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MAR5

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» THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE

Time: no specified time
Room: House Chamber
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

SB18-009 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Priola, Cooke, Guzman,
Lundberg; also Representative(s) Winter and Lawrence--
Concerning the right of consumers of electricity to
interconnect energy storage systems for use on their
property.
(Laid Over from February 27, 2018.)
HB18-1078 by Representative(s) Landgraf and Exum; also Senator(s)
Gardner--Concerning court programs for defendants who
have served in the armed forces.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 28, 2018.)
HB18-1042 by Representative(s) Becker J. and Ginal, Buck, Esgar,
Hooton, Lawrence; also Senator(s) Scott and Zenzinger,
Baumgardner, Cooke--Concerning the creation of a
program to authorize private providers to register
commercial vehicles as Class A personal property, and, in
connection therewith, making and reducing an
appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 28, 2018.)
HB18-1193 by Representative(s) Wilson and McLachlan; also
Senator(s) Scott and Zenzinger--Concerning the advanced
placement incentives pilot program, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 28, 2018.)
SB18-036 by Senator(s) Kagan; also Representative(s) Wist--
Concerning the nonsubstantive relocation of laws related
to the regulation of tobacco sales to minors from title 24,
Colorado Revised Statutes, to a new title 44 as part of the
organizational recodification of title 12, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 28, 2018.)
HB18-1237 by Representative(s) Kraft-Tharp and Van Winkle,
Arndt, Coleman, Garnett, Gray, Liston, Rosenthal,
Sandridge, Sias, Thurlow, Williams D.; also Senator(s)
Neville T.--Concerning the continuation of the
requirements regarding the preparation of a cost-benefit
analysis as administered by the department of regulatory
agencies, and, in connection therewith, implementing the
recommendations contained in the 2017 sunset report by
the department of regulatory agencies.
HB18-1239 by Representative(s) Landgraf; also Senator(s) Scott--
Concerning continuation under the sunset law of the
environmental management system permit program, and,
in connection therewith, implementing the
recommendations of the sunset report by the department of
regulatory agencies by allowing the program to repeal.
HB18-1188 by Representative(s) Jackson, Winter, Bridges, Coleman,
Ginal, Melton, Roberts, Salazar; also Senator(s) Hill,
Zenzinger--Concerning authorization for the Colorado
department of transportation to use location information
from an electronic device.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 28, 2018.)
HB18-1093 by Representative(s) Arndt, Thurlow, Bridges; also
Senator(s) Coram, Guzman--Concerning the allowable
uses of reclaimed domestic wastewater, and, in connection
therewith, allowing reclaimed domestic wastewater to be
used for food crops and making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 28, 2018.)
HB18-1098 by Representative(s) Saine and Gray, Hansen, Neville P.,
Wist; also Senator(s) Marble--Concerning the expanded
ability of the Colorado oil and gas conservation
commission to finance the remediation of oil and gas
locations.
HB18-1016 by Representative(s) Danielson; also Senator(s) Fields--
Concerning the creation of a Seabees license plate to honor
the Seabees tradition, and, in connection therewith, making
an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 26, 2018.)
(Laid Over from February 27, 2018.)
HB18-1021 by Representative(s) Hooton and Landgraf; also
Senator(s) Kefalas--Concerning addressing the issue of
youth who are experiencing homelessness in Colorado,
and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 26, 2018.)
(Laid Over from February 27, 2018.)

» GENERAL ORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS

Time: no specified time
Room: House Chamber
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

