Connecticut Laws - Title 46a Human Rights
Sec. 46a-78. (Formerly Sec. 4-61k). Annual agency reports to Governor. Review by commission.

Sec. 46a-78. (Formerly Sec. 4-61k). Annual agency reports to Governor. Review by commission. (501)(1-click HTML)

(a) All departments, agencies, commissions and other bodies of the state government shall include in their annual report to the Governor, activities undertaken in the past year to effectuate sections 46a-70 to 46a-78, inclusive. (502)

(b) Such reports shall cover both internal activities and external relations with the public or with other state agencies and shall contain other information as specifically requested by the Governor. (503)

(c) The information in the annual reports required under the provisions of this section shall be reviewed by the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities for the purpose of monitoring compliance with the provisions of sections 46a-70 to 46a-78, inclusive. (504)


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