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Substitute Senate Bill No. 68

PUBLIC ACT NO. 96-185*

*(Revisors' note: See also P.A. 96-238, S. 13, 25.)

AN ACT CONCERNING THE BIRTH-TO-THREE PROGRAM.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 1. (NEW) As used in sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act: (1) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Mental Retardation. (2) "Council" means the State Interagency Birth-to-Three Coordinating Council established pursuant to section 8 of this act. (3) "Early intervention services" means early intervention services, as defined in 34 CFR Part 303.12, as amended from time to time. (4) "Eligible children" means children from birth to thirty-six months of age, who are not eligible for special education and related services pursuant to sections 10-76a to 10-76h, inclusive, of the general statutes, as amended, and who need early intervention services because such children are: (A) Experiencing a significant developmental delay as measured by standardized diagnostic instruments and procedures, including informed clinical opinion, in one or more of the following areas: (i) Cognitive development; (ii) physical development, including vision or hearing; (iii) communication development; (iv) social or emotional development; or (v) adaptive skills; or (B) Diagnosed as having a physical or mental condition that has a high probability of resulting in developmental delay. (5) "Evaluation" means a multidisciplinary professional, objective assessment conducted by appropriately qualified personnel in order to determine a child's eligibility for early intervention services. (6) "Individualized family service plan" means a written plan for providing early intervention services to an eligible child and the child's family. (7) "Lead agency" means the Department of Mental Retardation, the public agency responsible for the administration of the birth-to-three system in collaboration with the participating state agencies. (8) "Parent" means the child's parent or a person in a parental relationship to the child. With respect to a child who has no parent or person in a parental relationship, "parent" means the person designated to serve in a parental relationship for the purposes of sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act, pursuant to regulations of the Department of Mental Retardation, adopted in consultation with the Department of Children and Families, for children in foster care. (9) "Participating agencies" includes, but is not limited to, the Departments of Education, Social Services, Public Health, Children and Families and Mental Retardation, the Insurance Department, the Board of Education and Services for the Blind, the Commission on the Deaf and Hearing Impaired and the Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities. (10) "Qualified personnel" means persons who meet the standards specified in 34 CFR Part 303.12 (e), as amended from time to time, and who are licensed physicians or psychologists or persons holding a state-approved or recognized license, certificate, or registration in one or more of the following fields: (A) Special education, including teaching of the blind and the deaf; (B) speech and language pathology and audiology; (C) occupational therapy; (D) physical therapy; (E) social work; (F) nursing; (G) dietary or nutritional counseling; and (H) other fields designated by the commissioner that meet requirements that apply to the area in which the person is providing early intervention services, provided there is no conflict with existing professional licensing, certification and registration requirements. (11) "Region" means a region within the Department of Mental Retardation. (12) "Service coordinator" means a person carrying out service coordination, as defined in 34 CFR Part 303.22, as amended from time to time. Sec. 2. (NEW) (a) Effective July 1, 1996, the lead agency, in coordination with the participating agencies and in consultation with the council, shall establish and maintain a state-wide birth-to-three system of early intervention services pursuant to Part H of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 20 USC 1471 et seq., for eligible children and families of such children.

(b) The state-wide system shall include a system for compiling data on the number of eligible children in the state in need of appropriate early intervention services, the number of such eligible children and their families served, the types of services provided and other information as deemed necessary by the lead agency.

(c) The state-wide system shall include a comprehensive child-find system and public awareness program to ensure that eligible children are identified, located, referred to the system and evaluated. The following persons and entities, within two working days of identifying a child from birth to three years of age suspected of having a developmental delay or of being at risk of having a developmental delay, shall refer the parent of such child to the early intervention system unless the person knows the child has already been referred: (1) Hospitals; (2) child health care providers; (3) local school districts; (4) public health facilities; (5) early intervention service providers; (6) participating agencies; and (7) such other social service and health care agencies and providers as the commissioner specifies in regulation.

(d) The commissioner, in coordination with the participating state agencies and in consultation with the council, shall adopt regulations, pursuant to chapter 54 of the general statutes, to carry out the provisions of sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act.

Sec. 3. (NEW) (a) Each eligible child and his family shall receive (1) a multidisciplinary assessment of the child's unique needs and the identification of services appropriate to meet such needs, (2) a written individualized family service plan developed by a multidisciplinary team, including the parent, within forty-five days after the referral, and (3) review of the individualized family service plan with the family at least every six months, with evaluation of the individualized family service plan at least annually.