SB18-103 by Senator(s) Todd and Smallwood, Donovan; also
Representative(s) Kraft-Tharp and Leonard, Winter--
Concerning the issuance of performance-based incentives
for film production activities in the state.
SB18-020 by Senator(s) Garcia; also Representative(s) Esgar--
Concerning mental health care professionals who are
permitted to perform auricular acudetox.
SB18-060 by Senator(s) Coram; also Representative(s) Hamner--
Concerning protective orders in criminal cases.
(Amendment recommended by Judiciary Report, dated February 27,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, February 28, 2018.)
SB18-091 by Senator(s) Martinez Humenik, Moreno, Tate,
Zenzinger; also Representative(s) Thurlow, Arndt,
Hooton, McKean--Concerning modernizing terminology in
the Colorado Revised Statutes related to behavioral health.
SB18-092 by Senator(s) Martinez Humenik, Moreno, Tate,
Zenzinger; also Representative(s) Hooton, Arndt,
Thurlow, McKean--Concerning updating statutory
references to "county departments of social services".
SB18-093 by Senator(s) Moreno, Martinez Humenik, Zenzinger,
Tate; also Representative(s) Arndt, Hooton, Thurlow,
McKean--Concerning the repeal of obsolete provisions in
the Colorado medical assistance program relating to the
inactive home- and community-based services waiver for
persons living with AIDS.
SB18-094 by Senator(s) Martinez Humenik, Moreno, Tate,
Zenzinger; also Representative(s) Hooton, Arndt,
Thurlow, McKean--Concerning the repeal of a duplicate
definitions section in article 60 of title 27, Colorado
Revised Statutes.
SB18-096 by Senator(s) Martinez Humenik, Moreno, Tate,
Zenzinger; also Representative(s) Thurlow, Arndt,
Hooton, McKean--Concerning modernizing statutory
provisions that refer to terms related to "mental
retardation".
SB18-164 by Senator(s) Moreno, Martinez Humenik, Tate,
Zenzinger; also Representative(s) Thurlow, Arndt,
Hooton, McKean--Concerning the repeal of reporting
requirements for certain unfunded programs in the
department of human services until such time as funding is
received.
HB18-1172 by Representative(s) Young, Hamner, Rankin; also
Senator(s) Lambert, Lundberg, Moreno--Concerning
money allocated from an appropriation from the marijuana
tax cash fund to a designated managed service organization
to implement its community action plan.
(Laid Over from February 12, 2018.)
SB18-126 by Senator(s) Grantham and Guzman, Baumgardner,
Cooke, Coram, Crowder, Fenberg, Garcia, Gardner, Hill,
Holbert, Lundberg, Marble, Priola, Scott, Smallwood,
Tate, Williams A.; also Representative(s) Pabon and Van
Winkle
--Concerning the definition of a traditional large
and premium cigar for purposes of the excise tax on
tobacco products.
(Laid Over from February 23, 2018.)
HB18-1151 by Representative(s) Arndt and Catlin; also Senator(s)
Crowder--Concerning the authorization of deficit irrigation
pilot projects approved by the Colorado water conservation
board.
(Amendment recommended by Agriculture, Livestock, and Natural
Resources Report, dated February 26, 2018, and placed in member's bill
file; Report also printed in House Journal, February 27, 2018.)
HB18-1199 by Representative(s) Catlin, Covarrubias, Arndt, Becker
J.; also Senator(s) Coram--Concerning a process for the
ground water commission to use for approving aquifer
storage-and-recovery plans, and, in connection therewith,
requiring that the ground water commission promulgate
rules governing its implementation of the process.
(Amendment recommended by Agriculture, Livestock, and Natural
Resources Report, dated February 26, 2018, and placed in member's bill
file; Report also printed in House Journal, February 27, 2018.)
HB18-1236 by Representative(s) McLachlan and Becker J.; also
Senator(s) Baumgardner--Concerning the continuation of
the Colorado food systems advisory council, and, in
connection therewith, implementing the recommendations
in the department of regulatory agencies' sunset report.
(Amendment recommended by Agriculture, Livestock, and Natural
Resources Report, dated February 26, 2018, and placed in member's bill
file; Report also printed in House Journal, February 27, 2018.)
HB18-1238 by Representative(s) Jackson and Catlin; also Senator(s)
Marble--Concerning the continuation of the wildland-
urban interface training advisory board, and, in connection
therewith, implementing the recommendations of the 2017
sunset report by the department of regulatory agencies.
SB18-069 by Senator(s) Holbert and Zenzinger; also Representative(s) Garnett and Becker J.--Concerning
enforcement of statewide degree transfer agreements.
(Amendment recommended by Education Report, dated February 26,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, February 27, 2018.)
SB18-101 by Senator(s) Holbert and Todd, Gardner, Merrifield,
Priola; also Representative(s) Hamner and Van Winkle--
Concerning student admission to Colorado state university
- global campus.
HB18-1154 by Representative(s) Hooton and Van Winkle--
Concerning consumer protections relating to a solicitation
to provide a copy of a public record for a fee.
(Amendment recommended by Finance Report, dated February 26, 2018,
and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal,
February 27, 2018.)
SB18-100 by Senator(s) Neville T., Williams A.; also Representative(s) Kraft-Tharp and Van Winkle--
Concerning disclosure of additional mandatory charges by
motor vehicle rental companies.
HB18-1231 by Representative(s) Benavidez, Buckner, Coleman,
Herod, Hooton, Jackson, Lontine, Melton, Pettersen,
Roberts, Rosenthal, Salazar, Singer, Weissman--
Concerning the repeal of Columbus day as a legal holiday,
and, in connection therewith, making election day a legal
holiday.
(Amendment recommended by Local Government Report, dated February
28, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, March 1, 2018.)
HB18-1099 by Representative(s) Catlin and McLachlan; also
Senator(s) Coram--Concerning criteria that the broadband
deployment board is required to develop with regard to an
incumbent telecommunications provider's exercise of a
right to implement a broadband deployment project in an
unserved area of the state upon a nonincumbent provider's
application to the broadband deployment board to
implement a proposed broadband deployment project in the
unserved area.
SB18-046 by Senator(s) Moreno; also Representative(s) Michaelson
Jenet and Winter
--Concerning authorization to increase
the minimum donation required to be issued a certificate
that qualifies a person to be issued a group special license
plate.
HB18-1253 by Representative(s) Lee and Herod, Foote, Willett, Wist;
also Senator(s) Gardner, Cooke, Guzman, Holbert, Kagan--
Concerning implementation of recommendations of the
committee on legal services in connection with legislative
review of rules of state agencies.
(Amendment recommended by Legal Services Report, dated March 1,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, March 1, 2018.)

