While searching this data, you will notice that some categories are different or missing for certain years. This is due to the fact that Connecticut’s legislative process and its corresponding terminology have changed over the years. Many sources like House and Senate Journals and Bulletins were consulted when compiling this data. Please be aware that there may be inaccuracies we are unaware of due to the wide span of years involved along with human error.
Connecticut Law Tribune eBooks
Trial access to the following eBooks published by the Connecticut Law Tribune:
A comprehensive listing of sources for current information on business firms and industries. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industrial Code (SIC) Cross-Reference Tables are included for users who wish to approach their topic based on the Department of Labor’s standardized list of business codes.
Includes primary law from all 50 states as well as treatise libraries on elder law, employment law, estate planning, evidence law, family law, insurance law, personal injury law, real estate law, remedies, and more.
Provides an overall view of some of the most sought-after and controversial legal topics in the United States. Allows users to make state-by-state comparisons of current state laws, browse laws either by category or by topic, and view laws as they appear in the current 2015 edition of National Survey of State Laws as compared to the two previous editions in 2008 and 2005.