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Gov. Hickenlooper signs several bills

DENVER — Monday, March 19, 2012 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed several bills today.


Number Title Sponsors Summary
HB12-1018 FPPA Social Security Pension Modifications Labuda / Tochtrop Concerning Modifications to Available Affiliation by Social Security Employers with The Fire And Police Pension Association
HB12-1071 Portable Electronics Insurance Liston / Jahn Concerning Portable Electronics Insurance
HB12-1077 FPPA Investment Confidentiality Revisions Gardner B. / Tochtrop Concerning Modifications to the Investment Confidentiality Provisions Related to Police Officers' and Firefighters' Pension Plans
HB12-1096 Extend Make-A-Wish Foundation of CO Tax Checkoff Kerr / Brophy Concerning an Extension of the Period for Which the Voluntary Contribution Designation Line Benefiting the Make-A-Wish Foundation Of Colorado Fund Appears on State Individual Income Tax Return Forms
HB12-1120 Create Unemployment Insurance Division in DOLE Swerdfeger / Tochtrop Concerning the Creation of the Division Of Unemployment Insurance in the Department Of Labor And Employment to Administer the Unemployment Insurance Program
HB12-1127 Unemployment Insurance Rate Reduction for New Employers Liston /
Williams S.
Concerning Elimination of an Increase in the Unemployment Insurance Premium Rate for New Employers
SB12-029 Enactment of 2011 Colorado Revised Statutes Morse /
Gardner B.
Concerning the Enactment of Colorado Revised Statutes 2011 as the Positive and Statutory Law of The State Of Colorado
SB12-042 Child Support Requirements and Federal Law Spence / Summers Concerning Bringing Certain Statutory Provisions Related to Child Support Into Compliance with Federal Law
SB12-111 Full Time Equivalent Employees Department Reporting Hodge / Levy Concerning Departmental Reporting of Full-Time Equivalent Employees
SB12-112 Full Time Equivalent Employee Definition Hodge / Levy Concerning the Headnote Definition of Full-Time Equivalent Employees Used in the Annual General Appropriation Act
SB12-113 Direct Public Assistance Recoveries in Long Bill Sen. Lambert
Rep. Gerou
Concerning the Designation in the Annual General Appropriations Act of the Portion to be Redirected to the Counties of the State's Share of Recoveries for Public Assistance Paid for Family Support Obligations
SB12-114 Disputed Tobacco Settlement Payments to General Fund Lambert / Levy Concerning the Crediting of all Disputed Payments Received by the State Pursuant to the Tobacco Litigation Settlement Agreement on Or After July 1, 2008, to the State General Fund
SB12-115 Limited Gaming Tax Consider Recipient Testimony Steadman / Becker Concerning a Requirement That the Limited Gaming Control Commission Take Into Account the Impact on All Authorized Recipients of Gaming Tax Revenue When Considering Changes in Rules Governing the Taxes On Limited Gaming Activity


For a complete list of Gov. Hickenlooper’s 2012 legislation decisions, click here.