Colorado Association of Home Builders 2021
Bill # CommentsPositionCalendar NotificationBill TitleSponsorsMost Recent StatusFiscal NoteDate IntroducedAmendment Link
HB21-1007 Amend Tuesday, June 8 2021
CONSIDERATION OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT(S)
(3) in house calendar.  
Concerning a state apprenticeship registration program in the department of labor and employment, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. T. Sullivan (D) | D. Ortiz / J. Danielson (D) | R. Rodriguez (D) 6/7/2021 Senate Consideration of First Conference Committee Report result was to Adopt Committee Report - Repass

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2021-02-16 Amendments
HB21-1008  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning increased options for financing forest health projects, and, in connection therewith, financing wildfire mitigation treatments. J. Arndt (D) | M. Catlin (R) / J. Cooke (R) | C. Hansen (D) 5/20/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-02-16 Amendments
HB21-1009  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning an update to statutory provisions governing the functions of the division of housing in the department of local affairs to facilitate housing that promotes state goals for local development, and, in connection therewith, enabling the division of housing to leverage state housing funding to promote the state's affordable housing and energy performance objectives. T. Bernett / J. Bridges (D) | D. Coram (R) 5/10/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-02-16 No amendments found
HB21-1019  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning modifications to the regulations of factory-built structures. E. Hooton (D) / J. Ginal (D) | R. Woodward (R) 5/10/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-02-16 Amendments
HB21-1028 Support NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the preparation by the division of housing within the department of local affairs of an annual public report that provides information on money administered by the state to promote the provision of affordable housing, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. S. Bird (D) | J. Rich (R) / T. Story (D) | R. Woodward (R) 6/15/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-02-16 Amendments
HB21-1034  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning a guarantee of customer choice in the use of gaseous fuels to produce thermal energy. D. Woog  3/3/2021 House Committee on Energy & Environment Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-02-16 No amendments found
HB21-1046New version has taken care of developers' concerns.  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the use of a water right obtained through a mutual ditch corporation. J. Arndt (D) | M. Catlin (R) / R. Fields (D) | J. Sonnenberg (R) 5/11/2021 Signed by the President of the Senate

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2021-02-16 Amendments
HB21-1061Proposed by Assessors Assoc "to clarify existing law for continuity across the state" 1. defines contiguous; 2. defines common ownership; 3. Requires an associated residential use on the contiguous parcel.  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the definition of residential land for the purpose of property tax classification. M. Gray (D) / C. Hansen (D) 4/27/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-02-16 No amendments found
HB21-1074  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning civil immunity for entities that comply with applicable health guidelines related to COVID-19. M. Bradfield  3/11/2021 House Committee on State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-02-16 No amendments found
HB21-1083Proposed by Assessors Assoc. "needed to discourage frivolous appeals by commissioned 3rd party entities that are shopping appeals to commercial sector" Monitor NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the modification on appeal of property valuation set by the county board of equalization. A. Benavidez (D) / K. Priola (R) | R. Zenzinger (D) 4/7/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-02-16 No amendments found
HB21-1093 Oppose NOT ON CALENDARConcerning available relief for plaintiffs who prevail in a class action under the "Colorado Consumer Protection Act". S. Woodrow (D) / R. Rodriguez (D) 3/18/2021 House Committee on Business Affairs & Labor Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-02-16 No amendments found
HB21-1117 Oppose NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the ability of local governments to promote the development of new affordable housing units pursuant to their existing authority to regulate land use within their territorial boundaries. S. Lontine (D) | S. Gonzales-Gutierrez (D) / J. Gonzales (D) | R. Rodriguez (D) 5/21/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-02-16 Amendments
HB21-1121This bill has been sufficiently mitigated with amendments.  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning protections for residential tenants related to actions by landlords. D. Jackson (D) | I. Jodeh / J. Gonzales (D) 6/9/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-02-18 Amendments
HB21-1134 Support NOT ON CALENDARConcerning facilitating the reporting of tenants' rent payment information to consumer reporting agencies at the tenants' request, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. N. Ricks | M. Bradfield / J. Bridges (D) 6/4/2021 Senate Third Reading Passed - No Amendments