(b) The individualized family service plan shall be in writing and contain: (1) A statement of the child's present level of physical development, cognitive development, language and speech development and self-help skills, based on acceptable objective criteria; (2) a statement of the family's priority, resources and concerns relating to enhancing the development of the eligible child; (3) a statement of the major outcomes expected to be achieved for the child and the family and the criteria, procedures and timelines used to determine the degree to which progress toward achieving the outcomes are being made, and whether modifications or revisions of the outcomes are necessary; (4) a statement of specific early intervention services necessary to meet the unique needs of the eligible child and the family, including the frequency, intensity and the method of delivering services; (5) a statement of the natural environments in which the services shall be provided; (6) the projected dates for initiation of services and the anticipated duration of such services; (7) the name of the approved comprehensive service provider that will provide or procure the services specified in the individualized family service plan; (8) the name of the individual service coordinator from the profession most immediately relevant to the eligible child's or the family's needs who will be responsible for the implementation of the plan and coordination with the other agencies and providers or an otherwise qualified provider selected by a parent; and (9) the steps to be taken to support the transition of the child who is eligible for participation in preschool programs under Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act, 20 USC 1471 et seq., as appropriate.

(c) The individualized family service plan shall be developed in consultation with the child's pediatrician or primary care physician.

(d) On and after July 1, 1996, the parent of any child who received early intervention services, other than service coordination, from a provider prior to said date and remains eligible for such services may choose to have his child continue to receive the services from such provider.

(e) The lead agency may contract with providers to deliver early intervention services to eligible children and the families of such children, provided during the period from July 1, 1996, to June 30, 1997, inclusive, the agency shall, in cases where substantially equivalent proposals are submitted, give preferential consideration to contracting with regional educational service centers and local and regional boards of education that provided such services, including service coordination, prior to July 1, 1996. The lead agency in contracting for services shall monitor the expenditures for administrative services, excluding evaluation assessments, and shall justify in writing, on or before September 1, 1997, and annually thereafter, to the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and to public health, if such expenditure levels exceed twenty per cent of the contracted amount.

Sec. 4. (NEW) Procedural safeguards shall be the same as required under Part H of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 20 USC 1471 et seq.

Sec. 5. (NEW) (a) Subject to the provisions of this section, funds appropriated to the lead agency for purposes of sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act shall not be used to satisfy a financial commitment for services that would have been paid from another public or private source but for the enactment of said sections, except for federal funds available pursuant to Part H of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 20 USC 1471 et seq., except that whenever considered necessary to prevent the delay in the receipt of appropriate early intervention services by the eligible child or family in a timely fashion, funds provided under sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act may be used to pay the service provider pending reimbursement from the public or private source that has ultimate responsibility for the payment.

(b) Nothing in sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act shall be construed to permit the Department of Social Services or any other state agency to reduce medical assistance pursuant to chapters 319v of the general statutes or other assistance or services available to eligible children. Notwithstanding any other provisions of the general statutes, costs incurred for early intervention services that otherwise qualify as medical assistance that are furnished to an eligible child who is also eligible for benefits pursuant to chapter 319v of the general statutes shall be considered medical assistance for purposes of payments to providers and state reimbursement to the extent that federal financial participation is available for such services.

(c) Providers of early intervention services shall, in the first instance and where applicable, seek payment from all third-party payers prior to claiming payment from the birth-to-three system for services rendered to eligible children, provided, for the purpose of seeking payment from the Medicaid program or from other third-party payers as agreed upon by the provider, the obligation to seek payment shall not apply to a payment from a third-party payer who is not prohibited from applying such payment, and who will apply such payment, to an annual or lifetime limit specified in the third-party payer's policy or contract.

(d) The Commissioner of Mental Retardation, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Insurance Commissioner, shall adopt regulations, pursuant to chapter 54 of the general statutes, providing public reimbursement for deductibles and copayments imposed under an insurance policy or health benefit plan to the extent that such deductibles and copayments are applicable to early intervention services.

