The Connecticut General Assembly’s website (cga.ct.gov) came back up for public use around 7:30 p.m. on Monday after having been down since Sunday.
The site’s firewall went offline for an unknown reason. Information technology specialists worked through the day Monday to get it back up and running.
A specialist told CTNewsJunkie that the internal site was still working throughout the outage on the public-facing portion of the website, but they were focused on diagnosing the problem with the firewall as of 11:30 a.m. Monday.
Based on data from CTNewsJunkie’s Bills.CTNewsJunkie.com app – which pulls in legislative data in order to provide the public with the opportunity to vote and comment on specific bills – at least 13 bills had been filed in advance of Feb. 18, but no details are available aside from the title of each bill:
- SB 130: An Act Concerning Funding For Suicide Prevention Organizations
- HB 5160: An Act Requiring The Payment Of A Reward To Patricia “Pidgie” D’Allessio
- HB 5168: An Act Authorizing Sports Wagering In The State
- SB 131: An Act Concerning The Development Of A Connecticut Industrial History Trail
- HB 5164: An Act Authorizing Bonds Of The State For The Development Of The Waterbury Rail Line
- HB 5162: An Act Requiring The Establishment Of The Learn Here, Live Here Program
- HB 5165: An Act Increasing Funding Available To Homeowners Through The Healthy Homes Fund
- SB 132: An Act Concerning A State Ecotourism Map
- HB 5161: An Act Concerning The Members And Duties Of The State Historic Preservation Board
- HB 5167: An Act Concerning Studies Of The Effect Of Legalized Gambling
- SB 133: An Act Concerning Regional Tourism Districts
- HB 5163: An Act Eliminating Certain Inactive Advisory Groups
- HB 5166: An Act Concerning Payment In Lieu Of Taxes