Want to go to a tanning salon? If you're under 18 you might need a doctor's note for that.
Want to visit daddy in prison? There's a proposal afoot that would require taxpayers to fund a child's transportation to visit a parent incarcerated in a Connecticut prison.
Now that you can buy booze on Sundays, why not go hunting as well? One state lawmaker wants to permit hunting on Sundays.
Those are just a few of the seemingly quirky and offbeat bills pending before Connecticut's General Assembly this legislative session, according to this rundown provided by the Hartford Courant.
Other proposals include bills to make the polka the state dance, mandate the teaching in public schools of the humane treatment of animals and require cell phones to carry warnings about how to safely use them.
This year's regular legislative session started last month and runs through May.