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  • Introduced
    Mar 04, 2021
  • Passed Senate
    May 12, 2021
  • Passed House
  • Signed into Law
    Jun 07, 2021
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SB 998
Connecticut Senate Bill
AN ACT CONCERNING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE OFFICE OF HIGHER EDUCATION REGARDING PRIVATE OCCUPATIONAL SCHOOLS AND CLOSURE PLANS OF INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION. To change the eligibility of private occupational schools that can file a compiled financial statement from schools that enroll less than ten students to schools that receive less than fifty thousand dollars in tuition revenue.
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Senate • Jun 14, 2021: Signed by the Governor
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  • Jun 14, 2021 | Senate
    • Signed by the Governor
  • Jun 08, 2021 | Senate
    • Transmitted to the Secretary of State
    • Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
  • Jun 07, 2021 | Senate
    • Public Act 21-45
  • Jun 02, 2021 | Senate
    • House Adopted Senate Amendment Schedule A
    • House Passed as Amended by Senate Amendment Schedule A
    • In Concurrence
  • May 14, 2021 | House
    • Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
    • House Calendar Number 508
  • May 12, 2021 | Senate
    • Senate Adopted Senate Amendment Schedule A 8106
    • Senate Passed as Amended by Senate Amendment Schedule A
  • Apr 06, 2021 | Senate
    • Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
    • Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
    • Senate Calendar Number 186
    • File Number 293
  • Mar 29, 2021 | Senate
    • Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/06/21 10:00 AM
  • Mar 19, 2021 | Senate
    • Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
  • Mar 18, 2021 | Senate
    • Joint Favorable Substitute
  • Mar 05, 2021 | Senate
    • Public Hearing 03/09
  • Mar 04, 2021 | Senate
    • Referred to Joint Committee on Higher Education and Employment Advancement