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» THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE

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

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-009 by Senator(s) Ginal and Hisey, Liston; also Representative(s)
Bird and Benavidez, Bockenfeld–Concerning catalytic
converters, and, in connection therewith, Enacting measures
to address the theft of catalytic converters.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 11, 2022.)
(Laid Over from April 12, 2022.)
HB22-1230 by Representative(s) Duran and Exum; also Senator(s) Fields
and Priola–Concerning the employment support and job
retention services program, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1151 by Representative(s) Catlin and Roberts; also Senator(s)
Bridges and Simpson–Concerning measures to incentivize
water-wise landscapes, and, in connection therewith, creating a
state program to finance the voluntary replacement of irrigated
turf, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1388 by Representative(s) Valdez A.; also Senator(s) Priola and
Winter–Concerning the regulation of vehicles related to their
ownership, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1391 by Representative(s) McCluskie, Herod, Ransom; also
Senator(s) Hansen and Rankin, Zenzinger–Concerning the state
severance tax on oil and gas, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1358 by Representative(s) Sirota; also Senator(s) Winter and
Fields–Concerning measures to eliminate the presence of lead
in the drinking water of certain facilities where children are
present, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-183 by Senator(s) Winter and Gardner; also Representative(s)
Duran and Weissman–Concerning programs that provide
services to crime victims.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-208 by Senator(s) Winter and Simpson; also Representative(s)
Lynch and Roberts–Concerning just compensation for the
condemnation of property encumbered by a conservation
easement in gross.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-223 by Senator(s) Hinrichsen; also Representative(s) Lindsay and
Snyder
–Concerning the requirement that businesses licensed to
sell motor vehicles have a principal place of business.
SB22-165 by Senator(s) Bridges; also Representative(s) Lindsay and
Geitner
–Concerning the creation of the Colorado career advisor
training program, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-027 by Senator(s) Smallwood and Rodriguez; also Representative(s)
Michaelson Jenet and Larson–Concerning changes to the
prescription drug monitoring program pursuant to the March
2021 audit report issued by the office of the state auditor.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1064 by Representative(s) Mullica and Bacon; also Senator(s) Priola
and Fields–Concerning tobacco products, and, in connection
therewith, prohibiting the distribution of flavored cigarettes,
tobacco products, or nicotine products, amending the definition
of cigarette, tobacco product, or nicotine product to include
products containing synthetic nicotine, prohibiting the
distribution of synthetic nicotine products, and directing the
prevention services division in the department of public health
and environment to convene a working group to develop and
implement a grant program to address the needs of communities
disproportionately impacted by tobacco and nicotine marketing,
sales, and use.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-114 by Senator(s) Hisey and Story; also Representative(s) Roberts
and Catlin
, McCluskie, Pico–Concerning fire suppression
ponds, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-113 by Senator(s) Hansen and Buckner; also Representative(s)
Tipper and Bacon–Concerning the use of personal identifying
data, and, in connection therewith, creating a task force for the
consideration of facial recognition services, restricting the use
of facial recognition services by law enforcement agencies,
temporarily prohibiting state and local government agencies and
schools from executing new contracts for facial recognition
services, and making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-140 by Senator(s) Coleman and Gardner; also Representative(s)
McLachlan and Amabile–Concerning the expansion of
experiential learning opportunities through relationships with
employers, and, in connection therewith, establishing a work-
based learning incentive program, a digital navigation program,
a career-aligned English as a second language program, A
global talent task force to study in-demand occupations, and
making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-159 by Senator(s) Bridges and Zenzinger; also Representative(s)
Ortiz and Will–Concerning the creation of a revolving loan
fund within the division of housing in the department of local
affairs to make investments in transformational affordable
housing, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-160 by Senator(s) Gonzales and Hinrichsen; also Representative(s)
Boesenecker and Lindsay, Jodeh, Woodrow–Concerning
programs to preserve mobile home communities, and, in
connection therewith, establishing a revolving loan and grant
program to assist mobile home owners seeking to purchase their
communities, and making an appropriation.
SB22-170 by Senator(s) Winter; also Representative(s) Gray and
Hooton
–Concerning permissible uses of the money in the waste
tire administration, enforcement, market development, and
cleanup fund, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1026 by Representative(s) Bird and Woog, Benavidez; also
Senator(s) Hansen and Liston, Kolker–Concerning the
replacement of the income tax deduction for amounts spent by
an employer to provide alternative transportation options to
employees with an income tax credit for amounts spent by an
employer for that purpose, and, in connection therewith, making
an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-150 by Senator(s) Danielson; also Representative(s) Duran and
Herod
–Concerning responding to the missing indigenous
persons crisis, and, in connection therewith, establishing the
office of liaison for missing and murdered indigenous relatives
and making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-180 by Senator(s) Winter and Hinrichsen; also Representative(s)
Gray and Bacon–Concerning programs to reduce ground level
ozone through increased use of transit.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-182 by Senator(s) Hansen and Coram; also Representative(s)
Daugherty and Young–Concerning measures to address
economic mobility for Coloradans, and, in connection
therewith, creating the economic mobility program within the
department of public health and environment and authorizing
the department of higher education to contract for the use of an
online platform to assist students with accessing public benefits
and making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-185 by Senator(s) Danielson and Buckner; also Representative(s)
Lindsay and Young–Concerning addressing the needs of older
Coloradans through the strategic investments in aging grant
program.
SB22-203 by Senator(s) Fields and Smallwood; also Representative(s)
Lontine and Soper–Concerning the department of health care
policy and financing’s oversight of contracted entities providing
services to the program of all-inclusive care for the elderly.

