Colorado Capitol Watch
border Logo hdr_right_bottom

Bill Tracker

based on: Profile: CSFC

 
 
Loading... Please Wait
You have 13 bills in your selected Profile
download download to spreadsheet
download download to doc

Notes about this profile:


Bill: HB18-1070
Title: Additional Public School Capital Construction Funding
Official Summary

Currently, the first $40 million of retail marijuana excise tax
revenue annually collected is credited to the public school capital
construction assistance fund (assistance fund) for purposes of the
Building Excellent Schools Today Act (BEST) and the remainder of the
revenue is credited to the state public school fund. For state fiscal years
commencing on and after July 1, 2018, sections 1 and 3 of the bill
increase the amount of retail marijuana excise tax revenue credited to the
assistance fund to the greater of 90% of the revenue annually collected or
the first $40 million of such revenue. The remainder of the revenue
continues to be credited to the state public school fund. Section 2
increases the maximum total annual amount of lease payments on BEST
lease-purchase agreements authorized to be paid with both state money
and local matching money to $110 million for the 2018-19 fiscal year and
$120 million for the 2019-20 fiscal year and for each fiscal year
thereafter.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (05/30/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/10/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning an increase in the amount of financial assistance that can be provided for public school capital construction under the 'Building Excellent Schools Today Act', and, in connection therewith, increasing the amount of retail marijuana excise tax revenue that is credited to the public school capital construction assistance fund and increasing the maximum total amount of annual lease payments authorized for lease-purchase agreements entered into under the act.

House SponsorsD. Young (D)
C. Wist (R)
Senate SponsorsR. Scott (R)
R. Zenzinger (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeEducation
Senate CommitteeEducation
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (06/22/2018)
Position

Bill: HB18-1076
Title: Peace Officers Standards and Training Board Revoke Certification For Untruthful Statement
Official Summary

The bill requires the peace officers standards and training board
(P.O.S.T. board), which certifies peace officers, to revoke the
certification of a peace officer if:
  • The P.O.S.T. board receives notification from a law
enforcement agency that employs or employed the peace

officer that the peace officer made an untruthful statement
or omitted a material fact on an official law enforcement
document or while testifying at an official judicial
proceeding or during an internal affairs investigation; and
  • Either the law enforcement agency or a panel of the
P.O.S.T. board reached a determination on the matter after
completing an administrative process.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on Appropriations Postpone Indefinitely (05/09/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/17/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning the P.O.S.T. board revoking the certification of a peace officer who is found to have made an untruthful statement.

House SponsorsJ. Salazar (D)
Senate SponsorsD. Coram (R)
D. Moreno (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeJudiciary
Senate CommitteeAppropriations
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (06/21/2018)
Position

Bill: HB18-1181
Title: Nonresident Electors And Special Districts
Official Summary


Section 1 of the bill expands the definition of eligible elector, as
used in reference of persons voting in special district elections, to include
a person who owns, or whose spouse or civil union partner owns, taxable
real or personal property situated within the boundaries of the special
district or the area to be included in the special district and who has
satisfied all other requirements in the bill for registering to vote in an
election of a special district but who is not a resident of the state.
Section 2 prohibits a person from voting in a special district
election unless that person is an eligible elector as defined by the bill. The
section also requires any person desiring to vote at any election as an
eligible elector to sign a self-affirmation that the person is an elector of
the special district. The bill specifies the form the affirmation must take.
Section 3 specifies procedures by which the eligible elector
becomes registered to be able to vote in the special district election. This
section also contains an affirmation to be executed by the voter upon
completing his or her application for registration.
A person who is designated as an eligible elector in accordance
with the bill is only permitted to vote in an election of the special district
with which the person has registered and for a candidate for the board of
directors of the special district (board) who is listed on the ballot of the
special district with which the elector is registered. A person who is
designated as an eligible elector in accordance with the bill is only
permitted to vote for candidates for the board and is not authorized to
vote for any other candidates or ballot issues or ballot questions that may
appear on the regular ballot of the special district.
The form used to register an eligible elector under this section
must contain a question asking the elector to confirm that he or she
desires to receive a ballot from the special district. Unless the elector has
executed the form to indicate that he or she desires to receive a ballot
from the special district, the designated election official is not required to
send a ballot to the elector. The special district is solely responsible for
maintaining the list of nonresident owners of property within the special
district who are eligible to vote in an election of the special district.
Section 4 authorizes each special district board to select, in an
exercise of its own discretion and by majority vote of the board's voting
members, one or more additional board members, each of whom shall
serve as a nonvoting member of the board. A member of the board
appointed for this purpose must be a person who is a nonresident of the
state of Colorado but is otherwise eligible to cast a ballot in elections of
the special district in accordance with the bill. A board with 3 members
may appoint no more than one nonvoting member of the board. A board
with 5 members may appoint no more than 2 nonvoting members of the
board. The term of such board members is 4 years subject to renewal of
one or more additional 4-year terms in the discretion of a majority of the
voting members of the board. Any board member appointed for this
purpose may be removed for cause at any time by a majority of the voting
members of the board.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Vetoed (06/01/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date02/02/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning measures to expand the ability of nonresident electors to participate in the governance of special districts, and, in connection therewith, allowing nonresident electors who own taxable property within the special district to vote in special district elections and allowing such electors to serve on special district boards in a nonvoting capacity.

