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348EE0DFBE42347787258256005868D0 Hearing Summary


Date Mar 20, 2018      
Location SCR 357

HB18-1018 - Committee Discussion Only

10:05:41 AM  
Senator Cooke and Senator Zenzinger, co-prime sponsors, presented House Bill 18-1018 to the committee. The bill requires commercial driver schools to include training related to human trafficking.

Committee members discussed the bill with the sponsors.

10:10:11 AM  
Kendis Paris, representing Truckers Against Trafficking, testified in support of the bill.
10:13:57 AM  
Conrad Hoke, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
10:17:42 AM  
Ms. Paris and Mr. Hoke responded to committee member questions.
10:25:28 AM  
Autumn Burris, representing Survivors 4 Solutions, testified in support of the bill.
10:31:21 AM  
Laura Richards, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.
10:36:13 AM  
Greg Fulton, representing the Colorado Motor Carriers Association, testified in support of the bill. He responded to committee member questions.
10:39:44 AM  
Maria Trujillo, representing the Colorado Human Trafficking Council and the Colorado Department of Public Safety, testified in support of the bill.
10:49:44 AM  

Brent Spahn, representing the Division of Motor Vehicles in the Colorado Department of Revenue, responded to committee member questions about the bill.

10:51:53 AM  
The committee recessed.
11:01:43 AM  
The committee came back to order.
11:02:49 AM  
Senators Cooke and Zenzinger wrapped up their presentation of the bill.
11:03:02 AM  
The chair laid the bill over for action only to March 21, 2018.
11:03:49 AM  
Committee members commented on the bill.

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