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Bill: HB19-1003
Title: Community Solar Gardens Modernization Act
Official Summary

The bill amends the current statute authorizing the creation of
community solar gardens (CSGs) by:
  • Increasing the maximum size of a CSG from 2 megawatts
to 10 megawatts; and
  • Removing the requirement that a CSG subscriber's
identified physical location be in the same county as, or a
county adjacent to, that of the CSG, while retaining the
requirement that it be within the service territory of the

same electric utility.

Custom Summary
StatusHouse Second Reading Re-referred to Appropriations - No Amendments (03/15/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/04/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning community solar gardens.

House SponsorsC. Hansen (D)
Senate SponsorsM. Foote (D)
T. Story (D)
Hearing Date03/27/2019
Hearing Time8:00 AM
Hearing RoomLegislative Services Building Hearing Room A
House CommitteeEnergy and Environment
Senate Committee
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/01/2019)
Position

Bill: HB19-1006
Title: Wildfire Mitigation Wildland-urban Interface Areas
Official Summary

Wildfire Matters Review Committee. The bill creates a state
grant program to be administered by the Colorado state forest service

(forest service) to fund proactive forest management fuels reduction
projects to reduce the impacts to life, property, and critical infrastructure
caused by wildfires.
To be eligible for a grant award, a grant recipient must be any one
of a group of individual landowners as specified in the bill whose real
property that is the subject of a grant application is located within a land
area that is covered by a community wildfire protection plan.
The bill specifies requirements pertaining to the evaluation of
grant proposals. The forest service is to select the proposals that will
receive funding, administer the grant program, and develop procedures
by which applicants are to apply for grants.
The bill imposes a monetary limit on the amount of a grant to be
awarded and also requires a grant applicant to demonstrate an available
amount of matching funds to be awarded a grant.
The bill creates the forest management fuels reduction projects
grant program cash fund in the state treasury.
The bill requires the forest service to report annually to the general
assembly on the number, location, and benefits of all projects for which
a grant award is made.

Custom Summary
StatusHouse Committee on Rural Affairs & Agriculture Refer Amended to Appropriations (03/18/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/04/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning measures to mitigate the effects of wildfires within wildland-urban interface areas, and, in connection therewith, creating a state grant program to promote forest management fuels reduction projects in such areas.

House SponsorsT. Carver (R)
B. McLachlan (D)
Senate SponsorsR. Fields (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeRural Affairs and Agriculture
Senate Committee
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (02/25/2019)
Position

Bill: HB19-1009
Title: Substance Use Disorders Recovery
Official Summary

Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorders Study Committee.
The bill:
  • Expands the housing voucher program currently within the
department of local affairs to include individuals with a
substance use disorder and appropriates $4.3 million each
of the next 5 fiscal years to support the program (section
1
);
  • Requires each recovery residence operating in Colorado to
be licensed by the department of public health and
environment (section 2); and
  • Creates the opioid crisis recovery fund for money the state
receives as settlement or damage awards resulting from
opioid-related litigation (section 3).

Custom Summary
StatusHouse Committee on Public Health Care & Human Services Refer Amended to Appropriations (03/06/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/04/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning supports for persons recovering from substance use disorders, and, in connection therewith, expanding a program in the department of local affairs that provides vouchers for housing assistance to certain individuals, requiring each recovery residence operating in Colorado to be licensed by the department of public health and environment, and creating the opioid crisis recovery fund.

House SponsorsJ. Singer (D)
C. Kennedy (D)
Senate SponsorsK. Priola (R)
B. Pettersen (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteePublic Health Care and Human Services
Senate Committee
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (02/04/2019)
Position

Bill: HB19-1010
Title: Freestanding Emergency Departments Licensure
Official Summary

The bill creates a new license, referred to as a freestanding
emergency department license, for the department of public health and
environment to issue on or after July 1, 2022, to a health facility that
offers emergency care, that may offer primary and urgent care services,
and that is either:
  • Owned or operated by, or affiliated with, a hospital or

hospital system and located more than 250 yards from the
main campus of the hospital; or
  • Independent from and not operated by or affiliated with a
hospital or hospital system and not attached to or situated
within 250 yards of, or contained within, a hospital.
A facility licensed as a community clinic before July 1, 2010, and
that serves a rural community or ski area is excluded from the definition
of freestanding emergency department.
The bill allows the department to waive the licensure requirements
for a facility that is licensed as a community clinic or that is seeking
community clinic licensure and serves an underserved population in the
state.
The state board of health is to adopt rules regarding the new
license, including rules to set licensure requirements and fees and safety
and care standards.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on Finance Refer Unamended to Appropriations (03/21/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/04/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the licensing of freestanding emergency departments.

