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» SPECIAL ORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS

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

Bills coming up:

Description

SB22-215 by Senator(s) Hansen and Zenzinger, Rankin; also
Representative(s) Herod and McCluskie–Concerning the
creation of the “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act” cash
fund to be used for nonfederal match funding requirements for
infrastructure projects eligible to receive federal funding under
the federal “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act”, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated May 4, 2022, and
placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, May 4,
2022.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 2022.)
SB22-216 by Senator(s) Hansen and Zenzinger, Rankin; also
Representative(s) Herod and McCluskie–Concerning the
reallocation of the limited gaming tax revenues for fiscal years
following a significant decrease in the revenues, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 4, 2022.)
SB22-229 by Senator(s) Story and Jaquez Lewis; also Representative(s)
Bernett and Gray–Concerning the conditions under which a
public trustee shall release a deed of trust.
SB22-007 by Senator(s) Story and Lee, Ginal; also Representative(s)
Cutter and Snyder–Concerning outreach to the public relating
to wildfire risk mitigation practices, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated May 5, 2022, and
placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, May 5,
2022.)
SB22-235 by Senator(s) Rankin and Zenzinger, Hansen; also
Representative(s) Herod and McCluskie, Ransom–Concerning
county administration of public assistance programs, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amendment recommended by Appropriations Report, dated May 5, 2022, and
placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, May 5,
2022.)
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.
(Laid Over from May 4, 2022.)
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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.
(Laid Over from May 4, 2022.)
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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.
(Laid Over from May 4, 2022.)
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.
(Laid Over from May 4, 2022.)
SB22-004 by Senator(s) Rankin and Bridges; also Representative(s)
McCluskie–Concerning measures to support evidence-based
literacy instruction for students in early grades, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 4, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-068 by Senator(s) Rodriguez and Kolker; also Representative(s)
Lontine and Woog–Concerning the creation of a tool to
provide transparency in health claims data submitted to the
Colorado all-payer health claims database, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-118 by Senator(s) Woodward and Hinrichsen, Hisey, Lundeen,
Priola, Rankin, Scott, Sonnenberg; also Representative(s)
Holtorf and Valdez D., Lynch, McKean, Pelton, Pico, Rich,
Van Beber, Van Winkle, Will–Concerning the encouragement
of the use of geothermal energy by providing similar treatment
to solar energy, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 4, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-190 by Senator(s) Danielson and Coram; also Representative(s)
Ortiz–Concerning the creation of a United States Space Force
special license plate, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-227 by Senator(s) Hinrichsen; also Representative(s) Valdez D.
And Will
–Concerning the continuation of the department of
agriculture’s spending authority granted through legislation
enacted in the 2021 legislative session.
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-145 by Senator(s) Buckner and Cooke; also Representative(s)
Valdez A. And Will–Concerning measures to provide
resources to increase community safety, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-177 by Senator(s) Pettersen and Rankin; also Representative(s)
Titone and Bradfield–Concerning behavioral health system
investments in the statewide care coordination infrastructure,
and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-181 by Senator(s) Bridges and Simpson; also Representative(s)
Cutter and Van Beber–Concerning the behavioral health
administration’s plan to address issues regarding the delivery of
behavioral health-care services in this state, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 4, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-211 by Senator(s) Fields and Hinrichsen; also Representative(s)
Valdez A.–Concerning the repurposing of the Ridge View
campus into a supportive residential community for people
experiencing homelessness, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-195 by Senator(s) Donovan and Sonnenberg; also Representative(s)
Catlin and Valdez D.–Concerning modifications to the
conservation district grant fund.
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-200 by Senator(s) Ginal and Rankin; also Representative(s) Soper
and McCluskie
–Concerning a grant program to improve access
to health care in rural communities.
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
SB22-196 by Senator(s) Gonzales and Lee; also Representative(s) Bacon
and Benavidez
–Concerning supporting the health needs of
persons who may be involved with the criminal justice system,
and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 4, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
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.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 4, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1221 by Representative(s) Michaelson Jenet; also Senator(s)
Fields–Concerning the creation of the county coroner and
mortuary mental health and wellness program.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1223 by Representative(s) Kipp and Rich; also Senator(s) Coram
and Ginal–Concerning property taxation of mobile homes, and,
in connection therewith, creating an exemption for low-value
mobile homes and modifying the notice requirements for
mobile homes to be sold due to delinquent taxes.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1413 by Representative(s) Esgar and McKean, Garnett; also
Senator(s) Fenberg and Holbert, Moreno–Concerning authority
for the executive committee of the legislative council to allow
remote testimony before legislative committees.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1415 by Representative(s) Bird and McKean; also Senator(s)
Zenzinger and Lundeen–Concerning elimination of the
requirement that certain businesses licensed to sell alcohol
beverages for consumption on the licensed premises register a
manager of the licensed premises with the state licensing
authority.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1248 by Representative(s) McLachlan and Ortiz; also Senator(s)
Simpson–Concerning continuation of the school leadership
pilot program.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1416 by Representative(s) Esgar and Neville; also Senator(s) Kolker
and Rankin–Concerning procedural requirements for the
administration of property tax, and, in connection therewith,
requiring the property tax administrator to maintain a list of
persons interested in receiving notifications about possible
amendments to property tax manuals, requiring public hearings
with notice in connection with amendments to property tax
manuals, requiring petitions for changes to property tax
materials to be in writing, requiring notification about the
opportunity to obtain additional information about the valuation
of commercial property, requiring notification about the
abatement process, allowing for the correction of errors
impacting valuation of a class or subclass of property, and
establishing a process for accelerated consideration of certain
appeals.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1050 by Representative(s) Ricks; also S enat or(s)
Buckner–Concerning facilitating the integration of international
medical graduates into the Colorado health-care workforce.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 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 as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1414 by Representative(s) Gonzales-Gutierrez and Michaelson
J en et
; al s o S enat o r(s ) Pettersen and Fi el d s ,
Moreno–Concerning providing healthy meals to all public
school students, and, in connection therewith, creating the
healthy school meals for all program and providing funding for
the program by capping itemized and standard state income tax
deductions for taxpayers who have federal adjusted gross
income of $300,000 or more.
HB22-1061 by Representative(s) Amabile and Benavidez; also Senator(s)
Gonzales–Concerning modifications to not guilty by reason of
insanity, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-069 by Senator(s) Story, Gonzales, Jaquez Lewis; also
Representative(s) McLachlan and Froelich, Bacon, Bernett,
Cutter, Duran, Jodeh, Kipp, Ricks, Titone, Young–Concerning
The use of student academic measures in evaluating the
performance of licensed personnel for the 2021-22 and 2022-23
school years, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
SB22-070 by Senator(s) Bridges; also Representative(s) McLachlan and
McCluskie
–Concerning licensed personnel performance
evaluations in public schools, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.