(e) The Commissioner of Mental Retardation shall establish a schedule of fees based on a sliding scale for early intervention services. The schedule of fees shall consider the cost of such services relative to the financial resources of the parents or legal guardians of eligible children. The Department of Mental Retardation may assign its right to collect fees to a designee or provider participating in the early intervention program and providing services to a recipient, in order to assist the provider in obtaining payment for such services. The commissioner may implement procedures for the collection of the schedule of fees while in the process of adopting such criteria in regulation provided the commissioner prints notice of intention to adopt the regulations in the Connecticut Law Journal within twenty days of implementing the policy. Such collection procedures and schedule of fees shall be valid until the time the final regulations are effective.

(f) The Commissioner of Mental Retardation shall develop and implement procedures to hold a recipient harmless for the impact of pursuit of payment for early intervention services against lifetime insurance limits.

(g) Notwithstanding any provision of title 38a of the general statutes relating to the permissible exclusion of payments for services under governmental programs, no such exclusion shall apply with respect to payments made pursuant to sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act. Except as provided in this subsection, nothing in this section shall increase or enhance coverages provided for within an insurance contract subject to the provisions of this act.

Sec. 6. (NEW) Every individual health insurance policy providing coverage of the type specified in subdivisions (1), (2), (4), (11) and (12) of section 38a-469 of the general statutes, delivered, issued for delivery or renewed in this state on or after July 1, 1996, shall provide coverage for at least five thousand dollars annually for medically necessary early intervention services provided as part of an individualized family service plan pursuant to section 3 of this act. No payment made under this subsection shall be applied by the insurer, health care center, or plan administrator against any maximum lifetime or annual limits specified in the policy or health benefits plan.

Sec. 7. (NEW) Every group health insurance policy providing coverage of the type specified in subdivisions (1), (2), (4), (11) and (12) of section 38a-469 of the general statutes, delivered, issued for delivery or renewed in this state on or after July 1, 1996, shall provide coverage for at least five thousand dollars annually for medically necessary early intervention services provided as part of an individualized family service plan pursuant to section 3 of this act. No payment made under this subsection shall be applied by the insurer, health care center or plan administrator against any maximum lifetime or annual limits specified in the policy or health benefits plan.

Sec. 8. (NEW) (a) The lead agency shall establish a State Interagency Birth-to-Three Coordinating Council and shall provide staff assistance and other resources to such council. The council shall consist of up to twenty-five members appointed by the Governor as follows: (1) Five parents, including minority parents, of children with disabilities twelve years of age or younger, with knowledge of, or experience with, programs for children from birth to thirty-six months of age with disabilities, at least one of whom shall be a parent of a child six years of age or younger, with a disability; (2) two members of the General Assembly at the time of their appointment, one of whom shall be designated by the speaker of the House of Representatives and one of whom shall be designated by the president pro tempore of the Senate; (3) one person involved in the training of personnel who provide early intervention services; (4) one person who is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics; (5) one person from each of the participating state agencies, who shall be designated by the commissioner or executive director of the agency and who have authority to engage in policy planning and implementation on behalf of the agency; and (6) five approved providers of early intervention services. The Governor shall designate the chair of the council who shall not be the designee of the lead agency.

(b) The Governor shall appoint one-third of the initial members for terms of one year, one-third of such members for terms of two years and one-third of such members for terms of three years. Upon the expiration of the terms of such initial members, all members shall be appointed for terms of three years.

(c) The council shall meet at least quarterly and shall provide public notice of its meetings, which shall be open and accessible to the general public. Special meetings may be called by the chairperson and shall be called at the request of the Commissioner of Mental Retardation.

(d) Council members who are parents of children with disabilities shall be reimbursed for reasonable and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties hereunder.

(e) The council shall: (1) Assist the lead agency in the effective performance of the lead agency's responsibilities under sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act, including identifying the sources of fiscal support for early intervention services and programs, assignment of financial responsibility to the appropriate agency, promotion of interagency agreements and preparing applications and amendments required pursuant to federal law; (2) advise and assist the commissioner and other participating agencies in the development of standards and procedures pursuant to sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act; (3) advise and assist the commissioner and the Commissioner of Education regarding the transition of children with disabilities to services provided under sections 10-76a to 10-76h, inclusive, the general statutes, as amended; (4) advise and assist the commissioner in identifying barriers that impede timely and effective service delivery, including advice and assistance with regard to interagency disputes; and (5) prepare and submit an annual report in accordance with section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the Governor and the General Assembly on the status of the birth-to-three system. At least thirty days prior to the commissioner's final approval of rules and regulations pursuant to sections 1 to 9, inclusive, of this act, other than emergency rules and regulations, the commissioner shall submit proposed rules and regulations to the council for its review. The council shall review all proposed rules and regulations and report its recommendations thereon to the commissioner within thirty days. The commissioner shall not act in a manner inconsistent with the recommendations of the council without first providing the reasons for such action. The council, upon a majority vote of its members, may require that an alternative approach to the proposed rules and regulations be published with a notice of the proposed rules and regulations pursuant to chapter 54 of the general statutes. When an alternative approach is published pursuant to this section, the commissioner shall state the reasons for not selecting such alternative approach.

