Online Regulation Sites:
These sites provide unofficial electronic versions of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, or portions thereof.
2. With a Connecticut State Library card, Connecticut residents can remotely access LexisNexis State Capital, a searchable online database of legal resources including Connecticut state agency regulations.
Please note: Connecticut State Library cards are available only to Connecticut state employees, Connecticut residents, and students at colleges and universities in Connecticut. For information about getting a library card from the Connecticut State Library, click here.
3. The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) publishes the Connecticut Public Health Code and pending public health-related regulations on the DPH website.
4. In addition, many other Connecticut state agencies have posted unofficial copies of their current and pending regulations on their agency websites. A list of state agency websites is available at www.ct.gov.
5. Connecticut Bar Association members have free access to a searchable database of Connecticut state agency regulations through the Association’s website, www.ctbar.org (see the "Access Casemaker®" link)
6. The Connecticut State Library subscribes to Westlaw, an online legal research service with enhanced search capabilities. Westlaw includes the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies and is available to the public for personal use only at the Connecticut State Library, 231 Capitol Avenue, Hartford CT. Remote access is not available.
Please note: the State Library is closed to the public on Sundays and Mondays. For Tuesday through Friday and Saturday hours, please check the Library's website at www.cslib.org.
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