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The "Baby bonds" bill is an effort to tackle CT's yawning wealth gap; Lamont expected to sign into law
With two weeks left in the legislative session, progressives are making their strongest tax reform push in years.
The House Speaker wants to repeat the success of UConn 2000 with Connecticut’s poorest urban centers by investing in cities.
The compromise is intended to appeal to both fiscal moderates and the party's liberal wing.
The motor vehicle tax bill died in committee but could be revived; Property tax cap passed on party lines.
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The Connecticut legislative session is thankfully over and its main accomplishment was to increase public support for the restoration of the British monarchy.
Two weeks ago, just past midnight, the PROTECT Act passed through the state legislature. Now, this historic bill sits on the desk of Gov. Ned Lamont. Connecticut has the opportunity to substantially limit the harmful practice of solitary confinement.
After the terrible early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the continued spread of the virus through Connecticut nursing homes in the months that followed, we realized many of the issues plaguing nursing home residents and were able to enact change.
Last session, legislation for assisted suicide failed to move forward in the General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee. The death of this bill in the committee will allow for continued protection of the state’s most vulnerable people.
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