Connecticut AI regulation bill crumbles amid Gov’s veto threat

Maroney said he plans to introduce a ‘better bill’ with a ‘bigger coalition’ next year.
Connecticut state Sen. James Maroney (D) (Photo courtesy of Connecticut Senate Democrats)

A comprehensive artificial intelligence regulation bill in Connecticut died Tuesday after Gov. Ned Lamont (D) said he would veto it if it made it to his desk.

The Colorado House advanced a similar bill on second reading Tuesday night after previously clearing the Senate. Both legislatures are scheduled to adjourn Wednesday.

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