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Monday, February 21, 2011
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
SCR11-001 by Senator(s) Shaffer B. and Spence, Kopp, Brophy, Heath, Jahn, King S., Morse, Roberts,
Schwartz, Steadman, Tochtrop, White; also Representative(s) Murray and Court, McNulty,
Acree, Barker, Baumgardner, Becker, Brown, Casso, Conti, Coram, Duran, Ferrandino, Fields,
Fischer, Gardner D., Hamner, Hullinghorst, Kagan, Kefalas, Kerr A., Labuda, Lee, Levy,
Liston, Massey, McCann, McKinley, Miklosi, Pace, Peniston, Priola, Riesberg, Ryden, Schafer
S., Scott, Solano, Sonnenberg, Soper, Summers, Swerdfeger, Todd, Tyler, Vigil, Williams A.,
Wilson--Submitting to the registered electors of the state of Colorado an amendment to the
Colorado constitution concerning ballot measures, and, in connection therewith, increasing the
number of votes needed to pass a constitutional amendment from a majority to at least sixty
percent of the votes cast; allowing a constitutional amendment passed prior to 2013 to be
repealed by a majority of the votes cast; adding a requirement that a minimum number of
petition signatures for a citizen-initiated constitutional amendment be gathered from voters
who reside in each Colorado congressional district; and increasing the requirement from a
majority to a two-thirds vote of the state legislature to change, repeal, or supersede a citizeninitiated
law for three years after it becomes effective.
SB11-010 by Senator(s) Tochtrop; also Representative(s) Priola--Concerning the trade readjustment
allowance program.
SB11-039 by Senator(s) Tochtrop; also Representative(s) Massey--Concerning the consequences of
default in payments due for storage of personal property in a self-storage facility.
(Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, February 18, 2011, page 230.)
SB11-012 by Senator(s) Brophy; also Representative(s) Massey--Concerning a public school student's
authority to possess prescription medications at school.
(Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, February 18, 2011, page 230.)
SB11-034 by Senator(s) Nicholson; also Representative(s) Summers--Concerning requiring an educator
who provides services through the women, infants, and children program to report child abuse
or neglect.
(Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, February 18, 2011, page 230.)
SB11-043 by Senator(s) Steadman; --Concerning a requirement that pharmaceutical manufacturers
develop plans for the safe disposal of sharps intended for home use.
(Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, February 18, 2011, pages 230-231.)
SENATE CALENDAR
Sixty-Eighth General Assembly Monday, February 21st, 2011
STATE OF COLORADO 41st Legislative Day
First Regular Session Hour of convening 10:00 A.M.
(Requires 24 votes)
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SB11-007 by Senator(s) Grantham; also Representative(s) Becker--Concerning the responsibility for the
prosecution of a person who is charged with failure to register as a sex offender.
(Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, February 18, 2011, page 231.)
SB11-016 by Senator(s) Grantham; --Concerning increases in the amounts allocated to certain family
members during the administration of a decedent's estate.
(Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, February 18, 2011, pages 231-232.)
SB11-110 by Senator(s) Nicholson; also Representative(s) Coram--Concerning a requirement that certain
boards of county commissioners develop an open burning permit system for the purpose of
safely disposing of slash.
(Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, February 18, 2011, page 232.)
SB11-008 by Senator(s) Boyd; also Representative(s) Gerou--Concerning aligning medicaid eligibility
for children.
(Amended in General Orders as printed in Senate Journal, February 18, 2011, page 232.)
GENERAL ORDERS–SECOND READING OF BILLS–CONSENT CALENDAR
SB11-084 by Senator(s) Boyd; also Representative(s) Summers--Concerning the employment of
physicians at long-term care facilities.
(Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
February 17, 2011, pages 215-216.)
SB11-083 by Senator(s) Roberts; --Concerning provisions relating to the Colorado probate code.
(Judiciary recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 17, 2011,
pages 217-224.)
GENERAL ORDERS--SECOND READING OF BILLS
SB11-013 by Senator(s) Newell; also Representative(s) Lee--Concerning the use of alternative dispute
resolution practices.
(Judiciary recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, January 27,
2011, page 66.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
SB11-019 by Senator(s) King K.; also Representative(s) Stephens--Concerning payment of the costs of
health insurance coverage to employees of small employers.
(Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate
Journal, February 4, 2011, page 104.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
SB11-009 by Senator(s) Steadman, Guzman; also Representative(s) Fischer, Gardner B.--Concerning
procedural requirements for payment of costs related to impounded animals.
(Judiciary recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, January 25, 2011,
page 55.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
SB11-055 by Senator(s) Lundberg, Lambert, Kopp, Renfroe; also Representative(s) Joshi, Holbert,
Nikkel, Scott--Concerning notices required prior to the use of security scanning systems in the
state.
(Judiciary recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 2, 2011,
page 97.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
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SB11-107 by Senator(s) Morse; also Representative(s) Barker--Concerning the recovery of noneconomic
damages in a civil action concerning damages resulting from a DUI incident.
(Judiciary recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 10, 2011,
page 141.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
SB11-040 by Senator(s) Spence and Newell; also Representative(s) Summers and Todd--Concerning the
requirement that a coach of an organized youth athletic activity follow concussion guidelines,
and, in connection therewith, creating the "Jake Snakenberg Youth Concussion Act".
(Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
February 11, 2011, pages 171-172.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
SB11-068 by Senator(s) Carroll; also Representative(s) Solano--Concerning an increase in consumer
protection under the "Colorado Consumer Protection Act".
(Judiciary recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 15, 2011,
page 198.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
SB11-025 by Senator(s) Carroll; also Representative(s) Ferrandino--Concerning accountability for state
procurement, and, in connection therewith, enacting the "Colorado Taxpayer Empowerment
Act of 2011".
(Finance recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 11, 2011,
pages 157-158.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
HB11-1028 by Representative(s) Liston, Bradford, Levy, Massey, McCann, Murray, Peniston, Schafer S.,
Todd; also Senator(s) Johnston and Newell--Concerning the voluntary contribution
designation benefiting the Alzheimer's Association fund that appears on the state individual
income tax return forms, and, in connection therewith, extending the period for the
contribution designation.
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
SB11-082 by Senator(s) King S., Carroll, Renfroe, Tochtrop; also Representative(s) Acree, Gardner D.,
Kerr J., Miklosi--Concerning the authority of the state auditor to conduct audits of security
systems used for information technology operated by the state.
(Finance recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 16, 2011,
page 206.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
SB11-115 by Senator(s) Carroll; also Representative(s) Miklosi--Concerning the authority of the state
auditor to audit state governmental entities.
(Finance recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 16, 2011,
page 206.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
SB11-119 by Senator(s) Guzman; --Concerning procedures governing the appeal of a valuation of
income-producing commercial real property.
(Local Government and Energy recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
February 17, 2011, pages 211-212.)
SB11-063 by Senator(s) Giron and Newell; --Concerning the promotion of health care accessibility by
encouraging local governments to consider the health care needs of their communities in the
composition of their master land use plans.
(Local Government and Energy recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
February 17, 2011, pages 212-214.)
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SB11-060 by Senator(s) Boyd and White; also Representative(s) Gardner B. and Kerr A.--Concerning
the alcohol content of alcohol beverages that are available for consumption on a licensed
premises.
SB11-049 by Senator(s) Williams S.; also Representative(s) Ryden--Concerning the use of restraints on
persons.
(Judiciary recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 17, 2011,
pages 216-217.)
CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTIONS
SJR11-005 by Senator(s) Roberts, Grantham, King S.; also Representative(s) Gerou--Concerning a
prohibition on mandates to state and local governments without adequate funding.
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO SENATE BILLS
SB11-159 by Senator(s) Steadman, Hodge, Lambert; also Representative(s) Ferrandino, Becker, Gerou--
Concerning the distribution of fifty percent of the balance remaining in the limited gaming
fund that is allocated to the state general fund or such other fund as the general assembly
provides as specified in section 9 (5) (b) (II) of article XVIII of the state constitution, and
making an appropriation in connection therewith.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, page 295.)
SB11-164 by Senator(s) Hodge, Steadman, Lambert; also Representative(s) Gerou, Becker, Ferrandino--
Concerning the augmentation of the general fund through transfers of certain moneys.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, page 296.)
SB11-144 by Senator(s) Hodge, Steadman, Lambert; also Representative(s) Gerou, Becker, Ferrandino--
Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of law.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, page 295.)
SB11-137 by Senator(s) Hodge, Steadman, Lambert; also Representative(s) Gerou, Becker, Ferrandino--
Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of education.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, pages 294-295.)