House SponsorsL. Landgraf (R)
K. Mullica (D)
Senate SponsorsB. Pettersen (D)
R. Gardner (R)
Hearing Date03/21/2019
Hearing TimeUpon Adjournment
Hearing RoomSenate Committee Room 357
House CommitteeHealth and Insurance
Senate CommitteeHealth and Human Services
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (01/14/2019)
Position

Bill: HB19-1047
Title: Metropolitan District Fire Protection Sales Tax
Official Summary

A metropolitan district is a type of special district that provides at
least 2 services from a list of specific services. One of the services that a
metropolitan district is currently authorized to provide is fire protection.
Currently, a metropolitan district is authorized to levy a property tax to
provide services; however, the district can also levy a sales tax for safety

protection, street improvement, and transportation purposes. Both
property taxes and sales taxes require voter approval. The bill allows a
metropolitan district to also levy a sales tax to provide fire protection in
the areas of the district in which the sales tax is levied.

Custom Summary
StatusSent to the Governor (03/11/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/04/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the authority of a metropolitan district to levy a sales tax for the purpose of providing fire protection in the areas of the district in which the tax is levied.

House SponsorsB. Buentello (D)
Senate SponsorsL. Garcia (D)
J. Danielson (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeRural Affairs and Agriculture
Senate CommitteeLocal Government
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (01/14/2019)
Position

Bill: HB19-1080
Title: Benefits For First Responders With A Disability
Official Summary

The bill grants first responders with an occupational disability free
lifetime small game hunting and fishing licenses and a free columbine
annual pass for entrance into state parks. The bill also allows first
responders with an occupational disability to be eligible to participate in
a property tax work-off program established by a taxing entity.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on Agriculture & Natural Resources Witness Testimony and/or Committee Discussion Only (03/14/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/11/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning benefits for first responders with a disability.

House SponsorsR. Bockenfeld (R)
Senate SponsorsL. Garcia (D)
J. Cooke (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeRural Affairs and Agriculture
Senate CommitteeAgriculture and Natural Resources
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (01/25/2019)
Position

Bill: HB19-1174
Title: Out-of-network Health Care Services
Official Summary

The bill:
  • Requires health insurance carriers, health care providers,
and health care facilities to provide patients covered by
health benefit plans with information concerning the
provision of services by out-of-network providers and
in-network and out-of-network facilities;

  • Outlines the disclosure requirements and the claims and
payment process for the provision of out-of-network
services;
  • Requires the commissioner of insurance, the state board of
health, and the director of the division of professions and
occupations in the department of regulatory agencies to
promulgate rules that specify the requirements for
disclosures to consumers, including the timing, the format,
and the contents and language in the disclosures;
  • Establishes the reimbursement amount for out-of-network
providers that provide health care services to covered
persons at an in-network facility and for out-of-network
providers or facilities that provide emergency services to
covered persons; and
  • Creates a penalty for failure to comply with the payment
requirements for out-of-network health care services.

Custom Summary
StatusHouse Second Reading Passed with Amendments - Committee, Floor (03/21/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date02/07/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning out-of-network health care services provided to covered persons.

House SponsorsD. Esgar (D)
M. Catlin (R)
Senate SponsorsB. Pettersen (D)
R. Gardner (R)
Hearing Date03/22/2019
Hearing Time9:00 AM
Hearing RoomHouse Chamber
House CommitteeHealth and Insurance
Senate Committee
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/14/2019)
Position

Bill: HB19-1225
Title: No Monetary Bail For Certain Low-level Offenses
Official Summary

Under current law, the court is required to release a person charged
with a class 3 misdemeanor, petty offense, or unclassified offense on a
personal recognizance bond unless certain conditions exist. The bill
removes petty offenses from that requirement. The bill prohibits a court
from imposing a monetary condition of release for a defendant charged
with a traffic offense, petty offense, or municipal offense, except for a

traffic offense involving death or bodily injury, eluding a police officer,
circumventing an interlock device, or a municipal offense with
substantially similar elements to a state misdemeanor offense. The bill
does not prohibit a defendant's release based on a pretrial policy that
includes monetary conditions if the defendant is informed that he or she
would be released without monetary conditions if he or she waits for a
bond hearing. The bill does not prohibit issuance of a warrant with
monetary conditions of bond for a defendant who fails to appear in court
as required or who violates a condition of release.