Sec. 9. (NEW) (a) The commissioner shall establish at least one local interagency coordinating council in each region of the state. The council shall consist of at least four members who are parents of children aged birth to three with disabilities or of children aged three through twelve with disabilities. Each such council shall also include a representative from the medical community, at least three public or private providers of early intervention services, at least one child care provider or representative of child care providers, regional representatives of participating agencies, if appropriate, and a representative of at least one local public school district. The commissioner may waive one or more of the foregoing membership composition requirements in those regions where such requirements cannot reasonably be met.

(b) The local interagency coordinating council shall meet at least four times a year and shall advise the regional birth-to-three managers regarding: (1) The planning for delivery and assessment of the early intervention services for eligible children and their families, including the transition from early intervention services to services and programs under sections 10-76a to 10-76g, inclusive, of the general statutes, as amended, and other early childhood programs; (2) the identification of service delivery reforms needed to promote the availability of early intervention services within natural environments; (3) the identification of programs and services available to children who are determined not to be eligible for early intervention services; (4) the coordination of public and private agencies; and (5) such other matters relating to early intervention policies and procedures within the region as are brought to its attention by parents, providers, public agencies or others.

(c) The council shall report annually to the regional birth-to-three managers and the state interagency coordinating council on the adequacy of the birth-to-three system to ensure the availability of family-centered, coordinated services and interface with other existing planning bodies that serve like populations.

(d) Council members who are parents of children with disabilities shall be reimbursed for reasonable and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties.

Sec. 10. Section 10-94f of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

As used in sections 10-94f to 10-94k, inclusive:

(1) "Surrogate parent" shall mean the person appointed by the Commissioner of Education, as a child's advocate in the educational decision-making process [or early intervention services decision-making process] in place of the child's parents or guardian and such person shall be deemed to be an "other employee" for purposes of section 10-235 AS AMENDED; (2) "The educational decision-making process" shall include the identification, evaluation, placement, hearing, mediation and appeal procedures provided for in this chapter. [;] [(3) "Early intervention services decision-making process" includes the identification and evaluation of eligible children, development and implementation of the individualized family service plan, and hearing, mediation and appeal procedures in accordance with sections 10-91a to 10-91d, inclusive, and regulations adopted pursuant to section 10-91b.]

Sec. 11. Subsection (a) of section 10-94g of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) When in the opinion of the Commissioner of Education or a designee of said commissioner, a child may require special education [or a child may be eligible for services pursuant to sections 10-91a to 10-91d, inclusive,] and the parent or guardian of such child cannot be identified, the whereabouts of the parent cannot be discovered after reasonable efforts to locate the parent have been made or such child is a ward of the state, the commissioner or a designee of said commissioner shall appoint a surrogate parent who shall represent such child in the educational decision-making process. A surrogate parent may also be appointed if a parent or guardian of the child is unavailable to represent the child and the parent or guardian agrees or fails to object to the appointment after appropriate notice has been provided to the parent or guardian regarding such appointment. [In the case of a child who is or may be eligible for services pursuant to sections 10-91a to 10-91d, inclusive, the surrogate parent shall represent such child in all matters related to the provision of such services. Participating agencies and other agencies participating in the state-wide system of early intervention services pursuant to sections 10-91a to 10-91d, inclusive, may request the appointment of a surrogate parent in accordance with the provisions of this section.]

Sec. 12. Subsection (a) of section 17a-219b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) [Except as provided in sections 10-91a to 10-91d, inclusive, 10-94f and 10-94g and section 5 of public act 93-383, the] THE Department of Mental Retardation shall be responsible for the coordination of family support services for children with disabilities. The department shall, within available appropriations, promote state-wide availability of family support services.

