Christine Stuart of CTNewsJunkie.com reports that the Paid Family & Medical Leave bill approved by the Senate last week remains in limbo in the House. The problem is that Gov. Ned Lamont has not provided specifics for changes to the bill, which he said he would veto in its current form.
You can read the story here. You can read the bill, as passed by the Senate, here.
Meanwhile, the Public Option Bill (HB 7267), which would create a Connecticut version of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), appears to be dead ... for now.
You can read CTNewsJunkie.com's story about that here.