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» SPECIAL ORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: House Chamber
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

HB18-1272 by Representative(s) Foote and Melton, Ginal, Hansen,Hooton, McLachlan, Pettersen, Roberts, Singer; also
Senator(s) Court--Concerning the availability of network-
level mobile phone distracted driving prevention
technology.
(Amendment recommended by Transportation and Energy Report, dated
April 5, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in
House Journal, April 6, 2018.)
(Laid Over from April 11, 2018.)
SB18-156 by Senator(s) Cooke; also Representative(s) Kennedy--
Concerning the publication of fiscal information by a
county.
(Amendment recommended by State, Veterans, and Military Affairs
Report, dated April 4, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also
printed in House Journal, April 5, 2018.)
SB18-076 by Senator(s) Lundberg; also Representative(s) Melton--
Concerning a ban on vote trading.
(Amendment recommended by State, Veterans, and Military Affairs
Report, dated April 4, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also
printed in House Journal, April 5, 2018.)
(Laid Over from April 9, 2018.)
HB18-1279 by Representative(s) Esgar, Buckner, Ginal, Kennedy,
Liston, McKean, Roberts; also Senator(s) Priola and
Moreno--Concerning a requirement that certain
practitioners prescribe controlled substances electronically.
(Amendment recommended by Health, Insurance, and Environment Report,
dated March 30, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also
printed in House Journal, April 2, 2018.)
HB18-1002 by Representative(s) Hamner and Rankin, McLachlan;
also Senator(s) Coram and Todd--Concerning teaching
fellowship programs to assist rural school districts in hiring
high-quality teachers, and, in connection therewith,
creating the "Rural Colorado Grow Your Own Educator
Act".
(Amendment recommended by Education Report, dated January 29, 2018,
and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal,
January 30, 2018.)
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 11,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1176 by Representative(s) Lee and Wist, Benavidez, Carver,
Foote, Herod, Lundeen, Melton, Salazar, Willett,
Weissman; also Senator(s) Cooke--Concerning
continuation of the grant program in the department of
corrections to provide funding to eligible community-based
organizations that provide reentry services to offenders,
and, in connection therewith, implementing the
recommendations in the 2017 report of the department of
regulatory agencies.
(Amendment recommended by Judiciary Report, dated March 29, 2018,
and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal,
March 30, 2018.)
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 11,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1179 by Representative(s) Salazar, Melton--Concerning a
prohibition against price gouging on certain prescription
drugs.
(Amendment recommended by Health, Insurance, and Environment Report,
dated March 8, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed
in House Journal, March 9, 2018.)
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 11,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1189 by Representative(s) Pettersen and Sias; also Senator(s)
Hill and Todd--Concerning pilot programs to expand
effective teacher residency programs across the state.
(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.)
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 11,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1200 by Representative(s) Lundeen and Garnett; also
Senator(s) Coram and Fields--Concerning cybercrime, and,
in connection therewith, criminalizing using a computer to
engage in prostitution of a minor, criminalizing skimming
payment cards, and making changes to the penalty
structure for cybercrime.
(Amendment recommended by Judiciary Report, dated March 20, 2018,
and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal,
March 21, 2018.)
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 11,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1285 by Representative(s) Pabon, Danielson, Garnett, Singer,
Arndt, Hooton, Landgraf; also Senator(s) Smallwood and
Todd, Aguilar, Guzman, Court--Concerning parking for
people with certain disabilities.
(Amendment recommended by Transportation and Energy Report, dated
April 4, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in
House Journal, April 5, 2018.)
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 11,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1301 by Representative(s) Roberts and McLachlan, Arndt--
Concerning the protection of water quality from adverse
impacts caused by mineral mining.
HB18-1341 by Representative(s) Danielson and Covarrubias--
Concerning creation of the Colorado state apprenticeship
resource directory.
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 11,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, April 11, 2018.)
SB18-033 by Senator(s) Sonnenberg; also Representative(s) Arndt
and Becker J.
--Concerning the continuation of the animal
feeding operation permit program under the department of
public health and environment, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
SB18-068 by Senator(s) Cooke; also Representative(s) Van Winkle
and Bridges
--Concerning criminalizing false reports, and,
in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amendment recommended by Judiciary Report, dated April 3, 2018, and
placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, April
4, 2018.)
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 11,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, April 11, 2018.)
SB18-108 by Senator(s) Crowder and Coram; also Representative(s)
Arndt and Singer--Concerning the issuance of
identification documents under the "Colorado Road and
Community Safety Act" to persons who are not lawfully
present in the United States, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 11,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, April 11, 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, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amendment recommended by Health, Insurance, and Environment Report,
dated April 3, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed
in House Journal, April 4, 2018.)
SB18-141 by Senator(s) Court; also Representative(s) Wilson and
Hansen
--Concerning voluntary contribution designations
on the Colorado individual income tax return form.
SB18-143 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Coram; also Representative(s)
Arndt and Wilson--Concerning measures to increase
revenue for the parks and wildlife division, and, in
connection therewith, setting certain hunting, fishing,
parks, and recreation fees.
SB18-207 by Senator(s) Moreno, Lambert, Lundberg; also
Representative(s) Rankin, Hamner, Young--Concerning
authority for the department of human services to retain
amounts from certain cash funds for its indirect costs.

» THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: House Chamber
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

SB18-066 by Senator(s) Sonnenberg and Garcia, Baumgardner, Coram, Crowder, Donovan, Fenberg, Guzman, Jahn, Jones, Kefalas, Martinez Humenik, Priola; also Representative(s) Arndt and Wist, Becker K., Carver, Esgar, Gray, Kennedy,Landgraf,Liston, Reyher, Roberts-- Concerning an extension of the operation of the state lottery division beyond July 1, 2024.
HB18-1355 by Representative(s) Pettersen and Sias; also Senator(s) Gardner and Moreno--Concerning changes to the accountability system for the elementary and secondary public education system to strengthen the accountability system for the benefit of students. (Amended as printed in House Journal, April 12, 2018.)
SB18-071 by Senator(s) Jahn and Crowder, Lambert, Cooke, Garcia, Guzman, Moreno, Priola, Smallwood, Tate, Todd, Williams A.; also Representative(s) Esgar, Kennedy-- Concerning an extension of the repeal of the state substance abuse trend and response task force, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
SB18-195 by Senator(s) Moreno, Lambert, Lundberg; also Representative(s) Rankin, Hamner, Young--Concerning a requirement that the money in the healthcare affordability and sustainability fee c20:49:40sh fund be appropriated annually rather than continuously appropriated.
SB18-202 by Senator(s) Lambert, Lundberg, Moreno; also Representative(s) Hamner, Young, Rankin--Concerning the exemption of the Colorado firefighting air corps fund from the maximum reserve.
SB18-144 by Senator(s) Kerr; also Representative(s) Willett and Hansen- Concerning the regulation of bicycles 
approaching intersections approaching intersections. (Amended as printed in House Journal, April 12, 2018.)
HB18-1260 by Representative(s) Ginal and Jackson; also Senator(s) Moreno--Concerning prescription drug price transparency. (Amended as printed in House Journal, April 12, 2018.)
 

» GENERAL ORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: House Chamber
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

