DENVER — Tuesday, June 6, 2017 — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed these bills into law today.





SB 17-240

Sunset Motor Vehicle Dealers Sales

Sens. Tate & Jahn / Rep. Winter

Concerning the continuation of the regulation of persons who sell vehicles in the ordinary course of business, and, in connection therewith, implementing the recommendations of the sunset report of the department of regulatory agencies and making an appropriation.

SB 17-211

Contractor Surety Bonds For Public Projects

Sen. Scott / Reps. Kraft-Tharp & Lawrence

Concerning a requirement that a state agency accept the full amount of a bid security bond issued by a surety company to a prospective contractor for a public project.

HB 17-1338

Municipal Court Bond Hold Notification and Hearing

Sens. Kagan & Marble / Reps. Bridges & Liston

Concerning a requirement for a timely hearing for a defendant in jail with a municipal court hold.

SB 17-103

Early Learning Strategies In Education Accountability

Sen. Merrifield / Rep. Pettersen

Concerning implementing research-based early learning strategies as corrective actions in the public elementary and secondary education accountability system.

HB 17-1330

No Escape Convictions For Habitual Criminals

Sens. Fields & Cooke / Reps. Lee & Wist

Concerning disallowing the use of certain convictions for the purpose of adjudicating a person an habitual criminal.

HB 17-1308

Individualized Conditions Of Parole

Sens. Cooke & Kagan / Reps. Salazar & Sias

Concerning allowing individualized conditions of parole.

HB 17-1292

Child Welfare Provider Rates

Sen. Lundberg / Rep. Young

Concerning child welfare licensed out-of-home placement provider rates, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 17-1274

Veterinary Pharmaceutical Compounding Animal Patient

Sen. Baumgardner / Rep. Ginal

Concerning the limited circumstances under which a veterinarian may use a compounded pharmaceutical drug for the treatment of an animal patient that is a food animal.

HB 17-1263

Limited Lines Self-storage Insurance License

Sen. Gardner / Reps. McKean & Hansen

Concerning an authorization for the commissioner of insurance to issue a license that allows a limited lines producer to sell limited lines self-storage insurance.

HB 17-1252

Courts Collect Costs From Criminal Offenders

Sen. Hill / Rep. Ginal

Concerning the collection of court costs from persons who are convicted of criminal offenses.

HB 17-1249

Penalties For Unlicensed Motor Vehicle Sales

Sen. Tate / Rep. Melton

Concerning the unlicensed selling of motor vehicles, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 17-1212

Colorado Aviation Special License Plate

Sens. Kagan & Gardner / Reps. Rosenthal & Sias

Concerning the creation of an aviation special license plate.

HB 17-1165

Department Of Regulatory Agencies Boards Disciplinary Action Resolution Process

Sen. Aguilar / Rep. Lebsock

Concerning the resolution of disciplinary actions by agencies within the department of regulatory agencies, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 17-1139

Medicaid Provider Compliance Billing Safety Rules

Sens. Kefalas & Martinez Humenik / Reps. Landgraf & Michaelson Jenet

Concerning improving medicaid client protections through effective enforcement of medicaid provider requirements.

HB 17-1369

Bonds Persons Fail Appear Due Immigration Issues

Sen. Marble / Rep. Pabon

Concerning bond procedures for persons not appearing in court due to immigration-related issues.

HB 17-1360

Allow Criminal Record Sealing Subsequent Offense

Sen. Moreno / Rep. Pabon

Concerning allowing a person with a subsequent criminal case to seal a low-level offense.

HB 17-1329

Reform Division Of Youth Corrections

Sens. Coram & Kagan / Reps. Lee & Landgraf

Concerning critical incidents, renaming and expanding the role of the youth seclusion working group, requiring an independent assessment of the division, creating community boards in each region of the division, requiring the state auditor to audit certain reports of the division, and making an appropriation.

HB 17-1365

Liquor-licensed Drugstores Electronic Benefit Transfers

Sens. Smallwood & Kefalas / Reps. Garnett & Nordberg

Concerning an exemption from the prohibition against having electronic benefits transfer services available through an automated teller machine located on a liquor-licensed premises for an establishment licensed as a liquor-licensed drugstore.

HB 17-1288

Penalties For Felony DUI Offenders

Sens. Court & Cooke / Reps. Saine & Foote

Concerning the penalties for DUI offenders who commit their fourth and subsequent DUI offenses.

HB 17-1200

Update Public Benefit Corporation Requirements

Sens. Kefalas & Tate / Reps. Wist & Gray

Concerning modification of the laws regulating public benefit corporations, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 17-1090

Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit Extension

Sens. Kefalas & Gardner / Reps. Kraft-Tharp & Wilson

Concerning the advanced industry investment tax credit, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 17-1181

Required State Assessment For Ninth-grade Students

Sens. Todd & Priola / Reps. Pettersen & Lundeen

Concerning requiring a single statewide end-of-year assessment for students enrolled in ninth grade that is aligned with the tenth-grade state assessment, and, in connection therewith, reducing an appropriation.

HB 17-1302

Juvenile Sexting Crime

Sens. Fields & Gardner / Reps. Lee & Willett

Concerning matters related to sexually explicit images of a juvenile, and, in connection therewith, requiring a post-enactment review of the implementation of this act.

HB 17-1160

Kindergarten Through Third Grade English Learner Reading Assessment Language

Sens. Fields & Priola / Reps. Hamner & Wilson

Concerning authorizing a local education provider to determine the language in which a student who is an English language learner takes reading assessments in kindergarten through third grade.

SB 17-286

Driver's Permit License Disability Administration

Sen. Holbert / Rep. Ransom

Concerning the administration of the requirements necessary to allow a person to operate a motor vehicle on the highways of the state.

HB 17-1116

Continue Low-income Household Energy Assistance

Sen. Martinez Humenik / Reps. Hamner & Exum

Concerning the continuation of energy-related assistance to low-income households.

HB 17-1326

Justice Reinvestment Crime Prevention Initiative

Sens. Gardner & Kagan / Rep. Lee

Concerning creation of the justice reinvestment crime prevention initiative, and, in connection therewith, funding the initiative through savings created by parole reforms and making and reducing an appropriation.

SB 17-306

Direct Transfer High Cost Support Mechanism To Broadband Grant Recipients

Sen. Lambert / Rep. Hamner

Concerning a direct transfer of money from the high cost support mechanism to broadband deployment grant applicants with proposed broadband deployment projects that have been approved by the broadband deployment board for a grant award, and, in connection therewith, requiring segregation of funds for basic voice service from funds for broadband deployment.

HB 17-1043

Continue Funding Fraud Investigators Unit

Sens. Williams & Priola / Reps. Navarro & Gray

Concerning an extension of the scheduled repeal date for uniform commercial code filing fees to provide funding for the Colorado fraud investigators unit.

HB 17-1079

Continue Fees Wholesale Food Manufacture And Storage

Sens. Jahn & Coram / Rep. Kennedy

Concerning the continued collection of fees for wholesale food manufacturing and storage, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

HB 17-1082

BEST Building Excellent Schools Today Act Technology Grant Funding

Sen. Tate / Rep. Pabon

Concerning clarification that financial assistance under the 'Building Excellent Schools Today Act' includes technology grants.

HB 17-1176

PERA Public Employees' Retirement Association Retirees Employed By Rural School Districts

Sen. Sonnenberg / Reps. Becker, J. & McLachlan

Concerning an extension of the employment after retirement limitations for retirees of the public employees' retirement association employed by a rural school district after retirement.

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