DENVER — Friday, April 12, 2019 — Gov. Jared Polis signed the following bills into law.

Number

Title

Sponsors

Summary

HB19-1177

Extreme Risk Protection Orders

Reps. Sullivan & Garnett/Sens. Court & Pettersen

Concerning the creation of an extreme risk protection order, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB19-1119

Peace Officer Internal Investigation Open Records

Rep. Coleman / Sen. Foote

Concerning public disclosure of a completed peace officer internal investigation file.

HB19-1035

Remove Fee Cap Electrical Inspection Local Government

Higher Education

Reps. Rich & Roberts / Sens. Woodward & Ginal

Concerning an increase in the flexibility to set fees for electrical inspections that are not conducted by the state.

HB19-1065

Public Hospital Boards Of Trustees

Reps. Soper & Roberts / Sen. Rankin

Concerning public hospital boards of trustees, and, in connection therewith, eliminating the restriction that a board may not include more than four local residents and allowing a board to unilaterally acquire real or personal property by lease if the board has designated the public hospital as an enterprise.

HB19-1007

Contribution Limits For County Offices

Rep. Sirota / Sen. Zenzinger

Concerning the establishment of contribution limits under the "Fair Campaign Practices Act" for candidates for county offices, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB19-1201

Board Of Education Executive Session Negotiations Strategy

Reps. Kipp & Wilson / Sens. Coram & Story

Concerning the ability of a board of education of a school district to meet in executive session to discuss the district's strategy in conducting negotiations relating to certain employment-related agreements.

HB19-1078

Landowner Consent Listing National Register

Reps. Lewis / Sens. Marble & Garcia

Concerning a requirement that consent of the owner of real property be obtained before the property may be listed on the national register of historic places.

HB19-1197

Protect Social Workers Personal Information on Internet

Reps. Carver & Singer / Sens. Lee & Gardner

Concerning restrictions on making public the personal information of government employees whose official duties involve child abuse and neglect cases.

SB19-147

Sunset Seed Potato Grower Regulation

Sens. Hisey & Sonnenburg / Reps. Valdez & Catlin

Concerning the continuation of the seed potato act, and, in connection therewith, implementing the recommendations contained in the 2018 sunset report by the department of regulatory agencies.

SB19-148

Sunset Process Seed Potato Advisory Committee

Sens. Hisey & Sonnenburg / Reps. Valdez & Catlin

Concerning the continuation of the seed potato advisory committee, and, in connection therewith, implementing the recommendations contained in the 2018 sunset report by the department of regulatory agencies.

SB19-076

CDOT Colorado Department Of Transportation Consulting

Engineer Contracts

Sen. Scott / Reps. Rich & Valdez

Concerning the procurement of consulting engineer services for department of transportation construction projects.

HB19-1186

School Employment Background Check Clarification

Reps. McLachlan & Exum / Sens. Bridges & Cooke

Concerning fingerprinting options for background checks for school employees.

SB19-151

Sunset Emergency Planning Subcommittee

Sen. Bridges / Rep. Exum

Concerning the continuation of the emergency planning subcommittee, and, in connection therewith, implementing the recommendations contained in the 2018 sunset report by the department of regulatory agencies.

SB19-129

Regulation of Online Schools

Sen. Story / Rep. Froelich

Concerning the regulation of online schools.

SB19-006

Electronic Sales And Use Tax Simplification System

Sen. Williams / Reps. Kraft-Tharp & Van Winkle

Concerning an electronic sales and use tax simplification system, and, in connection therewith, requiring the office of information technology to conduct a sourcing method for the development of the system and requiring the department of revenue to establish the implementation of the system for the acceptance of returns and processing of payments for the sales and use tax levied by the state and any local taxing jurisdictions, and making an appropriation.

SB19-152

Sunset Public Safety Communications Subcommittee

Sen. Williams / Reps. Duran & Arndt

Concerning the continuation of the public safety communications subcommittee, and, in connection therewith, implementing the recommendations contained in the 2018 sunset report by the department of regulatory agencies.

HB19-1191

Allow Farm Stands On Any Size Principal Use Site

Rep. Arndt / Sen. Donovan

Concerning the ability of a farm stand to be operated on a principal use site of any sized land area regardless of whether the site has been zoned by a local government for agricultural operations.

HB19-1135

Clarify Income Tax Credit For Retrofitting A Home

Reps. Gray / Sens. Tate & Winter

Concerning a clarification that the income tax credit for retrofitting a residence to increase a residence's accessibility is available for changes made to a residence that benefit a qualified individual's dependent.


 

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