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Connecticut state capitol

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28 Days Old Cbia Opposes

SB 2 an act concerning artificial intelligence

Status: Died (House)

A complex, nearly 60-page bill that would provide additional funding to the Attorney General’s office to “protect consumers;" for various AI educational initiatives; to establish an Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council that shall be part of the Legislative Dept.; to require disclosure of AI used in certain applications. Sec. 8(e) of substitute bill represents an effort to “exempt” use of AI that has been approved by the FDA.

19 Days Old Cbia Opposes

SB 3 an act concerning consumer protection

Status: Died (House)

Contains broad requirements to prohibit all businesses from offering, advertising, or displaying a good or service for sale or lease at a price that excludes any fees or charges and prohibits undefined “deceptive” or “excessive” fees or charges. The bill also requires net neutrality that restricts consumer choice and interstate commerce and contains right to repair requirements among other issues.

59 Days Old Cbia Supports

HR 4 resolution confirming the nomination of daniel o'keefe of new canaan to be commissioner of economic and community development.

Status: Enacted

Confirming Gov. Ned Lamont's nomination of Daniel O'Keefe as commissioner of the Department of Economic and Community Development.

36 Days Old Cbia Opposes

SB 4 an act concerning victims of domestic violence, the unsolicited transmission of intimate images by means of an electronic communication device and the impermissible use of nondisclosure agreements in the workplace

Status: Died (Senate)

Makes it a discriminatory practice for an employer to: (a) Refuse to hire or employ, discriminate in compensation or in terms of employment, or bar or discharge from employment, any employee or independent contractor because that person disclosed conduct the person reasonably believes to be a discriminatory employment practice, or because the person disparaged the employer for engaging in conduct the person reasonably believed to be a discriminatory employment practice; and (b) require or request a prospective, current or former employee of independent contractor to enter into or enforce an agreement that prohibits disparagement or disclosure relating to conduct the employee or independent contractor reasonably believes to be a discriminatory employment practice (both sections also apply to interns and volunteers); and (2) sets violations at actual or statutory damages of $10,000, whichever is greater.

66 Days Old Cbia Monitoring

SB 6 an act concerning housing

Status: Died (Senate)

Makes changes from the affordable housing roundtable.

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