SB22-233 by Senator(s) Hinrichsen and Rodriguez; also Representative(s)
Exum and Daugherty–Concerning an additional mechanism
to refund excess state revenues for state fiscal year 2021-22
only that provides a refund in an identical amount to each
qualified resident individual, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1412 by Representative(s) Garnett and Van Winkle, Amabile,
Roberts; also Senator(s) Cooke–Concerning the continuation of
the division of gaming in the department of revenue, and, in
connection therewith, implementing the recommendations
contained in the 2021 sunset report by the department of
regulatory agencies.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-124 by Senator(s) Woodward and Kolker, Hisey, Holbert,
Kirkmeyer, Rankin; also Representative(s) Ortiz and Van
Winkle
, Lynch, Van Beber–Concerning the authority of a pass-
through business entity to elect to pay state income taxes at the
entity level, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-012 by Senator(s) Donovan; also Representative(s) Hooton–Concerning versions of the Colorado constitution.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-151 by Senator(s) Danielson and Story; also Representative(s)
McCluskie and Will, Roberts–Concerning the creation of a
cash fund for use by the department of transportation to fund
projects that provide safe road crossings for connectivity of
wildlife and thereby reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions.
HB22-1244 by Representative(s) Kennedy and Gonzales-Gutierrez; also
Senator(s) Gonzales–Concerning measures to increase public
protection from toxic air contaminants.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-198 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Scott; also Representative(s)
Weissman and Will–Concerning measures to address orphaned
wells in Colorado, and, in connection therewith, creating the
orphaned wells mitigation enterprise.
SB22-204 by Senator(s) Gonzales; also Representative(s) Lindsay and
Gonzales-Gutierrez
–Concerning repealing the requirement that
the federal government confirm certain persons’ statuses before
issuance of an identification document, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-098 by Senator(s) Rodriguez; also Representative(s) Roberts and
Will
–Concerning a task force to examine the creation of a
program allowing for the use of donated unused drugs, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
SB22-051 by Senator(s) Hansen; also Representative(s) Sirota–Concerning policies to reduce emissions from the built
environment.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-193 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Gonzales; also Representative(s)
Valdez A. And Froelich–Concerning measures to improve air
quality in the state, and, in connection therewith, making an
appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-161 by Senator(s) Danielson and Jaquez Lewis; also Representative(s) Duran and Froelich–Concerning the
modernization of procedures for the enforcement of laws
governing the employer-employee relationship, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-155 by Senator(s) Coram; also Representative(s) Hooton–Concerning an expansion of medical marijuana
research grant programs.
SB22-163 by Senator(s) Coleman and Kolker; also Representative(s)
Ricks–Concerning establishment of a procurement equity
program to remediate disparities in state procurement, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-236 by Senator(s) Hansen and Rankin, Zenzinger; also
Representative(s) McCluskie and Ransom, Herod–Concerning
the review of medicaid provider rates.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-005 by Senator(s) Bridges and Cooke; also Representative(s)
Roberts and Woog–Concerning the increase of available funds
for law enforcement agency peace officer supportive services,
and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-228 by Senator(s) Rodriguez; also Representative(s) Valdez
A.
–Concerning the requirement that retail establishments accept
United States currency.
SB22-213 by Senator(s) Fields and Sonnenberg; also Representative(s)
Valdez A. And Tipper–Concerning continuing support for
necessary child care programs, and, in connection therewith,
making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-218 by Senator(s) Holbert and Fenberg; also Representative(s)
McKean and Garnett–Concerning the sponsorship of sunset
bills.
SB22-006 by Senator(s) Kolker and Rodriguez; also Representative(s)
McLachlan and Snyder–Concerning an increase in the amount
of sales tax revenue that a retailer may retain to cover the
retailer’s expense in collecting and remitting the tax, and, in
connection therewith, making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-025 by Senator(s) Hansen; also Representative(s) Bird and
McCluskie
–Concerning state capital financing managed by the
state treasurer, and, in connection therewith, expanding the
types of collateral that can be used to secure such financing and,
if deemed feasible and in the best interest of the state by the
state treasurer after a required study is completed, authorizing
the use of security token offerings for such financing, and
making an appropriation.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, May 5, 2022.)
SB22-217 by Senator(s) Hansen and Zenzinger, Rankin; also
Representative(s) Herod and Ransom, McCluskie–Concerning
motor vehicle related programs that benefit persons with
disabilities, and, in connection therewith, making and reducing
an appropriation.
SB22-134 by Senator(s) Hinrichsen and Coram; also Representative(s)
Esgar–Concerning a general fund transfer to the Colorado state
fair authority cash fund to partly fund the implementation of the
2021 Colorado state fair master plan, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.

