We're still analyzing what the General Assembly did during the 2019 session, and will pass along a summary of the new bills soon. Gov. Lamont's office is still reviewing legislation that was approved by both the House and Senate, but is not expected to veto any of them.
What is certain is that there will be at least two special sessions, one to deal with bonding issues and another to address tolls and economic development. Exactly when those sessions will be held is unclear.
For an early look at the results of the regular session, which ended June 5, you can read these summaries:
Republican-American summary is here.
CT Post summary is here.
Courant analysis is here.
The Connecticut Business & Industry Association's summary is here.