The 2010 regular session of the Connecticut General Assembly will convene on February 3. If you are interested in following a piece of legislation that is introduced in this session, you might find the General Assembly’s bill tracking service useful.
This free service will send you e-mail alerts whenever there is activity affecting any of the bills you designate. You can track individual bills, all bills introduced by a specific legislator or committee, or all bills co-sponsored by a specific legislator. The e-mails will include links to any bills that have a status change. For details on how to sign up for the service, go to the bill tracking help page.
To locate bills, go to the legislative search page. To find bills on a particular topic, use the Subject Index to Bills A-Z. You can either search for a topic or click on the letter that corresponds to the topic you are interested in. A report from the Office of Legislative Research summarizes the major issues likely to be covered by the General Assembly in the 2010 session.