» 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 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.)
(Laid Over from May 4, 2022.)
HB22-1052 by Representative(s) McLachlan and McKean; also Senator(s)
Priola and Moreno, Fenberg–Concerning promoting behavioral
health crisis services to school-age students, and, in connection
therewith, making an appropriation.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 22, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1218 by Representative(s) Valdez A.; also Senator(s) Winter and
Priola–Concerning resource efficiency related to constructing a
building for occupancy.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 20, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, April 29 and May 4, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
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.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 25, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
(Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
HB22-1350 by Representative(s) McCluskie and Rich; also Senator(s)
Bridges and Lundeen–Concerning the creation of a grant
program to meet workforce needs throughout the state.
(Passed on Third Reading as printed in House Journal, April 25, 2022.)
(Amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 4, 2022.)

» CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Time: 8:15 AM
Room: Senate Committee Room 357
Chamber: House

Bills coming up:

    Description

    –Consideration of Senate Bill 22-239 under Senate Rule 42

    » FINANCE

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    SB22-220 McCluskie and Esgar–Property Tax Deferral Program
    SB22-225 Roberts and Baisley–Ambulance Service
    Sustainability and State Licensing
    SB22-219 Duran and McLachlan–Regulate Dental Therapists
    HB22-1418 Herod and McCluskie–Extension Of Certain Unused
    Tax Credits
    –Any other bills assigned to the committee will be heard at this time.

