Lamont Finishes Bill Signings; Medical Debt, Affordable Housing Among Those Inked

Gov. Ned Lamont signing a bill. CTNewsJunkie file photo

A bill that prevents medical debt from impacting people’s credit scores, another aimed at improving the availability of affordable housing, and another focused on election security and transparency were among the bills signed by Gov. Ned Lamont.

By Hudson Kamphausen, CTNewsJunkie.com 

The governor has been busy signing bills over the last several weeks, finishing up the task of vetting the Connecticut General Assembly’s work with a final bill signing notification going out late last week.

Of the 175 bills passed by the legislature during the regular session this year, he signed a total of 173 and vetoed two.

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