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Wolf Reintroduction Funding With No License Fees

Concerning the establishment of funding for the program to reintroduce and manage gray wolves in the state from sources other than hunting and fishing license fees.
2021 Regular Session
Natural Resources & Environment
Bill Summary

At the 2020 general election, the voters approved proposition 114, which requires the reintroduction and management of gray wolves. To fund the program implementation and administration, the bill requires the general assembly to appropriate money to the division of parks and wildlife (division) or otherwise authorize the division's expenditure of money from one or more of the following funds:

  • The general fund;
  • The species conservation trust fund;
  • The Colorado nongame conservation and wildlife restoration cash fund; or
  • The wildlife cash fund; except that any money within the wildlife cash fund that is generated from the sale of hunting and fishing licenses or from associated federal grants is not available for appropriation.

The division is also authorized to solicit, accept, and expend any grants, gifts, sponsorships, contributions, donations, and bequests, including federal funds, for the program.

(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)




Bill Text

  • All Versions (6 )
    Date Bill Type Documents
    06/21/2021 Final Act PDF
    05/21/2021 Rerevised PDF
    05/20/2021 Revised PDF
    05/12/2021 Reengrossed PDF
    05/11/2021 Engrossed PDF
    03/24/2021 Introduced PDF