SB11-141 by Senator(s) Hodge, Steadman, Lambert; also Representative(s) Gerou, Becker, Ferrandino--
Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of human services.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, pages 293-294.)
SB11-136 by Senator(s) Hodge, Steadman, Lambert; also Representative(s) Gerou, Becker, Ferrandino--
Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of corrections.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, pages 292-293.)
SB11-156 by Senator(s) Lambert, Hodge, Steadman; also Representative(s) Becker, Gerou, Ferrandino--
Concerning a reduction in the amount of the general fund reserve required for the 2010-11
state fiscal year.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, page 296.)
SB11-138 by Senator(s) Hodge, Steadman, Lambert; also Representative(s) Gerou, Becker, Ferrandino--
Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the offices of the governor, lieutenant governor,
and state planning and budgeting.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, pages 288-289.)
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SB11-139 by Senator(s) Hodge, Steadman, Lambert; also Representative(s) Gerou, Becker, Ferrandino--
Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of health care policy and
financing.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, pages 289-290.)
SB11-150 by Senator(s) Hodge, Steadman, Lambert; also Representative(s) Gerou, Becker, Ferrandino--
Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of public safety.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, page 291.)
SB11-142 by Senator(s) Hodge, Steadman, Lambert; also Representative(s) Gerou, Becker, Ferrandino--
Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the judicial department.
(Amended as printed in House Journal, February 16, page 293.)
CONSIDERATION OF GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS
effective February 1, 2011, for a term expiring at the pleasure of the Governor:
Reeves Brown, of Grand Junction, Colorado.
(The Committee on Local Government and Energy has had under consideration and has had a
hearing on the following appointment and recommends that the appointment be confirmed.)
(Laid Over from February 18, 2011.)
________________________
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Monday, February 21, 2011
BUSINESS, LABOR, & TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 354
SB11-067 by Senator Jahn; also Representative Massey--Registration Of Interior Designers (FOR
ACTION ONLY)
HB11-1110 by Representative Acree; also Senator Harvey--Resid Nonprofit Corp Meetings Refunds
HB11-1115 by Representative Priola and Soper; also Senator Tochtrop--Public Entity Construction
Retainage
JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. JBC Hearing Room Legis. Serv. Bldg., 3rd Floor
Meeting with Office of State Planning & Budgeting & Department of Personnel to discuss Common
Policy Shift Differential Figure Setting
SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 356
HB11-1041 by Representative Riesberg; also Senator Harvey--Update Colo Ins Guaranty Assn Statute
HB11-1128 by Representative Riesberg; also Senator Williams S.--Protect Complaint Documents
Discovery
HB11-1102 by Representative Summers; also Senator Newell--Portability Child Care Background Checks
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HB11-1051 by Representative Swerdfeger; also Senator King S.--DNA Expungement Clarification
SENATE STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 353
SB11-079 by Senator Spence; also Representative Massey--Ed Noninstructional Support Services
HB11-1035 by Representative Court; also Senator Carroll--Blue Book Information Statement
JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE
2:30 P.M. JBC Hearing Room Legis. Serv. Bldg., 3rd Floor
Meeting with Office of State Planning & Budgeting to discuss February 15th budget submission
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
GENERAL ORDERS–SECOND READING OF BILLS–CONSENT CALENDAR
HB11-1077 by Representative(s) Peniston, Massey, Hamner, Murray, Ramirez, Schafer S., Solano,
Summers, Todd; also Senator(s) Spence--Concerning the "Exceptional Children's Educational
Act" as it refers to gifted children.
(Education recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal, February 18, 2011,
pages 235.)
GENERAL ORDERS - SECOND READING OF BILLS
SB11-015 by Senator(s) Foster; also Representative(s) Miklosi--Concerning the requirements for a
homeowner's insurance company to take adverse action on existing insurance coverage for a
home based on claims experience.
(Local Government and Energy recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
February 18, 2011, page 235-236.)
SB11-050 by Senator(s) Roberts; also Representative(s) Gerou--Concerning a requirement that a
condemning authority pay fair market value for land subject to a conservation easement.
(Agriculture and Natural Resources recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate
Journal, February 18, 2011, page 236.)