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2021-03-01 Amendments
HB21-1167 Amend NOT ON CALENDARConcerning retainage in construction contracts governing improvements to private real property. M. Duran (D) | P. Will (R) / J. Gonzales (D) | R. Scott (R) 5/17/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-03-04 No amendments found
HB21-1188  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning additional liability of a defendant who admits liability under respondeat superior. C. Kennedy (D) / J. Gonzales (D) 5/17/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-03-05 No amendments found
HB21-1213  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the conversion of Pinnacol Assurance from a political subdivision of the state into a stock insurance company owned by a mutual insurance holding company. M. Soper (R) 3/22/2021 House Committee on State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-03-05 No amendments found
HB21-1224  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning modifications to the provisions governing foreclosure sales of real property. S. Bird (D) | P. Neville (R) / F. Winter (D) 5/21/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-03-18 Amendments
HB21-1229 Monitor NOT ON CALENDARConcerning increased protections for unit owners in the governance of unit owners' associations under the "Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act". B. Titone (D) | N. Ricks / R. Fields (D) 6/7/2021 House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-03-18 Amendments
HB21-1238Letters and experts using NAHB info re costs and impacts on low income housing Oppose NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the modernization of gas energy efficiency programs. T. Bernett / C. Hansen (D) 5/27/2021 Senate Third Reading Passed - No Amendments

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2021-03-23 Amendments
HB21-1260  Tuesday, June 8 2021
CONSIDERATION OF SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HOUSE BILLS
(18) in house calendar.  
Concerning transfers of money from the general fund to implement the state water plan, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. A. Garnett (D) | M. Catlin (R) / K. Donovan (D) | C. Simpson  6/14/2021 Signed by the Speaker of the House

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2021-04-06 Amendments
HB21-1264  Tuesday, June 8 2021
CONSIDERATION OF SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HOUSE BILLS
(19) in house calendar.  
Concerning the allocation of state money for workforce development activities to increase the skills of Colorado workers, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. T. Sullivan (D) | M. Young (D) / C. Kolker | D. Hisey (R) 6/8/2021 House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-04-06 Amendments
HB21-1266  Tuesday, June 8 2021
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(5) in senate calendar.  
Concerning efforts to redress the effects of environmental injustice on disproportionately impacted communities, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. D. Jackson (D) | M. Weissman (D) / F. Winter (D) | J. Buckner  6/8/2021 Senate Third Reading Passed with Amendments - Floor

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2021-04-06 Amendments
HB21-1269  Tuesday, June 8 2021
CONSIDERATION OF SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HOUSE BILLS
(3) in house calendar.  
Concerning an investigation by the public utilities commission to evaluate the parameters of an energy policy allowing communities in Colorado that are served by an investor-owned electric utility to choose alternative wholesale electricity suppliers, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. E. Hooton (D) | A. Boesenecker / K. Donovan (D) 6/8/2021 House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-04-09 Amendments
HB21-1271 Support Tuesday, June 8 2021
CONSIDERATION OF SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HOUSE BILLS
(29) in house calendar.  
Concerning the establishment of programs offering state assistance to local governments to promote the development of innovative affordable housing strategies in a manner that is compatible with best local land use practices, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. J. McCluskie (D) | I. Jodeh / J. Gonzales (D) 6/8/2021 House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-04-12 Amendments
HB21-1278  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning meeting requirements for the boards of special districts. T. Exum (D) / J. Sonnenberg (R) 6/7/2021 House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-04-15 Amendments
HB21-1282  Tuesday, June 8 2021
CONSIDERATION OF SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HOUSE BILLS
(4) in house calendar.  
Concerning additional consumer protections resulting from the regulation of mortgage servicers, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. M. Weissman (D) / J. Gonzales (D) 6/3/2021 House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Laid Over Daily

