DENVER — Friday, Mar. 17, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed these bills into law on Thursday, March 16, 2017.

Number

Title

Sponsors

Summary

HB 17-1006

Correct Statutory Citation In Rule Without Hearing

Sen. Kagan / Rep. Foote

Concerning the authorization of a process to correct statutory citations contained in executive branch agency rules published in the code of colorado regulations without the requirement to follow rule-making procedures.

 

HB 17-1050

Annual In-service Training for County Sheriffs

Sen. Kagan / Rep. McKean

 

Concerning the annual in-service training required for a county sheriff.

 

SB 17-034

Disaster Emergency Transfers From County General Funds

Sens. Jones & Lundberg / Reps. Foote & McKean

Concerning extension of the period following the declaration by the governor of a disaster emergency in a county within which the board of county commissioners of the county may transfer county general fund money to the county road and bridge fund for the purposes of disaster response and recovery.

SB 17-056

Reporting Requirements By Colorado Department Of Public Health And Environment To General Assembly

Sen. Kerr / Rep. Arndt

Concerning the scheduled repeal of reports by the department of public health and environment to the general assembly.

SB 17-050

Consolidate Forest Risk And Health Grant Programs

Sen. Cooke / Reps. Becker K. & Arndt

Concerning the consolidation of grant programs relating to forest management.

HB 17-1032

First Responder Peer Support Testimony Privilege

Sen. Cooke / Rep. Arndt

Concerning the evidentiary privilege for communications made during the provision of certain peer support services.

HB 17-1094

Telehealth Coverage under Health Benefits Plans

Sens. Crowder & Donovan / Reps. Buck & Valdez

Concerning modifications to the requirements for health benefit plans to cover health care services delivered via telehealth.

SB 17-090

Measuring Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol In Industrial Hemp

Sen. Baumgardner / Rep. Mitsch Bush

Concerning how to measure the level of Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol in industrial hemp.

HB 17-1054

Community-military Cooperation

Sen. Todd / Reps. Carver & Nordberg

Concerning partnerships between local governments and military installations, and, in connection therewith, identifying shared-service opportunities to reduce costs and increase efficiencies.

HB 17-1052

Child Welfare Allocation Formula Factors

Sen. Smallwood / Rep. Beckman

Concerning factors to take into consideration in determining the child welfare allocation formula in a given fiscal year.

HB 17-1055

Create New Tax Check-off For Urban Peak

Sen. Gardner / Rep. Herod

Concerning a voluntary contribution designation benefiting the urban peak housing and support services for youth experiencing homelessness fund that appears on the state individual tax return forms.

HB 17-1014

Election Offenses Committed By A Voter

Sens. Donovan & Hill / Reps. Rosenthal & Williams

Concerning the elimination of the criminal penalty imposed upon an elector for disclosing the contents of the elector’s voted ballot.

SB 17-026

State Engineer Statutes Cleanup

Sen. Sonnenberg / Rep. Arndt

Concerning requirements governing implementation of the state engineer's functions, and, in connection therewith, restructuring the fee that the state engineer may charge for rating certain types of water infrastructure, repealing certain requirements, and updating language in the statutes regarding the division of water resources.

SB 17-030

Exempt Injectable Anabolic Steroids For Cattle

Sen. Baumgardner / Rep. Esgar

Concerning the exemption from the schedules of controlled substances any anabolic steroid that is administered through injection into nonhuman species.

SB 17-127

Originator Exemption Mortgages To Family Members

Sen. Tate / Rep. Pabon

Concerning an expansion of the exemption from the requirements that apply to a mortgage loan originator to include up to three loans per year without compensation between family members.

HB 17-1011

Statutory of Limitations Discipline Mental Health Professionals

Sen. Tate / Rep. Melton

Concerning a limitation on when certain disciplinary actions may be commenced against a mental health professional, and, in connection therewith, requiring that a mental health professional provide notice to former clients regarding record retention and that all complaints be resolved by the agency within two years after the date the complaint was filed.

HB 17-1034

Medical Marijuana License Issues

Sen. Baumgardner / Rep. Pabon

Concerning licensing changes to the medical marijuana code to conform with the retail marijuana code.

HB 17-1105

Vehicle Titling And Registration Inspection Requirements

Sen. Baumgardner / Rep. Becker, J.

Concerning narrowing the circumstances in which physical inspection of a vehicle is required before issuing legal documentation identifying the vehicle.

HB 17-1137

Reporting Requirements By Department Of Revenue To General Assembly

Sens. Tate & Moreno / Reps. Thurlow & Hooton

Concerning the scheduled repeal of reports by the department of revenue to the general assembly.

HB 17-1140

Enhance Student Support Colorado School of Mines Fee-for-service Funds

Sen. Neville, T. / Rep. Danielson

Concerning permitted uses of fee-for-service contract money by the colorado school of mines.

HB 17-1046

Update Outdated Statutes Persons With Disabilities

Sen. Donovan / Rep. Lebsock

Concerning updating statutory references to certain limited outdated terms relating to people with disabilities.

SB 17-127

Originator Exemption Mortgages To Family Members

Sen. Tate / Rep. Pabon

Concerning an expansion of the exemption from the requirements that apply to a mortgage loan originator to include up to three loans per year without compensation between family members.

SB 17-026

State Engineer Statutes Cleanup

Sen. Sonnenberg / Rep. Arndt

Concerning requirements governing implementation of the state engineer's functions, and, in connection therewith, restructuring the fee that the state engineer may charge for rating certain types of water infrastructure, repealing certain requirements, and updating language in the statutes regarding the division of water resources.

SB 17-030

Exempt Injectable Anabolic Steroids For Cattle

Sen. Baumgardner / Rep. Esgar

Concerning the exemption from the schedules of controlled substances any anabolic steroid that is administered through injection into nonhuman species.

For a list of the governor’s legislative actions, please visit here.

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