Connecticut lawmakers aren't done yet.
Despite Wednesday's adjournment of the regular legislative session, lawmakers are expected to return to the Capitol, possibly in about two weeks, to finish voting on several bills including two that spell out details of the two-year, $40.3 billion Democratic budget.
Those bills could include other legislation that didn't pass in the regular session, including a proposal to fund police body cameras.
Besides the budget implementation bills, the special session call lists several other bills that will be considered. They include Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's so-called Second Chance Society legislation, which reclassifies drug possession as a misdemeanor, among other changes.
The state bonding package and legislation conveying certain parcels of state land are also on the agenda.
The date of the session hasn't been set.
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