    » HOUSE EDUCATION

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    SB22-197 Bacon–Innovation Sch Zones With Alternative
    Governance
    –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

    SB22-172 Roberts and Rich–Colorado Rural Health-care
    Workforce Initiative
    –Any Other Bills Referred to the Committee May Be Heard at this
    Time

    » APPROPRIATIONS

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    SB22-043 Lynch and Duran–Restitution Services For Victims
    SB22-085 McLachlan and Catlin–Colorado Safe Student
    Protection Program
    SB22-201 Weissman and Carver–Commission On Judicial
    Discipline
    SB22-230 Esgar–Collective Bargaining For Counties
    SB22-234 Ortiz and Snyder–Unemployment Compensation
    SB22-237 Kennedy and Larson–Ballot Measure Campaign
    Finance
    ––Any Other Bills Referred to the Committee May be Heard at this
    Time

    » SPECIALORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    HB22-1394 by Representative(s) Esgar and Roberts; also Senator(s) Winter and Donovan–Concerning
    funding for just transition programs to assist communities with economic transitions, and, in
    connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 4, 2022.)
    (Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
    HB22-1400 by Representative(s) McCluskie and Tipper; also Senator(s) Moreno–Concerning matters
    related to a procedural requirement for state enterprises.
    (Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
    HB22-1233 by Representative(s) Lontine and Soper; also Senator(s) Simpson and Ginal–Concerning the
    continuation of the regulation of optometry by the state board of optometry, and, in connection
    therewith, implementing the recommendations in the 2021 sunset report by the department of
    regulatory agencies.
    (Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 5, 2022.)
    (Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)
    HB22-1314 by Representative(s) Ricks and Hooton; also Senator(s) Gonzales and
    Sonnenberg–Concerning the rights of a person with ownership interest in a vehicle that has
    been towed from private property without the person’s consent, and, in connection therewith,
    making an appropriation.
    (Finance recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 3, 2022.)
    (Appropriations recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, May 4, 2022.)
    (Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)

    » THIRDREADING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE - CONSENT CALENDAR

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    HB22-1013 by Representative(s) Pelton and Snyder; also Senator(s) Hisey and Winter–Concerning the
    creation of a grant program to build community resilience regarding electric grid disruptions
    through the development of microgrids, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    (Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 5, 2022.)
    HB22-1256 by Representative(s) Amabile and McCluskie; also Senator(s) Moreno and
    Gardner–Concerning modifications to civil involuntary commitment statutes for persons with
    mental health disorders, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    (Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 5, 2022.)
    HB22-1374 by Representative(s) Michaelson Jenet; also Senator(s) Moreno–Concerning measures to
    improve the educational attainment of students in out-of-home placement, and, in connection
    therewith, making an appropriation.
    HB22-1386 by Representative(s) Amabile and Soper; also Senator(s) Hansen and Gardner–Concerning
    measures related to competency to proceed, and, in connection therewith, making an
    appropriation.

