Bills Pending Connecticut Joint Environment Committee

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CTSB00076IntroTo enable municipalities to prohibit the application of pesticides on certain properties within such municipality.
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2019-03-13
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06646IntroTo utilize the Green Bank model for environmental infrastructure, including water and solid waste management, recycling, climate resiliency and natural resource conservation.
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2019-03-13
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06647IntroTo establish a regenerative agriculture program in the state that will improve soil health, conservation, rainwater absorption, drought resiliency and water quality.
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2019-03-13
To Joint Environment Committee
CTSB01064IntroTo establish a carbon price for fossil fuels sold in the state.
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2019-03-13
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB07345IntroTo provide a source of funding to lake authorities for the costs of combatting invasive species.
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2019-03-13
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB07347IntroTo exempt senior citizens and veterans from the motor vehicle registration fee associated with the Passport to the Parks Program.
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2019-03-13
To Joint Environment Committee
CTSB00997IntroTo increase funds generated for the animal population control program in order to pay veterinarians for their services and to enable towns to better offset costs related to municipal animal shelters.
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2019-03-06
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB07296IntroTo require the development of a plan that will implement best practices for the recycling of glass in the state and to require certain glass beverage containers sold in the state to have a minimum post- consumer glass content in order to help foster ...
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2019-03-06
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05019IntroTo encourage consumer use of reusable bags.
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2019-03-06
To Joint Environment Committee
CTSB00999IntroTo increase the fee paid by anyone adopting a dog from a municipal shelter and to require the payment of such fee for anyone adopting a cat or other domestic animal from a municipal shelter and to require the licensing of such cats and other domestic...
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2019-03-06
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06016IntroTo require municipal shelters and dog pounds to abide by the same standards as other registered animal facilities.
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2019-02-22
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05689IntroTo better provide for safe residential docks and piers in the state.
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2019-02-22
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06014IntroTo prohibit the use of leghold and body-crushing traps.
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2019-02-22
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05481IntroTo fully implement the legalization of industrial hemp in accordance with public act 15-202.
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2019-02-22
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05394IntroTo prohibit the trade of ivory and rhinoceros horn if it was taken from the wild after February 26, 1976, while also preserving the state's antiques industry.
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2019-02-08
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05249IntroTo prohibit towns and the state from purchasing and using artificial turf.
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2019-02-08
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05185IntroTo limit the circumstances under which the Commissioner of Energy and Environmental Protection can modify consent orders.
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2019-02-08
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06966IntroTo reduce the number of fees for drivers in the state.
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2019-02-07
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06554IntroTo exempt municipalities from liability for inspections undertaken pursuant to the permitting requirements of municipal separate storm sewer systems programs.
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2019-02-07
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05058IntroTo exempt a senior citizen from the "Passport to the Parks Fee" when registering a motor vehicle.
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2019-02-07
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05060IntroTo exempt a person who is sixty-five years or older from the "Passport to the Parks Fee" when registering a motor vehicle.
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2019-02-07
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06753IntroTo establish a moratorium for municipalities concerning the requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency's Capacity, Management, Operations and Maintenance program.
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2019-02-07
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05059IntroTo provide that a household with a person registering more than one motor vehicle only pay the "Passport to the Parks Fee" once.
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2019-02-07
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06558IntroTo require municipal pounds and animal shelters to register with the Commissioner of Agriculture and comply with Department of Agriculture regulations.
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2019-02-07
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05463IntroTo reduce the number of fees for drivers in the state.
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2019-02-07
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB07019IntroTo prohibit the manufacture, sale or possession of animal fighting paraphernalia.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB07017IntroTo legalize the production of industrial hemp.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05254IntroTo enable municipalities such as Bolton, Bozrah, Bloomfield, Bethany, Coventry, Hartford, Lyme, New London, Norfolk, North Stonington and Warren to impose a conveyance tax on certain real property sales in order to generate funds for the preservation...
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2019-01-30
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05315IntroTo improve the safety of kayakers, canoeists and paddleboarders.
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2019-01-30
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06635IntroTo establish a carbon price for fossil fuels sold in the state.
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2019-01-29
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06641IntroTo reduce litter and municipal and road maintenance expense.
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2019-01-29
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06636IntroTo establish stricter emission standards for small-spark ignition engines such as lawn mowers and snow blowers.
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2019-01-29
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06649IntroTo help alleviate the environmental impact of plastic bags and straws.
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2019-01-29
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06644IntroTo evaluate to role of public lands to mitigate negative emissions in order to achieve the state's climate goals.
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2019-01-29
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06639IntroTo establish a clear process for notification of homeowners before utilities remove trees and vegetation.
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2019-01-29
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06640IntroTo prohibit the use of single-use plastic bags.
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2019-01-29
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06645IntroTo provide that a public trust be retained in the water of the state.
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2019-01-29
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06638IntroTo create a task force to examine the adequacy of laws concerning companion animals.
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2019-01-29
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06436IntroTo assess the true cost of carbon energy on fossil fuel users.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06451IntroTo shift the energy market away from fossil fuels and reduce climate change risks and unhealthy air quality.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTSB00679IntroTo amend the ninety-day permit determination requirement of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the state-wide solid waste management plan for the state concerning recycling.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06442IntroTo protect rainforests.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06452IntroTo shift the market from fossil fuels to renewable energy while creating green jobs in the state.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06441IntroTo join other states and utilities in establishing a more ambitious renewable energy goal and to reduce the risks of climate change.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06445IntroTo provide for a less extensive dredging permit process for maintenance dredging.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06431IntroTo exempt service dogs from dog license fees.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06432IntroTo permanently ban the import, sale, storage and processing of fracking waste in the state.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06427IntroTo exempt senior citizens from the Passport to the State Parks motor vehicle registration fee.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06433IntroTo reduce pollution from single-use plastic bags and shift consumer behavior toward the use of reusable bags.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB06444IntroTo achieve cooperative reduction of fossil fuels among the states in the northeast.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
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