Custom Summary
StatusHouse Second Reading Passed with Amendments - Committee (03/21/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date03/08/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning prohibiting the use of monetary bail for certain levels of offenses except in certain circumstances.

House SponsorsL. Herod (D)
M. Soper (R)
Senate SponsorsP. Lee (D)
P. Lundeen (R)
Hearing Date03/22/2019
Hearing Time9:00 AM
Hearing RoomHouse Chamber
House CommitteeJudiciary
Senate Committee
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/14/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-019
Title: County Fireworks Restrictions July 4th
Official Summary

Wildfire Matters Review Committee. Under current law, a
county may prohibit or restrict by ordinance the sale, use, and possession
of fireworks, including permissible fireworks (fireworks restrictions), for
a period that does not exceed one year in length within all or any part of
the unincorporated areas of the county; except that such an ordinance

shall not be in effect between May 31 and July 5 of any year unless the
ordinance includes an express finding of high fire danger, based on
competent evidence. The bill specifies that such an ordinance is in effect
for the period between May 31 and July 5 of any year only if the county
adopts by resolution such fireworks restrictions for such period, which
resolution includes an express finding of high fire danger, based on
competent evidence.
The bill also adds as a source of competent evidence justifying
a finding of high fire danger predictions of future fire danger such as
those issued by the national interragency coordination center or any
successor entity.

Custom Summary
StatusGovernor Signed (03/21/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/04/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the power of a county to restrict the use of fireworks during the period between May 31 and July 5 of any year.

House SponsorsM. Gray (D)
Senate SponsorsR. Fields (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeRural Affairs and Agriculture
Senate CommitteeLocal Government
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (02/14/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-020
Title: Wildland Fire Airspace Patrol System
Official Summary

Wildfire Matters Review Committee. The bill requires the center
of excellence for advanced technology aerial firefighting, subject to
available appropriations, to study and, if feasible, implement a system to
patrol the airspace above a wildland fire.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Refer Unamended to Appropriations (01/14/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/04/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning development of a system to patrol the airspace above wildland fires.

House SponsorsB. McLachlan (D)
Senate SponsorsR. Fields (D)
D. Coram (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House Committee
Senate CommitteeState, Veterans and Military Affairs
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (01/10/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-032
Title: Hazardous Materials Transportation Routing
Official Summary

The bill authorizes a public highway authority or a governmental
partner in a public-private partnership to apply to the Colorado state
patrol (CSP) for a new or modified hazardous materials route designation
for a road or highway that it directly or indirectly maintains. The bill also
requires the department of transportation (CDOT) to conduct a study to
assess the feasibility of allowing the transportation of hazardous materials

through the Eisenhower-Edwin C. Johnson Memorial Tunnel and prepare
a study report that includes findings and recommendations as to whether
and under what conditions the transportation of hazardous materials
through the tunnel should be allowed. CDOT must solicit input from
representatives of specified counties, towns, communities, ski resorts,
industries, organizations, emergency services providers, and the CSP
regarding the scope of the study and must consider specified information
and criteria and conduct specified types of analysis when conducting the
study.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Considered House Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass (03/14/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/04/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the routing of hazardous materials being transported on the roadways of the state.

House SponsorsJ. McCluskie (D)
Senate SponsorsR. Scott (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteeTransportation and Local Government
Senate CommitteeTransportation and Energy
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (02/04/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-040
Title: Establish Colorado Fire Commission
Official Summary

The bill establishes the Colorado fire commission (commission)
in the division of fire prevention and control in the department of public
safety. The commission's purpose is to enhance public safety in Colorado
through an integrated statewide process focused on the fire service's
capacity to conduct fire management and use, preparedness, prevention,
and response activities to safeguard lives, property, and natural resources,

and increase the resiliency of local and regional communities. The
commission may establish task forces to study and make
recommendations on specific subjects within the commission's areas of
study. The commission is repealed effective September 1, 2024, and is
subject to a sunset review prior to its repeal.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on Agriculture & Natural Resources Refer Amended to Appropriations (01/31/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/04/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the establishment of the Colorado fire commission.

