Jason Dunn, representing the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, testified on HB 22-1119 from an "amend" position.
Josh Weiss, representing the Colorado Competitive Council, testified on the bill from an "amend" position.
Henry Bangert, representing the Associated General Contractors of Colorado, testified on the bill from an "amend" position.
Loren Furman, representing the Colorado Chamber of Commerce, testified on the bill from an "amend" position.
Mr. Bangert and Mr. Dunn responded to questions regarding the difference between the federal False Claims Act and HB 22-1119. Discussion ensued regarding the definitions of "knowing" and "political subdivision" in the bill, and certain disclosure privileges in the bill. Discussion followed regarding attorney fees awarded under the bill, and the potential impact of litigation on companies under the bill. Discussion turned to the definition of "in-camera" under the bill. Mr. Bangert responded to questions regarding the potential inclusion of "safe harbor" provisions for companies under the bill. Discussion ensued regarding certain criminal procedures in the bill.