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2021-04-16 Amendments
HB21-1286 Monitor Tuesday, June 8 2021
CONSIDERATION OF SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HOUSE BILLS
(31) in house calendar.  
Concerning measures to improve energy efficiency, and, in connection therewith, requiring owners of large buildings to collect and report on energy-use benchmarking data and comply with rules regarding performance standards related to energy and greenhouse gas emissions and modifying statutory requirements regarding energy performance contracts. C. Kipp (D) | A. Valdez (D) / K. Priola (R) | B. Pettersen (D) 6/8/2021 House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-04-21 Amendments
HB21-1303  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning measures to limit the global warming potential for certain materials used in public projects, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. T. Bernett | B. McLachlan (D) / C. Hansen (D) 6/7/2021 House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-05-06 Amendments
HB21-1308  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the administrative procedures related to property taxation, and, in connection therewith, increasing public participation related to modifications of the property tax manuals, requiring a notice of valuation to include a range of possible property tax values, requiring the assessor to correct systematic errors, and extending the deadlines for taxpayers to protest and appeal valuations of real and personal property. M. Gray (D) | C. Larson (R) / D. Moreno (D) | K. Priola (R) 5/19/2021 House Committee on Transportation & Local Government Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-05-07 No amendments found
HB21-1310  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning additional protections for homeowners' freedom of expression in common interest communities under the "Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act". L. Cutter (D) / R. Rodriguez (D) 6/1/2021 Senate Third Reading Passed - No Amendments

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2021-05-10 Amendments
HB21-1311  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning income tax, and, in connection therewith, requiring additions to Colorado taxable income in amounts related to limiting certain federal itemized deductions, extending the limit on the federal deduction allowed under section 199A of the internal revenue code, limiting the deduction for contributions made to 529 plans, disallowing an enhanced federal deduction for food and beverage expenses at restaurants, and limiting the capital gains subtraction; allowing a subtraction from Colorado taxable income in amounts related to repealing the cap on the deduction for certain social security income; reducing state income tax revenue by increasing the earned income tax credit, funding the child tax credit, and allowing a temporary income tax credit for a business equal to a percentage of the conversion costs to convert the business to a worker-owned coop, an employee stock ownership plan, or an employee ownership trust; increasing state income tax revenue by modifying the computation of the corporate income tax receipts factor to make it more congruent with combined reporting; preventing corporations from using tax shelters in foreign jurisdictions for the purpose of tax avoidance; clarifying that certain captive insurance companies are not exempt from income tax; and making an appropriation. E. Sirota (D) | M. Weissman (D) / C. Hansen (D) | D. Moreno (D) 6/17/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-05-10 Amendments
HB21-1312 Amend NOT ON CALENDARConcerning taxation, and, in connection therewith, narrowing the scope of the home office insurance premium tax rate reduction and the annuities consideration exemption for the insurance premium tax; for purposes of the property tax, requiring the actual value of real property to reflect the value of the fee simple estate and requiring personal property to be based on the property's value in use; increasing the per-schedule exemption for business personal property tax and reimbursing local governments for the lost tax revenue; for purposes of the sales and use tax, codifying that the definition of tangible personal property includes digital goods and specifying that the tax on sales and purchases of tangible personal property includes amounts charged for mainframe computer access, photocopying, and packing and crating; disallowing the sales tax vendor fee for retailers with a substantial amount of taxable sales during the filing period; for the severance tax on oil and gas, requiring the net-back deductions used to determine gross income be direct costs actually paid by the taxpayer; phasing-out tax credits and exemptions for the severance tax on coal; and making an appropriation. M. Weissman (D) | E. Sirota (D) / C. Hansen (D) | D. Moreno (D) 6/17/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-05-10 Amendments
HB21-1329  Tuesday, June 8 2021
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE - CONSENT CALENDAR
(3) in senate calendar.  
Concerning the use of money the state receives from the federal government under the "American Rescue Plan Act of 2021" to make investments in housing to assist persons disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency facing housing insecurity, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. S. Gonzales-Gutierrez (D) | S. Woodrow (D) / C. Holbert (R) | J. Gonzales (D) 6/8/2021 House Considered Senate Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-06-01 Amendments
SB21-034  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the creation of an enterprise that is exempt from the requirements of section 20 of article X of the state constitution to administer a fee-based water resources financing program. D. Coram (R) 3/11/2021 Senate Committee on Agriculture & Natural Resources Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-02-16 No amendments found
SB21-060  Tuesday, June 8 2021
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(6) in house calendar.  
Concerning broadband deployment, and, in connection therewith, implementing a program to provide financial assistance for income-eligible households to access broadband service. K. Donovan (D) / D. Roberts (D) 6/8/2021 Senate Considered House Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-02-16 Amendments
SB21-070  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the authority of a board of county commissioners to require the registration of businesses. D. Moreno (D) / S. Bird (D) 4/8/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-02-16 Amendments
SB21-072 Amend NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the expansion of electric transmission facilities to enable Colorado to meet its clean energy goals, and, in connection therewith, creating the Colorado electric transmission authority, requiring transmission utilities to join organized wholesale markets, and allowing additional classes of transmission utilities to obtain revenue through the colocation of broadband facilities within their existing rights-of-way. C. Hansen (D) | D. Coram (R) / A. Valdez (D) | M. Catlin (R) 6/11/2021 Signed by the Speaker of the House