» GENERAL ORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS

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

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-153 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Priola; also Representative(s)
Lontine–Concerning increasing internal election security
measures, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Amendment recommended by State, Civic, Military, and Veterans Affairs
Report, dated April 18, 2022, and placed in member’s bill file; Report also
printed in House Journal, April 19, 2022.)
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated April 26, 2022,
and placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, April 26,
2022.)
(Laid Over from April 28, 2022.)

» CONSIDERATION OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT(S)

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

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-110 by Senator(s) Sonnenberg and Kolker; also Representative(s)
Pelton–Concerning a requirement that a wind-powered energy
generation facility be equipped with light mitigating technology.
House Conferees: Representative(s) Hooton, Chair, Cutter, Pelton
Senate Conferees: Senator(s) Kolker, Chair, Hansen, Sonnenberg
(First Report of First Conference Committee printed in House Journal, May 3,
2022.)

» CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION(S)

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

Bills coming up:

Description

SJR22-006 by Senator(s) Cooke and Zenzinger; also Representative(s) Will
and Bird
–Concerning declaring the week of May 11-16, 2022,
as Police Week, and, in connection therewith, declaring May
15, 2022, as Peace Officers’ Memorial Day.
(Laid Over from March 16, 2022.)
SJR22-010 by Senator(s) Cooke and Hinrichsen; also Representative(s)
Ortiz and Geitner–Concerning the availability of Hyperbaric
Oxygen Therapy as a treatment option for residents of the state
of Colorado experiencing Traumatic Brain Injury or Post-
Traumatic Stress Disorder.
(Laid Over from April 29, 2022.)
HJR22-1025 by Representative(s) Esgar and McKean, Garnett; also
Senator(s) Fenberg and Gardner, Moreno–Concerning the
designation of the convening date for the First Regular Session
of the Seventy-fourth General Assembly and the addition of a
Joint Rule establishing deadlines that apply to the Senate and
House of Representatives for the session based on the
convening date.
(Laid Over from April 29, 2022.)