House SponsorsL. Liston (R)
Senate SponsorsJ. Tate (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeState, Veterans, & Military Affairs
Senate CommitteeState, Veterans, and Military Affairs
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (04/12/2018)
Position

Bill: HB18-1184
Title: Create Next Generation 911 Board
Official Summary

The bill creates the Colorado next generation 911 board (board) in
the division of homeland security and emergency management within the
department of public safety. The board's purpose is to lead the planning
for, implementation of, and transition to a sustainable next generation 911
service. The board is required to:
  • Commission a study to assist in formulating a next

generation 911 plan. The study must address business
requirements for the transition, gaps and vulnerabilities,
potential funding mechanisms, challenges to
implementation, current and emerging technologies, and
opportunities to save costs by using existing network
facilities.
  • Develop a next generation 911 plan. The plan must address
coordination and timing for implementation, maintenance
and funding of the current 911 service through the
transition period, services to ensure that the access and
functional needs population has access to next generation
911, rapid deployment, a testing plan and timeline,
contingency plans, a governance plan, and end-user
training and implementation.
  • Assist with next generation 911 implementation and
transition oversight, coordinate outreach and education
initiatives related to the next generation 911 plan,
coordinate and facilitate stakeholder outreach, identify
costs and funding opportunities for the transition to next
generation 911, and collect and report on progress
measurements.
The board has the authority to seek and accept gifts, grants, and
donations and to contract with private or public entities to accomplish its
purposes. The bill specifies that the board does not have regulatory
authority over basic emergency service or other areas under the public
utilities commission and does not supersede local control of 911
operations.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (05/29/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date02/02/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning the creation of the Colorado next generation 911 board in the department of public safety.

House SponsorsP. Lawrence (R)
T. Exum Sr. (D)
Senate SponsorsI. Aguilar (D)
R. Gardner (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeBusiness Affairs & Labor
Senate CommitteeFinance
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (07/10/2018)
Position

Bill: HB18-1268
Title: Recall Petition Election Special District Director
Official Summary

The bill establishes procedures to govern the recall of a director of
a special district.
Section 4 of the bill requires the county clerk and recorder of the
appropriate county to appoint a designated election official (DEO) to
oversee the recall election. The director and the director's spouse or civil
union partner cannot serve as the DEO.

