Wednesday, February 04, 2009

State Rep. Mary Fritz' bills in 2009 (2/6)

Here's the second installment of Mary's bills... again she's got a total of 71 bills introduced:

HB05093 AN ACT CONCERNING PROSTHETIC PARITY.
HB05136 AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE OFFENSE OF CYBERSTALKING.
HB05148 AN ACT CONCERNING THE REHABILITATION OF ENDANGERED AND THREATENED WILDLIFE.
HB05172 AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE CONNECTICUT HEALTHY STEPS PROGRAM.
HB05193 AN ACT CONCERNING SHARED DECISION MAKING BETWEEN HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND PATIENTS.
HB05208 AN ACT ESTABLISHING A JOB SHADOWING PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS AGE SIXTEEN YEARS AND OLDER.
HB05222 AN ACT CONCERNING CHARITABLE DONATION BINS.
HB05223 AN ACT CREATING A REAL ESTATE LICENSING EXEMPTION FOR EMPLOYEES OF NEW HOME BUILDERS.
HB05244 AN ACT PROVIDING GOOD SAMARITAN PROTECTION TO ENTITIES THAT MAKE AUTOMATIC EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATORS AVAILABLE AND TO INDIVIDUALS WHO RENDER CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION.
HB05248 AN ACT CONCERNING THE LEGISLATURE'S IMPACT ON CRUSHER'S EMPLOYMENT IN THE STATE.
HB05254 AN ACT CONCERNING EXTENDING THE TIME OF EXPIRATION OF CERTAIN LAND USE PERMITS.
HB05256 AN ACT CONCERNING SUBDIVISION AND SITE PLAN PERFORMANCE BOND REQUIREMENTS AND THE RELEASE OF SUCH BONDS.

I'm glad she's all over the donation bin fraud that's been destroying the very fabric of the state!

Here's the first part of her bills.

Tim White

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Way to waste oue legistature's time with most of these.

Now I can see why nothing get's done up therre.
How about a bill to find out why Donovan is our speaker?
How can he sleep at night? ell is cutting 400 jobs and he doesn't feel he can do his job so he wants to hire "Crusher" to be his adviser for $120K and then he needs to pay a press secretary more than the governor....ridiculous!

Anonymous said...

The last three are interesting?

tim white said...

Yeah, those last two in particular are interesting.

After I post all the bills from all our legislators, maybe I'll do another post on the most interesting ones.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone have a bill to legislate the amount of time a city or town has to use funds awarded by the state?
Perhaps if towns who accepted funds for non-essential projects (i.e. TURF), and don't use them within a year, should have to give them back. This could help with this deficit we are in.