DENVER — Friday, April 19, 2013 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed one dozen bills into law today.
|SB13-013||Secret Service Limited Peace Officer Authority||King / McCann||Concerning peace officer authority for certain employees of the United States Secret Service.|
|SB13-018||Permissible Use Of Credit Information By Employers||Ulibarri / Fischer||Concerning the use of consumer credit information by employers.|
|SB13-023||Increase Damages Caps Under CGIA||Cadman & Morse / Levy & Gardner||Concerning an increase in the limitation on the amount of damages that may be recovered by an injured party under the "Colorado Governmental Immunity Act."|
|SB13-042||Foreign Asst Med Professor Renew Physician License||Morse / Waller||Concerning the renewal of distinguished foreign teaching physician licenses by a person ranked lower than an associate professor.|
|SB13-058||Permanent Disability Parking Privileges||Grantham / Landgraf||Concerning the verification requirement for parking privileges for persons with a permanent disability.|
|SB13-071||Student ID Number For Adult Education Programs||Hudak / Fields||Concerning uniquely identifying student numbers for persons enrolled in adult education programs.|
|SB13-139||Supplemental On-line Education Services||Roberts / Coram||Concerning supplemental online education services.|
|SB13-184||Discrimination In Public Accommodation Crime||Steadman & King / Rosenthal||Concerning repeal of the criminal penalties for discrimination in places of public accommodation.|
|SB13-192||Emer Delay Criminal History Background Checks||Heath / Tyler||Concerning the ability of government agencies to extend the time permitted for action based on the results of fingerprint-based criminal history record checks.|
|HB13-1039||Moneys Credited To Legislative Dept Cash Fund||Court / Todd||Concerning additional sources of moneys to be credited to the legislative department cash fund.|
|HB13-1208||Incentives Offered By Creative Districts||Duran / Newell||Concerning creative districts and authorizing the creative industries division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development to offer incentives in the form of need-based funding for infrastructure development in state-certified creative districts and to provide such funding from any moneys appropriated to the creative industries cash fund for that purpose|
|HB13-1237||Special Olympics Colorado Tax Checkoff||Young & Buckner / Hodge||Concerning the voluntary contribution benefiting the Special Olympics Colorado fund that appears on the state individual income tax return forms.|
For a complete list of Hickenlooper’s 2013 legislation decisions, click here.