Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee, Connecticut General Assembly

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The Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee is a Joint standing committee of the Connecticut General Assembly and contains members of the Senate and the House. In the Connecticut Legislature, there are no separate chamber committees.

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Per each chamber's rules, committees of the Connecticut General Assembly are assigned by the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House. Committees are assigned at the start of each term.[1][2] A majority of appointed members make up a committee's quorum.[3] Neither the President nor the Speaker is recognized as an "ex officio" member of any committee.

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A committee on FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING that shall have cognizance of all matters relating to (A) the Department of Revenue Services, and (B) finance, revenue, capital bonding and taxation. Any bill or resolution favorably reported by another committee relating to finance, revenue, capital bonding, taxation, employer contributions for unemployment compensation purposes, all matters relating to the Department of Revenue Services and the revenue aspects of the Gaming Division within the Department of Consumer Protection shall be referred to the committee, provided the committee's consideration shall be limited to the financial provisions and purposes of such bill or resolution, such as finance, revenue, bonding, taxation and fees, and shall not extend to the other substantive provisions or purposes, except to the extent that such other provisions or purposes relate to the financial provisions of such bills or resolutions.[4][5]


2015 legislative session

The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2015 legislative session.

Finance, Revenue and Bonding Members, 2015
Democratic members (29)Republican members (20)
John Fonfara, ChairScott Frantz, Ranking Member
Jeffrey Berger, ChairChristopher Davis, Ranking Member
Roland J. Lemar, Vice-chairEric C. Berthel
Carlo Leone, Vice-chairAntonietta Boucher
Hilda E. Santiago, Vice-chairAundre Bumgardner
James AlbisVincent Candelora
David AlexanderDan Carter
Emil AltobelloLaura Devlin
Angel ArceLivvy Floren
Elizabeth A. BoukusJohn Frey
Paul BryckiLaura Hoydick
Larry ButlerMichael McLachlan
Steve CassanoJason Perillo
Eric ColemanJohn Piscopo
Michael C. D'AgostinoRosa Rebimbas
Dan FoxDavid Rutigliano
John HennessyJohn J. Shaban
Rick LopesPrasad Srinivasan
Marilyn MooreTerrie Wood
Russell MorinDave Yaccarino
Mary Mushinsky
Lonnie Reed
Jason Rojas
Bobby Sanchez
Charlie Stallworth
Jonathan Steinberg
Joe Verrengia
Gary Holder-Winfield
David Zoni


The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.



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