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Legislative leaders say pace is typical

Sen. Donald Williams  (Photo by Christine Stuart)
Sen. Donald Williams (Photo by Christine Stuart)

HARTFORD, Conn. –Through Tuesday the House had sent 134 of its bills to the Senate and the Senate had sent more than 98 bills to the House, but the Senate only forwarded two of those bills to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. Meanwhile, the House has forwarded 11 bills to Malloy.

That means a total of 13 bills have passed both chambers.

Yes, both chambers are controlled by Democrats, but the unevenness and pace of business had some speculating there was still tension between House Speaker Brendan Sharkey and Senate President Donald Williams.

The two differed early this year on a bill that would have banned genetically-modified grass.

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