House SponsorsT. Carver (R)
D. Roberts (D)
Senate SponsorsD. Hisey (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House Committee
Senate CommitteeAgriculture and Natural Resources
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (02/28/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-052
Title: Emergency Medical Service Provider Scope Of Practice
Official Summary

Emergency medical service (EMS) providers are authorized to
practice under the medical direction of a physician. Section 1 of the bill
expands an EMS provider's scope of practice by authorizing a provider
to practice under the medical direction of an advanced practice nurse or
a physician assistant.
Section 1 also:

  • Specifies that a provider may practice in a hospital or
clinic; and
  • Authorizes the state board of health to promulgate rules to
authorize other types of medical professionals to provide
medical direction to EMS providers or to allow EMS
providers to practice in other types of licensed health care
facilities or health care-related settings.
Section 3 adds an advanced practice nurse and a physician
assistant to the membership of the emergency medical practice advisory
council and requires the governor to make initial appointments of the
additional advisory council members on or before November 1, 2019.
Sections 2, 4, and 5 make conforming amendments.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on Health & Human Services Refer Amended to Appropriations (03/07/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/08/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning expansion of an emergency medical service provider's scope of practice.

House Sponsors
Senate SponsorsL. Garcia (D)
Hearing Date03/22/2019
Hearing Time8:00 AM
Hearing RoomLegislative Services Building Hearing Room B
House Committee
Senate CommitteeHealth and Human Services
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/20/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-061
Title: Self-contained Breathing Apparatus Testing And Certification
Official Summary

Currently, local fire departments and other users of self-contained
breathing apparatus (SCBA) rely on certification under standards
promulgated by the United States department of transportation (DOT) or
the national institute for occupational safety and health (NIOSH) for
quality control of pressure vessels. These certifications are considered
valid through the vessel's recommended service life, but that service life

is finite.
Section 1 of the bill declares that, with the emergence of new
technology to test the continuing safety of vessels that are at the end of
their initial recommended service life, vessels that remain safe can and
should be recertified for an additional period rather than discarded,
resulting in a saving of tax dollars for local governments.
Sections 2 through 4 give the executive director of the department
of public health and environment the authority to inspect SCBA
equipment and, if necessary, to write rules governing the inspection and
certification of pressure vessels. Any such rules must incorporate or
recognize current DOT or NIOSH standards for certification and
recertification with regard to any technology that is accepted by those
federal agencies.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on Health & Human Services Refer Unamended to Appropriations (02/06/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/10/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning standards for the certification of certain types of respirators equipped with pressure vessels.

House SponsorsJ. Arndt (D)
E. Hooton (D)
Senate SponsorsJ. Tate (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House Committee
Senate CommitteeHealth and Human Services
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (01/23/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-065
Title: Peer Assistance Emergency Medical Service Provider
Official Summary

The bill creates a peer health assistance program (program) for
emergency medical service providers funded through fees collected from
each applicant upon initial or renewal of a certification as an emergency
medical service provider. The state board of health (board) is required to
select one or more peer health assistance programs as designated
providers. To be selected as a provider, the program must:

  • Provide for the education of emergency medical service
providers with respect to the recognition and prevention of
physical, emotional, and psychological problems and
provide for intervention when necessary or under
circumstances that may be established by rules promulgated
by the board;
  • Offer assistance to an emergency medical service provider
in identifying physical, emotional, or psychological
problems;
  • Evaluate the extent of physical, emotional, or psychological
problems and refer the emergency medical service provider
for appropriate treatment;
  • Monitor the status of an emergency medical service
provider who has been referred for treatment;
  • Provide counseling and support for the emergency medical
service provider and for the family of any emergency
medical service provider referred for treatment;
  • Agree to receive referrals from the board; and
  • Agree to make services available to all certified emergency
medical service providers.

Custom Summary
StatusHouse Committee on Public Health Care & Human Services Refer Amended to Appropriations (03/20/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/10/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the creation of a peer health assistance program for emergency medical service providers.