HB18-1209 by Representative(s) Pettersen and Garnett--Concerningamendments to the state income tax deduction for
contributions to a qualified 529 account to ensure that the
state income tax deduction is not aligned with the changes
in the federal "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" of 2017 that allow
tax-free distributions for elementary and secondary school
expenses.
(Laid Over from April 9, 2018.)
HB18-1007 by Representative(s) Kennedy and Singer, Pettersen; also
Senator(s) Lambert and Jahn, Aguilar, Tate--Concerning
payment issues related to substance use disorders.
(Amendment recommended by Public Health Care and Human Services
Report, dated March 13, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report
also printed in House Journal, March 14, 2018.)
(Laid Over from April 9, 2018.)
HB18-1011 by Representative(s) Pabon; also Senator(s) Neville T. and
Jahn--Concerning measures to allow greater investment
flexibility in marijuana businesses.
(Amendment recommended by Finance Report, dated February 28, 2018,
and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal,
March 1, 2018.)
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated March 27,
2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
Journal, March 27, 2018.)
(Laid Over from April 10, 2018.)
HB18-1342 by Representative(s) Melton--Concerning a requirement
that a common interest community created in Colorado
before July 1, 1992, comply with a provision of the
"Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act" that allows a
majority of the unit owners in a common interest
community to veto a budget proposed by the executive
board of the common interest community.
SB18-178 by Senator(s) Smallwood; also Representative(s) Kraft-
Tharp
--Concerning the definition of similar coverage for
workers' compensation for certain operators of commercial
vehicles.
HB18-1302 by Representative(s) Ginal and Landgraf; also Senator(s)
Marble--Concerning the allowance of the department of
public health and environment to waive certification
requirements for toxicology laboratories that have been
accredited by an entity using recognized forensic
standards.
(Amendment recommended by Health, Insurance, and Environment Report,
dated April 10, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed
in House Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1313 by Representative(s) Ginal and Becker J.; also Senator(s)
Aguilar and Priola--Concerning the allowance of a
pharmacist to serve as a practitioner under certain
circumstances.
(Amendment recommended by Health, Insurance, and Environment Report,
dated April 10, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed
in House Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1273 by Representative(s) Salazar and Esgar--Concerning
protection for Colorado residents from federal government
overreach based on a person's status.
(Amendment recommended by Judiciary Report, dated April 10, 2018,
and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal,
April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1288 by
Representative(s) Young--Concerning the implementation of conflict-free case management for
individuals receiving home- and community-based services
under the medical assistance program.
(Amendment recommended by Public Health Care and Human Services
Report, dated April 10, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also
printed in House Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1346 by Representative(s) Singer and Landgraf; also
Senator(s) Smallwood and Kefalas--Concerning child
abuse related to youth who are under the continuing
jurisdiction of the court in an out-of-home placement when
they are younger than twenty-one years of age.
(Amendment recommended by Public Health Care and Human Services
Report, dated April 10, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also
printed in House Journal, April 11, 2018.)
HB18-1348 by Representative(s) Singer and Landgraf; also
Senator(s) Gardner and Kefalas--Concerning families
involved in the child welfare system, and, in connection
therewith, prioritizing services and providing support for
foster parents.
(Amendment recommended by Public Health Care and Human Services
Report, dated April 10, 2018, and placed in member's bill file; Report also
printed in House Journal, April 11, 2018.)

» CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION(S)

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: House Chamber
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

SJR18-009 by Senator(s) Cooke and Baumgardner, Holbert; also
Representative(s) Sandridge and Sias--Concerning
declaring the week of May 13-19, 2018, as Police Week,
and, in connection therewith, declaring May 15, 2018, as
Peace Officers' Memorial Day.
HJR18-1014 by Representative(s) Michaelson Jenet and McKean; also
Senator(s) Todd and Cooke--Concerning the declaration of
April 9, 2018, through April 13, 2018, as "Holocaust
Awareness Week".
HJR18-1018 by Representative(s) Saine and Neville P.; also Senator(s)
Marble and Garcia--Concerning honoring Gold Star
Families.

» CONSIDERATION OF SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HOUSE BILLS(RESOLUTIONS)

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: House Chamber
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

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.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, March 6, 2018.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 10, 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.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, March 5, 2018.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 12, 2018.)
HB18-1146 by Representative(s) Melton; also Senator(s) Coram--
Concerning the continuation under the sunset law of the
measurement standards law.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, February 27,
2018.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 12, 2018.)

» JOINT TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE

Time: Upon Adjournment
Room: Senate Committee Room 352
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

    Description

    --OIT Project Dashboards
    --Executive Session on Cybersecurity
    --Other Business

    » THIRDREADING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE

    Time: 8:30 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    HB18-1040 by Representative(s) Benavidez; also Senator(s) Fields--Concerning incentives for provision
    of sex offender services in the department of corrections.
    HCR18-1001
    by Representative(s) Lee and Wist; also Senator(s) Court and Gardner--Submitting to the
    registered electors of the state of Colorado an amendment to the Colorado constitution
    concerning a change in the format of the election ballot for judicial retention elections.
    (Requires 24 votes for passage.)

    » GENERALORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS

    Time: 8:30 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    HB18-1069 by Representative(s) Arndt and Thurlow; also Senator(s) Coram--Concerning the allowable
    uses of reclaimed domestic wastewater, and, in connection therewith, allowing reclaimed
    domestic wastewater to be used for toilet flushing and making an appropriation.
    SB18-012 by Senator(s) Hill; also Representative(s) Pettersen--Concerning including military
    enlistment as part of the postsecondary and workforce readiness performance indicator for
    public schools.
    SB18-024 by Senator(s) Jahn and Tate; also Representative(s) Singer--Concerning modifications to
    the Colorado health service corps program administered by the department of public health
    and environment to expand the availability of behavioral health care providers in shortage
    areas in the state.
    (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, April 11,
    2018.)
    SB18-083 by Senator(s) Lundberg; also Representative(s) Ransom--Concerning the creation of income
    tax credits for nonpublic education.
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 11,
    2018.)
    SB18-191 by Senator(s) Gardner; also Representative(s) Carver--Concerning the local government
    limited gaming impact fund.
    (Finance recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, March 14, 2018.)
    SB18-193 by Senator(s) Coram; also Representative(s) (None)--Concerning additional limitations on
    state agency occupational regulations.
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 11,
    2018.)
    SB18-145 by Senator(s) Kefalas; also Representative(s) Ginal--Concerning the implementation of
    employment first advisory partnership recommendations to advance competitive integrated
    employment for persons with disabilities.
    (Business, Labor, and Technology recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate
    Journal, March 1, 2018.)
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 11,
    2018.)

    » GENERALORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS (CONTINUED)

    Time: 8:30 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    SB18-225 by Senator(s) Lambert; also Representative(s) Hamner--Concerning the definition of an
    early college for purposes of the "Concurrent Enrollment Programs Act".
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 11,
    2018.)
    SB18-221 by Senator(s) Coram; also Representative(s) Catlin--Concerning the election of a county
    commissioner in a county with a population of less than seventy thousand by the voters
    residing in the district from which the commissioner runs for election.
    SB18-042 by Senator(s) Donovan and Crowder; also Representative(s) Catlin and McLachlan--
    Concerning the creation of the agricultural workforce development program.
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 11,
    2018.)
    SB18-061 by Senator(s) Sonnenberg and Grantham; also Representative(s) (None)--Concerning a
    reduction of the state income tax rate.
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 11,
    2018.)
    SB18-077 by Senator(s) Crowder; also Representative(s) Reyher and Valdez--Concerning a state sales
    and use tax exemption for used motor vehicles.
    (Finance recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 2, 2018.)
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 11,
    2018.)
    SB18-085 by Senator(s) Todd; also Representative(s) McLachlan--Concerning providing financial
    incentives for educators to work in rural areas.
    (Education recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 2, 2018.)
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 11,
    2018.)
    SB18-150 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Lundberg; also Representative(s) McKean and Lee--Concerning
    measures to facilitate voter registration of individuals in the criminal justice system.
    (State, Veterans, and Military Affairs recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate
    Journal, February 15, 2018.)
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 11,
    2018.)
    SB18-203 by Senator(s) Marble; also Representative(s) Lontine--Concerning the provision of
    independent counsel to indigent defendants in municipal courts.
    (Judiciary recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, March 29, 2018.)
    SB18-231 by Senator(s) Lambert and Moreno; also Representative(s) Young--Concerning a task force
    on the transition of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities from educational
    services to home- and community-based services, and, in connection therewith, making an
    appropriation.
    SB18-230 by Senator(s) Marble; also Representative(s) Saine--Concerning modification of the laws
    governing the establishment of drilling units for oil and gas wells, and, in connection
    therewith, clarifying that a drilling unit may include more than one well, providing limited
    immunity to nonconsenting owners subject to pooling orders, adjusting cost recovery from
    nonconsenting owners, and modifying the conditions upon which a pooling order may be
    entered.

    » CONSIDERATIONOF GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS - CONSENT CALENDAR

    Time: 8:30 AM
    Room: Senate Chamber
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

      Description

      MEMBERS OF THE
      COLORADO BANKING BOARD
      for terms expiring July 1, 2021:
      Timothy Patrick Daly of Evergreen, Colorado, to serve as a representative of a money
      transmitter organization licensed pursuant to Article 52 of Title 12, appointed;
      Ronald Keith Tilton of Littleton, Colorado, to serve as an executive officer of a state bank,
      with not less than five years’ practical experience as an active executive officer of a bank,
      appointed;
      Laura Gene Miller of Littleton, Colorado, to serve as an executive officer of a trust company,
      appointed.
      MEMBER OF THE
      PUBLIC EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT BENEFIT PLANS
      for a term expiring July 10, 2021:
      Susan Grace Murphy of Denver, Colorado, to serve as a representative with experience and
      competence in investment, management, finance, banking, economics, accounting, pension
      administration, or actuarial analysis, and as a Democrat, reappointed.
      (Finance recommends the above appointments be confirmed.)

      » JOINT TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE

      Time: Upon Adjournment
      Room: Senate Committee Room 352
      Chamber: Senate

      Bills coming up:

        Description

        OIT Project Dashboards
        Executive Session on Cybersecurity
        Other Business

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