It’s late March, which means that it’s too soon to predict which bills at the Connecticut General Assembly are going to have enough support for final passage, but not too soon to take a look at what is on the table.

By “on the table”, I mean bills that have been voted out of the Labor & Public Employees committee.  Before that happens, a lot of proposals are good for headlines but may never see the light of day.

But now that the Labor committee has finished up its work last week, the bills outlined below have been voted out of committee.  As we know from our Schoolhouse Rock songs, these bills still have a long way to go — other committees, the House, the Senate, the Governor — and that presumes a vote too.

Here are a few that are worth keeping an eye on:

The CBIA has done a full recap on the Labor & Public Employee Committee’s work here.