Besides paid and family medical leave talks, other issues still in play before end of session


There are still some decisions that need to be made before the legislative session comes to a close.

The house is still deciding whether to vote on a plan for paid family and medical leave. Governor Lamont has threatened to veto that bill as it stands. 

Related: State leaders working to reach compromise over paid family medical leave bill

A two year, $20 billion state budget is unresolved with a June 5 deadline.

Tolls will be taken up in special session and momentum is stalled on three bills that pave the way toward a recreational marijuana program in the state.

Related: Opponents highlight dangers of marijuana legalization


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