» CONSIDERATION OF SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HOUSE BILLS

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

Bills coming up:

Description

HB22-1272 by Representative(s) Gonzales-Gutierrez and Benavidez; also
Senator(s) Gonzales and Rodriguez–Concerning the repeal of
the provision awarding a defendant attorney fees in a tort action
when the case is dismissed on motion of the defendant prior to
trial.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, March 25, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 26, 2022.)
(Laid Over from April 28, 2022.)
HB22-1083 by Representative(s) Tipper and Rich; also Senator(s) Winter
and Simpson–Concerning the creation of the Colorado
homeless contribution income tax credit, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 18, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 28 and 29, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 2, 2022.)
HB22-1133 by Representative(s) Gray and Caraveo; also Senator(s)
Winter–Concerning an advance payment of premiums for state
employee family and medical leave insurance coverage from the
revenue loss restoration cash fund to the family and medical
leave insurance fund for use by the division of family and
medical leave insurance to implement services prescribed under
the “Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Act”, and, in
connection therewith, reducing an appropriation.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 4, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 28, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 2, 2022.)
HB22-1347 by Representative(s) Daugherty; also Senator(s) Rodriguez–Concerning workers’ compensation, and, in
connection therewith, increasing funeral benefits, allowing for
advance mileage expense payments, addressing the payment of
scheduled ratings, and requiring reporting of certain active
medical treatments.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 18, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 28, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 2, 2022.)
HB22-1067 by Representative(s) Woodrow and Gonzales-Gutierrez; also
Senator(s) Lee and Rodriguez–Concerning clarifying changes
to measures that ensure defendants have a prompt bond hearing,
and, in connection therewith, making and reducing an
appropriation.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 11, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 29, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1114 by Representative(s) Larson and Valdez A.; also Senator(s)
Zenzinger and Kirkmeyer–Concerning authorizing a
transportation network company to provide nonmedical
transportation services to persons who are enrolled in certain
medicaid waiver programs, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 25, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 29, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1301 by Representative(s) Soper and Roberts, Holtorf, McLachlan,
Pelton, Rich, Titone, Will; also Senator(s) Donovan and
Simpson–Concerning the treatment of controlled environment
agricultural facilities for property tax purposes.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 18, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 29, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1243 by Representative(s) Exum and Van Winkle; also Senator(s)
Kolker and Hinrichsen–Concerning programs that provide
funding to improve school safety, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 14, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 27 and April 29, 2022.)
HB22-1285 by Representative(s) Neville and Esgar, Daugherty; also
Senator(s) Moreno and Cooke–Concerning a prohibition against
a hospital taking certain debt collection actions against a patient
if the hospital is not in compliance with hospital price
transparency laws.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 26, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 2, 2022.)
HB22-1317 by Representative(s) Tipper; also Senator(s) Bridges–Concerning restrictive employment agreements.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 18, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 2, 2022.)

» APPROPRIATIONS

Time: 8:00 AM
Room: Old State Library
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

HB22-1115 Kipp and Soper–Prescription Drug Monitoring
Program
HB22-1315 Snyder and Rich–Colorado 2-1-1 Collaborative
Funding
HB22-1322 Benavidez and Valdez A.–Water Quality Regulation
HB22-1328 Titone and McLachlan–Modify Main St Bus Recovery
Loan Prog
SB22-004 McCluskie–Evidence-based Training In Science Of
Reading
SB22-051 Sirota–Policies To Reduce Emissions From Built Envt
SB22-068 Lontine and Woog–Provider Tool To View All-payer
Claims Database
SB22-118 Holtorf and Valdez D.–Encourage Geothermal Energy
Use
SB22-190 Ortiz–United States Space Force Special License Plate
SB22-193 Valdez A. And Froelich–Air Quality Improvement
Investments
SB22-195 Catlin and Valdez D.–Modifications To Conservation
District Grant Fund
SB22-198 Weissman and Will–Orphaned Oil and Gas Wells
Enterprise
SB22-215 Herod and McCluskie–Infrastructure Investment and
Jobs Act Cash Fund
SB22-216 Herod and McCluskie–Reallocation Of Limited
Gaming Revenues
SB22-227 Valdez D. And Will–Continue DOA Spending
Authority Ag Programs

» BUSINESS AFFAIRS AND LABOR

Time: Upon Adjournment
Room: House Committee Room 0112
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

