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Gov. Hickenlooper signs several bills

DENVER —Tuesday, May 29, 2012 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed several bills today.

 

Number Title Sponsors Summary
SB12-020 Immunity For Reporters Of Overdoses Aguilar / Summers Concerning immunity from certain criminal offenses when a person reports in good faith an emergency drug or alcohol overdose event.
SB12-078 Protections For At-risk Adults Hudak /
Schafer S.
 
Concerning protections for at-risk adults.
SB12-149 Allow Local Gov Retirement Plan Modifications Steadman / Priola Concerning the circumstances in which the board of defined benefit plan or system created by a created by a local government may modify retirement benefit provisions of the plan or system.
HB12-1052 Health Care Work Force Data Collection Summers / Roberts & Boyd Concerning the collection of health care work force data from health care professionals, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
HB12-1068 Nonprofit Cemetery Corporation Board Directors McKinley / Grantham Concerning the administration of a nonprofit cemetery corporation by persons who own the right to bury a deceased person within the cemetery.
HB12-1105 Wind Energy Property Rights Becker / Tochtrop Concerning wind energy property rights.
HB12-1143 Adjust County Reimbursement Rate For Elections Ferrandino / Steadman Concerning an adjustment in the reimbursement rates in the state pays county governments for costs associated with elections involving statewide ballot measures, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
HB12-1237 Common Interest Community HOA Records Copies Williams A. / Harvey Concerning the records kept by the unit owners’ association of a common interest community.
HB12-1263 Reduce Barriers To Employment Criminal Records Levy / Steadman Concerning reducing barriers to employment by state of Colorado agencies for people with criminal records.
HB12-1268 Health Facility Safety Inspection Transfer to CDPS Acree / Hudak Concerning a transfer of functions pertaining to health facility compliance with certain building safety standards from the department of public health and environment to the division of fire safety in the office of preparedness, security, and fire safety within the department of public safety, and, in connection therewith, creating the health facility construction and inspection section in the division of fire safety.
HB12-1270 Alcohol Retail Purchase By On-premises Licensee Ryden / Heath Concerning an increase in the limit on the amount of alcohol beverages a person licensed to sell alcohol beverages for on-premises consumption may purchase from a licensed alcohol beverage retailer.
HB12-1293 Recall Elections Modify Procedures & Deadlines Todd / King K. Concerning modifications to procedures that govern recall elections.
HB12-1304 Prevention Of Organized Retail Theft Barker / Newell Concerning measures to prevent organized retail theft.
HB12-1332 Licensure Of Anesthesiologist Assistants Balmer / Guzman Concerning licensure of anesthesiologist assistants.

 

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

 

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