House of Representatives and Senate leaders say they’ll decide Monday if they’ll resurrect the bills that day following planned meetings with rank-and-file members.
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The bills that Malloy vetoed deal with affordable housing standards; a proposed thermal heating loop in Bridgeport; warranties for roofing, windows and siding materials; and a personal income and corporate tax write-off for homegrown agricultural products donated to food banks.
A two-thirds vote of the elected membership in the House and Senate is needed to repass a bill.
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Meanwhile, the House plans to vote Monday and the Senate July 31 on the state employee labor concession package. No date has been set for a budget vote.