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May 27, 2011 9:01 PM by Bill Folsom

Governor Hickenlooper signs 30+ bills

 Just before the Memorial Day weekend Governor Hickenlooper put his pen to paper for a long list of bills passed during this year's legislative session.  Here is what he thinks is worthy to add to other bills he has all ready signed:

HB11-1064
Parole Presumption Certain Drug Offender
Waller/ Steadman
Concerning a Parole Presumption Pilot Program for Certain Drug Offenders

HB11-1091
Sales Tax Exemption For Med Equipment
Liston/Morse
The Sales Tax Exemption for Purchases of Medical Equipment

HB11-1121
Bar Felons From School Employment
Ramirez/King K
Disqualification From School Employment for Conviction of Certain Offenses

HB11-1138
Sex Offender Management Board
Gardner B/ Morse
The Sex Offender Management Board Appropriations

HB11-1163
CDOT Super-load Highway Permits
Vaad/Tochtrop
Concerning the Issuance by the Department of Transportation of Permits for the Movement of Super Loads on the Highways

HB11-1211
Restrict Travel State-Chartered Entities
Pace/Tochtrop
Restrictions on Travel Related Expenditures by State-Chartered Entities on Behalf of Persons Affiliated with Such Entities

HB11-1275
Idling Commercial Diesel Vehicles
Priola & Williams S/ Spence
The Creation of an Engine Idling Standard for Certain Commercial Diesel Vehicles

HB11-1295
Multiple Sclerosis Tax Checkoff
Acree /Newell
Voluntary Contribution on the State Individual Income Tax Return Form, Requiring the Department of Revenue to Periodically Post Donations Received, Requesting the that Multiple Sclerosis Fund Appear on the Form

SB11-52
Goals For Higher Ed System
Heath/Massey& Ferrandino
Expectations for Higher Education Institutes In Colorado

SB11-102
Mental Health Tax Checkoff
Williams S/ Todd
The Voluntary Contribution Designation Benefitting the Families in Action for Metal Health Fund that Appears on the State Individual Income Tax Return Form

SB11-178
Manner Of Local Sales Tax Exemption
Newell/ Sonnenberg
Concerning the Manner in Which a Statutory Local Government May Adopt a Sales Tax Exemption

SB11-189
Election Dates To Comply With MOVE Act
Heath/Murray
Adjustment of Certain Dates Related to the Administration of Elections in Order to Comply with the Federal "Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act"

SB11-201
Elements Of Criminal Impersonation
Roberts & Carroll/Barker
Clarifying the Elements of the Criminal Offense of Criminal Impersonation

SB11-239
Repeal Report Requirement for Municipal Information
Newell/ Swerdfeger
Repeal of a Requirement that the Division of Local Government Annually Report about Information Related to Incorporated Municipalities to the Clerk

SB11-242
Volunteer Retired Nurse License
Aguilar/Miklosi
Retired Volunteer Nurse Licensure

SB11-247
Early Childhood Council Advisory Team
Hudak/Kerr J
The Repeal of the Colorado Early Childhood Council Advisory Team

SB11-250
Pregnant Women Medicaid Eligibility
Boyd/ Ferrandino & Summers
Changing the Eligibility for Certain Pregnant Women from the Children's Basic Health Plan to Medicaid

SB11-251
Division Of Fire Safety Duties
Nicholson/ Looper
The Authority of the Division of Fire Safety within the Department of Public Safety

SB11-266
Background Check School Contractors
Bacon & King K/Ramirez
Concerning Background Checks for Employees that Contract to Perform Services for Public Schools

SB11-273
Alcohol Beverage Festival Area
Steadman/ Massey
Authorization to Consume Alcohol Beverages within a Common Consumption Area

HB11-1095
Protect Security SOS Web Site
Nikkel/ Lundberg
Security of Information Filed on Behalf of an Entity with the Secretary of State's On-line Business Filing System

HB11-1305
Residential Valuation Assessment Ratio
DelGrosso/ Johnston
The Adjustment of the Ratio of Valuation for Assessment for Residential Real Property

HB11-1109
Telecom Equip Local Sales Tax Exemption
Liston /Giron
The Authority for a Local Government to Create an Exemption from Local Sales Tax for the Sale of Equipment Used Directly in the Provision of Telecommunications Services

HB11-1237
National Guard Quarters & Billeting Fund
Swerdfeger/ Bacon
Concerning the Creation of the Chargeable Quarters and Billeting Cash Fund

HB11-1278
Sex Offender Registration Changes
Gardner B/ Morse
Concerning Sex Offender Registration

HB11-1310
Funding For Capitol Dome Restoration
Sonnenberg/ Bacon
Concerning the Funding for the Restoration of the State Capitol Dome

HB11-1313
Extend Clerk And Recorder Surcharge
Massey/Jahn
The Extension Beyond June 30, 2012, of the One-Dollar Surcharge Collected by Each County Clerk and Recorder for Each Document Received for Recording or Filing

HB11-1317
Intergovernmental Cooperation Wildland Fire Mitigation
Gerou & Foster/ Roberts
A Modification of Statutory Provisions Addressing Intergovernmental Cooperation in Connection with Wildland Fire Mitigation to Clarify that Provisions are Intended to Affect Solely Recreational Land

HB11-1265
Sales & Use Tax Refund Claims
Stephens/ Johnston
The Filing of Claims for Refunds of Sales or Use Tax

SB11-182
Insurable Interest Life Insurance
Carroll/Liston
Concerning the Establishment of an Insurance Interest Requirement for Life Insurance Policies

SB11-192
Continue Prescription Drug Monitor Program
Aguilar & Spence/ Massey
The Continuation of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, Repealing the Prescription Controlled Substance Abuse Monitoring Committee

SB11-203
Species Conservation Trust Fund
Schwartz/ Sonnenberg
Concerning the Species Conservation Trust Fund, Approving the Species Conservation Eligibility List

 

 

 

 

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