Connecticut Laws - Title 2c Review And Termination Of Governmental Entities And Programs
CHAPTER 28 CONNECTICUT SUNSET LAW
Sec. 2c-8. Criteria for determining whether a regulatory entity or program has served the general public.

Sec. 2c-8. Criteria for determining whether a regulatory entity or program has served the general public. (134)(1-click HTML)

In determining whether a regulatory entity or program has served the general public, and not merely the persons regulated, the General Assembly shall consider, among other things: (135)

(a) The extent to which qualified applicants have been permitted to engage in any profession, occupation, trade or activity regulated by the entity or program; (136)

(b) The extent to which the governmental entity involved has complied with federal and state affirmative action requirements; (137)

(c) The extent to which the governmental entity involved has recommended statutory changes which would benefit the public as opposed to the persons regulated; (138)

(d) The extent to which the governmental entity involved has encouraged public participation in the formulation of its regulations and policies, and (139)

(e) The manner in which the governmental entity involved has processed and resolved public complaints concerning persons subject to regulation. (140)

  

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