Sec. 13. Subsection (a) of section 17a-219c of the general statutes, as amended by sections 12 and 21 of public act 95-257, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) There is established a Family Support Council to assist the Department of Mental Retardation and other state agencies that administer or fund family support services to act in concert and within available appropriations, to (1) establish a comprehensive, coordinated system of family support services, (2) use existing state and other resources efficiently and effectively as appropriate for such services, (3) identify and address, within available appropriations, services that are needed for families of children with disabilities, and (4) promote state-wide availability of such services. The council shall consist of twenty-four voting members including the Commissioners of Public Health, Mental Retardation, Children and Families, Education, Social Services or their designees, the executive director of the Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities, the chair of the Birth-to-Three Council, as established pursuant to sections [10-91a to 10-91d, inclusive, 10-94f, subsection (a) of section 10-94g and section 5 of public act 93-383,] 1 TO 9, INCLUSIVE, OF THIS ACT the executive director of the Commission on Children, and family members of children with disabilities. The family members shall comprise two-thirds of the council, and shall be appointed as follows: Six by the Governor, two by the president pro tempore of the Senate, two by the majority leader of the Senate, one by the minority leader of the Senate, two by the speaker of the House of Representatives, two by the majority leader of the House of Representatives and one by the minority leader of the House of Representatives. The initial appointments to the council shall be made on or before September 1, 1994. Members shall be appointed for a term of four years. Members shall be limited to two consecutive terms. The council shall meet at least quarterly, and shall select its own chairperson. The initial meeting of the council shall be convened before October 1, 1994. Council members shall serve without compensation, but shall be reimbursed for necessary expenses incurred. The costs of administering the council shall be within available appropriations in accordance with sections 17a-219a to 17a-219c, inclusive AS AMENDED.

