DENVER —Friday, May 19, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed these bills into law on Thursday, May 18, 2017.





SB 17-193

Research Center Prevention Substance Abuse Addiction

Sens. Jahn & Lundberg /

Reps. Pettersen & Rankin

Concerning a correction to an amending clause in senate bill 16-146 related to the repeal of part 14 of article 4 of title 25.

HB 17-1211

Educators Professional Development Discipline Strategies

Sen. Priola /

Rep. Coleman

Concerning professional development for educators regarding disciplinary strategies for young students.

HB 17-1214

Encourage Employee Ownership Of Existing Small Business

Sen. Tate /

Rep. Coleman


Concerning efforts to encourage employee ownership of the state's existing small businesses.

SB 17-207

Strengthen CO Behavioral Health Crisis System

Sens. Cooke & Kagan /

Reps. Salazar & Sias

Concerning strengthening Colorado's statewide response to behavioral health crises, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 17-1162

Outstanding Judgments And Driver's Licenses

Rep. Gray /

Sen. Gardner

Concerning action that can be taken against an individual based on the individual's failure to pay for a traffic violation, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

SB 17-132

Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts

Sen. Gardner /

Reps. Wist & Melton

Concerning enactment of the 'Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts' as amended.

HB 17-1227

Electric Demand-side Management Program Extension

Sens. Priola & Fenberg / Reps. Winter & Lawrence

Concerning an extension of demand-side management goals for investor-owned utilities as set by the public utilities commission.


SB 17-297

Revising Higher Education Performance Requirements

Sen. Lambert / Rep. Hamner


Concerning revising higher education performance requirements.

HB 17-1354

Collection Of Delinquent Taxes On Mobile Homes

Sens. Priola & Kefalas / Rep. Becker, K.

Concerning the collection of delinquent taxes on certain mobile homes.

SB 17-305

Primary Election Clean-up

Sens. Fenberg & Lundberg / Reps. Neville & Foote

Concerning modifications to select statutory provisions affecting primary elections enacted by voters at the 2016 statewide general election to facilitate the effective implementation of the state's election laws, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 17-1266

Seal Misdemeanor Marijuana Conviction Records

Sens. Fenberg & Marble / Reps. Hooton & Melton


Concerning allowing persons who were convicted of misdemeanors for marijuana-related behaviors that are no longer illegal to petition for the sealing of criminal records relating to such convictions.

HB 17-1201

Science Technology Engineering Math Diploma Endorsement

Sens. Zenzinger & Sen. Priola / Re

p. Coleman


Concerning authorization for granting a high school diploma endorsement in the combined disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

HB 17-1246

ST-elevation Myocardial Infarction Task Force Recommendations Heart Attack Care

Sens. Garcia & Tate / Rep. Kraft-Tharp


Concerning implementation of the STEMI task force recommendations relating to reporting confirmed heart attack incidents in the state.

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