The bill requires that recall petitions must be approved as to form
by the DEO before being circulated. To be approved, a petition must
designate a committee to represent the signers, must name only one
director, and must include a brief statement of the grounds for the recall.
It must also provide certain warnings to electors concerning their
eligibility to sign.
Section 5 requires that signed petitions be filed with the DEO
within 60 days after their form has been approved. Signed petitions must
include a signed and notarized affidavit from the circulator attesting to the
circulator's compliance with the requirements of the law. Once a signed
petition is filed, the DEO is required to review the petition and issue a
written determination that the petition is sufficient or not sufficient within
5 business days, unless a protest is filed before that date.
An eligible elector may file a protest of a recall petition within 15
days after a petition is filed. In the case of a protest, a hearing is required
and the DEO is the hearing officer. The hearing officer is required to
issue a determination that the petition is sufficient or not sufficient within
15 days after the conclusion of the hearing.
If a petition is determined not sufficient, the committee
representing the electors may withdraw, amend, and refile it within 15
days. A petition can only be withdrawn and refiled once.
A determination that a petition is sufficient or not sufficient is
subject to judicial review on request by the director, the director's
representative, or a majority of the committee representing the electors,
but judicial review cannot include the statement of the grounds on which
the recall is sought.
If a petition is determined sufficient, the board of the special
district must set a date for the recall election, and determine whether the
election will take place at the polling place or by mail ballot. If a regular
special district election is to be held within 180 days after the date on
which the board orders the recall election, the recall election must be held
as part of the regular election. If the director is seeking reelection at that
regular election, only the question of his or her reelection appears on the
ballot. If the director's successor is to be chosen at that regular election,
and the director is not seeking reelection, only the selection of the
successor appears on the ballot. The recall election may also be held as
part of a coordinated election if the information required for the ballot is
determined within the deadline, and the county clerk and recorder agrees.
Section 6 provides that if the director resigns in writing prior to
the election, the recall proceedings are terminated and the office is filled
as a vacancy. The ballot for a recall election must include the statement
of grounds for the recall that was included in the petition. The director
may file a statement in support of his or her retention, which must also be
included on the ballot if it is timely filed. The ballot must also include the
names of candidates nominated to fill the office if the director is recalled.
If an incumbent is not recalled, or if a recall petition is deemed not
sufficient, section 7 authorizes the special district to reimburse the
director for reasonable expenses. Under section 10, the special district
must pay the costs of the county clerk and recorder and the DEO for the
recall election.
Section 8 provides that after one recall election that does not recall
the director, any subsequent recall petition must be signed by more than
50% of the eligible electors to be sufficient. Section 11 makes a
conforming amendment to the Uniform Election Code of 1992.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (05/04/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date03/06/2018
CCW Summary Concerning the procedures to recall a director of a special district.

 

House SponsorsM. Gray (D)
Senate SponsorsR. Gardner (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeState, Veterans, & Military Affairs
Senate CommitteeState, Veterans, and Military Affairs
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/20/2018)
Position

Bill: HB18-1314
Title: Drone Interference With Public Safety Operations
Official Summary

The bill creates the new criminal offense of obstructing a peace
officer, firefighter, emergency medical service provider, rescue specialist,
or volunteer with an unmanned aircraft system. A person commits the
offense when he or she operates an unmanned aircraft system in a manner
that violates one or more safety requirements and obstructs, impairs, or
hinders:

  • A peace officer acting under color of his or her official
authority;
  • A firefighter acting under color of his or her official
authority;
  • An emergency medical service provider or rescue specialist
acting under color of his or her official authority; or
  • The administration of emergency care or emergency
assistance by a volunteer, acting in good faith to render
such care or assistance without compensation at the place
of an emergency or accident.
Obstructing a peace officer, firefighter, emergency medical service
provider, rescue specialist, or volunteer with an unmanned aircraft system
is a class 2 misdemeanor.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (06/06/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date03/22/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning prohibiting the use of unmanned aircraft systems to obstruct public safety operations.

House SponsorsJ. Ginal (D)
P. Lawrence (R)
Senate SponsorsJ. Cooke (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeJudiciary
Senate CommitteeJudiciary
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (04/04/2018)
Position

Bill: HB18-1376
Title: Regulate Residential Services And Supports Providers
Official Summary

The bill defines in statute an individual residential services and
supports provider (individual provider) as an individual who provides
residential services and supports in his or her home to one or more
persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities who receive
comprehensive services and who are not related to the individual

provider. The bill grants authority to the department of health care policy
and financing to promulgate rules and adopt the federal department of
housing and urban development housing quality standards for individual
providers. The bill also grants the department of health care policy and
financing, together with the division of housing, the authority to inspect
individual providers for compliance with standards, as well as permissible
corrective actions.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely (05/02/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date04/10/2018
CCW Summary
House SponsorsD. Pabon (D)
Senate SponsorsI. Aguilar (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteePublic Health Care and Human Services
Senate CommitteeState, Veterans, and Military Affairs
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (06/08/2018)
Position

Bill: HB18-1394
Title: Update Colorado Disaster Emergency Act
Official Summary

The bill updates the Colorado disaster emergency act to include
provisions related specifically to recovery, mitigation, and resiliency and
to establish the roles and responsibilities of state and local agencies at all
stages of emergency management. Section 3 of the bill adds language
defining the stages of response and recovery, as well as definitions of

