The state legislature isn't scheduled to open for its 2020 "short session" (so-called because it's only supposed to be 3-months long) until Wednesday, Feb. 5.
But with Gov. Ned Lamont still trying to wrangle a vote on tolls, you can expect a special session to be held right before the official session begins.
To that end, Democrats have developed a draft bill; you can read that here. They plan to hold a public hearing on the draft legislation on Friday. Here's more on that, and how to register to testify, from Sen. Len Fasano, the Senate minority leader:
The hearing will be held Friday, Jan. 31, starting at 1 p.m. You can testify by going to the hearing, but you can also submit testimony online.
To testify in Hartford:
To submit testimony online:
What we don't know:
If you want to learn more about the Republican transportation plan, you can learn more at www.ctsenaterepublicans.com/FASTRCT.