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Gov. Hickenlooper signs bills

DENVER — Friday, May 3, 2013 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed bills into law today.

 

Number
Title
Sponsors Summary
SB13-126 HOA Condo Apt Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Guzman / Duran Concerning the removal of unreasonable restrictions on the ability of the owner of an electric vehicle to access charging facilities.
SB13-182 Resale Time Shares Deceptive Trade Practices Nicholson / Williams Concerning deceptive trade practices related to time share resale services.
SB13-186 Updating Requirements New Building Technologies Tochtrop / Pettersen Concerning updating requirements for new building-integrated photovoltaic technologies.
HB13-1101 Progressive Raffles Singer / Tochhrop Concerning progressive raffles and making an appropriation.
HB13-1152 Nursing Facility Per Diem Rates Levy & Gerou / Hodge Concerning the general fund portion of the per diem rates paid to nursing facilities and reducing an appropriation.
HB13-1167 Secretary Of State Collect Business Information Pettersen & Duran / Crowder Concerning the collection of business information by the secretary of state and making an appropriation.
HB13-1190 Contrib To Intermediary Org For Enter Zone Project Moreno / Heath Concerning allowing a taxpayer to make a donation to an intermediary nonprofit organization for the enterprise zone contribution tax credit.
HB13-1220 Confidentiality K-12 Educator Performance Data Salazar / Heath Concerning the confidentiality of an individual educator's performance data.
HB13-1222 Family Care Act Family Medical Leave Eligibility Peniston / Ulibarri Concerning the expansion of the group of family members for whom Colorado employees are entitled to take leave from work under the federal "Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993."
HB13-1265 Enter Zone Bus Facility Employee Tax Credit Hullinghorst / Heath Concerning the income tax credit for business facility employees under the "urban and rural enterprise zone act."

 

For a complete list of Hickenlooper’s 2013 legislation decisions, click here.