On July 23, the Connecticut House of Representatives was in session to discuss changes to Connecticut’s absentee voter laws, police accountability reform, and important healthcare changes as the industries adjust to added challenges treating patients during Covid-19. The Senate is Continue reading “Op-Ed: Legislature Must Give Special Session Measures Due Consideration”
Early in March, committees of the Connecticut House of Representatives and Senate were proceeding with business as usual, jointly voting favorably on a raft of bills to be taken up by the General Assembly. But that did not happen.
COVID-19 intervened and thereafter the Legislature Continue reading “Virus Crisis Puts State Legislation on Hold”