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Connecticut Laws | Title 2c Review And Termination Of Governmental Entities And Programs
CHAPTER 28 CONNECTICUT SUNSET LAW
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.

(10) Commission on Fire Prevention and Control, established under section 7-323k; (64)

(11) Program of regulation of building demolition, established under section 29-401; (65)

(12) Repealed by P.A. 93-262, S. 86, 87 and P.A. 93-423, S. 7; and (66)

(13) Connecticut Food Policy Council, established under section 22-456. (67)

(d) The following governmental entities and programs are terminated, effective July 1, 2016, unless reestablished in accordance with the provisions of section 2c-10: (68)

(1) State Insurance and Risk Management Board, established under section 4a-19; (69)

(2) Connecticut Marketing Authority, established under section 22-63; (70)

(3) Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, established under section 31-376; (71)

(4) Connecticut Siting Council, established under section 16-50j; (72)

(5) Connecticut Public Transportation Commission, established under section 13b-11a; (73)

(6) State Board of Accountancy, established under section 20-280; (74)

(7) Repealed by P.A. 99-73, S. 10; (75)

(8) Repealed by P.A. 85-613, S. 153, 154; (76)

(9) State Milk Regulation Board, established under section 22-131; (77)

(10) Deleted by P.A. 99-73, S. 1; (78)

(11) Council on Environmental Quality, established under section 22a-11; (79)

(12) Repealed by P.A. 85-613, S. 153, 154; (80)

(13) Repealed by P.A. 83-487, S. 32, 33; (81)

(14) Employment Security Board of Review, established under section 31-237c; (82)

(15) Repealed by P.A. 85-613, S. 153, 154; (83)

(16) Connecticut Energy Advisory Board, established under section 16a-3; (84)

(17) Connecticut Solid Waste Management Advisory Council, established under subsection (a) of section 22a-279; (85)

(18) Investment Advisory Council, established under section 3-13b; (86)

(19) State Properties Review Board, established under subsection (a) of section 4b-3; (87)

(20) Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, established under section 46a-52; (88)

(21) The coastal management program, established under chapter 444; (89)

(22) Repealed by P.A. 09-234, S. 15; (90)

(23) Family support grant program of the Department of Social Services, established under section 17b-616; (91)

(24) Program of regulation of occupational therapists, established under chapter 376a; (92)

(25) Repealed by P.A. 85-613, S. 153, 154; (93)

(26) Architectural Licensing Board, established under section 20-289; (94)

(27) Repealed by June Sp. Sess. P.A. 01-5, S. 17, 18; and (95)

(28) The Connecticut Transportation Strategy Board. (96)

(e) The following governmental entities and programs are terminated, effective July 1, 2017, unless reestablished in accordance with the provisions of section 2c-10: (97)

(1) Regional advisory councils for children and youth center facilities, established under section 17a-30; (98)

(2) Repealed by P.A. 93-262, S. 86, 87; (99)

(3) Advisory Council on Children and Families, established under section 17a-4; (100)

(4) Board of Education and Services for the Blind, established under section 10-293; (101)

(5) Repealed by P.A. 84-361, S. 6, 7; (102)

(6) Commission on the Deaf and Hearing Impaired, established under section 46a-27; (103)

(7) Advisory and planning councils for regional centers for the mentally retarded, established under section 17a-273; (104)

(8) Repealed by P.A. 01-141, S. 15, 16; (105)

(9) Repealed by P.A. 94-245, S. 45, 46; (106)

(10) Repealed by P.A. 85-613, S. 153, 154; (107)

(11) State Library Board, established under section 11-1; (108)

(12) Advisory Council for Special Education, established under section 10-76i; (109)

(13) Repealed by June 30 Sp. Sess. P.A. 03-6, S. 248; (110)

(14) Repealed by June 30 Sp. Sess. P.A. 03-6, S. 248; (111)

(15) Repealed by P.A. 89-362, S. 4, 5; (112)

(16) Repealed by June Sp. Sess. P.A. 91-14, S. 28, 30; (113)

(17) Repealed by P.A. 90-230, S. 100, 101; (114)

(18) State Commission on Capitol Preservation and Restoration, established under section 4b-60; (115)

(19) Repealed by P.A. 90-230, S. 100, 101; and (116)

(20) Examining Board for Crane Operators, established under section 29-222. (117)

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. (118)(Text)

Sections 2c-2c to 2c-2g, inclusive, are repealed. (119)

Sec. 2c-3. Performance audits by Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee. (120)(Text)

The Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee, established by the provisions of section 2-53e, shall conduct a performance audit of each governmental entity and program scheduled for termination under section 2c-2b. The Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee shall complete its performance audit by January first of the year in which the governmental entity and program are scheduled for termination under section 2c-2b. In conducting the audit, the committee shall take into consideration, but not be limited to considering, the factors set forth in sections 2c-7 and 2c-8. The entities enumerated in section 2c-2b shall cooperate with the Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee in carrying out the purposes of sections 2c-1 to 2c-12, inclusive, and shall provide such information, books, records and documents as said committee may require to conduct its performance audit. Each governmental entity or program scheduled for termination pursuant to section 2c-2b shall provide at the request of the Program Review and Investigations Committee an analysis of its activities which specifically addresses the factors enumerated in sections 2c-7 and 2c-8. (121)

Sec. 2c-4. Report to General Assembly. (122)(Text)

The Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee shall submit to the General Assembly a written report on each governmental entity and program by January first of the year in which such entity and program are scheduled for termination. Such report shall specifically address the factors set forth in sections 2c-7 and 2c-8 and shall include recommendations regarding the abolition, reestablishment, modification or consolidation of such entity and program. On and after October 1, 1996, the report shall be submitted to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to state government organization and reorganization, structures and procedures, to any other joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance and, upon request, to any member of the General Assembly. A summary of the report shall be submitted to each member of the General Assembly if the summary is two pages or less and a notification of the report shall be submitted to each member if the summary is more than two pages. Submission shall be by mailing the report, summary or notification to the legislative address of each member of the committees or the General Assembly, as applicable. (123)

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