Connecticut Laws - Title 2c Review And Termination Of Governmental Entities And Programs
CHAPTER 28 CONNECTICUT SUNSET LAW
Sec. 2c-1. Legislative finding.

Sec. 2c-1. Legislative finding. (2)(1-click HTML)

The General Assembly finds that there has been a proliferation of governmental entities and programs, and that this proliferation has occurred without sufficient legislative oversight or regulatory accountability. The General Assembly further finds that there is a need for periodic comprehensive review of certain entities and programs, and for the termination or modification of those which do not significantly benefit the public health, safety or welfare. (3)

  

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