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Gov. Hickenlooper signs several bills

DENVER —Monday, June 4, 2012 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed several bills today:


Number Title Sponsors Summary
SB12-166 Synchronize Econ Dev Reports & Req Annual Report Giron / Priola Concerning the Coordination Of Various Economic Development Reports, And, In Connection Therewith, Requiring The Colorado Office Of Economic Development To Report Annually To The General Assembly Regarding The Programs It Administers.
HB12-1053 Victims' Rights Changes Gardner B. / Giron Concerning The Victims' Rights Act
HB12-1300 Sunset Continue Professional Review Committees Gardner B. / Aguilar Concerning Professional Review Committees, And, In Connection
Therewith, Implementing The Sunset Review Recommendations
Of The Department Of Regulatory Agencies And Making An
HB12-1281 Medicaid Payment Reform Pilot Program Young & Gerou / Steadman & Roberts Concerning A Pilot Program Establishing New Payment Methodologies In Medicaid, And, In Connection Therewith, Making An Appropriation.
HB12-1355 Transfer Geological Survey To School Of Mines Gerou / Hodge Concerning the Transfer Of The Geological Survey To The Colorado School Of Mines.
HB12-1317 Parks & Wildlife Commission Composition & Terms Sonnenberg / Schwartz Concerning The Creation Of The Parks And Wildlife Commission To Replace The Parks And Wildlife Board In The Department Of Natural Resources, And, In Connection Therewith, Describing The Composition And Terms Of The Commission, And Reducing Appropriations.
HB12-1002 The CLEAR Act & Application Permit Rules Sonnenberg / Jahn Concerning the Rules of State Agencies Applicable To Applications for Permits.
HB12-1314 Oil & Gas Filing Exception Sonnenberg / Hodge Concerning an Exception to The Requirement To File An Oil And Gas
Severance Tax Return for A Person Who Has Less Than A Certain Amount Withheld, And, In Connection Therewith, Making an Appropriation.
HB12-1330 Hunting Fishing License Suspension Hearing Becker / Hodge Concerning the Creation of a Hearing Process to End a Suspension Of Privileges to Attempt to Take Wildlife, And, In Connection Therewith, Making An Appropriation.
HB12-1037 Classify Certain Ag Products Wholesale Sales Becker / Tochtrop Concerning the Classification Of The Sales Of Certain Items Used In Agricultural Production As Wholesale Sales.
HB12-1294 CDPHE Authority Health Care Facilities Liston /Tochtrop Concerning Modifications To The System Of Regulation Of Health Facilities Currently Regulated By The Department Of Public Health And Environment And, In Connection Therewith, Making An Appropriation.
HB12-1099 Phytoremediation Hemp Remediation Pilot Program McKinley / Tochtrop & Williams Concerning The Establishment Of An Industrial Hemp Remediation Pilot Program To Study Phytoremediation Through The Growth Of Hemp On Contaminated Soil, And, In Connection Therewith, Making An Appropriation.
HB12-1331 Name Change Western State College Of Colorado Brown / Schwartz Concerning Changing The Name Of Western State College Of Colorado To Western State Colorado University.
SB12-068 No Trans Fats In Public School Foods Guzman / Massey Concerning Prohibiting The Inclusion Of Industrially Produced Trans Fats In Foods Made Available To Students By Public Schools, And, In Connection Therewith, Making An Appropriation.
HB12-1155 Improvements In College Completion Massey / Bacon Concerning Measures To Increase The Timely Completion Of Postsecondary Degrees, And, In Connection Therewith, Making An Appropriation.
HB12-1261 Effective Educators Low-performing Schools Solano / Bacon Concerning Effective Educators In Low-Performing, High-Needs schools, And, In Connection Therewith, Making an Appropriation.
HB12-1240 Statutory Changes To K-12 Education Kerr A. / Bacon & King K. Concerning Statutory Changes to K-12 Education.


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