DENVER — Wednesday, March 7, 2018 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed these bills into law today.





SB 18-148

Medical Benefits After State Employee Work-related Death

Sens. Martinez Humenik & Moreno / Reps. Lawrence & Exum

Concerning the continuation of certain benefits through the "State Employee Group Benefits Act" for dependents of a state employee who dies in a work-related death.

SB 18-050

Free-standing Emergency Facility As Safe Haven

Sen. Smallwood / Reps. Coleman & Catlin

Concerning including staff of free-standing emergency facilities as part of Colorado's safe haven laws.

HB 18-1041

Crime Of Cruelty To Certified Police Working Horse

Rep. Catlin / Sen. Coram

Concerning adding certified police working horses to the crime of cruelty to a service animal or a certified police working dog.

SB 18-124

Imported Alcohol Beverages Waiting Period

Sen. Hill / Rep. Pabon

Concerning the removal of the thirty-day waiting period related to the sale of imported alcohol beverages.

SB 18-025

Urban Drainage Flood Control District Elections

Sen. Priola / Rep. Coleman

Concerning modernization of election procedures for the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District to conform with the current requirements of state law.

HB 18-1026

Relocate Title 12 Liquor Division Fund To Title 44

Rep. Herod / Sens. Cooke & Gardner

Concerning the nonsubstantive relocation of the law creating the Liquor Enforcement Division and State Licensing Authority cash fund from Title 24, Colorado Revised Statutes, to a new Title 44 as part of the organizational recodification of Title 12.

HB 18-1024

Relocate Title 12 Racing to New Title 44

Rep. Lee / Sen. Kagan

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

HB 18-1010

Department Of Human Services Report Data And Add Members To Working Group

Reps. Lee & Wilson / Sen. Coram

Concerning youth committed to the Department of Human Services, and, in connection therewith, requiring the Department to report certain data and adding members to the Youth Restraint and Seclusion Working Group.

HB 18-1105

Motor And Powersports Vehicle License Requirement

Reps. Liston & Melton / Sen. Tate

Concerning the unlicensed sale of vehicles.

HB 18-1048

Fort Lewis College Spending Hesperus Account

Rep. McLachlan / Sen. Coram

Concerning the expenditure of money from the Hesperus account by the Board of Trustees of Fort Lewis College.


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