Gov. Polis signs bills into law

Monday, May 13, 2019

DENVER — Gov. Jared Polis signed the following bills into law.







Sunset License Regulate Psychiatric Technicians

Sens. Court & Fields/ Rep. Sirota

Concerning the continuation of the regulation of psychiatric technicians by the state board of nursing, and, in connection therewith, implementing the recommendations contained in the 2018 sunset report by the department of regulatory agencies.


Notice Requirements Employees Sharing Gratuities

Reps. McLachlan & Van Winkle/ Sens. Fields & Priola

Concerning the notice requirements of employers with regard to the sharing of gratuities.


Assisted Living Residence Referral Disclosures

Reps. Singer & Van Winkle/ Sens. Todd & Hisey

Concerning a requirement that a referral agency make disclosures to a prospective resident of an assisted living residence.


Update Business Entity Laws

Sen. Lee/ Rep. Bird

Concerning updates to the laws governing business entities, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.


Prior Authorization Requirements Health Care Service

Reps. Michaelson Jenet & Caraveo/ Sen. Williams

Concerning prior authorization requests submitted by providers for a determination of coverage of health care services under a health benefit plan.


Rule Review Bill

Sens. Lee & Gardner/ Reps. Weissman & Herod

Concerning implementation of recommendations of the committee on legal services in connection with legislative review of rules of state agencies.


Extend School Finance Interim Committee

Sens. Lundeen & Garnett/ Reps. Garnett & Buckner

Concerning the legislative interim committee on school finance.


School Discipline For Preschool Through Second Grade

Reps. Lontine & Larson/ Sens. Priola & Fields

Concerning the discipline of preschool through second grade students enrolled in publicly funded education programs.


Increase Student Aid Application Completion Rates

Rep. Coleman/ Sen. Bridges

Concerning increasing completion rates of applications for student financial aid for higher education, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.


Financial Aid For Students With In-state Tuition

Rep. Gonzales-Gutierrez/Sen. Moreno

Concerning student financial assistance for students who are classified as in-state students for tuition purposes.


Child College Savings Accounts

Reps. Herod & Buckner/Sen. Fenberg

Concerning the creation of the college kickstarter account program to incentivize the creation of a college savings account for every child born in Colorado.


Income Tax Credit For Early Childhood Educators

Reps. Buckner & Wilson/ Sens. Todd & Priola

Concerning giving consumers notice of cell-cultured meat products.


Regulate Student Education Loan Servicers

Sens. Winter & Fenberg/ Reps. Roberts & Jackson

Concerning the regulation of student education loan servicers, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.