emergency, resiliency, and mitigation. Section 4 allows the governor to
convene a disaster policy group to coordinate the response and recovery
from disaster emergencies. If the governor convenes the policy group, the
governor is required to appoint a chair and to delegate to the chair the
authority to manage cross-departmental and interjurisdictional
coordination of recovery efforts.
Sections 5 and 21 repeal and relocate existing language
establishing the governor's expert emergency epidemic response
committee, update the language to reflect amendments throughout the
bill, and add the executive director of the department of local affairs or
his or her designee to the committee.
The bill creates the Colorado resiliency office in the division of
local government within the department of local affairs in sections 17
and 18.
The office is required to develop a resiliency and community
recovery program for the state that must address coordination among state
and local agencies and risk and vulnerability reduction. The office is
required to consult with other state agencies and stakeholders in
developing the program.
Sections 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, and 14 amend existing statutes
concerning disaster planning and response at the state and local level to
include references to recovery, mitigation, and preparedness. The
requirement for a state disaster plan is amended to require a
comprehensive emergency management program that addresses
preparation, prevention, mitigation, response, and recovery from
emergencies and disasters.
Local and interjurisdictional disaster agencies are renamed as
emergency management agencies. The emergency management agencies
are required to develop a local or interjurisdictional plan that includes
provisions for preparation, prevention, mitigation, response, and recovery
from emergencies and disasters. Agencies may incorporate by reference
existing locally adopted plans, plans approved by the office of emergency
management or the federal emergency management agency, and other
relevant plans.
Section 15 amends a requirement in existing law that the governor
consider steps that could be taken on a continuing basis to prevent and
reduce the harmful consequences of disasters and adds language requiring
the governor to also consider mitigation and recovery from disasters.
Sections 16, 19, and 20 make conforming amendments.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (05/24/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date04/16/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning amendments to the Colorado disaster emergency act to address all phases of emergency management.

House SponsorsJ. Singer (D)
H. McKean (R)
Senate SponsorsJ. Kefalas (D)
J. Cooke (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeLocal Government
Senate CommitteeFinance
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (06/26/2018)
Position

Bill: HB18-1423
Title: Rural Fire Protection District Equipment Grants
Official Summary

The division of fire prevention and control in the department of
public safety is currently authorized to use money in the local firefighter
safety and disease prevention fund to provide grants for equipment and
training to increase firefighter safety and prevent occupation-related
diseases. The bill specifies that the fund may also be used to assist rural
special fire protection districts in replacing or refurbishing equipment and

transfers $500,000 from the general fund to be used for this purpose.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (05/23/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date04/23/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning grants to provide equipment to rural fire protection districts.

House SponsorsD. Valdez (D)
L. Liston (R)
Senate SponsorsL. Crowder (R)
L. Garcia (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeLocal Government
Senate CommitteeFinance
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (05/07/2018)
Position

Bill: SB18-022
Title: Clinical Practice For Opioid Prescribing
Official Summary

Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorders Interim Study
Committee. The bill restricts the number of opioid pills that a health care
practitioner, including physicians, physician assistants, advanced practice
nurses, dentists, optometrists, podiatrists, and veterinarians, may prescribe
for an initial prescription to a 7-day supply and one refill for a 7-day
supply, with certain exceptions. The bill clarifies that a health care

practitioner may electronically prescribe opioids.
Current law allows health care practitioners and other individuals
to query the prescription drug monitoring program (program). The bill
requires health care practitioners to query the program before prescribing
the first refill prescription for an opioid except under specified
circumstances, and requires the practitioner to indicate his or her specialty
or practice area upon the initial query.
The bill requires the department of public health and environment
to report to the general assembly its results from studies regarding the
prescription drug monitoring program integration methods and health care
provider report cards.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (05/21/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/10/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning clinical practice measures for safer opioid prescribing.

House SponsorsB. Pettersen (D)
C. Kennedy (D)
Senate SponsorsI. Aguilar (D)
J. Tate (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeHealth, Insurance, & Environment
Senate CommitteeHealth and Human Services
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/21/2018)
Position

Bill: SB18-039
Title: Continue The Wildfire Matters Review Committee
Official Summary

Wildfire Matters Review Committee. The wildfire matters
review committee (WMRC) is currently scheduled to repeal on July 1,
2018. The bill defers the repeal date to September 1, 2025.
The bill also eliminates obsolete provisions relating to the
WMRC's consideration of codifying the wildland and prescribed fire

advisory commission, an entity created by executive order. The WMRC
discharged its obligation by considering this issue during the 2014
legislative session.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (05/18/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/10/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning the wildfire matters review committee, and, in connection therewith, deferring the date on which the committee is scheduled to repeal.