HB22-1412 Garnett and Van Winkle–Sunset Division Of Gaming
SB22-218 McKean and Garnett–Sunset bill sponsorship
HB22-1415 Bird and McKean–Repeal Registered Manager
Reqmnt Liquor Licensees
HB22-1417 Roberts and Larson–Alcohol Beverages Task Force and
Retailer Licenses
SB22-124 Ortiz and Van Winkle–SALT Parity Act
SB22-209 Roberts and Pelton–Meat Processing Grant and Loan
Assistance
SB22-161 Duran and Froelich–Wage Theft Employee
Misclassification Enforcement
SB22-228 Valdez A.–Retail Establishments Accept Cash
Enforcement
SB22-229 Bernett and Gray–Release Deed Of Trust Without
Evidence Of Debt
–Any other bills referred to the committee may be heard at this time

» HOUSE EDUCATION

Time: Upon Adjournment
Room: House Committee Room 0107
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-069 McLachlan and Froelich–Learning Disruption Effect
On Teacher Evaluation
SB22-070 McLachlan and McCluskie–K-12 Licensed Personnel
Performance Evaluations
SB22-085 McLachlan and Catlin–Colorado Safe Student
Protection Program
SB22-207 Bacon–Prevention Of Title IX Misconduct In Public
Schs
–Any other bills referred to the committee may be heard at this time.

» HEALTH AND INSURANCE

Time: Upon Adjournment
Room: Old State Library
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-186 Mullica and McKean–Create Colorado Rare Disease
Advisory Council
SB22-187 Cutter and Lindsay–Supporting Recovery Programs
Persons Who Wander
SB22-226 Mullica–Programs To Support Health-care Workforce
SB22-040 Will and Lontine–Actuarial Reviews Health Ins
Mandate Legislation
–Any other bills referred to the committee may be heard at this time.

» HOUSE STATE, CIVIC, MILITARY, AND VETERANS AFFAIRS

Time: Upon Adjournment
Room: Legislative Services Building Hearing Room A
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

HB22-1413 Esgar and McKean–Remote Testimony Before
Legislative Committees
HB22-1416 Esgar and Neville–Property Tax Administrative
Procedures
SB22-163 Ricks–Establish State Procurement Equity Program
SB22-206 Amabile–Disaster Preparedness and Recovery
Resources
SB22-222 Kennedy and Weissman–Amount Of Tax Owed Table
For Initiatives
SB22-080 Roberts–Wildland Fire Investigations
SB22-151 McCluskie and Will–Safe Crossings For Colorado
Wildlife and Motorists
SB22-235 Herod and McCluskie–County Admin Of Public
Assistance Programs
–Any Other Bills Referred to the Committee May be Heard at this
Time

» APPROPRIATIONS

Time: 2:00 PM
Room: Old State Library
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

Description

HB22-1401
Mullica–Hospital Nurse Staffing Standards
–Any Other Bills Referred to the Committee May be Heard at this Time
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» SPECIALORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: Senate Chamber
Chamber: Senate

