DENVER — Thursday, March 1, 2018 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed these bills into law today.

Number

Title

Sponsors

Summary

HB 18-1031

Employer Entry FPPA Fire And Police Pension Association Defined Benefit System

Reps. Melton & Ransom / Sens. Cooke & Jones

Concerning employer entry into the fire and police pension association defined benefit system.

HB 18-1022

DOR Department Of Revenue Issue Sales Tax Request For Information

Sens. Jahn & Neville / Reps. Sias & Kraft-Tharp

Concerning a requirement that the Department of Revenue issue a request for information for an electronic sales and use tax simplification system.

SB 18-019

Expanded Duration For Colorado Water Resources And Power Development Authority Revolving Loans

Sens. Donovan & Coram / Reps. Hansen & Arndt

Concerning an expansion of the duration for which the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority may make a loan under the authority's revolving loan programs.

SB 18-067

Auction Alcohol In Sealed Container Special Events

Sens. Zenzinger & Priola / Reps. Kraft-Tharp & Van Winkle

Concerning the ability of certain organizations conducting a special event to auction alcohol beverages in sealed containers for fundraising purposes under specified circumstances.

SB 18-030

Relocate Auto Industry Division To Title 44

Sens. Holbert & Kagan / Reps. Foote & Willett

Concerning the nonsubstantive relocation of laws related to self-propelled vehicles from title 12, Colorado Revised Statutes, as part of the organizational recodification of title 12.

HB 18-1165

Supplemental Appropriation - Department Of Public Safety

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Public Safety.

SB 18-027

Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact

Sens. Todd & Smallwood / Reps. McKean & Kraft-Tharp

Concerning the enactment of the "Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact", and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

SB 18-035

Relocate Title 24 Gambling Intercept To Title 44

Sens. Gardner & Cooke / Rep. Wist

Concerning the nonsubstantive relocation of laws related to gambling payment intercept from title 24, Colorado Revised Statutes, to a new title 44 as part of the organizational recodification of title 12.

SB 18-032

Title 12 Relocation

Sens. Gardner & Cooke / Reps. Foote & Herod

Concerning the nonsubstantive relocation of laws from title 12, Colorado Revised Statutes, as part of the organizational recodification of title 12.

SB 18-041

Authorize Water Use Incidental Sand And Gravel Mines

Sens. Coram & Baumgardner / Reps. Saine & Arndt

Concerning the ability of operators of sand and gravel mines to use water incidental to sand and gravel mining operations to mitigate the impacts of mining.

HB 18-1079

Recommend Use Of State's Long-term Works Reserve

Rep. Beckman / Sen. Crowder

Concerning a requirement that the works allocation committee prepare annual recommendations for the use of the Colorado long-term works reserve.

HB 18-1075

Enactment of CRS 2017

Reps. Lee & Herod / Sens. Kagan & Cooke

Concerning the enactment of Colorado Revised Statutes 2017 as the positive and statutory law of the state of Colorado.

HB 18-1173

Supplemental General Fund Transfer Information Technology Capital Construction Account

Rep. Rankin / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental transfer of money from the general fund to the information technology capital account of the capital construction fund for the 2017-18 state fiscal year.

HB 18-1159

Supplemental Appropriation - Dept Of Education

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Education.

HB 18-1160

Supplemental Appropriation - Department Of Governor, Lt. Governor, and Office State Planning and Budgeting

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the offices of the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and State Planning and Budgeting.

HB 18-1161

Supplemental Appropriation - Dept Of Health Care Policy and Financing

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing.

HB 18-1162

Supplemental Appropriation - Department Of Human Services

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Human Services.

HB 18-1163

Supplemental Appropriation - Judicial Department

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Judicial Department.

HB 18-1164

Supplemental Appropriation - Department Of Personnel

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Personnel.

HB 18-1166

Supplemental Appropriation - Department Of Regulatory Agencies

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Regulatory Agencies.

HB 18-1167

Supplemental Appropriation - Department Of Revenue

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Revenue.

HB 18-1168

Supplemental Appropriation - Department Of State

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Department of State.

HB 18-1169

Supplemental Appropriation - Department Of Treasury

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the Department of the Treasury.

HB 18-1170

Supplemental Appropriation - Capital Construction

Rep. Hamner / Sen. Lambert

Concerning funding for capital construction, and making supplemental appropriations in connection therewith.

HB 18-1144

Update Publishing Requirement DOR Department Of Revenue Taxes Paid Table

Rep. Thurlow / Sen. Tate

Concerning certain publishing requirements for the department of revenue's "Disclosure of Average Taxes Paid" table.

SB 18-034

Relocate Title 12 Gaming To New Title 44

Sens. Cooke & Guzman / Reps. Wist & Lee

Concerning the nonsubstantive relocation of laws related to the regulation of gaming from title 12, Colorado Revised Statutes, to a new title 44 as part of the organizational recodification of title 12.

SB 18-054

Cap Fee Increases Assisted Living Residences

Sen. Crowder / Rep. Liston

Concerning a limitation on the amount of an increase in fees assessed against assisted living residences by the Department of Public Health and Environment.

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