Goto previous pageGoto next page
pg. 64

Connecticut Laws | Title 4 Management Of State Agencies
Sec. 4-124uu. Program re trained workforce for the film industry.

Sec. 4-124uu. Program re trained workforce for the film industry. (1077)(Text)

(a) The Office of Workforce Competitiveness, in consultation with the Labor Commissioner, the Commissioners of Education and Economic and Community Development, and the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism, shall establish a program that is designed to develop a trained workforce for the film industry in the state. Such program shall have three components: (1) An unpaid intern training program for high school and college students; (2) a production assistant training program open to any state resident; and (3) a workforce training program that would include classroom training, on-set training and a mentor program. (1078)

(b) Not later than ninety days after July 1, 2007, the Office of Workforce Competitiveness shall establish written participation guidelines for the program authorized under this section. (1079)

(c) Not later than January 1, 2008, and annually thereafter, the Office of Workforce Competitiveness shall submit a status report, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a, on the establishment and operation of the program authorized under this section to the Connecticut Employment and Training Commission, the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to commerce, and higher education and employment advancement. (1080)

Sec. 4-124vv. Office of Workforce Competitiveness to fund Connecticut Career Choices. (1081)(Text)

The Office of Workforce Competitiveness shall, within available appropriations, fund Connecticut Career Choices. (1082)


Sec. 4-125. "Public Works Department" or "Public Works Commissioner" construed as "Department of Administrative Services" or "Commissioner of Administrative Services", when. (1084)(Text)

Section 4-125 is repealed. (1085)

Sec. 4-126. (1086)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 59, Part I, Sec. 4b-1. (1087)

Sec. 4-126a. Janitors of courthouses. (1088)(Text)

Section 4-126a is repealed. (1089)

Sec. 4-126b. (1090)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 59, Part III, Sec. 4b-25. (1091)

Sec. 4-126c. (1092)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 60, Part II, Sec. 4b-97. (1093)

Secs. 4-127 and 4-127a. Citizens' Advisory Council on Public Works. Agencies to furnish information to commissioner; certification re availability of space as shown on inventory. (1094)(Text)

Sections 4-127 and 4-127a are repealed. (1095)

Secs. 4-127b and 4-127c. (1096)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 59, Part III, Secs. 4b-33 and 4b-34, respectively. (1097)

Sec. 4-128. (1098)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 59, Part III, Sec. 4b-30. (1099)

Secs. 4-128a to 4-128f. (1100)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 59, Part III, Secs. 4b-35 to 4b-40, inclusive. (1101)

Sec. 4-129. Office space for the press. (1102)(Text)

Section 4-129 is repealed. (1103)

Sec. 4-130. (1104)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 59, Part II, Sec. 4b-14. (1105)

Sec. 4-131. (1106)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 60, Part I, Sec. 4b-51. (1107)

Sec. 4-131a. (1108)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 60, Part I, Sec. 4b-53. (1109)

Sec. 4-132. (1110)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 60, Part I, Sec. 4b-52. (1111)

Sec. 4-133. (1112)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 59, Part II, Sec. 4b-12. (1113)

Sec. 4-133a. (1114)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 59, Part III, Sec. 4b-29. (1115)

Secs. 4-134 to 4-134e. (1116)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 60, Part I, Secs. 4b-54 to 4b-59, inclusive. (1117)

Sec. 4-135. (1118)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 60, Part I, Sec. 4b-62. (1119)

Sec. 4-136. Building to house Rex Brasher paintings. (1120)(Text)

Section 4-136 is repealed. (1121)

Sec. 4-137. Reimbursement of fire districts or departments for 1955 flood losses. (1122)(Text)

Obsolete. (1123)


Secs. 4-137a to 4-137e. (1125)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 60, Part II, Secs. 4b-91 to 4b-95, inclusive. (1126)

Sec. 4-137f. Sub-bids; relation to general bidders; procedure on rejection of bids. (1127)(Text)

Section 4-137f is repealed. (1128)

Sec. 4-137g. (1129)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 60, Part II, Sec. 4b-96. (1130)

Sec. 4-137h. General bidder may submit sub-bid. (1131)(Text)

Section 4-137h is repealed. (1132)


Secs. 4-138 to 4-140. State Building Program Commission. (1134)(Text)

Sections 4-138 to 4-140, inclusive, are repealed. (1135)


Sec. 4-141. Definitions. (1137)(Text)

As used in this chapter: "Claim" means a petition for the payment or refund of money by the state or for permission to sue the state; "just claim" means a claim which in equity and justice the state should pay, provided the state has caused damage or injury or has received a benefit; "person" means any individual, firm, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, association or other group, including political subdivisions of the state; "state agency" includes every department, division, board, office, commission, arm, agency and institution of the state government, whatever its title or function; and "state officers and employees" includes every person elected or appointed to or employed in any office, position or post in the state government, whatever such person's title, classification or function and whether such person serves with or without remuneration or compensation, including judges of probate courts, employees of such courts and special limited conservators appointed by such courts pursuant to section 17a-543a. In addition to the foregoing, "state officers and employees" includes attorneys appointed as victim compensation commissioners, attorneys appointed by the Public Defender Services Commission as public defenders, assistant public defenders or deputy assistant public defenders and attorneys appointed by the court as special assistant public defenders, the Attorney General, the Deputy Attorney General and any associate attorney general or assistant attorney general, any other attorneys employed by any state agency, any commissioner of the Superior Court hearing small claims matters or acting as a fact-finder, arbitrator or magistrate or acting in any other quasi-judicial position, any person appointed to a committee established by law for the purpose of rendering services to the Judicial Department, including, but not limited to, the Legal Specialization Screening Committee, the State-Wide Grievance Committee, the Client Security Fund Committee, the advisory committee appointed pursuant to section 51-81d and the State Bar Examining Committee, any member of a multidisciplinary team established by the Commissioner of Children and Families pursuant to section 17a-106a, and any physicians or psychologists employed by any state agency. "State officers and employees" shall not include any medical or dental intern, resident or fellow of The University of Connecticut when (1) the intern, resident or fellow is assigned to a hospital affiliated with the university through an integrated residency program, and (2) such hospital provides protection against professional liability claims in an amount and manner equivalent to that provided by the hospital to its full-time physician employees. (1138)

Goto previous page64Goto next page


Our Mission

Our mission is to provide citizens free access to the laws and codes of their state utilizing a unique search engine that matches clients with qualified legal professionals who can help with specific issues.

Our goal is to do this in a manner that promotes open government and freedom of information, while providing attorneys with valuable tools to connect with qualified prospects in need of professional services.

Ignorance Is No Excuse
Your Right To Know The Law

All citizens have a right to have access to the laws that govern them. Citizen awareness and participation in government is fundamental to ensuring a sound democracy.

Although unfettered access to the law is a fundamental right to all citizens, there is no substitute for experienced legal counsel.

We do not recommend self-representation. We do, however, recognize that in an age where people routinely research legal matters online using everything from a smartphone to their xbox, both attorneys and clients alike can benefit from this resource.