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-234 by Senator(s) Hansen and Rankin; also Representative(s) Ortiz and Snyder–Concerning
unemployment compensation.
(Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 2, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1354 by Representative(s) Lindsay and Michaelson Jenet; also Senator(s) Winter–Concerning mental
health in workers’ compensation cases.
(Business, Labor, and Technology recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
May 2, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1399 by Representative(s) Ortiz and Boesenecker; also Senator(s) Ginal–Concerning consumer
protection relating to music therapy services.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1014 by Representative(s) Jodeh; also Senator(s) Pettersen–Concerning the creation of an epilepsy
awareness special license plate, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1042 by Representative(s) Exum and Van Winkle; also Senator(s) Buckner and Hisey–Concerning
the ability of a teen parent to attend driving school without a cost, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Transportation and Energy recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
April 28, 2022.)
(Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1056 by Representative(s) Michaelson Jenet and Gonzales-Gutierrez; also Senator(s)
Moreno–Concerning emergency temporary care for children, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1215 by Representative(s) McCluskie and Bacon; also Senator(s) Bridges–Concerning expanding
opportunities for high school students to enroll in postsecondary courses, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1220 by Representative(s) Kipp and McLachlan; also Senator(s) Zenzinger and Coram–Concerning
removing barriers in educator preparation to support educator candidates entering the educator
workforce, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Education recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 28, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1235 by Representative(s) McCormick and Catlin; also Senator(s) Ginal–Concerning the
continuation of the regulation of veterinary practice by the state board of veterinary medicine,
and, in connection therewith, implementing the recommendations of the 2021 sunset report on
the “Colorado Veterinary Practice Act” by the department of regulatory agencies, adding
registration requirements for veterinary technicians, adding veterinary technicians to the state
board of veterinary medicine, allowing certain unlicensed individuals to administer rabies
vaccinations, and making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SPECIAL ORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS (continued)
HB22-1267 by Representative(s) Valdez A.and Boesenecker; also Senator(s) Ginal and Fields–Concerning
culturally relevant training available to health-care professionals, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
April 20, 2022.)
(Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1278 by Representative(s) Young and Pelton; also Senator(s) Lee and Simpson–Concerning the
creation of the behavioral health administration, and, in connection therewith, making and
reducing an appropriation.
(Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
April 28, 2022.)
(Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1289 by Representative(s) Gonzales-Gutierrez and McCluskie; also Senator(s) Moreno–Concerning
improving access to health benefits for economically insecure Colorado families by enhancing
public health programs, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
April 28, 2022.)
(Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1290 by Representative(s) Titone and Ortiz; also Senator(s) Zenzinger and Coram–Concerning
changes to medicaid to allow for expedited repairs to complex rehabilitation technology, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1304 by Representative(s) Roberts and Bradfield; also Senator(s) Coleman and
Gonzales–Concerning state grants for investments in affordable housing at the local level, and,
in connection therewith, creating the local investments in transformational affordable housing
grant program and the infrastructure and strong communities grant program to invest in infill
infrastructure projects that support affordable housing, and making an appropriation.
(Local Government recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
April 28, 2022.)
(Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1318 by Representative(s) Benavidez; also Senator(s) Fields–Concerning the extension of the law
enforcement, public safety, and criminal justice information sharing grant program deadline.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1325 by Representative(s) Kennedy and Caraveo; also Senator(s) Ginal–Concerning alternative
payment models for primary care services, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
April 28, 2022.)
(Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1349 by Representative(s) Duran and Will; also Senator(s) Bridges and Priola–Concerning
improving decision-making to enhance postsecondary student success, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1352 by Representative(s) Mullica; also Senator(s) Jaquez Lewis–Concerning a stockpile of
essential materials that may be utilized in the event of a declared disaster emergency, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SPECIAL ORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS (continued)
HB22-1359 by Representative(s) Bacon and Snyder; also Senator(s) Rodriguez–Concerning the creation of
the Colorado household financial recovery pilot program, and, in connection therewith, making
an appropriation.
(Finance recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 29, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1159 by Representative(s) Cutter; also Senator(s) Priola–Concerning waste diversion, and, in
connection therewith, creating the circular economy development center in the department of
public health and environment, establishing the costs of operating the center as a permissible
use of money from the front range waste diversion cash fund and the recycling resources
economic opportunity fund, and extending and removing certain repeal dates associated with
existing statutory waste diversion efforts.
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1010 by Representative(s) Sirota and Van Beber; also Senator(s) Buckner and
Kirkmeyer–Concerning an income tax credit for eligible early childhood educators, and in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Finance recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 27, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)

» THIRDREADING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE - CONSENT CALENDAR

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: Senate Chamber
Chamber: Senate

Bills coming up:

