The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (Commission) is the chief civil rights law enforcement agency for the State of Connecticut. Pursuant to CONN. GEN. STAT. § 46a-82e(b), the Commission must report the following information annually to the Judiciary Committee of the General Assembly and the Governor:
(1) The number of cases in the previous fiscal year that exceeded the time frame, including authorized extensions, set forth in subsection (g) of section 46a-83;
(2) the reasons for the failure to comply with the time frame;
(3) the number of actions brought pursuant to subsection (d) of this section1 and the results thereof; and
(4) the commission's recommendations for legislative action, if any, necessary for the commission to meet the statutory time frame.
The annual reports are prepared to provide the required information for submission to the Judiciary Committee of the General Assembly and to the Governor.