‘On fire’: CT insurance committee passes no bill in 2024

The deadline for the Insurance and Real Estate Committee to advance the bills passed Thursday and members did not vote on the legislation this session, an unusual move that drew concern and criticism from committee members and legislative leaders.

You never want to see a committee get to this point. Obviously, we need to figure out what happened and how to prevent it in the future, said House Speaker Matthew Ritter, D-Hartford. There is the guilt of turning around. There are many strong personalities on this committee, and I think everyone shares the blame for what happened here.

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