Tracking Slate

Bill # CBHC Bill SummaryCBHC ContactPositionCalendar NotificationShort TitleMost Recent StatusFiscal Note StatusDate IntroducedHouse SponsorsSenate Sponsors
HB20B-1001This bill creates a grant fund through Colorado Dept. of Education for Districts to use to improve access to highspeed broadband for purposes of improving access to remote learning and school-based health services, including behavioral health services. Frank Support Wednesday, December 2 2020
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE - CONSENT CALENDAR
(2) in senate calendar.  
Grants To Improve Internet Access In P-12 Education 12/7/2020 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2020-11-30 Young and Soper- Donovan, Bridges-- 
HB20B-1002This bill creates two new grant funds related to expanding access to childcare services. The larger grant supports childcare service expansion and the smaller grant helps providers expand capacity under existing licenses. Frank Support Wednesday, December 2 2020
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE - CONSENT CALENDAR
(4) in senate calendar.  
Emergency Relief Programs For Child Care Sector 12/7/2020 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2020-11-30 Kipp and Landgraf, McCluskie- Pettersen and Sonnenberg, Priola-- 
HB20B-1003This bill appropriates $3M to the food pantry assistance program, which was set up with CARES Act money through House Bill 20-1422. This bill extends the expiration date from Dec. 30, 2020, to Feb. 28, 2021, using the additional state funds. Families can use the money to buy food through June 30, 2021, with grants starting at $2,500. Frank Support Wednesday, December 2 2020
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE - CONSENT CALENDAR
(3) in senate calendar.  
Food Pantry Assistance Grant Program 12/7/2020 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2020-11-30 Cutter and Bockenfeld- Story-- 
HB20B-1004Provides bars that offer food, restaurants and food trucks with sales tax holiday of between $2,000 to $10,000 per month. Establishments will still collect the state's 2.9% sales tax but will be allowed to keep the money to help pay rent and other business expenses. Frank Monitor Wednesday, December 2 2020
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(1) in senate calendar.  
Qualified Retailer Retain Sales Tax For Assistance 12/7/2020 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2020-11-30 Valdez A. and Van Winkle, Herod- Bridges and Tate, Winter-- 
SB20B-001This is the first of two bills to assist small businesses, largely restaurants, bars, gyms and movie theaters. • Direct relief payment to small businesses that comply with "severe" county capacity restrictions: $37 million. • Direct relief payments to arts, culture, artists, crew members and organizations through the creative industries division of the Colorado office of economic development: $7.5 million • $6.8 million to the Department of Public Health and Environment to contract with county or other local boards of health to cover the costs of license fees for retail food establishments • $1.8 million to the Department of Revenue to offset liquor license fees • $4 million to the minority business office in the Colorado Office of Economic Development to provide direct relief, grants, loans and technical assistant to minority-owned businesses. Frank Monitor Wednesday, December 2 2020
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(2) in house calendar.  
COVID-19 Relief Small And Minority Businesses Arts Organizations 12/7/2020 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2020-11-30 Herod- Winter and Priola, Bridges-- 
SB20B-002What it costs: $50 million What it does: $44.5 million would be put into the housing development grant fund within the Department of Local Affairs, to be spent by June 30, 2021. According to the bill draft, an additional $500,000 will be added to the eviction legal defense fund to provide legal representation "to indigent tenants to resolve civil legal matters arising on and after March 1, 2020, concerning an eviction or impending eviction related to the public health emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The state court administrator must use the money by June 30, 2021. The bill also sets up a new program, an emergency direct assistance grant program in the division of housing within DOLA, with $5 million in funding. It will provide grants to individuals who have experienced financial need due to the COVID-19 pandemic or second-order effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and are ineligible for certain other types of assistance. Grants must be distributed by June 30, 2021. Frank Support Wednesday, December 2 2020
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(3) in house calendar.  
Housing And Direct COVID Emergency Assistance 12/7/2020 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2020-11-30 Exum and Tipper, Bird, Gonzales-Gutierrez, Hooton, Jackson, Jaquez Lewis, Michaelson- Gonzales and Holbert, Ginal, Moreno, Rodriguez-- 
SB20B-003$5M is to the nonprofit Energy Outreach Colorado Low-Income Assistance Fund, to meet a 25% increase in applications this year. Dollars must be spent by June 30, 2021. Frank Support Wednesday, December 2 2020
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(4) in house calendar.  
Money For Energy Utility Bill Payment Assistance 12/7/2020 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2020-11-30 Duran and Landgraf- Fields and Crowder-- 
SB20B-004Appropriates $100M to the state's disaster emergency fund to help pay for continuing state costs to manage the COVID-19 pandemic. Frank  Wednesday, December 2 2020
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(1) in house calendar.  
Transfer To Make Money Availalbe For COVID-19 Emergency 12/3/2020 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2020-11-30 McCluskie, Herod- Moreno, Hansen--