SB11-120 by Senator(s) Newell, Bacon, Foster, Giron, Guzman, Hudak, Jahn, Johnston, Morse,
Nicholson, Schwartz, Shaffer B., Steadman, Williams S.; also Representative(s) Kefalas,
Ferrandino, Kagan--Concerning rights of certain children in foster care, and, in connection
therewith, establishing rights for children in foster care except for those in the custody of the
division of youth corrections or a state mental hospital.
(Health and Human Services recommends the bill be amended as printed in Senate Journal,
February 18, 2011, page 253.)
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SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
LEGISLATIVE AUDIT COMMITTEE
7:00 A.M. LSB-B
Evaluation: Bus Cost Allocation Model
Regional Transportation District
Denver, Colorado 2011
8:15 A.M. LSB-B
General Business
Status Reports
Other Business
JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE
UPON ADJOURNMENT JBC Hearing Room Legis. Serv. Bldg., 3rd Floor
Figure Setting for the Departments of Natural Resources (Reclamation, Mining & Safety/Geological
Survey/Oil & Gas Conservation
Commission/State Board of Land Commissioners Divisions ONLY) & Human Services (Office of
Information Technology Division ONLY)
SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
UPON ADJOURNMENT SCR 356
HB11-1018 by Representative Tyler; also Senator King S.--Electronically Transmitted Court Docs
SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 354
SJR11-009 by Senator Lambert; also Representative Gerou--Declare Fiscal Emergency Tobacco Tax
SB11-125 by Senator White; also Representative Sonnenberg--Nursing Home Fees & Order Of Payments
SB11-126 by Senator Giron and Johnston; also Representative Miklosi and Williams A.--Unsubsidized
In-state Tuition
SENATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE
2:00 P.M. SCR 353
HB11-1021 by Representative Todd; also Senator Steadman--Colorado Channel Authority Fiscal Year
HB11-1113 by Representative Holbert; also Senator Foster--Impact Fees Transparency
HB11-1031 by Representative Miklosi; also Senator Foster--Creative Districts
HB11-1087 by Representative Vigil; also Senator Giron--Pest Control Reimbursement
SENATE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
2:00 P.M. SCR 352
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
for a term expiring at the pleasure of the Governor:
Don Hunt, of Denver, Colorado.
SJR11-015 by Senator Kopp; also Representative McNulty--GA Opposition To Fed Traffic Sign Regul
HB11-1093 by Representative Bradford; also Senator Cadman--Special Mobile Machinery Ownership Tax
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Wednesday, February 23, 2011
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
JOINT SENATE AND HOUSE EDUCATION COMMITTEES
7:30 A.M. HCR 0112
Update on the Work of the Colorado School Finance Project
8:00 A.M.
Presentation of the Average Daily Membership Study: Augenblick, Palaich and Associates; Center for
Education Policy Analysis, University of Colorado Denver; Colorado School Finance Project
SENATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE
UPON ADJOURNMENT SCR 354
HB11-1017 by Representative Duran; also Senator Steadman--Replace Student Faculty Auraria Board
SB11-069 by Senator Hudak; also Representative (None)--Educational Management Organizations (FOR
ACTION ONLY)
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE
UPON ADJOURNMENT SCR 356
SB11-128 by Senator Newell; also Representative McCann and Summers--Child-only Health Insurance
Plans
JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE
UPON ADJOURNMENT JBC Hearing Room Legis. Serv. Bldg., 3rd Floor
Figure Setting for the Department of the Treasury & the Legislative Branch
SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 356
SB11-166 by Senator Johnston; also Representative --Uniform Disclaimer Property Interest Act
SB11-165 by Senator Guzman; also Representative --CO Uniform Estate Tax Apportionment Act
STATE, VETERANS, & MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 353
HB11-1089 by Representative Conti; also Senator King K.--Charter Schools Grant Applications
Thursday, February 24, 2011
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Thursday, February 24, 2011
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
7:30 A.M. SCR 356
Consideration of FY 2011-12 Cash-Funded Requests from State Departments
Consideration of Requests (2) to Waive the Six-Month Deadline
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JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE
UPON ADJOURNMENT JBC Hearing Room Legis. Serv. Bldg., 3rd Floor
Figure Setting for the Department of Public Health & Environment (Administration & Support/Health
Care & Prevention Divisions ONLY)
FINANCE COMMITTEE
UPON ADJOURNMENT SCR 354
SB11-094 by Senator Boyd; also Representative Summers--Sunset Continue Optometric Board
