House of Representatives and Senate leaders went into session Monday to see if they'll resurrect the bills.
The bills that Malloy vetoed deal with affordable housing standards; a proposed thermal heating loop in Bridgeport; warranties for roofing, windows and siding materials; and a personal income and corporate tax write-off for homegrown agricultural products donated to food banks.
A two-thirds vote of the elected membership in the House and Senate is needed to override a veto a bill.
Meanwhile, the House plans to vote Monday on the state employee labor concession package. The Senate will take it up on July 31. No date has been set for a budget vote.
The SEBAC deal between state labor and the Governor is projected to save the state more than $20 billion over the next 20 years as well as $1.5 billion over the short term. Critics say the deal doesn't go far enough to promote long term savings.
No vote on a possible budget is scheduled as of yet.
The fiscal year expired on June 30.