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  • Introduced
    Feb 16, 2023
  • Passed House
  • Passed Senate
  • Signed into Law
HB 6719
Connecticut House Bill
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AN ACT CONCERNING EMERGENCY SERVICES AND INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER, COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS AND NONVERBAL LEARNING DISORDERS. To (1) require the Department of Developmental Services and the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection to develop municipal guidelines and best practices for emergency services awareness programming for certain individuals, (2) require the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection to develop and assemble sensory kits for distribution to certain municipalities, (3) require the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection to develop, and municipal police departments to make available, a form for optional completion by parents and guardians of certain individuals, (4) require municipal police departments to record information from such forms in searchable databases for use by police officers and public safety answering point dispatchers, and (5) require public safety answering point dispatchers to, when practicable, conduct searches of such databases.
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House • May 02, 2023: Tabled for the Calendar, House
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YES: 19
  • Linehan L
  • Maher C
  • Keitt S
  • Kushner J
  • Dauphinais A
  • Seminara L
  • Anwar S
  • Arnone T
  • Boyd P
  • Cohen C
  • Comey R
  • Hayes R
  • Lanoue B
  • Mastrofrancesco G
  • Napoli R
  • Pizzuto W
  • Roberts K
  • Sanchez R
  • Welander M

NO: 0

    OTHER: 0
    YES: 53
    • Osten C
    • Hoxha J
    • Walker T
    • Johnson S
    • Hartley J
    • Khanna R
    • Exum T
    • Kennedy K
    • Paris C
    • Kushner J
    • Berthel E
    • Lesser M
    • Nuccio T
    • Marx M
    • Anwar S
    • McCarty K
    • Baker A
    • McCrory D
    • Bolinsky M
    • Nolan A
    • Callahan P
    • Porter R
    • Candelaria J
    • Osborne M
    • Chaleski R
    • Reyes G
    • Currey J
    • Rosario C
    • Dathan L
    • Rutigliano D
    • DeCaprio M
    • Ryan K
    • Delany H
    • Sanchez E
    • Delnicki T
    • Slap D
    • Dillon P
    • Simms T
    • Felipe A
    • Somers H
    • Flexer M
    • Tercyak P
    • Foncello M
    • Winfield G
    • Garibay J
    • Zawistowski T
    • Gibson B
    • Gilchrest J
    • Gordon J
    • Gonzalez M
    • Haddad G
    • Hall J
    • Harrison C

    NO: 0

      OTHER: 0
      Actions
      • May 02, 2023 | House
        • Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office (LCO)
        • Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office (LCO)
        • No New File by Committee on Appropriations
        • Tabled for the Calendar, House
      • May 01, 2023 | House
        • Joint Favorable (APP)
      • Apr 25, 2023 | House
        • Referred by House to Committee on Appropriations
      • Mar 14, 2023 | House
        • Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office (LCO)
        • Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
        • House Calendar Number 66
        • File Number 62 (LCO)
      • Mar 07, 2023 | House
        • Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 03/13/23 5:00 PM (LCO)
      • Mar 03, 2023 | House
        • Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office (LCO)
      • Mar 02, 2023 | House
        • Joint Favorable Substitute (KID)
      • Feb 22, 2023 | House
        • Public Hearing 02/24
      • Feb 17, 2023 | House
        • Public Hearing 02/21
      • Feb 16, 2023 | House
        • Referred to Joint Committee on Children