Connecticut is home to many hedge funds, and various proposals to oversee them are in discussion, according to Dow Jones.

Republican state Rep. John Stripp of Weston, Conn., proposed a bill that would require a hedge fund receiving more than $10 million from pension funds to report to the state’s banking commissioner within 30 days. Such reports would include the name of the pension fund, the names of its clients, the address of its manager, and the total amount of funds under management for each such pension fund. More and more pension funds are considering adding assets to hedge funds.

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