» CONSIDERATION OF SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HOUSE BILLS(RESOLUTIONS)

Time: no specified time
Room: House Chamber
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

HB18-1171 by Representative(s) Hamner, Young, Rankin; also
Senator(s) Lundberg, Lambert, Moreno--Concerning
adjustments in the amount of total program funding for
public schools for the 2017-18 budget year, and, in
connection therewith, making and reducing an
appropriation.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, February 8, 2018.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 22, 2018.)
HB18-1023 by Representative(s) Herod; also Senator(s) Gardner--
Concerning the nonsubstantive relocation of laws related
to legalized marijuana from title 12, Colorado Revised
Statutes, as part of the organizational recodification of title
12.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, January 30, 2018.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 27, 2018.)

» AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK, AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Time: 1:30 PM
Room: House Committee Room 271
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

SB18-002 Becker K. and Duran--Financing Rural Broadband
Deployment
SB18-005 Roberts--Rural Economic Advancement Of
Colorado Towns
HB18-1246 Danielson--Modernization Of The Nursery Act

» FINANCE

Time: 1:30 PM
Room: Legislative Services Building Hearing Room A
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

HB18-1249 Rankin--Anvil Points Fed Mineral Lease
Distribution
HB18-1155 Singer and Liston--Sunset Continue Physical
Therapy Board Functions
SB18-010 Exum--Residential Lease Copy and Rent Receipt
HB18-1083 Kraft-Tharp and Sias--On-demand Air Carriers
Sales and Use Tax Exemption

» JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE

Time: 1:30 PM
Room: Joint Budget Committee Room
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

    Description

    --Consideration of Figure Setting Recommendations for the
    Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (all divisions
    except Behavioral Health Community Services and Office of
    Community Living)
    (PLEASE NOTE: Figure Setting Considerations Not Presented Today
    May be Considered Tomorrow)
    ____________________

    » THIRDREADING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE - CONSENT CALENDAR

    Time: 10:00 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    HB18-1087 by Representative(s) Thurlow; also Senator(s) Kagan and Coram--Concerning department
    of public safety authority to repeal rules relating to defunct boards.
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    HB18-1028 by Representative(s) Kraft-Tharp and Wist; also Senator(s) Court and Tate--Concerning
    clarification of the standard required for applications for a court order to require compliance
    with investigations of deceptive trade practices.
    (Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    HB18-1140 by Representative(s) McKean; also Senator(s) Moreno--Concerning public official personal
    surety bonds, and, in connection therewith, repealing obsolete provisions and authorizing the
    purchase of insurance in lieu of public official personal surety bonds.
    (Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    SB18-173 by Senator(s) Gardner; also Representative(s) Herod--Concerning the ability of certain
    establishments licensed to sell alcohol beverages for on-premises consumption that serve
    food to allow a customer to remove one opened container of partially consumed vinous
    liquor from the licensed premises.
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    HB18-1096 by Representative(s) Gray; also Senator(s) Priola--Concerning the eligibility of certain
    entities to apply for a special event permit to sell alcohol beverages.
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    SB18-074 by Senator(s) Todd; also Representative(s) Hansen--Concerning adding individuals with
    Prader-Willi syndrome to the list of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
    (Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    SB18-068 by Senator(s) Cooke; also Representative(s) Van Winkle--Concerning criminalizing false
    reports, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    (Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    HB18-1101 by Representative(s) Hamner; also Senator(s) Lambert--Concerning modification of the
    manner in which gross retail marijuana tax revenue that is transferred from the general fund
    to the state public school fund as required by current law is appropriated from the state public
    school fund.
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    HB18-1100 by Representative(s) Hamner; also Senator(s) Lambert--Concerning the continuous
    appropriation of money in the educator licensure cash fund.
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    SB18-174 by Senator(s) Gardner; also Representative(s) (None)--Concerning liability of entities that
    provide services to persons with developmental disabilities in residential settings.