    » THIRDREADING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    HB22-1390 by Representative(s) McCluskie and McLachlan; also Senator(s) Zenzinger and
    Lundeen–Concerning the financing of public schools, and, in connection therewith, making an
    appropriation.
    (Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 5, 2022.)
    HB22-1353 by Representative(s) Bernett and Baisley; also Senator(s) Bridges–Concerning the coordination
    of state public safety communications, and, in connection therewith, transferring the powers,
    duties, and functions related to such coordination from the office of information technology to
    the department of public safety.
    SB22-205 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Holbert; also Representative(s) Valdez A.–Concerning the
    regulation of cannabis-related products that may potentially cause a person to become
    intoxicated when used.
    (Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 5, 2022.)
    HB22-1326 by Representative(s) Garnett and Lynch; also Senator(s) Pettersen and Cooke–Concerning
    measures to address synthetic opiates, and, in connection therewith, changing the criminal
    penalties associated with synthetic opiates; using a substance abuse assessment to direct
    appropriate treatment at sentencing; providing opiate antagonists in the community; providing
    synthetic opiate detection tests in the community; creating immunity for furnishing synthetic
    opiate detection tests; providing treatment for persons in the criminal justice system; developing
    a fentanyl prevention and education campaign; providing funding for substance use and harm
    reduction; evaluating the substance use and harm reduction needs across the state; requiring a
    post-enactment review of the implementation of this act; and making an appropriation.
    (Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 5, 2022.)
    HB22-1383 by Representative(s) Kipp and Holtorf; also Senator(s) Lee–Concerning increasing the
    workforce by removing barriers to employment opportunities for juveniles.
    HB22-1063 by Representative(s) Amabile and Benavidez; also Senator(s) Coleman and
    Cooke–Concerning creation of a jail standards commission to standardize the operation of
    Colorado jails, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    HB22-1077 by Representative(s) Michaelson Jenet and Jodeh; also Senator(s) Priola and
    Hansen–Concerning the creation of the Colorado nonprofit security grant program for qualified
    nonprofit organizations at high risk of a terrorist attack who applied for but did not receive a
    grant from the federal nonprofit security grant program, and, in connection therewith, making
    an appropriation.
    HB22-1327 by Representative(s) Herod and McLachlan; also Senator(s) Moreno and Coram–Concerning
    former Native American boarding schools in Colorado, and, in connection therewith, making an
    appropriation.
    HB22-1366 by Representative(s) Kipp; also Senator(s) Bridges–Concerning increasing access to
    postsecondary workforce readiness with financial aid information, and, in connection therewith,
    making an appropriation.
    HB22-1378 by Representative(s) Jodeh and Sullivan; also Senator(s) Coleman and Hansen–Concerning
    the Denver-metropolitan regional navigation campus grant to address homelessness, and, in
    connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    HB22-1287 by Representative(s) Boesenecker and Hooton; also Senator(s) Winter–Concerning protections
    for mobile home park residents, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    (Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 5, 2022.)
    HB22-1389 by Representative(s) Herod; also Senator(s) Hinrichsen–Concerning the creation of financial
    literacy and exchange program accounts, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE (continued)
    HB22-1387 by Representative(s) Titone and Bradfield; also Senator(s) Fields and Priola–Concerning
    measures to ensure that a common interest community has adequate reserve funds.
    (Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 5, 2022.)
    HCR22-1003 by Representative(s) Geitner and Kipp; also Senator(s) Bridges and Lundeen–Submitting to
    the registered electors of the state of Colorado an amendment to the Colorado constitution
    concerning the extension of the property tax exemption for qualifying seniors and disabled
    veterans to the surviving spouse of a United States armed forces service member who died in
    the line of duty or veteran whose death resulted from a service-related injury or disease.
    (Requires 24 votes.)
    SB22-232 by Senator(s) Bridges and Moreno; also Representative(s) Herod–Concerning the provision of
    workforce housing through the creation of the middle-income housing authority, and, in
    connection therewith, making an appropriation.
    (Amended in Special Orders as printed in Senate Journal, May 5, 2022.)

    » CONSIDERATIONOF RESOLUTIONS

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    HJR22-1020 by Representative(s) Michaelson Jenet and Pelton; also Senator(s) Fenberg and
    Gardner–Concerning the commemoration of the Holocaust.
    (Laid Over from May 5, 2022.)

    » CONSIDERATIONOF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    (No action necessary - Awaiting action by House)
    (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.)

    » CONFERENCECOMMITTEES TO REPORT

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    (No action necessary - Conference Committee has been appointed, but has not reported.)
    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.)
    Senate Conferees: Senators Rodriguez; Chair, Lee; Simpson
    House Conferees: Representatives Benavidez, Chair; Amabile; Pelton

    » REQUESTFOR CONFERENCE COMMITTEES

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

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    (No action necessary - Awaiting appointment of House Conferees)
    SB22-009 by Senator(s) Ginal and Hisey; also Representative(s) Bird and Benavidez–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.)
    Senate Conferees: Senators Ginal, Chair; Winter; Hisey

    » SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE

    Time: 8:00 AM
    Room: Legislative Services Building Hearing Room B
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

