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H_SA_2022A 03/28/2022 01:40:47 PM Committee Summary

PUBLIC
STAFF SUMMARY OF MEETING
HOUSE COMMITTEE ON STATE, CIVIC, MILITARY, & VETERANS AFFAIRS
Date 03/28/2022
Attendance
Amabile X
Bacon *
Bernett X
Bockenfeld X
Boesenecker X
Bradfield X
Neville X
Valdez A. X
Woog X
Woodrow X
Kennedy X
Time 01:40:47 PM to 04:00:39 PM
Place LSB A
This Meeting was called to order by Kennedy
This Report was prepared by Hamza Syed
Hearing Items Action Taken
SB22-152 Referred to the Committee of the Whole
HB22-1238 Postponed Indefinitely
HB22-1297 Amended, referred to the Committee of the Whole

SB22-152 - Referred to the Committee of the Whole


01:41:01 PM  
Representative Bernett, bill sponsor, presented Senate Bill 22-152. The bill permits a voter to use the address of a residence that has been destroyed or is uninhabitable as his or her residence for voter registration, if the voter intends to return once the residence is habitable, or to a newly constructed residence. The bill allows the residence provided for motor vehicle registration and state income tax purposes to be different than the residence provided for voter registration. The committee asked questions to the panel.
01:45:23 PM  
A panel of witnesses testified on the bill. Heather Stauffer, representing Colorado Municipal League, testified in support of the bill. Hilary Rudy, representing Colorado Secretary of State's Office, testified in support of the bill. Mircalla Wozniak, representing Boulder County Clerk & Recorder, testified in support of the bill. The committee asked questions to the panel.
02:01:46 PM  
Representatives Gray and Bernett, bill sponsors, gave final remarks. The committee gave final remarks.


02:08:12 PM
Motion Refer Senate Bill 22-152 to the Committee of the Whole.
Moved Bernett
Seconded Neville
Amabile Yes
Bacon Yes
Bernett Yes
Bockenfeld Yes
Boesenecker Yes
Bradfield Yes
Neville Yes
Valdez A. Yes
Woog Yes
Woodrow Yes
Kennedy Yes
Final YES: 11   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS



HB22-1238 - Postponed Indefinitely


02:08:23 PM  
Representative Lynch, bill sponsor, presented House Bill 22-1238. This bill defines and limits the power of the Governor, the Department of Public Health and Environment, and local public health agencies concerning disaster emergencies and emergency duties. The bill sponsor also presented amendment L.002 (Attachment A).
02:18:42 PM  
Written testimony on the bill can be found in Attachment B.
02:21:21 PM  
A panel of witnesses testified on the bill. Michael Neil, representing self, testified in opposition to the bill. Cara Bradbury, representing the Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials, testified in opposition to the bill. The committee asked questions to the panel.
02:33:06 PM  
A panel of witnesses testified on the bill. Nancy Eason, representing self, testified in support of the bill. Jimmy Page, representing self, testified in support of the bill. Pamela Douglas, representing self, testified in support of the bill. The committee asked questions to the panel.
02:48:50 PM  
Representative Lynch spoke on amendment L.002.


02:50:22 PM
Motion Adopt amendment L.002 (Attachment A).
Moved Bradfield
Seconded Woog
Amabile
Bacon
Bernett
Bockenfeld
Boesenecker
Bradfield
Neville
Valdez A.
Woog
Woodrow
Kennedy
YES: 0   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  Pass Without Objection
02:50:24 PM  
The bill sponsor and committee members gave final remarks.


03:00:15 PM
Motion Refer House Bill 22-1238, as amended, to the Committee of the Whole.
Moved Neville
Seconded Woog
Amabile No
Bacon No
Bernett No
Bockenfeld Yes
Boesenecker No
Bradfield Yes
Neville Yes
Valdez A. No
Woog Yes
Woodrow No
Kennedy No
YES: 4   NO: 7   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  FAIL


03:00:37 PM
Motion Postpone House Bill 22-1238 indefinitely using a reversal of the previous roll call. There was no objection to the use of the reverse roll call, therefore, the bill was postponed indefinitely.
Moved Valdez A.
Seconded Kennedy
Amabile Yes
Bacon Yes
Bernett Yes
Bockenfeld No
Boesenecker Yes
Bradfield No
Neville No
Valdez A. Yes
Woog No
Woodrow Yes
Kennedy Yes
Final YES: 7   NO: 4   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS



HB22-1297 - Amended, referred to the Committee of the Whole


03:01:58 PM  
Representatives Kipp and Neville, bill sponsors, presented House Bill 22-1297. This bill makes daylight saving time the year-round standard time if the federal government enacts a law allowing the states to adopt daylight saving time.
03:07:31 PM  
Written testimony on the bill can be found in Attachment C.
03:08:33 PM  
A panel of witnesses testified on the bill. Greg Brophy, representing self, testified in support of the bill. Scott Yates, representing self, testified in support of the bill. The committee asked questions to the panel.
03:31:27 PM  
A panel of witnesses testified on the bill. Xander Martin, representing Colorado Ski Country, testified to amend the bill. Travis Berry, representing Colorado Competitive Council, testified to amend the bill. Tom Gonzales, representing Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials, testified in a neutral position on the bill. The committee asked questions to the panel.
03:53:01 PM  
The bill sponsors presented amendment L.001 (Attachment D).
03:54:30 PM  
The committee discussed the amendment.


03:57:53 PM
Motion Adopt amendment L.001 (Attachment D).
Moved Neville
Seconded Amabile
Amabile
Bacon
Bernett
Bockenfeld
Boesenecker
Bradfield
Neville
Valdez A.
Woog
Woodrow
Kennedy
YES: 0   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  Pass Without Objection
03:58:04 PM  
The bill sponsors and committee gave final remarks.


04:00:29 PM
Motion Refer House Bill 22-1297, as amended, to the Committee of the Whole.
Moved Neville
Seconded Bernett
Amabile Yes
Bacon Yes
Bernett Yes
Bockenfeld Yes
Boesenecker Yes
Bradfield Excused
Neville Yes
Valdez A. Yes
Woog Yes
Woodrow Yes
Kennedy Yes
Final YES: 10   NO: 0   EXC: 1   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS


04:00:39 PM   The committee adjourned.






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