The House of Representatives voted 96-50 Saturday night to approve and send to the Senate a bill that would make the state’s vocational-technical school system an independent state agency beginning on July 1, 2019. The system currently is under the state Department of Education.
The House of Representatives unanimously approved a bill Saturday to help cities and towns adjust their property tax bills as the state’s budget crisis plays out in the coming weeks or months.
The House of Representatives voted 88-62 Saturday to approve and send to the Senate a compromise bail reform package backed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the Connecticut Sentencing Commission.
A long, intense and expensive lobbying campaign by Dominion Energy has failed to find the votes in the Connecticut General Assembly for legislation intended to improve the profitability of its Millstone Nuclear Power Station by changing the rules for procuring electricity.
The Senate has given unanimous approval to a bill that would ensure fertility coverage for those facing chemotherapy or some other medically necessary treatment that threatens their ability to have children.