DENVER — Wednesday, May 20, 2015 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed these bills into law today:





HB 15-1323

Changes to Assessments in Public Schools

Reps. Buckner & Wilson / Sens. Holbert & Kerr

Concerning assessments in public schools, and, in connection therewith, codifying the consensus recommendations of the standards and assessments thask force created in House Bill 14-1202, and reducing an appropriation.

SB 15-056

Frequency of Statewide Social Studies Testing

Rep. Kraft-Tharp / Sen. Kerr

Concerning reducing the frequency of administering the statewide assessment in social studies, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 15-1317

Pay for Success Contracts

Reps. Garnett & Rankin/ Sens. Johnston and Martinez Humenik

Concerning pay for success contracts.

HB 15-1129

Colorado Disaster Prediction and Decision Support Systems

Rep. Kraft-Tharp / Sen. Roberts

Concerning disaster prediction and decision support systems by the Department of Public Safety, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 15-1344

Fund National Western Center and Capitol Complex Projects

Reps. Duran & Becker, J. / Sens. Sonnenberg & Steadman

Concerning the financing of state capital construction projects that are included in the National Western Center or Capitol Complex Master Plans, and, in connection therewith, authorizing the state to enter into lease-purchase agreements to finance facilities for Colorado State University that are included in the National Western Master Plan, creating the National Western Center Trust Fund, and creating a Capitol Complex Master Plan Implementation Fund as a funding source for projects that are included in the Capitol Complex Master Plan.

HB 15-1285

Law Enforcement Use Of Body-worn Cameras

Reps. Kagan & Williams / Sens. Cooke & Ulibarri

Concerning use of body-worn cameras by law enforcement officers, and, in connection therewith, establishing a grant program and a study group to recommend policies on the use of body-worn cameras and making an appropriation.

HB 15-1287

Police Officer Training Improvements

Rep. Williams / Sen. Cooke

Concerning measures to improve peace officer training.

HB 15-1290

Stop Police Interference Cop Incident Recordings

Reps. Salazar & Esgar / Sen. Guzman

Concerning prohibiting a peace officer from interfering with a person lawfully recording a peace officer-involved incident.

HB 15-1303

Sentencing For Certain 2nd Degree Assaults

Rep. Melton / Sen. Lundberg

Concerning eliminating the application of certain sentencing provisions to certain persons who are convicted of assault in the second degree.

SB 15-217

Police Shooting Data Collection

Rep. Williams / Sens. Roberts & Cooke

Concerning data collection related to peace officer-involved shootings of a person, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

SB 15-218

Disclose Misrepresentations By Peace Officers

Rep. Williams / Sens. Roberts & Cooke

Concerning requiring a law enforcement agency to disclose whether a peace officer has made a knowing misrepresentation in certain settings.

SB 15-219

Peace Officer Shootings Transparency Measures

Rep. Salazar / Sens. Cooke & Roberts

Concerning measures to provide additional transparency to peace officer-involved shootings.

HB 15-1262

Contractual Joint Governmental Entity Powers

Rep. Rosenthal / Sen. Balmer

Concerning separate legal entities established by a contract between two or more political subdivisions of the state, and, in connection therewith, clarifying the legal status and scope of powers of such an entity.

HB 15-1343

Streamline HOA Manager Licensing Requirements

Reps. Williams & Thurlow / Sens. Todd & Balmer

Concerning a streamlined process to simplify the licensure of persons who manage the affairs of common interest communities under the “Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act”, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

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