Description

HB22-1403 by Representative(s) Jodeh; also Senator(s) Buckner–Concerning a three-month delay in the
implementation of health-care billing requirements for indigent patients established in House
Bill 21-1198.
SB22-172 by Senator(s) Winter and Rankin; also Representative(s) Roberts and Rich–Concerning an
initiative to increase the number of health-care professionals practicing in Colorado’s rural
areas, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1052 by Representative(s) McLachlan and McKean; also Senator(s) Priola and Moreno–Concerning
promoting behavioral health crisis services to school-age students, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
HB22-1091 by Representative(s) Soper and Weissman; also Senator(s) Gardner and Bridges–Concerning
the online availability of opinions issued by Colorado courts, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
HB22-1120 by Representative(s) Van Winkle and Neville; also Senator(s) Woodward and
Bridges–Concerning the recreation of the school security disbursement program to provide
funding for local education providers to implement school security improvements to prevent
incidents of school violence.
HB22-1146 by Representative(s) Larson and McCluskie; also Senator(s) Lundeen and
Kirkmeyer–Concerning the investment of money in the public school fund.
HB22-1260 by Representative(s) Froelich; also Senator(s) Simpson and Fields–Concerning ensuring
students have reasonable access to medically necessary services in schools.
HB22-1284 by Representative(s) Esgar and Catlin; also Senator(s) Gardner and Pettersen–Concerning
updates to state surprise billing laws to facilitate the implementation of surprise billing
protections, and, in connection therewith, aligning state law with the federal “No Surprises Act”
and making an appropriation.
(Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE - CONSENT CALENDAR (continued)
HB22-1310 by Representative(s) Larson and Kipp; also Senator(s) Bridges and Woodward–Concerning
the alignment of the state income tax deduction for contributions to a 529 account with the
changes in the federal “Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of
2019" that allows tax-free distributions for eligible apprenticeship programs.
HB22-1320 by Representative(s) Kipp and Larson; also Senator(s) Zenzinger and Woodward–Concerning
the achieving a better life experience (ABLE) savings program for individuals with disabilities,
and, in connection therewith, modifying who may create and control an ABLE program
account, preventing the state from filing certain claims against an ABLE program account upon
the death of the designated beneficiary, and allowing contributions to an ABLE program
account that are withdrawn for qualified disability expenses to be deducted from a taxpayer’s
federal taxable income for purposes of determining the taxpayer’s state taxable income, and
making an appropriation.
HB22-1382 by Representative(s) McCluskie and Catlin; also Senator(s) Donovan–Concerning the
designation and promotion of dark sky locations in Colorado.
HB22-1398 by Representative(s) Bird and Holtorf; also Senator(s) Kolker and Liston–Concerning the
designation of registered agents by insurance companies for the purpose of receiving service of
process, and, in connection therewith, requiring the commissioner of insurance to maintain a list
of such registered agents and describing circumstances when service of process may be made
on the commissioner rather than on an insurance company’s registered agent.

» THIRDREADING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: Senate Chamber
Chamber: Senate

Bills coming up:

Description

HB22-1218 by Representative(s) Valdez A.; also Senator(s) Winter and Priola–Concerning resource
efficiency related to constructing a building for occupancy.
(Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, April 29, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SB22-224 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Gardner; also Representative(s) Titone and Soper–Concerning the
creation of the “Donor-conceived Persons and Families of Donor-conceived Persons Protection
Act”, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-179 by Senator(s) Ginal and Liston; also Representative(s) Lontine–Concerning measures to
address tampering with a motor vehicle’s emission control system.
(Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
SB22-238 by Senator(s) Hansen and Rankin; also Representative(s) Weissman and Neville–Concerning
reductions in real property taxation for only the 2023 and 2024 property tax years, and, in
connection therewith, reducing the assessment rates for certain classes of nonresidential
property and all residential property and the amount of actual value to which the rate is applied
for all residential real property and commercial property for 2023; reducing the assessment rates
for all multi-family residential real property to a set amount for 2024; reducing the assessment
rates for all residential real property other than multi-family residential real property for 2024
by an amount determined by the property tax administrator to cumulatively with the other
provisions of the bill reduce statewide property tax revenue for 2023 and 2024 by a specified
amount; reducing the assessment rates for real and personal property that is classified as
agricultural or renewable energy production property for 2024; and requiring the state to
reimburse local governments, excluding school districts, in 2024 for 2023 reductions in their
property tax revenue resulting from the bill.
(Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)

» CONSIDERATIONOF HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO SENATE BILLS

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: Senate Chamber
Chamber: Senate

