Updates the nomination process for the Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame.
Clarifies a section of Public Act 16-64, specifically regarding fees for state marshals and other professionals.
Directs the Department of Administrative Services, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, and the Insurance Department to work with the State Building Inspector to ensure that the next revision to the State Building Code contains standards that increase the resiliency of new and renovated homes and buildings.
Directs all state agencies, departments, boards and commissions, the University of Connecticut and the Board of Regents to immediately review all requests for state-funded or state-sponsored travel to North Carolina and bar any such publicly funded travel unless necessary for the enforceent of state law, to meet contractual obligations or for the protection of public health, welfare and safety.
Establishes the Certificate of Need Taskforce to review of Connecticut’s laws and regulations surrounding processes on the establishment, termination, transfer, acquisition, and expansion of hospitals and medical service providers.
Establishes the State Agencies Fostering Resilience Council ("SAFR Council"), which is responsible for strengthening the state’s resiliency from extreme weather events.
Ends the declaration of civil preparedness emergency signed on January 26, 2015, and rescinds Governor Malloy's Executive Order No. 43 and 44.
Mandates disclosure of gifts to public employees and campaign contributions to candidates for statewide public office or the General Assembly for state contracts valued at more than $50,000.
Orders and directs all executive orders issued by previous governors repealed in their entirety, with the exception of ones outlined in the order, and directs all currently active executive orders to be published electronically on the Governor's website.
Establishes the Governor's Council on Climate Change to ensure that the state achieves its greenhouse gas emission targets.
Pursuant to Governor Malloy's Executive Orders No. 47 and 49, all executive orders issued under previous administrations are repealed in their entirety, with the exception of the executive orders set forth below, which shall remain in full force and effect until otherwise repealed, amended or superseded: