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S_SA_2017A 05/01/2017 01:30 PM Committee Summary

Final

STAFF SUMMARY OF MEETING



SENATE COMMITTEE ON STATE, VETERANS, & MILITARY AFFAIRS

Date: 05/01/2017
ATTENDANCE
Time: 01:37 PM to 06:54 PM
Court
X
Fenberg
X
Place: SCR 357
Hill
*
Sonnenberg
X
This Meeting was called to order by
Marble
X
Senator Marble
This Report was prepared by
Julia Jackson
X = Present, E = Excused, A = Absent, * = Present after roll call
Bills Addressed: Action Taken:
HB17-1274

SJR17-033

HB17-1328

HB17-1139

HB17-1300

HB17-1275

HB17-1320

HB17-1260

HB17-1310

HB17-1305

HB17-1296
Amended, Referred to the Committee of the Whole

Postponed Indefinitely

Postponed Indefinitely

Referred to the Committee of the Whole - Consent Calendar

Postponed Indefinitely

Postponed Indefinitely

Postponed Indefinitely

Postponed Indefinitely

Postponed Indefinitely

Postponed Indefinitely

Referred to Senate Appropriations





01:39 PM -- HB17-1274



Senator Baumgardner, sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1274 to the committee. The bill clarifies that licensed veterinarians who maintain an office stock of compounded drugs can only administer these drugs to food animals in certain circumstances, as outlined in the bill. It also clarifies that compounded drug administration or dispensing must be in compliance with the requirements and limitations for extra-label drug use in animals pursuant to federal law. Finally, it clarifies that the patient considered in this section of statute is an animal patient.



Committee members discussed the bill with Senator Baumgardner. Senator Baumgardner presented amendment L.002 (Attachment A).



17SenateState0501AttachA.pdf17SenateState0501AttachA.pdf


















BILL: HB17-1274
TIME: 01:41:50 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.002 (Attachment A). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Fenberg
Hill
Sonnenberg
Marble
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection


BILL: HB17-1274
TIME: 01:42:09 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1274, as amended, to the Committee of the Whole with a recommendation that it be placed on the consent calendar. The motion passed on a vote of 4-0, with 1 member excused.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
Excused
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 4 NO: 0 EXC: 1 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS





01:43 PM -- SJR17-033



The committee recessed.































01:44 PM



The committee reconvened.



Senator Kerr, sponsor, presented Senate Joint Resolution 17-033, concerning the recognition of Earth Day on April 22, 2017. He responded to committee member questions.



01:51 PM --
Eleanor Cabell, representing herself and Indivisible Colorado, testified in support of the resolution.





01:53 PM



Senator Kerr wrapped up his presentation of the resolution.

BILL: SJR17-033
TIME: 01:54:13 PM
MOVED: Court
MOTION: Refer Senate Joint Resolution 17-033 favorably to full senate. The motion failed on a vote of 2-3.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
No
Sonnenberg
No
Marble
No
YES: 2 NO: 3 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL








































BILL: SJR17-033
TIME: 01:54:34 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Postpone Senate Joint Resolution 17-033 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 3-2.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
No
Fenberg
No
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 3 NO: 2 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS





01:56 PM -- HB17-1328



Senator Kerr and Senator Jones, co-prime sponsors, presented House Bill 17-1328 to the committee. This bill requires candidates for President and Vice President of the United States to file, at a minimum, copies of their five most recent federal income tax returns and provide written consent for the public disclosure of the returns at least 90 days prior to the presidential election. Upon receipt, the Department of State must make the tax returns available on the department's website within seven days. If the tax returns and written consent are not provided in a timely manner, the name of the candidate and the name of his or her running mate is not to be printed on the ballot and presidential electors cannot vote for the candidate.



Senators Jones and Kerr responded to committee member questions.



02:11 PM --
Suzanne Staiert, Deputy Secretary of State, testified against the bill and responded to committee member questions.



02:20 PM --
Carol Tone, representing the League of Women Voters of Colorado, testified in support of the bill.



02:21 PM --
Eleanor Cabell, representing herself and Indivisible Colorado, testified in support of the bill.



02:23 PM --
Danna Liebert, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



02:26 PM --
Mac Wesley, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



02:30 PM --
Stephanie Ohnigian, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.























02:32 PM --
Elena Nunez, representing Colorado Common Cause, testified in support of the bill.



02:35 PM --
Diana Smith, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



02:37 PM --
Dorothea Steinke, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.





02:39 PM



Senators Jones and Kerr wrapped up their presentation of the bill. Committee members commented on the bill.

BILL: HB17-1328
TIME: 02:53:41 PM
MOVED: Court
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1328 to the Committee of the Whole. The motion failed on a vote of 2-3.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
No
Sonnenberg
No
Marble
No
YES: 2 NO: 3 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL


BILL: HB17-1328
TIME: 02:56:05 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 17-1328 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 3-2.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
No
Fenberg
No
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 3 NO: 2 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS















02:56 PM -- HB17-1296



Senator Jahn, co-prime sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1296 to the committee. This reengrossed bill, as initially recommended by the Legislative Audit Committee, clarifies the criteria and requirements for the assignment of state-owned vehicles to state agencies and employees. Under this bill, the assignment of a vehicle to a state agency is only authorized when the agency's use of the vehicle is likely to meet the minimum required mileage for the vehicle's intended work, or if the agency can justify the need for a permanent assignment of a vehicle for a unique use. The bill specifies that an officer or employee of an agency must pay income tax on the value of the fringe benefit of an assigned vehicle. The authorization of a vehicle assignment must be submitted in writing to the Division of Central Services in DPA by the executive director of an agency or their designee. The director of the division must establish a program and adopt rules to annually verify that the assignment of all state-owned vehicles comply with state and federal law. On or before September 1, 2019, the DPA is required to report to the Legislative Audit Committee on the implementation and enforcement of this bill.

BILL: HB17-1296
TIME: 02:58:49 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1296 to the Committee on Appropriations. The motion passed on a vote of 5-0.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 5 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS





03:00 PM -- HB17-1139



Senator Martinez Humenik, co-prime sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1139. Under the reengrossed bill, if a health care provider improperly bills or seeks collection from a Medicaid client or his or her estate, the provider:



• must refund any amount unlawfully received with interest;

• must pay a civil monetary penalty of $100 for each violation; and

• is liable for all amounts submitted to a collection agency in the name of the Medicaid client.



A provider is not liable for the civil monetary penalty if they return the amount billed or take action to resolve collection actions within 30 days of being notified by the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF). To establish a claim for the civil monetary penalty, a Medicaid client or person acting on behalf of the client must notify HCPF. This penalty does not apply if the individual misrepresents his or her Medicaid coverage status to the medical provider. Any civil monetary penalty imposed by HCPF may be appealed administratively.

















HCPF may request a written response from any provider who endangers the health, safety, or welfare of Medicaid clients or fails to comply with the rules, manuals, or bulletins issued by HCPF, the Medical Services Board, or a fiscal agent of HCPF. The written response must describe how the provider will come into and ensure future compliance. If the provider disagrees with HCPF's findings that resulted in the request for a written response, the provider's response must include an explanation and reasons for the disagreement.

BILL: HB17-1139
TIME: 03:01:26 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1139 to the Committee of the Whole with a recommendation that it be placed on the consent calendar. The motion passed on a vote of 5-0.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 5 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS





03:03 PM -- HB17-1275



The committee recessed.





03:05 PM



The committee reconvened.



Senator Priola, sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1275 to the committee. This bill requires the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Office of Economic Development and International Trade to assist in increasing solid waste diversion in the state, and requires landfills and local governments to begin collecting solid waste data.



03:08 PM --
Laurie Johnson, representing the Colorado Association for Recycling, testified in support of the bill.



03:10 PM --
Dianna Orf, representing the Associated Governments of Northwest Colorado, testified against the bill.



03:11 PM --
Cheyenne County Commissioner Rod Pelton, representing Colorado Counties, Inc., testified against the bill.



















03:12 PM



Committee members discussed the bill with Senator Priola.



03:18 PM --
Annmarie Jensen, representing the Colorado Association for Recycling, testified in support of the bill and responded to committee member questions.





03:21 PM



The bill was laid over to later in the meeting.





03:25 PM -- HB17-1300



Senator Moreno, sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1300 to the committee. The bill requires contractors employed on public projects expected to cost more than $500,000, and not funded with federal dollars, to use apprentices enrolled in a registered apprenticeship program for at least 25 percent of the project workforce in apprenticeable occupations. A bid or proposal for such a project may only be considered if it indicates that at least 25 percent of the workforce in apprenticeable occupations will be hired to work on the project. The bill requires a contractor to submit an affidavit upon completion of a project stating that the apprenticeship requirements have been met.



03:28 PM --
Michael Gifford, representing Associated General Contractors of Colorado, testified against the bill.



03:31 PM --
Mark Latimer, representing Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc., testified against the bill.





03:33 PM



Committee members discussed the bill with Senator Moreno and Mr. Latimer.



03:37 PM --
Phil Hayes, representing the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters, testified in support of the bill.



03:40 PM --
John Fleck, representing the Colorado Sheetmetal Apprenticeship Program, testified in support of the bill.



03:42 PM --
Sylvia Herring, representing Herring and Associates, testified in support of the bill.





























03:45 PM



Senator Moreno wrapped up his presentation of the bill.

BILL: HB17-1300
TIME: 03:46:40 PM
MOVED: Court
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1300 to the Committee of the Whole. The motion failed on a vote of 2-3.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
No
Sonnenberg
No
Marble
No
YES: 2 NO: 3 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL


BILL: HB17-1300
TIME: 03:47:05 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 17-1300 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. The motion passed on a vote of 3-2.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
No
Fenberg
No
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 3 NO: 2 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS

























03:47 PM -- HB17-1275



The committee resumed consideration of House Bill 17-1275. Testimony on the bill was heard earlier in the meeting. Senator Priola, sponsor, requested that the bill be postponed indefinitely.

BILL: HB17-1275
TIME: 03:48:18 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 17-1275 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 5-0.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 5 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS





03:49 PM -- HB17-1320



Senator Fenberg, co-prime sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1320 to the committee. This reengrossed bill lowers the age required for a minor to seek and obtain outpatient psychotherapy services without parental notification or consent from 15 years or older to 12 years or older. A licensed mental health provider serving such patients is immune from civil or criminal liability unless the patient has communicated a clear and imminent threat to inflict serious bodily harm and the provider fails to make the required warnings and notifications. If a minor who is receiving psychotherapy services without parental notification or consent communicates to the mental health provider a clear and imminent intent or threat to inflict serious bodily harm on himself or herself or others, the mental health provider is required to immediately notify the minor's parent or guardian, or any other person having custody or decision-making responsibility of the minor, of such communication. The bill clarifies that the age required for a minor to seek and obtain inpatient services without parental notification and consent remains 15 years of age or older.



Committee members discussed the bill with Senator Fenberg.



03:58 PM --
Anne Joachim, representing the Colorado Chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, testified against the bill.



04:00 PM --
Kim Monson, representing herself, testified against the bill.



04:02 PM --
Dr. Jenna Ellis, representing the Centennial Institute, testified against the bill.



04:05 PM --
Aubrey Boggs, representing the Colorado Mental Wellness Network, testified in support of the bill.















04:09 PM --
Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



04:11 PM --
Dawn Roberts, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.





04:15 PM



Dr. Spencer-Thomas and Senator Fenberg responded to committee member questions.



04:17 PM --
Rabbi Bernard Gerson, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



04:19 PM --
Megan Miccio, representing herself and the Bridge Project, testified in support of the bill. She read from two letters of support for the bill (Attachments B and C).



17SenateState0501AttachB.pdf17SenateState0501AttachB.pdf 17SenateState0501AttachC.pdf17SenateState0501AttachC.pdf



04:22 PM --
Gina Millan, representing the Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR), testified in support of the bill.



04:24 PM --
Gianella Millan, representing COLOR, testified in support of the bill.



04:27 PM --
Heather Kennedy, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



04:29 PM --
Kristen Torres, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



04:32 PM --
Faduma Ali, representing herself and the Bridge Project, testified in support of the bill.



04:33 PM --
Stew Nyholm, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



04:36 PM --
Jessica Stohlmann-Rainey, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



04:39 PM --
Heidi Lightenburger, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



04:42 PM --
Eleanor Cabell, representing herself, Indivisible Colorado, and COLOR, testified in support of the bill.





































04:45 PM --
Dr. Robin Paterson, representing herself, testified against the bill. She provided an opposition letter to committee members (Attachment D).



17SenateState0501AttachD.pdf17SenateState0501AttachD.pdf



04:48 PM --
Drew Paterson, representing himself, testified against the bill.





04:52 PM



Senator Fenberg wrapped up his presentation of the bill. Committee members commented on the bill.

BILL: HB17-1320
TIME: 05:04:46 PM
MOVED: Fenberg
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1320 to the Committee of the Whole. The motion failed on a vote of 2-3.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
No
Sonnenberg
No
Marble
No
YES: 2 NO: 3 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL










































BILL: HB17-1320
TIME: 05:04:59 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 17-1320 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 3-2.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
No
Fenberg
No
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 3 NO: 2 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS





05:06 PM -- HB17-1260



Senator Fenberg, sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1260 to the committee. This bill establishes contribution limits and disclosure requirements for both primary and general elections for candidates for county offices. The maximum contribution that a candidate or candidate committee for a county office can accept are as follows:



• $1,250 from any person;

• $12,500 from a small donor committee; and

• $22,125 from a political party.



These contribution limits must be adjusted for inflation every four years by the Department of State.



05:08 PM --
Suzanne Staiert, Deputy Secretary of State, testified against the bill.



05:11 PM --
Dianna Orf, representing the Associated Governments of Northwest Colorado, testified against the bill.



05:13 PM --
JM Fay, representing herself, testified against the bill. Ms. Orf read Ms. Fay's testimony.





05:15 PM



Committee members and Ms. Staiert discussed the bill.



05:19 PM --
Jefferson County Commissioner Casey Tighe, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



05:21 PM --
Eleanor Cabell, representing herself and Indivisible Colorado, testified in support of the bill.

















05:23 PM



Senator Fenberg wrapped up his presentation of the bill and responded to committee member questions. Committee members commented on the bill.

BILL: HB17-1260
TIME: 05:27:43 PM
MOVED: Court
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1260 to the Committee on Appropriations. The motion failed on a vote of 2-3.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
No
Sonnenberg
No
Marble
No
YES: 2 NO: 3 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL


BILL: HB17-1260
TIME: 05:28:17 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 17-1260 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. The motion passed on a vote of 3-2.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
No
Fenberg
No
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 3 NO: 2 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS























05:28 PM -- HB17-1310



Senator Fenberg, sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1310. The reengrossed bill limits the application screening fee that a landlord can charge to a prospective tenant to a fee that covers only the landlord's actual costs. Landlords must provide prospective tenants who have paid the fee with either a disclosure of anticipated expenses or an itemized receipt of actual expenses. If the fee exceeded the actual screening costs, the landlord must return the overage amount to the tenant. A landlord that violates any of these provisions is liable to his or her tenant for two times the amount of the application screening fee, plus court costs and reasonable attorney fees.



Senator Fenberg presented amendment L.004 (Attachment E) and a preamended version of the bill (Attachment F). He responded to committee member questions.



17SenateState0501AttachE.pdf17SenateState0501AttachE.pdf 17SenateState0501AttachF.pdf17SenateState0501AttachF.pdf



05:36 PM --
Stephanie Avery, representing Round Hill Pacific and the Colorado Apartment Association, testified against the bill.



05:38 PM --
Eleanor Cabell, representing herself and Indivisible Colorado, testified in support of the bill.



05:39 PM --
Aubrey Hasvold, representing the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, testified in support of the bill and provided a handout (Attachment G).



17SenateState0501AttachG.pdf17SenateState0501AttachG.pdf



05:42 PM --
Jack Regenbogen, representing the Colorado Center on Law and Policy, testified in support of the bill and provided a handout (Attachment H).



17SenateState0501AttachH.pdf17SenateState0501AttachH.pdf



05:45 PM --
Jesus Loayza, representing the All Families Deserve a Chance Coalition, testified in support of the bill.



05:47 PM --
Meghan Raynes, representing 9 to 5 Colorado, testified in support of the bill.































05:51 PM



Senator Fenberg wrapped up his presentation of the bill. Committee members commented on the bill.

BILL: HB17-1310
TIME: 05:58:17 PM
MOVED: Fenberg
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.004 (Attachment E). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Fenberg
Hill
Sonnenberg
Marble
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection





05:58 PM



Committee members commented on the bill.

BILL: HB17-1310
TIME: 06:02:41 PM
MOVED: Fenberg
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1310, as amended, to the Committee of the Whole. The motion failed on a vote of 2-3.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
No
Sonnenberg
No
Marble
No
YES: 2 NO: 3 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL


















BILL: HB17-1310
TIME: 06:02:57 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 17-1310 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 3-2.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
No
Fenberg
No
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 3 NO: 2 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS





06:04 PM -- HB17-1305



Senator Guzman, sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1305 to the committee. This bill prohibits an employer from stating in a job posting or on any form of application that a person with a criminal history may not apply or from inquiring into or requiring disclosure of an applicant's criminal history on an initial application. These rules do not apply if an employer is advertising a position that federal, state, or local law prohibits individuals with specific criminal convictions from holding. The bill also exempts any employer hiring as part of a program to encourage the employment of people with criminal histories. An employer may obtain a criminal background report during any stage of the hiring process.



06:12 PM --
Nick Colglazier, representing the Colorado Competitive Council, testified against the bill.



06:14 PM --
Tony Gagliardi, representing the National Federation of Independent Business, testified against the bill.



06:17 PM --
Cammie Redpath, representing herself, testified against the bill.



06:21 PM --
Loren Furman, representing the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, testified against the bill.







































06:23 PM



Mr. Colglazier responded to committee member questions.



06:26 PM --
Johanna Leal, representing the Colorado Department of Corrections, testified in support of the bill.



06:29 PM --
Peter Dybing, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



06:32 PM --
Carol Peeples, representing herself, testified in support of the bill. She provided three handouts to committee members (Attachments I, J, and K).



17SenateState0501AttachI.pdf17SenateState0501AttachI.pdf 17SenateState0501AttachJ.pdf17SenateState0501AttachJ.pdf



17SenateState0501AttachK.pdf17SenateState0501AttachK.pdf



06:35 PM --
Shelby Andrews, representing Denver Urban Matters, testified in support of the bill.



06:38 PM --
Jack Regenbogen, representing the Colorado Center for Law and Policy, testified in support of the bill.



06:40 PM --
Eleanor Cabell, representing herself, Indivisible Colorado, and the Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights, testified in support of the bill.



06:42 PM --
Jesus Loayza, representing the All Families Deserve a Chance Coalition, testified in support of the bill.



















































06:45 PM



Senator Guzman wrapped up her presentation of the bill. Committee members commented on the bill.

BILL: HB17-1305
TIME: 06:50:08 PM
MOVED: Court
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1305 to the Committee on Appropriations. The motion failed on a vote of 2-3.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
Yes
Fenberg
Yes
Hill
No
Sonnenberg
No
Marble
No
YES: 2 NO: 3 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL


BILL: HB17-1305
TIME: 06:53:31 PM
MOVED: Sonnenberg
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 17-1305 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 3-2.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Court
No
Fenberg
No
Hill
Yes
Sonnenberg
Yes
Marble
Yes
Final YES: 3 NO: 2 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS





06:54 PM



The committee adjourned.


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