirements for the adoption of any regulation that is determined to be of significant impact.
REF. GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS

S.B. No. 350 (RAISED) GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE STATE-WIDE PROCESS IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE', to create a state-wide process improvement initiative for purposes of increasing productivity in state government.
REF. GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS

S.B. No. 351 (RAISED) GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE ASSESSMENT OF PROPOSED PRIVATIZATION CONTRACTS', to add an additional requirement for privatization contracts involving reimbursable personal services, to permit the cost-benefit analysis to be waived under certain circumstances and to nullify any privatization contract other than for an emergency procurement entered into or renewed without complying with the provisions of section 4e-16 of the general statutes.
REF. GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS

S.B. No. 352 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE STATE BUILDING CODE', to require the State Building Code to incorporate the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

S.B. No. 353 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CLASS I RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE PROJECTS', to (1) increase the megawatt amount of generation facilities using Class I renewable energy sources that an electric distribution company or owner or private third-party developer of a generation project may own, (2) require the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to conduct solicitations for certain generation projects, and (3) allow the electric distribution companies to conduct solicitations for certain Class I renewable energy source projects.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

S.B. No. 354 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE BRIDGEPORT THERMAL LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY', to form The Bridgeport Thermal Limited Liability Company.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

S.B. No. 355 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING REPRESENTATION OF THE STATE'S INTERESTS BEFORE THE NEW ENGLAND POWER POOL', to authorize the Office of Consumer Counsel to retain consultants with regard to participation in the New England Power Pool.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

S.B. No. 356 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING UNAUTHORIZED ELECTRIC SUBMETERING', to allow the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to impose penalties on those entities engaged in unauthorized electric submetering.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

S.B. No. 357 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDING STANDARDS AND PRODUCT EFFICIENCY STANDARDS', to (1) allow municipalities to adopt the high performance building construction standards for new commercial construction or certain renovations and certain home energy rating system scores for new residential construction, (2) adopt certain state building construction standards and to allow certain facilities to be exempt from those standards, provided such facilities adhere to certain other standards, and (3) remove the requirement that manufacturers of certain products certified to meet California standards submit documentation of such certification to the Commissioner of Energy and Environmental Protection.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

S.B. No. 358 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ASSESSED CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM', to (1) amend the definition of energy improvements to include the participation in a microgrid, including any related infrastructure, by qualifying commercial real property, and (2) require the Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority to study the need for a residential property assessed clean energy program.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

S.B. No. 359 (RAISED) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING DEVELOPMENT OF ENERGY-RELATED TECHNOLOGIES', to determine how to continue the development of energy-related technologies in the state.
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

S.B. No. 360 (RAISED) JUDICIARY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE APPLICABILITY OF PROBATE COURT ORDERS TO STATE AGENCIES', to require each state agency to follow any order, denial or decree of a Probate Court that is applicable to a determination made by the state agency, and clarify that a state agency has standing to appeal any such order, denial or decree to the Superior Court with respect to its applicability to the state agency's determination.
REF. JUDICIARY

S.B. No. 361 (RAISED) JUDICIARY . 'AN ACT CONCERNING FAMILY IMPACT STATEMENTS', to permit criminal defendants who have physical custody of a minor child to provide the court with a family impact statement prior to sentencing for a crime for which a sentence of imprisonment may be imposed.
REF. JUDICIARY

S.B. No. 362 (RAISED) PUBLIC HEALTH . 'AN ACT CONCERNING MANDATORY REPORTING OF ABUSE AND NEGLECT OF INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER AND THE DEFINITION OF ABUSE', to require reporting of suspected abuse or neglect of persons receiving services from the Department of Developmental Services' Division of Autism Spectrum Disorder Services and to expand the definition of abuse for purposes of the registry of persons who have been terminated or separated from employment as a result of substantiated abuse or neglect.
REF. PUBLIC HEALTH

S.B. No. 363 (RAISED) HOUSING . 'AN ACT TRANSFERRING FUNDS DEPOSITED IN THE COMMUNITY INVESTMENT ACCOUNT TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING', to redirect funds distributed from the Community Investment Account from the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority to the Department of Housing.
REF. HOUSING

S.B. No. 364 (RAISED) HOUSING . 'AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REVISIONS TO THE SUPPORTIVE HOUSING INITIATIVE STATUTE', to expand eligibility for supportive housing initiatives and to add the Department of Developmental Services and the Department of Veterans' Affairs to the list of agencies collaborating on such initiatives.
REF. HOUSING

S.B. No. 365 (RAISED) HOUSING . 'AN ACT CONCERNING WAITING LISTS FOR PUBLIC HOUSING', to improve the method by which housing is offered to families on waiting lists for public housing.
REF. HOUSING

S.J. No. 22 (COMM) ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY . 'RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION LIMITING THE USE OF MONEYS CONTAINED IN THE CLEAN ENERGY FUND'
REF. ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

S.J. No. 23 (COMM) TRANSPORTATION . 'RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION LIMITING THE USE OF MONEYS CONTAINED IN THE SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND'
REF. TRANSPORTATION

S.R. No. 9 SEN. WILLIAMS, 29th DIST. 'RESOLUTION PROPOSING APPROVAL OF A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE OFFICE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD AND THE CONNECTICUT STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION (CSEA-SEIU LOCAL 2001)'
REF. APPROPRIATIONS