The Connecticut General Assembly failed to pass comprehensive privacy law during a special legislative session called by Gov. Ned Lamont, D-Conn. The Connecticut Senate voted 23-7 Tuesday to pass a budget implementer bill, Senate Bill 1202, that included provisions for comprehensive privacy legislation the assembly was working on before the regular legislative session closed June 9. On Wednesday, the Connecticut House struck the privacy provisions from SB 1202 before passing the implementer 89-50. Lawmakers indicated they will bring back the privacy bill during the 2022 legislative session.
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