Lamont to sign bills on computer science curriculum, DMV visits

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Governor Ned Lamont is getting ready to ink a list of bills now that the session is over. 

One of them would expand online learning at public schools ranging from kindergarten to first grade.

It will create a statewide computer science curriculum by next year, and would go into effect by 2022. 

Another bill will keep you from having to wait in line at the DMV as often.

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There’s new legislation that requires you to only renew your driver’s license every eight years, instead of six. 

The bill also extends the length of time between registration renewals from two years to three years.

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