House SponsorsT. Exum Sr. (D)
Senate SponsorsL. Garcia (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House CommitteePublic Health Care and Human Services
Senate CommitteeHealth and Human Services
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/11/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-104
Title: Elimination Of Duplicate Regulation Of School Building
Official Summary

The bill amends the regulatory authority of the state board of
health, the department of public health and environment, and the
department of human services (state agencies), so that in the event of a
conflict between a law, rule, code, standard, or ordinance of a state
agency and the department of education or applicable local government,

the law, rule, code, standard, or ordinance of the department of education
or applicable local government prevails with regard to matters
concerning:
  • A building or structure on the property of a school district,
charter school, or institute charter school; or
  • Public health, safety, and welfare on the property of a
school district, charter school, or institute charter school.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Refer Amended to Appropriations (03/20/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date01/23/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the elimination of duplicate regulation of the property of a school district, district charter school, or institute charter school.

House SponsorsM. Baisley (R)
Senate SponsorsC. Holbert (R)
M. Foote (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House Committee
Senate CommitteeState, Veterans and Military Affairs
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (02/05/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-134
Title: Out-of-network Health Care Disclosures And Charges
Official Summary

The bill:
  • Sets the reimbursement rate that a health insurance carrier
must pay a health care facility if a covered person is treated
for emergency services;
  • Requires in-network health care facilities and health care
providers to make disclosures to patients covered by a

health benefit plan concerning the provision of services by
an out-of-network provider;
  • Outlines the claims and payment process, including
reimbursement rates for the provision of out-of-network
services for health care facilities and health care providers;
and
  • Authorizes arbitration for the payment of health care claims
that are in dispute if certain criteria are met.
The commissioner of insurance is required to submit a report
annually to the general assembly concerning unanticipated out-of-network
services.

Custom Summary
StatusIntroduced In Senate - Assigned to Health & Human Services (02/07/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date02/07/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the provision of out-of-network health care services.

House SponsorsM. Soper (R)
Senate SponsorsR. Fields (D)
J. Tate (R)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House Committee
Senate CommitteeHealth and Human Services
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/18/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-167
Title: Honor Colorado Professional Fire Fighters
Official Summary

The bill creates a Colorado professional fire fighters license plate.
To be issued the plate, an applicant must pay 2 one-time $25 fees and
make a donation to a nonprofit organization selected by the department
of revenue.

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on Finance Refer Unamended to Appropriations (03/14/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date02/27/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the creation of a Colorado professional fire fighters license plate.

House SponsorsT. Exum Sr. (D)
M. Duran (D)
Senate SponsorsJ. Danielson (D)
Hearing Date03/29/2019
Hearing Time7:30 AM
Hearing RoomLegislative Services Building Hearing Room B
House Committee
Senate CommitteeFinance
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/08/2019)
Position

Bill: SB19-188
Title: FAMLI Family Medical Leave Insurance Program
Official Summary

The bill creates the family and medical leave insurance (FAMLI)
program and the division of family and medical leave insurance (division)
in the department of labor and employment to provide partial wage
replacement benefits to an eligible individual who takes leave from work:
  • To care for a new child or a family member with a serious
health condition;

  • Because the eligible individual is unable to work due to the
individual's own serious health condition or because the
individual or a family member is the victim of abusive
behavior; or
  • Due to certain needs arising from a family member's active
duty service.
Each employee and employer in the state will pay one-half the cost
of a premium as specified in the bill, which premium is based on a
percentage of the employee's yearly wages. The premiums are deposited
into the family and medical leave insurance fund, and family and medical
leave benefits are paid to eligible individuals from the fund. The division
is established as an enterprise, and premiums paid into the fund are not
considered state revenues for purposes of the taxpayer's bill of rights
(TABOR).

Custom Summary
StatusSenate Committee on Business, Labor, & Technology Refer Amended to Finance (03/13/2019)
LobbyistsLobbyists
Comment
Category
Intro Date03/07/2019
CCW Summary

Concerning the creation of a family and medical leave insurance program.

House SponsorsM. Gray (D)
M. Duran (D)
Senate SponsorsF. Winter (D)
A. Williams (D)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
House Committee
Senate CommitteeBusiness, Labor and Technology
Full TextFull Text of Bill
Fiscal NotesFiscal Notes (03/12/2019)
Position
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