    Description

    HB22-1005 by Representative(s) McCluskie and Will; also Senator(s) Rankin–Health-care Preceptors Tax
    Credit
    HB22-1006 by Representative(s) Roberts and Van Winkle; also Senator(s) Donovan and Smallwood–Child
    Care Center Property Tax Exemption
    HB22-1011 by Representative(s) Cutter and Snyder; also Senator(s) Story and Lee–Wildfire Mitigation
    Incentives For Local Gov
    HB22-1012 by Representative(s) Cutter and Valdez D.; also Senator(s) Ginal and Lee–Wildfire Mitigation
    And Recovery
    HB22-1051 by Representative(s) Bird and McKean; also Senator(s) Zenzinger and Hisey–Mod Affordable
    Housing Tax Credit
    HB22-1149 by Representative(s) Lynch and Bird; also Senator(s) Rankin and Hansen–Advanced Industry
    Investment Tax Credit
    HB22-1151 by Representative(s) Catlin and Roberts; also Senator(s) Bridges and Simpson–Turf
    Replacement Program
    HB22-1240 by Representative(s) Froelich and Young; also Senator(s) Fields and Simpson–Mandatory
    Reporters
    HB22-1246 by Representative(s) Lontine; also Senator(s) Buckner–Hospice Inpatient Unit Specialized Rx
    Drug Outlet
    HB22-1281 by Representative(s) Gonzales-Gutierrez and Ricks; also Senator(s) Winter and
    Rankin–Behavioral Health-care Continuum Gap Grant Program
    HB22-1283 by Representative(s) Michaelson Jenet and Bradfield; also Senator(s) Buckner and
    Priola–Youth and Family Behavioral Health Care
    HB22-1302 by Representative(s) Kennedy and Will; also Senator(s) Jaquez Lewis and Priola–Health-care
    Practice Transformation
    HB22-1303 by Representative(s) Amabile and Sandridge; also Senator(s) Winter and Smallwood–Increase
    Residential Behavioral Health Beds
    HB22-1308 by Representative(s) McCormick; also Senator(s) Donovan–Agricultural Workforce Services
    Program
    HB22-1358 by Representative(s) Sirota; also Senator(s) Winter and Fields–Clean Water In Schools and
    Child Care Centers
    HB22-1367 by Representative(s) Lontine and Gray; also Senator(s) Winter and Pettersen–Updates To
    Employment Discrimination Laws
    HB22-1380 by Representative(s) Gonzales-Gutierrez and Pelton; also Senator(s) Bridges and
    Coram–Critical Services For Low-income Households
    SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE (continued)
    HB22-1393 by Representative(s) Tipper and Soper; also Senator(s) Gonzales and Moreno–Displaced
    Aurarian Scholarship
    HB22-1397 by Representative(s) Herod and Gonzales-Gutierrez; also Senator(s) Moreno–Statewide Equity
    Office
    HB22-1409 by Representative(s) Herod and Titone; also Senator(s) Coleman and Hisey–Community
    Revitalization Grant Program Funding
    Any Other Bills Referred to Senate Appropriations May be Heard at this Time

    » CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

    Time: 8:15 AM
    Room: Senate Committee Room 357
    Chamber: Senate

    Bills coming up:

      Description

      Consideration of Senate Bill 22-239 under Senate Rule 42

      » SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE

      Time: Upon Adjournment
      Room: Senate Committee Room 357
      Chamber: Senate

      Bills coming up:

      Description

      HB22-1381 by Representative(s) Titone and McKean; also Senator(s) Winter and Woodward–CO Energy
      Office Geothermal Energy Grant Program
      HB22-1392 by Representative(s) Bird and Lindsay; also Senator(s) Moreno–Contaminated Land Income
      Tax and Property Tax Exempt
      HB22-1406 by Representative(s) Herod and Roberts; also Senator(s) Coleman and Hinrichsen–Qualified
      Retailer Retain Sales Tax
      HB22-1385 by Representative(s) Titone; also Senator(s) Hansen–CO Operations Resource Engine Upgrade
      Project
      HB22-1254 by Representative(s) Valdez A.; also Senator(s) Winter and Priola–Vehicle Taxes and Fees Late
      Registration
      HB22-1119 by Representative(s) Gray and Weissman; also Senator(s) Winter–Colorado False Claims Act
      HB22-1376 by Representative(s) Herod and Young; also Senator(s) Priola and Winter–Supportive
      Learning Environments For K-12 Students
      Any Other Bills Referred to Senate Finance May be Heard at this Time

      » SENATE STATE, VETERANS, AND MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

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

      Bills coming up:

      Description

      HB22-1401 by Representative(s) Mullica; also Senator(s) Moreno–Hospital Nurse Staffing Standards

      » SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE

      Time: Upon Adjournment
      Room: No Room Specified
      Chamber: Senate

      Bills coming up:

      Description


      HB22-1259 by Representative(s) Duran and Jodeh; also Senator(s) Moreno–Modifications To Colorado
      Works Program
      HB22-1411 by Representative(s) McCluskie and Herod; also Senator(s) Moreno–Money From Coronavirus
      State Fiscal Recovery Fund
      Any Other Bills Referred to Senate Appropriations May be Heard at this Time

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