    » THIRDREADING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE

    Time: 10:00 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    HB18-1086 by Representative(s) Buckner and Lundeen; also Senator(s) Neville T. and Aguilar--
    Concerning allowing community colleges to offer a bachelor of science degree in nursing.
    (Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    SB18-146 by Senator(s) Kefalas and Smallwood; also Representative(s) Sias and Singer--Concerning
    a requirement that a freestanding emergency department inform a person who is seeking
    medical treatment about the health care options that are available to the person, and, in
    connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    (Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 2, 2018.)
    SB18-179 by Senator(s) Hill and Williams A.; also Representative(s) Hooton and Pabon--Concerning
    the extension of the credit for tobacco products that a distributor ships or transports to an out-
    of-state consumer.
    (Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, March 2, 2018.)

    » GENERALORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS - CONSENT CALENDAR

    Time: 10:00 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    SB18-176 by Senator(s) Coram; also Representative(s) McLachlan and Catlin--Concerning changes to
    the requirements for meeting dates for the board of the southwestern water conservation
    district.
    HB18-1091 by Representative(s) Beckman and Ginal; also Senator(s) Smallwood--Concerning dementia
    diseases, and, in connection therewith, updating statutory references to dementia diseases and
    related disabilities.
    SB18-169 by Senator(s) Gardner; also Representative(s) Carver--Concerning offenses against
    witnesses in noncriminal proceedings.
    HB18-1142 by Representative(s) Hooton and Thurlow; also Senator(s) Martinez Humenik and
    Zenzinger
    --Concerning modernizing language in statutory sections that refer to paupers.
    HB18-1141 by Representative(s) Hooton; also Senator(s) Zenzinger--Concerning the removal of
    outdated references in statute to "early childhood care and education councils".

    » GENERALORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS

    Time: 10:00 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    SB18-043 by Senator(s) Grantham; also Representative(s) Lundeen--Concerning the legal effects that
    the rejection by the senate of an individual nominated by the governor for appointment to a
    state office have on the subsequent nomination or temporary appointment of the same
    individual to or holdover of the individual in the same state office.
    (Laid Over from February 27, 2018.)
    SB18-166 by Senator(s) Coram; also Representative(s) Herod--Concerning changing the maximum jail
    sentence for certain crimes from one year to three hundred sixty-four days.
    (Judiciary recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 22, 2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 1, 2018.)
    SB18-132 by Senator(s) Smallwood; also Representative(s) Kennedy--Concerning a waiver of federal
    law to permit insurance carriers to offer catastrophic health plans to any individual residing
    in Colorado.
    (Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
    February 16, 2018.)
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 27,
    2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 1, 2018.)

    » GENERALORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS (CONTINUED)