SB11-169 by Senator Boyd; also Representative Summers--Sunset Continue Physical Therapy Board
AGRICULTURE, NATURAL RESOURCES, AND ENERGY COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 353
SB11-045 by Senator Johnston; also Representative Levy--Streamline Elec Powerline Siting (FOR
ACTION ONLY)
SB11-092 by Senator Giron; also Representative Hamner--Sunset Vessel Registration Program
HJR11-1008 by Representative Sonnenberg; also Senator Schwartz--Water Project Eligibility Lists
SENATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 356
HB11-1060 by Representative Todd; also Senator Renfroe--Governor Appointment Terms To UNC Board
SB11-070 by Senator Hudak; also Representative (None)--Spec Ed Students Higher Ed Transitions
SB11-080 by Senator Hudak; also Representative Todd--School Improvement Plans
SENATE HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 352
HB11-1016 by Representative Summers; also Senator Boyd--Prohibit E-cigarette Possession By Minor
HB11-1019 by Representative Kagan; also Senator Boyd--Exempt School-based Clinics Copay
SB11-170 by Senator Aguilar; also Representative Ferrandino--General Fund Cap Medicaid Nursing
Homes
SB11-171 by Senator Aguilar; also Representative (None)--Caretaker Mistreatment Of At-risk Adults
HB11-1105 by Representative Acree; also Senator White--Hospital Worker Assault Protection
Friday, February 25, 2011
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Friday, February 25, 2011
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE
7:30 A.M. SCR 356
SB11-003 by Senator Spence; also Representative (None)--Craig Hospital Special License Plate
SB11-089 by Senator Jahn; also Representative Beezley--Sunset DOR Letter Rulings
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SB11-108 by Senator Jahn; also Representative Szabo--Sunset ID Theft Fraud Unit
SB11-090 by Senator Schwartz; also Representative Baumgardner--Sunset Weather Modification Act Of
1972
SB11-114 by Senator Foster and Mitchell; also Representative Duran--Sunset Prescrip Drug Monitoring
Program
SB11-037 by Senator Heath; also Representative (None)--World War II Special License Plate
SB11-057 by Senator Harvey; also Representative McNulty--Metro Dist Mail Elections
SB11-065 by Senator Harvey; also Representative Kagan--PUC Taxicab Service Applications
Monday, February 28, 2011
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Monday, February 28, 2011
BUSINESS, LABOR, & TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 354
SB11-168 by Senator Aguilar; also Representative Kefalas--Colorado Health Care Cooperative
SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 356
HB11-1085 by Representative Schafer S.; also Senator Jahn--Community Corrections Referral By DOC
HB11-1044 by Representative Holbert; also Senator Renfroe--Sunrise Process Modifications
SB11-133 by Senator(s) Hudak and Newell; also Representative Nikkel--Discipline In Public Schools
HB11-1049 by Representative Barker; also Senator Roberts--Use Of Personal Info To Defraud
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
UPON ADJOURNMENT SCR 356
HB11-1036 by Representative Gardner D.; also Senator King S.--Blue Alert For Injured Peace Officers
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Wednesday, March 2, 2011
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
JOINT EDUCATION COMMITTEES
8:00 A.M. HCR 0112
Area Vocational Schools: Public Institutions of Higher Education: Directors of the state's three Area
Vocational Schools
ETHICS TRAINING
12:00 P.M. HCR 0112
Ethics Training: Travel Opportunities under "Amendment 41" Presented by Jane Feldman, Executive
Director of the Independent Ethics Commission
Monday, March 7, 2011
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Monday, March 7, 2011
SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. Old Supreme Court
SB11-172 by Senator Steadman; also Representative Ferrandino--Civil Unions
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
JOINT EDUCATION COMMITTEES
8:00 A.M. HCR 0112
After School Programming and Its Effects on Drop-out Prevention, Academic Success, Good
Character and Leadership, and Healthy Lifestyles: Boys and Girls Club of Colorado
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011
SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
1:30 P.M. SCR 356
SB11-044 by Senator Steadman; also Representative (None)--Colo Collateral Conseq Conviction Act
Individuals with disabilities needing auxiliary aids may request assistance by contacting Ms. Stephanie Smith
at Legislative Council, Room 029 Capitol. Call 303-866-3521.
The TDD number is 303-866-3472.
I certify that the above calendar was posted on
Friday, February 18, 2011, at 4:00 p.m.
Kristin Albers
Senate Calendar Clerk

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