Connecticut Law
Title 2c Review And Termination Of Governmental Entities And Programs


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Connecticut Laws | Title 2c Review And Termination Of Governmental Entities And Programs

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CHAPTER 28 CONNECTICUT SUNSET LAW

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Sec. 2c-1. Legislative finding.

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Secs. 2c-2 and 2c-2a. Governmental entities and programs terminated on July 1, 1981; July 1, 1982; July 1, 1983; July 1, 1984; July 1, 1985; July 1, 1986; July 1, 1987, and July 1, 1988. Termination of ombudsmen office under sunset law.

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Sec. 2c-2b. Governmental entities and programs terminated on July 1, 2013; July 1, 2014; July 1, 2015; July 1, 2016; and July 1, 2017.

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Secs. 2c-2c to 2c-2g. Termination under sunset law of: Mobile and Manufactured Home Advisory Council; Human Resources Advisory Council and human services area advisory councils; Child Day Care Council; Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations; Dental Commission.

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Sec. 2c-3. Performance audits by Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee.

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Sec. 2c-4. Report to General Assembly.

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Sec. 2c-5. Committee to hold hearing prior to termination or reestablishment of governmental entity.

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Sec. 2c-6. Governmental entity to demonstrate public need. Recommendations by committee.

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Sec. 2c-7. Criteria for determining public need.

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Sec. 2c-8. Criteria for determining whether a regulatory entity or program has served the general public.

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Sec. 2c-9. Terminated entity or program to continue for one year for purpose of concluding its affairs.

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Sec. 2c-10. Reestablishment of entity or program by General Assembly.

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Sec. 2c-11. Termination of entity not to affect any claim, right or cause of action.

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Sec. 2c-12. Early termination of entity or program, other legislation, not prohibited.

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Secs. 2c-13 to 2c-20.

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