Lawmakers Submit a Multitude of Bills at Outset of Long Legislative Session

The Legislative Office Building in Hartford, CT. Photo credit: Doug Hardy, CTNewsJunkie

All the bills introduced are currently just concepts – and include a bill to allow bear hunting, a bill to prohibit the release of helium balloons, and a bill to allow terramation (composting) of human remains.

By Christine Stuart, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Thousands of bills will be introduced this month for the six-month legislative session and many will die, but hundreds will be debated and may actually become law.

The variety of bills increases during the odd years because the bills don’t have to be tied to the budget and any individual lawmaker can introduce one.

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