Sec. 14. Section 19a-1c of the general statutes, as amended by section 68 of public act 95-264 and section 20 of public act 95-360, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) Whenever the words "Commissioner of Public Health and Addiction Services" are used or referred to in the following sections of the general statutes, the words "Commissioner of Public Health" shall be substituted in lieu thereof and whenever the words "Department of Public Health and Addiction Services" are used or referred to in the following sections of the general statutes, the words "Department of Public Health" shall be substituted in lieu thereof: 1-21b, 2-20a, 3-129, 4-5, 4-38c, 4-60i, 4-67e, 4a-12, 4a-16, 4a-51, 4a-68, 5-169, 7-22a, 7-41a, 7-42, 7-44, 7-45, 7-47a, 7-48, 7-49, 7-51, 7-52, 7-53, 7-54, 7-55, 7-56, 7-59, 7-60, 7-62a, 7-62b, 7-62c, 7-65, 7-70, 7-72, 7-73, 7-74, 7-127e, 7-504, 7-536, 8-159a, 8-206d, 8-210, 10-19, 10-71, 10-76d, [10-91a,] 10-203, 10-204a, 10-207, 10-212, 10-212a, 10-214, 10-215d, 10-253, 10-282, 10-284, 10-292, 10a-132, 10a-132b, 10a-132c, 10a-132d, 10a-155, 10a-162a, 12-62f, 12-263a, 12-407, 12-634, 13a-175b, 13a-175ee, 13b-38n, 14-227a, 14-227c, 15-121, 15-140r, 15-140u, 16-19z, 16-32e, 16-43, 16-50c, 16-50d, 16-50j, 16-261a, 16-262l, 16-262m, 16-262n, 16-262o, 16-262q, 16a-36, 16a-36a, 16a-103, 17-585, 17a-20, 17a-52, 17a-154, 17a-219c, 17a-220, 17a-277, 17a-509, 17b-6, 17b-99, 17b-225, 17b-234, 17b-265, 17b-288, 17b-340, 17b-341, 17b-347, 17b-350, 17b-351, 17b-354, 17b-357, 17b-358, 17b-406, 17b-408, 17b-420, 17b-552, 17b-611, 17b-733, 17b-737, 17b-740, 17b-748, 17b-803, 17b-808, 17b-851a, 19a-1d, 19a-4b, 19a-4i, 19a-6, 19a-6a, 19a-7b, 19a-7c, 19a-7d, 19a-7e, 19a-7f, 19a-7g, 19a-7h, 19a-9, 19a-10, 19a-13, 19a-14, 19a-14a, 19a-14b, 19a-15, 19a-17, 19a-17a, 19a-17m, 19a-17n, 19a-19, 19a-20, 19a-21, 19a-23, 19a-24, 19a-25, 19a-25a, 19a-26, 19a-27, 19a-28, 19a-29, 19a-29a, 19a-30, 19a-30a, 19a-32, 19a-32a, 19a-33, 19a-34, 19a-35, 19a-36, 19a-36a, 19a-37, 19a-37a, 19a-37b, 19a-40, 19a-41, 19a-42, 19a-43, 19a-44, 19a-45, 19a-47, 19a-48, 19a-49, 19a-50, 19a-51, 19a-52, 19a-53, 19a-54, 19a-55, 19a-57, 19a-58, 19a-59, 19a-59a, 19a-59b, 19a-59c, 19a-59d, 19a-60, 19a-61, 19a-69, 19a-70, 19a-71, 19a-72, 19a-73, 19a-74, 19a-75, 19a-76, 19a-79, 19a-80, 19a-82 to 19a-91, inclusive, 19a-92a, 19a-93, 19a-94, 19a-94a, 19a-102a, 19a-103, 19a-104, 19a-105, 19a-108, 19a-109, 19a-110, 19a-110a, 19a-111, 19a-111a, 19a-111e, 19a-112a, 19a-112b, 19a-112c, 19a-113, 19a-113a, 19a-115, 19a-116, 19a-121, 19a-121a, 19a-121b, 19a-121c, 19a-121d, 19a-121e, 19a-121f, 19a-122b, 19a-123d, 19a-124, 19a-125, 19a-126h 19a-145, 19a-148, 19a-148a, 19a-150, 19a-153, 19a-154, 19a-155, 19a-162, 19a-166, 19a-168b, 19a-168p, 19a-169e, 19a-175, 19a-176, 19a-178, 19a-179, 19a-180, 19a-181a, 19a-182, 19a-183, 19a-184, 19a-186, 19a-187, 19a-195a, 19a-200, 19a-201, 19a-202, 19a-204, 19a-207, 19a-208, 19a-215, 19a-219, 19a-221, 19a-223, 19a-229, 19a-241, 19a-242, 19a-243, 19a-244, 19a-245, 19a-250, 19a-252, 19a-253, 19a-255, 19a-257, 19a-262, 19a-269, 19a-270, 19a-270a, 19a-279l, 19a-310, 19a-311, 19a-312, 19a-313, 19a-320, 19a-323, 19a-329, 19a-330, 19a-331, 19a-332, 19a-332a, 19a-333, 19a-341, 19a-401, 19a-402, 19a-406, 19a-409, 19a-420, 19a-421, 19a-422, 19a-423, 19a-424, 19a-425, 19a-426, 19a-427, 19a-428, 19a-490, 19a-490c, 19a-490d, 19a-490e, 19a-490g, 19a-491, 19a-491a, 19a-491b, 19a-492, 19a-493, 19a-493a, 19a-494, 19a-494a, 19a-495, 19a-496, 19a-497, 19a-499, 19a-500, 19a-501, 19a-503, 19a-504, 