    Time: 10:00 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    SB18-071 by Senator(s) Jahn and Crowder; also Representative(s) Esgar--Concerning an extension of
    the repeal of the state substance abuse trend and response task force.
    (Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
    January 29, 2018.)
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 27,
    2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 1, 2018.)
    SB18-070 by Senator(s) Neville T.; also Representative(s) Leonard and Humphrey--Concerning the
    elimination of ownership as a requirement to qualify for the property tax exemption for
    property that is used solely and exclusively for religious purposes, and, in connection
    therewith, enacting the "Church Property Tax Fairness Act".
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 27,
    2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 1, 2018.)
    SB18-097 by Senator(s) Neville T.; also Representative(s) Van Winkle--Concerning allowing a law-
    abiding person to carry a concealed handgun without a permit, and, in connection therewith,
    preserving current laws restricting the carrying of concealed handguns on certain property
    including public schools.
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 27,
    2018.)
    (Laid Over from March 1, 2018.)
    SB18-170 by Senator(s) Sonnenberg; also Representative(s) Hansen and McKean--Concerning a water
    court process by which an owner of a storage water right allowing water to be stored in new
    reservoir capacity may release water into an identified stream reach in a manner that protects
    the water releases while complying with mitigation measures identified in a fish and wildlife
    mitigation plan approved by the Colorado water conservation board.
    (Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Energy recommends the bill be amended as printed in
    Senate Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    SB18-172 by Senator(s) Gardner; also Representative(s) Lee--Concerning testing of horse racing
    licensees for the presence of prohibited substances.
    (Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Energy recommends the bill be amended as printed in
    Senate Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    SB18-175 by Senator(s) Gardner; also Representative(s) Lundeen--Concerning the prohibition against
    paid union activities by public employees.
    (Business, Labor, and Technology recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate
    Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    SB18-171 by Senator(s) Holbert and Williams A.; also Representative(s) Pabon and Sias--Concerning
    the creation of a test to determine whether a marketplace contractor that provides services on
    a marketplace platform is covered under certain employment-related laws.
    (Business, Labor, and Technology recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate
    Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    SB18-123 by Senator(s) Sonnenberg; also Representative(s) Liston--Concerning asbestos trust claim
    transparency.

    » CONSIDERATIONOF GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS - CONSENT CALENDAR

    Time: 10:00 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

      Description

      EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE
      DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CARE POLICY
      AND FINANCING
      effective January 8, 2018 for a term expiring at the pleasure of the Governor:
      Kim Bimestefer of Parker, Colorado, to serve as executive director of the Colorado
      Department of Health Care, Policy and Financing, and occasioned by the resignation of
      Susan E. Birch of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, appointed.
      (Health and Human Services recommends the above appointment be confirmed.)
      (Laid Over from March 1, 2018.)
      MEMBERS OF THE
      COLORADO CHANNEL AUTHORITY
      BOARD OF DIRECTORS
      for terms expiring October 6, 2019:
      Bart Warren Miller of Centennial, Colorado, an Unaffiliated, to serve as a representative who
      has experience in the business operations of broadcast journalism, and occasioned by the
      resignation of Scott Alan Nachtrieb of Highlands Ranch, Colorado, appointed;
      Megan Alyse Jurgemeyer of Denver, Colorado, a Democrat, who has experience in the
      business operations of broadcast journalism, and occasioned by the resignation of Timothy
      Michael Ryan of Aurora, Colorado, appointed.
      (State, Veterans, and Military Affairs recommends the above appointments be confirmed.)
      MEMBER OF THE
      STATE BOARD OF PAROLE
      for a term expiring July 1, 2020:
      Alfredo Enrique Pena of Denver, Colorado, to serve as a citizen representative, reappointed.
      (Judiciary recommends the above appointment be confirmed.)

      » JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE

      Time: 1:30 PM
      Room: Joint Budget Committee Room
      Chamber: Senate

      Bills coming up:

        Description

        Consideration of Figure Setting Recommendations for the Department of Health Care Policy and
        Financing (all divisions except Behavioral Health Community Services and Office of Community
        Living)
        PLEASE NOTE: Figure Setting Considerations Not Presented Today May be Considered
        Tomorrow

        » SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE

        Time: 1:30 PM
        Room: Senate Committee Room 352
        Chamber: Senate

        Bills coming up:

        Description

        HB18-1050 by Representative(s) Singer; also Senator(s) Fields--Competency To Proceed Juvenile
        Justice System
        HB18-1210 by Representative(s) Foote; also Senator(s) Cooke--Admr Of Judicial Security Peace
        Officer Status
        HB18-1233 by Representative(s) Duran and Lawrence; also Senator(s) Fenberg and Gardner--
        Consumer Reporting Agency Security Freeze Minors
        SB18-059 by Senator(s) Fields; also Representative(s) Pabon--Public Safety Information-sharing
        System
        FOR ACTION ONLY

        » SENATE BUSINESS, LABOR, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE

        Time: 2:00 PM
        Room: Senate Committee Room 354
        Chamber: Senate

        Bills coming up:

        Description

        SB18-109 by Senator(s) Gardner; also Representative(s) Garnett and Wist--Authorize Audio-video
        Communication Notarial Acts

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