The lawmakers say the burden of correcting the overpayments shouldn’t be on people who filed their applications in good faith.
State officials have issued thousands of letters instructing some people to repay unemployment benefits they received during the pandemic.
Over the next two years, some 2,400 sites in Connecticut will be inspected for possible contamination with PFAS chemicals.
It remains unclear how many municipal police officers are wearing body cameras and how many still need them.
Some Connecticut cities are reverting to virtual public meetings and reimplementing mask mandates in government buildings.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s office reported an additional 295 cases Thursday out of 13,270 tests, amounting to a 2.2% positivity rate.
The deal is part of a larger, $26 billion settlement the companies negotiated with state and local governments.