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Current Legislation in Connecticut

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Connecticut General Assembly: https://www.cga.ct.gov/

HB 5125 - An Act Concerning the Provision of Temporary Immunity from Liability to Entities That Have Safely Operated During the Covid-19 Pandemic. to Protect Businesses, Nonprofit Organizations, Schools, the State and Its Political Subdivisions That Have Safely Reopened from Civil Liability Resulting from One's Exposure to Covid-19.

Issue: COVID-19 Liability Protection

This measure amends statute to provide temporary immunity from civil liability to businesses, nonprofit organizations, universities, the state, and any of its political subdivisions who, on or after March 10, 2020, acted in substantial compliance with public health guidelines for any loss, damage, injury or death arising from exposure to or transmission of COVID-19 or any mutation thereof, except in instances of gross negligence or willful misconduct.

Full text is not yet available.

HB 5199 - An Act Concerning the Consumer Price Index and the Minimum Wage. to Eliminate the Consumer Price Index from the Calculation of the Minimum Wage.

Issue: Minimum Wage

This measure would eliminate the consumer price index from the calculation of the minimum wage.

Full text has not yet been made available.

HB 5702 - An Act Delaying Scheduled Increases In the Minimum Wage. to Delay Scheduled Increases In the Minimum Wage.

Issue: Minimum Wage

This measure will delay the scheduled increases in the minimum wage from August 1, 2021, to January 1, 2023, from July 1, 2022, to January 1, 2024, and from June 1, 2023, to January 1, 2025.

Full text has not yet been made available.

HB 5946 - An Act Delaying the Increase of the Minimum Wage For One Year. to Delay the Increase of the Minimum Wage For One Year.

Issue: Minimum Wage

This measure seeks to delay an increase in the minimum wage for one year.

Full text has not yet been made available.

HB 5947 - An Act Suspending Scheduled Increases In the Minimum Wage. to Protect Small Businesses Until the State Returns to an Employment Level Equal to the Level on January 1, 2008.

Issue: Minimum Wage

This measure seeks to suspend scheduled increases in the minimum wage until such time that the state has achieved an employment level equal to the level on January 1, 2008.

Full text has not yet been made available.

HB 6268 - An Act Stopping Further Increases In the Minimum Wage and Reducing the Minimum Wage For Minors. to Promote a More Pro-Growth Economic Environment and to Increase the Employment Rate of Entry-Level Workers.

Issue: Minimum Wage

This measure would cease further minimum wage increases beyond $12 per hour and establishing it $11 for people under 18.

Full text has not yet been made available.

HB 6339 - An Act Raising the Minimum Wage In Connecticut. to Raise the Minimum Wage In Connecticut to Keep Up With Productivity Growth.

Issue: Minimum Wage

This measure will raise the minimum wage to $24 per hour.

Full text for this measure is not yet available.

HB 6348 - An Act Eliminating the Tip Credit and the Use of Federal Minimum Wage Exemptions For Employers of Disabled Persons. to Eliminate the Tip Credit and to Eliminate the Use of Federal Minimum Wage Exemptions For Employers of Disabled Persons.

Issue: Minimum Wage

This measure will eliminate the tip credit and eliminate the use of federal minimum wage exemptions for employers of disabled persons.

Full text for this measure is not yet available.

SB 186 - An Act Allowing Persons Sixteen Years of Age or Older to Operate Rides at Amusement Parks. to Ensure an Adequate and Properly Trained Workforce For Local Amusement Parks.

Issue: Ride Safety (ASTM F24)

This measure allows persons 16 years of age or older with proper training to operate rides at amusement parks.

Full text has not yet been made available.

SB 668 - An Act Concerning a Fair Work Week Schedule to Prohibit On-Call Shift Scheduling.

Issue: Wage and Hour (Predictive Scheduling)

This measure will prohibit on-call shift scheduling.

Full text has not yet been made available.