House SponsorsD. Thurlow (R)
T. Exum Sr. (D)
Senate SponsorsM. Jones (D)
J. Cooke (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeLocal Government
Senate CommitteeAgriculture, Natural Resources, and Energy
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (06/21/2018)
Position

Bill: SB18-158
Title: School Access To Interoperable Communication Technology
Official Summary

The bill creates the school access for emergency response grant
program (grant program) in the division of local government (division)
in the department of local affairs (department). The purpose of the grant
program is to provide funding for interoperable communication hardware,
software, equipment maintenance, and training to allow for seamless

communications between existing school communications systems and
first responder communications systems. Grant recipients may use the
money received through the grant program to provide training in
procedures for effective communications with first responders in an
emergency, to update school crisis management plans, and to work with
the vendor selected by the chief information officer in the office of
information technology to make specified upgrades in connection with
interoperable communications abilities.
The division is required to administer the grant program and,
subject to available appropriations, award grants to be paid from the grant
program fund. The director of the division is required to implement the
grant program and to promulgate rules necessary to implement the grant
program.
To receive a grant, a school district, school, charter school of the
district, institute charter school, or state charter school institute must
submit an application, including specified information, to the division.
The director of the division is required to review the applications received
and consider certain criteria in awarding the grants. Each grant recipient
is required to submit a report to the division and the department is
required to provide an annual update to the general assembly regarding
the grant program.
The bill creates the grant program cash fund in the state treasury,
which consists of a specified amount of money that the state treasurer
transfers to the fund for each of the next 6 fiscal years.
In addition, the chief information officer is required to retain a
vendor to provide an interoperable communication technology solution
for use by grant recipients The chief information officer is required to
solicit vendors to provide the interoperable communication technology
and to select a vendor to provide the interoperable communication
technology solution by a specified date.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (05/16/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date02/05/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning measures to increase school district access to interoperable communication technology to improve school safety.

House SponsorsC. Duran (D)
M. Catlin (R)
Senate SponsorsD. Coram (R)
L. Garcia (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeEducation
Senate CommitteeEducation
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (04/13/2018)
Position

Bill: SB18-247
Title: Local Government Medical Benefits In Work-related Death
Official Summary

The bill creates the police officers' and firefighters' continuation
of benefits board (board) in the department of the treasury. The board is
required to review submissions from counties or municipalities offering

police or fire protection service or any special district or county
improvement district in the state offering fire protection service
(employers) for the continuation of medical and dental benefits for the
dependants of any employee who dies in a work-related death and to
oversee the payment of such benefits. The board is composed of the state
treasurer, the executive director of the department of public safety, and
the executive director of the fire and police pension association, or their
designees.
The bill specifies that any employer may enter into an agreement
with the board to make quarterly contributions to the police officers' and
firefighters' continuation of benefits fund (fund), which is created in the
bill, on behalf of each person it employs whose duties are directly
involved with the provision of police or fire protection. Only employers
that make contributions to the fund are eligible to have the continuation
of benefits for the dependants of an employee who died in a work-related
death paid from the fund.
The board shall determine the amount of the contribution required
by each employer and shall determine the method by which each
employer shall pay the quarterly contribution to the fund. The bill does
not prohibit an employer that chooses not to make contributions to the
fund from independently paying for the continuation of benefits for the
dependents of any person it employs and who dies in a work-related
death.
The bill specifies that the dependents of an employee who dies in
a work-related death are automatically qualified for the continuation of
medical and dental benefits through the employer's medical and dental
benefit coverage for 12 months from the end of the month in which the
work-related death occurred, so long as the dependents had medical or
dental benefits through the employer at the time of the employee's
work-related death. The board will pay the cost of providing medical or
dental benefits on behalf of the employee's dependents from the fund only
if the employer has an agreement with the board to make contributions to
the fund.
At any time, if an employee dies from a work-related death and the
money in the fund is insufficient to cover the costs of continuation of
benefits for the dependents of the employee, the bill directs the state
treasurer to advance sufficient money from the state treasury to cover
such costs and to be repaid by the board on a schedule to be set by the
board.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (05/30/2018)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date04/16/2018
CCW Summary

Concerning the creation of a fund to pay for the continuation of certain benefits for dependents of certain local government public safety employees who die in a work-related death.

House SponsorsL. Landgraf (R)
T. Kraft-Tharp (D)
Senate SponsorsR. Gardner (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeLocal Government
Senate CommitteeFinance
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (07/12/2018)
Position
back to top
 
border   border
 
Copyright © 2018 State Capitol Watch