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Gov. Hickenlooper signs 13 bills

DENVER — Saturday, May 18, 2013 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed 13 bills into law today and yesterday.


Number Title Sponsors Summary
SB13-019 Promote Water Conservation Schwartz / Fischer Concerning the promotion of water conservation measures.
SB13-175 Wildlife Habitat Stamp Programs Continuation Schwartz / Hamner & McLachlan Concerning the continuation of programs benefiting the preservation of wildlife habitat and continuing the wildlife habitat stamp committee.
SB13-178 Red Rocks Physician Assistant Graduate Program Hudak / Hamner Concerning authorizing Red Rocks Community College to offer a physician assistant studies program as a program of graduate education.
SB13-188 Landowner Preference Wildlife Hunting License Tochtrop & Schwartz / Vigil & Rankin Concerning a program to give landowners a preference for hunting licenses to encourage hunting on private property and making an appropriation.
SB13-224 Protect Our Rivers Motor Vehicle License Plate Kerr & Baumgardner / Hamner & Wright Concerning the creation of a "Protect Our Rivers" license plate for Colorado Trout Unlimited and making an appropriation.
SB13-260 Financing Of Public Schools Hudak & Steadman / Hamner Concerning the financing of public schools and making and reducing an appropriation.
SB13-269 Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Program Nicholson & Roberts / Coram & McLachlan Concerning the creation of a grant program to assist with efforts to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires to forested lands in Colorado.
HB13-1079 Creation Of The Joint Technology Committee Tyler / Newell Concerning the creation of the joint technology committee of the senate and house of representatives, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
HB13-1082 Expunging Juvenile Delinquency Records Labuda / Steadman Concerning juvenile delinquency records.
HB13-1204 Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act Gardner / Ulibarri Concerning the "Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act."
HB13-1250 Administer County Landscape Management Sonnenberg / Tochtrop Concerning the administration of county powers to maintain the landscape.
HB13-1252 Petroleum Storage Tank Redevelopment Fund Hamner & Scott / Jahn & King Concerning the petroleum cleanup and redevelopment fund.
HB13-1257 Developing Local-level Educator Evaluation Systems Hamner / Young Concerning working collaboratively with educators to develop a distinctive local-level personnel evaluation system for educators and making an appropriation.


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