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Legislative Year: 2021 Change
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House and Senate Votes for Bill: HB21-1050

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Title Workers' Compensation
Description Concerning the "Workers' Compensation Act of Colorado", and, in connection therewith, making changes that affect the timely payment of benefits, guardian ad litem and conservator services, benefit offsets related to the receipt of federal disability or retirement benefits, the reduction of benefits based on apportionment, the selection of independent medical examiners, limits on temporary disability and permanent partial disability payments, the withdrawal of admissions of liability, mileage expense reimbursement, the authority of prehearing administrative law judges, the reopening of permanent total disability awards, and petitions for review and appeals of orders.
Bill Status House Committee on Business Affairs & Labor Refer Amended to Appropriations
NOTE: For bills "postponed indefinitely", the committee vote signifies as follows:
a YES vote PIs the bill; a NO vote moves the bill forward.

Votes in the House

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Legislator Name House CommitteeHouse AppropriationsHouse Final vote
Judy Amabile (D)
Y   
Shannon Bird (D)
Y   
Terri Carver (R)
Y   
Monica Duran (D)
Y   
Michael Lynch (R)
Y   
Kyle Mullica (D)
Y   
Patrick Neville (R)
Y   
Naquetta Ricks (D)
Y   
Dylan Roberts (D)
Y   
Shane Sandridge (R)
  N 
Marc Snyder (D)
Y   
Tom Sullivan (D)
Y   
Kevin Van Winkle (R)
Y   
House Totals
1210
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  • Final vote represents the third reading vote in the legislator's chamber.
  • (A) reflects Excused Absence. Colorado Capitol Watch only counts excused absences. Missed votes categorized by the state as absent or abstained will show on this page as a blank.

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