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The Judiciary Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly has considered the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act on seven occasions since 2002. It only made it out of committee once, in 2009, when it died on the House floor. Each bill had its problems, but so do the state’s present arbitration statutes, which have not been significantly updated since 1949. In the meantime, arbitration has moved on and become more popular. It’s time to fix the proposed bill and straighten out our statutes.

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