Conn. senator plans to reintroduce AI regulation bill in ‘25

James Maroney aims to revise and resubmit the sweeping legislation after a veto threat killed it this year.
Connecticut state Sen. James Maroney (D) (Photo courtesy of Connecticut Senate Democrats)

One of the leaders in artificial intelligence policy in the states says he is preparing to reintroduce a comprehensive regulation bill in 2025 after coming up short last month.

“It will be similar to data privacy — that with more work we’ll get it across the finish line next year,” Connecticut Sen. James Maroney (D) said in an interview, referring to his previous multi-year effort to pass consumer data privacy legislation.

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