By Gary Jeanfaivre
In less than a month, Connecticut's elected representatives will report to Hartford for the opening of the 2014 Legislative Session.
"In the even year session the General Assembly shall consider no business
other than budgetary, revenue and financial matters, bills and
resolutions raised by committees of the General Assembly and those
matters certified in writing by the Speaker of the House of
Representatives and President Pro Tempore of the Senate to be of an
emergency nature," according to
session scheduling rules posted on the Connecticut General Assembly (CGA) website.
On its website, the CGA has a few resources for residents, including:
Winners and losers from the 2013 legislative session."
The website LegisScan—whose "mission is Bringing People To The Process without bias or conflict"—also maintains a
list of legislation from the 2013 session.
When the 2014 session opens on Feb. 5, what issues would you like your elected representatives to tackle?