Jun 5, 2011 11:22 AM by Andy Koen
Governor John Hickenlooper will sign a handful of bills in Colorado Springs and Pueblo this week. The governor will be in Colorado Springs on Tuesday afternoon to sign four new laws.
The signing ceremony for HB 1032, the "Restorative Justice" legislation sponsored by Rep. Pete Lee and Sen. Linda Newell, will take place at 4:30 p.m. at the Pioneers Museum.
Then at 5:05 p.m. he is expected to sign two bills: SB 260 the "Allen Rose Tow-Truck Safety Act," sponsored by Sen. John Morse and Rep. Pete Lee, and HB 1301 "Higher Education Institution Efficiency," sponsored by Rep. Mark Waller and Sen. Gail Schwartz at UCCS.
Hickenlooper then heads to semiconductor manufacturer Entegris to sign HB 1293 "Repeal Software Tax," sponsored by Reps. Amy Stephens and Carole Murray and Sens. Cheri Jahn and Linda Newell.
On Friday morning, Gov. Hickenlooper will be in Pueblo to sign two bills: SB 204 "University Role and Mission," sponsored by Sen. Angela Giron and John Morse and Reps. Keith Swerdfeger & Amy Stephens, and HB 1311 "Increase Regional Tourism Projects," sponsored by Reps. Keith Swerdfeger & Andy Kerr and Sen. Angela Giron. That ceremony begins at 8:00 a.m. at the library at Colorado State University-Pueblo.