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h_sa_2016a_2016-03-07t13:32:20z1 Hearing Summary

Date: 03/07/2016



Final

BILL SUMMARY for HB16-1024



HOUSE COMMITTEE ON STATE, VETERANS, & MILITARY AFFAIRS


Votes: View--> Action Taken:
Postpone House Bill 16-1024 indefinitely. The moti

Refer House Bill 16-1024 to the Committee of the W
PASS

FAIL







04:25 PM -- HB16-1024



Representatives Saine and Humphrey, co-prime sponsors, presented House Bill 16-1024 to the committee. This bill repeals the prohibition on the sale, transfer, and possession of large-capacity ammunition magazines. It also repeals the requirement that a magazine manufactured in Colorado have a permanent stamp or marking indicating it was produced after July 1, 2013.



Committee members discussed the bill with Representative Humphrey.



04:34 PM --
Fredric Calhoun, representing himself, testified in support of the bill and provided a handout (Attachment E).



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04:36 PM --
Jane Dougherty, representing herself, testified against the bill and responded to questions from committee members.



04:40 PM --
Lee Runyon, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



04:44 PM -- Tom Mauser, representing Colorado Ceasefire, testified against the bill.



04:47 PM -- James Bardwell, representing Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, testified in support of the bill and responded to questions from committee members.



04:51 PM -- Julie Meyers, representing Colorado Faith Communities United to End Gun Violence, testified against the bill.



04:54 PM -- Laura Carno, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



04:56 PM -- Don Macalady, representing Hunters Against Gun Violence, testified against the bill.



04:59 PM --
Chad Day, Yuma County Sheriff representing the County Sheriffs of Colorado, testified in support of the bill and responded to questions from committee members.



05:05 PM --
Tom Sullivan, representing himself, testified against the bill.



05:08 PM --
Robert Edmiston, representing the Firearms Coalition of Colorado, testified in support of the bill.



05:12 PM --
Jacqui Shumway, representing the AMP-athy Project, testified against the bill.



05:14 PM --
Jess Loban, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



05:17 PM --
Michael McGuire, representing himself, testified against the bill.



05:21 PM --
Tina Francone, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



05:24 PM --
Bruce Glenn, representing himself, testified against the bill.



05:27 PM --
Travis Couture-Lovelady, representing the National Rifle Association, testified in support of the bill.



05:30 PM --
Ann O'Brien, representing herself, testified against the bill.



05:32 PM --
Richard Turnquist, representing himself, testified in support of the bill and other bills being considered by the committee.



05:35 PM --
Phil Ross, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



05:38 PM --
Doug Burdette, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



05:43 PM --
Alan Franklin, representing Progress Now Colorado, testified against the bill.



05:45 PM --
Eileen McCarron, representing Colorado Ceasefire, testified against the bill.



05:47 PM --
David Kopel, representing the Independence Institute, testified in support of the bill and responded to questions from committee members.





05:54 PM



Representatives Saine and Humphrey wrapped up their presentation of the bill.



Committee members commented on the bill.


BILL: HB16-1024
TIME: 06:01:09 PM
MOVED: Humphrey
MOTION: Refer House Bill 16-1024 to the Committee of the Whole. The motion failed on a vote of 4-5.
SECONDED: Neville P.
VOTE
Foote
No
Humphrey
Yes
Leonard
Yes
Neville P.
Yes
Primavera
No
Tyler
No
Wist
Yes
Lontine
No
Ryden
No
YES: 4 NO: 5 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL




BILL: HB16-1024
TIME: 06:01:32 PM
MOVED: Lontine
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 16-1024 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 5-4.
SECONDED: Foote
VOTE
Foote
Yes
Humphrey
No
Leonard
No
Neville P.
No
Primavera
Yes
Tyler
Yes
Wist
No
Lontine
Yes
Ryden
Yes
Final YES: 5 NO: 4 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS












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