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-001 by Senator(s) Buckner and Hinrichsen; also Representative(s) Ricks and Tipper–Concerning
crime prevention through safer streets utilizing design management strategies, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 27, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SB22-002 by Senator(s) Ginal and Story; also Representative(s) Cutter and Will–Concerning increasing
the resources available for fire protection services provided by volunteer and seasonal
firefighters, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 27, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SB22-008 by Senator(s) Zenzinger and Priola; also Representative(s) McLachlan and
McKean–Concerning postsecondary education support for certain students who have been in
out-of-home placement, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 26, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SB22-028 by Senator(s) Simpson and Sonnenberg; also Representative(s) Roberts and
Catlin–Concerning the creation of the groundwater compact compliance and sustainability fund,
and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 27, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SB22-130 by Senator(s) Rankin and Hansen; also Representative(s) McCluskie–Concerning the
authority for state public entities to enter into public-private partnerships for public projects,
and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 26, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SB22-144 by Senator(s) Zenzinger; also Representative(s) Kipp and Rich–Concerning the provision of
transportation services by a transportation network company not in connection with a business
operated for profit.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 27, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SB22-162 by Senator(s) Zenzinger and Kirkmeyer; also Representative(s) Woodrow and
Lynch–Concerning the modernization of the terminology used in the Colorado Revised Statutes
relating to the organization of Colorado state governmental agencies without altering the status
of the powers assigned to those agencies pursuant to the “Administrative Organization Act of
1968".
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 26, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SB22-212 by Senator(s) Lee and Cooke; also Representative(s) Herod and Soper–Concerning the
nonsubstantive revision of statutes in the Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended, and, in
connection therewith, amending or repealing obsolete, imperfect, and inoperative law to
preserve the legislative intent, effect, and meaning of the law.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 27, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
SB22-021 by Senator(s) Rodriguez and Lee; also Representative(s) Benavidez and Amabile–Concerning
the treatment of persons with behavioral health disorders in the justice system, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 29, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 3, 2022.)
CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO SENATE BILLS (continued)
SB22-106 by Senator(s) Kolker and Sonnenberg; also Representative(s) Michaelson Jenet and
Rich–Concerning addressing conflicts of interest in regional organizations responsible for
public behavioral health services, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 2, 2022.)
SB22-107 by Senator(s) Gardner; also Representative(s) Snyder–Concerning the creation of a Pikes Peak
international hill climb special license plate, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 2, 2022.)
SB22-192 by Senator(s) Zenzinger and Simpson; also Representative(s) Esgar and Catlin–Concerning
the creation of opportunities for credential attainment, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 2, 2022.)

» <I>(PENDINGHOUSE ACTION)</I>

Time: 9:00 AM
Room: Senate Chamber
Chamber: Senate

Bills coming up:

Description

(Conference Committee Reports on Senate bills must be acted upon by the House of Representatives first.)
SB22-110 by Senator(s) Sonnenberg and Kolker; also Representative(s) Pelton–Concerning a
requirement that a wind-powered energy generation facility be equipped with light mitigating
technology.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, April 22, 2022.)
Senate Conferees: Senators Kolker, Chair; Hansen; Sonnenberg
House Conferees: Representatives Hooton, Chair; Cutter; Pelton
(First Report of First Conference Committee printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)

» SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE

Time: 7:30 AM
Room: Legislative Services Building Hearing Room B
Chamber: Senate

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-043 by Senator(s) Cooke; also Representative(s) (None)–Restitution Services For Victims
SB22-232 by Senator(s) Bridges and Moreno; also Representative(s) Herod–Creation Of CO Workforce
Hous Trust Auth
SB22-237 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Holbert; also Representative(s) Kennedy and Larson–Ballot
Measure Campaign Finance
HB22-1007 by Representative(s) Valdez D. and Lynch; also Senator(s) Simpson and Lee–Assistance
Landowner Wildfire Mitigation
HB22-1053 by Representative(s) Valdez D. and Van Beber; also Senator(s) Hansen–Blockchain
Agriculture and Uniform Commercial Code
HB22-1122 by Representative(s) Will and Lindsay; also Senator(s) Jaquez Lewis–Pharmacy Benefit
Manager Prohibited Practices
HB22-1217 by Representative(s) Benavidez and Bockenfeld; also Senator(s) Ginal–Catalytic Converter
Records And Grant Program
HB22-1233 by Representative(s) Lontine and Soper; also Senator(s) Simpson and Ginal–Sunset Continue
Regulation Of Optometry
HB22-1251 by Representative(s) Roberts; also Senator(s) Bridges–Cardiac Arrest Management
HB22-1269 by Representative(s) Lontine; also Senator(s) Hansen–Health-care Sharing Plan Reporting
Reqmnts
HB22-1287 by Representative(s) Boesenecker and Hooton; also Senator(s) Winter–Protections For Mobile
Home Park Residents
HB22-1314 by Representative(s) Ricks and Hooton; also Senator(s) Gonzales and Sonnenberg–Towing
Carrier Nonconsensual Tows
HB22-1350 by Representative(s) McCluskie and Rich; also Senator(s) Bridges and Lundeen–Regional
Talent Development Initiative Grant Prog
HB22-1364 by Representative(s) Cutter and Soper; also Senator(s) Story–Food Pantry Assistance Grant
Program
(FOR ACTION ONLY)
HB22-1369 by Representative(s) Sirota and Pelton; also Senator(s) Story and Sonnenberg–Children’s
Mental Health Programs
HB22-1375 by Representative(s) Michaelson Jenet; also Senator(s) Buckner–Child Residential Treatment
and Runaway Youth
HB22-1389 by Representative(s) Herod; also Senator(s) Hinrichsen–Financial Literacy Exchange Program
HB22-1394 by Representative(s) Esgar and Roberts; also Senator(s) Winter and Donovan–Fund Just
Transition Community and Worker Supports
SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE (continued)
HB22-1400 by Representative(s) McCluskie and Tipper; also Senator(s) Moreno–Procedural Requirements
For State Enterprises
HB22-1402 by Representative(s) Garnett; also Senator(s) Hansen–Responsible Gaming Grant Program
HB22-1408 by Representative(s) Herod and Esgar; also Senator(s) Hisey and Moreno–Modify
Performance-based Incentive For Film Produc
HB22-1326 by Representative(s) Garnett and Lynch; also Senator(s) Pettersen and Cooke–Fentanyl
Accountability And Prevention
Any Other Bills Referred to Senate Appropriations May be Heard at this Time

» SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE

Time: 1:30 PM
Room: Old Supreme Court Chambers
Chamber: Senate

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-205 by Senator(s) Coram and Fenberg; also Representative(s) Valdez A.–Intoxicating Hemp and
Tetrahydrocannabinol Products
HB22-1259 by Representative(s) Duran and Jodeh; also Senator(s) Moreno–Modifications To Colorado
Works Program
HB22-1246 by Representative(s) Lontine; also Senator(s) Buckner–Hospice Inpatient Unit Specialized Rx
Drug Outlet
HB22-1005 by Representative(s) McCluskie and Will; also Senator(s) Rankin–Health-care Preceptors Tax
Credit
HB22-1149 by Representative(s) Lynch and Bird; also Senator(s) Rankin and Hansen–Advanced Industry
Investment Tax Credit
HB22-1205 by Representative(s) Kennedy and Weissman; also Senator(s) Hansen and Coleman–Senior
Housing Income Tax Credit
HB22-1380 by Representative(s) Gonzales-Gutierrez and Pelton; also Senator(s) Bridges and
Coram–Critical Services For Low-income Households
HB22-1006 by Representative(s) Roberts and Van Winkle; also Senator(s) Donovan and Smallwood–Child
Care Center Property Tax Exemption
HB22-1051 by Representative(s) Bird and McKean; also Senator(s) Zenzinger and Hisey–Mod Affordable
Housing Tax Credit
HB22-1355 by Representative(s) Cutter; also Senator(s) Priola and Gonzales–Producer Responsibility
Program For Recycling
Any Other Bills Referred to Senate Finance May be Heard at this Time

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