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Gov. Hickenlooper signs several bills

DENVER — Monday, May, 13, 2013 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed 11 bills into law today.

 

Number Title Sponsors Summary
SB13-060 Civil Air Patrol Motor Vehicle License Plate Scheffel / McNulty Concerning the creation of a civil air patrol license plate and making an appropriation.
SB13-181 Water Conservation Board Construction Fund Projects Schwartz / Fischer Concerning the funding of Colorado water conservation board projects, and making appropriations.
SB13-200 Expand Medicaid Eligibility Aguilar / Ferrandino Concerning an increase in the income eligibility for certain optional groups in the Medicaid program to one hundred thirty-three percent of the federal poverty line and making and reducing an appropriation.
SB13-201 Designate Shelter & Rescue Dogs & Cats State Pets Kerr / Pettersen Concerning the designation of dogs and cats that are adopted from Colorado animal shelters and rescues as the state pets.
SB13-226 Create Dog Protection Act Balmer & Guzman / Court & Coram Concerning the creation of the “Dog Protection Act.”
HB13-1080 Aircraft Manufacturer Employee Income Tax Credit Holbert &
Kraft-Tharp / Harvey & Jahn
Concerning modifications to the Colorado aircraft manufacturer new employee income tax credit.
HB13-1163 Sexual Assault Victim Emergency Payment Program Kagan / Aguilar Concerning payment for medical costs associated with obtaining a medical forensic examination for victims of sexual offenses and making an appropriation.
HB13-1248 Irrigation Water Leasing Municipal Pilot Projects Fischer / Schwartz Concerning an authorization of pilot projects for the leasing of water for municipal use.
HB13-1266 Health Insurance Alignment Federal Law McCann & Gardner / Aguilar Concerning the alignment of state health insurance laws with the requirements of the federal "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act."
HB13-1287 Extend Colorado Job Growth Incentive Tax Credit 5 Years Primavera & DelGrosso / Scheffel & Heath Concerning an extension of the income tax years for which the Colorado job growth incentive tax credit is available.
HB13-1308 Cell Phone Information To Police In Emergency Situation Kagan & Gardner / Ulibarri & King Concerning allowing a law enforcement agency to acquire call location information from a telecommunications device without a court order in an emergency situation.

 

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

 

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