19a-504c, 19a-505, 19a-506, 19a-507a, 19a-507b, 19a-507c, 19a-507d, 19a-508, 19a-509a, 19a-512, 19a-514, 19a-515, 19a-517, 19a-518, 19a-519, 19a-520, 19a-521, 19a-521a, 19a-523, 19a-524, 19a-526, 19a-527, 19a-528, 19a-530, 19a-531, 19a-533, 19a-534a, 19a-535, 19a-535a, 19a-536, 19a-537, 19a-538, 19a-540, 19a-542, 19a-547, 19a-550, 19a-551, 19a-554, 19a-581, 19a-582, 19a-584, 19a-586, 20-8, 20-8a, 20-9, 20-10, 20-11, 20-11a, 20-11b, 20-12, 20-12a, 20-13, 20-13a, 20-13b, 20-13d, 20-13e, 20-14, 20-14j, 20-17, 20-18, 20-18a, 20-18b, 20-20, 20-27, 20-28a, 20-28b, 20-29, 20-37, 20-39a, 20-40, 20-45, 20-54, 20-55, 20-57, 20-58a, 20-59, 20-66, 20-68, 20-70, 20-71, 20-73, 20-73a, 20-74, 20-74a, 20-74i, 20-74aa, 20-744d, 20-86b, 20-86c, 20-86d, 20-86f, 20-86h, 20-90, 20-92, 20-93, 20-94, 20-94a, 20-96, 20-97, 20-99, 20-99a, 20-101a, 20-102aa to 20-102ee, inclusive, 20-103a, 20-106, 20-107, 20-108, 20-109, 20-110, 20-114, 20-122a, 20-122b, 20-122c, 20-123a, 20-126h, 20-126j, 20-126k, 20-126l, 20-126o, 20-126p, 20-126q, 20-126r, 20-126u, 20-126v, 20-127, 20-128a, 20-129, 20-130, 20-133, 20-138a, 20-138c, 20-139a, 20-140a, 20-141, 20-143, 20-146, 20-146a, 20-149, 20-153, 20-154, 20-162n, 20-162p, 20-188, 20-189, 20-190, 20-192, 20-193, 20-195a, 20-195m, 20-195p, 20-196, 20-198, 20-199, 20-200, 20-202, 20-206, 20-206a, 20-206m, 20-206p, 20-207, 20-211, 20-212, 20-213, 20-214, 20-217, 20-218, 20-220, 20-221, 20-222, 20-222a, 20-223, 20-224, 20-226, 20-227, 20-228, 20-229, 20-231, 20-235a, 20-236, 20-238, 20-241, 20-242, 20-243, 20-247, 20-250, 20-252, 20-252a, 20-255a, 20-256, 20-258, 20-262, 20-263, 20-267, 20-268, 20-269, 20-271, 20-272, 20-341d, 20-341e, 20-341f, 20-341g, 20-341m, 20-358, 20-361, 20-365, 20-396, 20-402, 20-404, 20-406, 20-408, 20-416, 20-474 to 20-476, inclusive, 20-571, 20-578, 21-7, 21a-11, 21a-86a, 21a-86c, 21a-116, 21a-138, 21a-150, 21a-150a, 21a-150b, 21a-150c, 21a-150d, 21a-150f, 21a-150j, 21a-240, 21a-249, 21a-260, 21a-274, 21a-283, 22-6f, 22-6g, 22-6i, 22-131, 22-150, 22-152, 22-165, 22-332b, 22-344, 22-358, 22-417, 22a-29, 22a-54, 22a-65, 22a-66a, 22a-66l, 22a-66z, 22a-115, 22a-119, 22a-134g, 22a-134bb, 22a-137, 22a-163a, 22a-163i, 22a-176, 22a-191, 22a-192, 22a-208q, 22a-231, 22a-240, 22a-240a, 22a-295, 22a-300, 22a-308, 22a-337, 22a-352, 22a-354i, 22a-354k, 22a-354w, 22a-354x, 22a-354aa, 22a-355, 22a-356, 22a-358, 22a-361, 22a-363b, 22a-371, 22a-378, 22a-423, 22a-424, 22a-426, 22a-430, 22a-434a, 22a-449i, 22a-471, 22a-474, 22a-601, 25-32, 25-32b, 25-32c, 25-32d, 25-32e, 25-32f, 25-32g, 25-32h, 25-32i, 25-32k, 25-32l, 25-33, 25-33a, 25-33c, 25-33d, 25-33e, 25-33f, 25-33g, 25-33h, 25-33i, 25-33j, 25-33k, 25-33l, 25-33n, 25-34, 25-35, 25-36, 25-37a, 25-37b, 25-37c, 25-37d, 25-37e, 25-37f, 25-37g, 25-39a, 25-39b, 25-39c, 25-40, 25-43b, 25-43c, 25-46, 25-49, 25-1024g, 25-128, 25-129, 25-137, 26-22, 26-119, 26-141b, 26-192a, 26-192b, 26-192c, 26-192e, 26-236, 27-140aa, 31-23, 31-40u, 31-51u, 31-101, 31-106, 31-111a, 31-111b, 31-121a, 31-222, 31-374, 31-397, 31-398, 31-400, 31-401, 31-402, 31-403, 32-23x, 38a-180, 38a-199, 38a-214, 38a-514, 38a-539, 38a-583, 45a-743, 45a-745, 45a-749, 45a-750, 45a-757, 46a-28, 46a-126, 46b-26, 46b-68, 46b-172a, 47a-52, 52-146f, 52-146k, 52-473a, 52-557b, 53-332, 54-102a, 54-102b, 54-142k, 54-203.

Sec. 15. Sections 10-91a to 10-91e, inclusive, of the general statutes, are repealed.

Sec. 16. This act shall take effect July 1, 1996.

Approved June 6, 1996. Effective July 1, 1996.

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