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2021-02-16 Amendments
SB21-080  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning protections for entities that comply with public health guidelines related to COVID-19. R. Woodward (R) / S. Bird (D) | M. Bradfield  3/8/2021 Senate Committee on Business, Labor, & Technology Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-02-16 No amendments found
SB21-084  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the authority of local governments to prohibit the operation of motor vehicles upon roughed-in roads when necessary for the protection of the public. J. Smallwood (R) / M. Gray (D) 4/22/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-02-16 Amendments
SB21-087 Monitor NOT ON CALENDARConcerning agricultural workers' rights, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. J. Danielson (D) | D. Moreno (D) / K. McCormick | Y. Caraveo (D) 6/17/2021 Signed by the President of the Senate

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2021-02-16 Amendments
SB21-106  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning measures to improve successful transitions from high school to post-high school training, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. J. Coleman | K. Priola (R) / B. McLachlan (D) | M. Baisley (R) 6/11/2021 Signed by the Speaker of the House

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2021-02-18 Amendments
SB21-119Wait - want language to be as broad as possible for any training programs. UPDATE - concerns from construction industry have been alleviated because they don't believe the bill affects their programs. Monitor NOT ON CALENDARConcerning increasing access in high school to high-quality credentials within the career development success program, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. J. Bridges (D) | P. Lundeen (R) / D. Esgar (D) | T. Geitner (R) 6/8/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-02-23 Amendments
SB21-130  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning authorization for local governments to exempt business personal property from taxation. C. Holbert (R) | B. Pettersen (D) / K. Van Winkle (R) | S. Bird (D) 4/29/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-02-25 Amendments
SB21-148  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the creation of the financial empowerment office in the department of law, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. J. Gonzales (D) | C. Kolker / D. Esgar (D) | K. Tipper (D) 6/10/2021 Signed by the Speaker of the House

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2021-03-02 Amendments
SB21-161  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning adoption by the public utilities commission of programs for the voluntary reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by natural gas utilities. C. Hansen (D) | D. Coram (R) / J. Arndt (D) 4/20/2021 Senate Committee on Transportation & Energy Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-03-02 No amendments found
SB21-164  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the "Uniform Easement Relocation Act". B. Gardner (R) 3/18/2021 Senate Committee on Agriculture & Natural Resources Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-03-02 No amendments found
SB21-170This bill needs review.  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning standards applicable to cooperative electric association wildland fire mitigation, and, in connection therewith, requiring wildland fire protection plans, providing authority for vegetation management, and limiting cooperative electric association liability. D. Hisey (R) | J. Ginal (D) / J. Arndt (D) | M. Lynch  4/6/2021 Senate Committee on Transportation & Energy Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-03-02 No amendments found
SB21-173 Oppose NOT ON CALENDARConcerning rights related to residential rental agreements, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. J. Gonzales (D) | D. Moreno (D) / Y. Caraveo (D) | S. Gonzales-Gutierrez (D) 6/3/2021 Senate Considered House Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-03-05 Amendments
SB21-176 Oppose NOT ON CALENDARConcerning protections for Colorado workers against discriminatory employment practices, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. F. Winter (D) | B. Pettersen (D) / S. Lontine (D) | M. Gray (D) 6/7/2021 House Committee on Judiciary Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-03-08 Amendments
SB21-190 Monitor NOT ON CALENDARConcerning additional protection of data relating to personal privacy. R. Rodriguez (D) | P. Lundeen (R) / M. Duran (D) | T. Carver (R) 6/8/2021 Senate Considered House Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-03-19 Amendments
SB21-200Letters and experts from NAHB on impacts to low income housing Oppose NOT ON CALENDARConcerning measures to further environmental protections, and, in connection therewith, adopting measures to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and adopting protections for disproportionately impacted communities. F. Winter (D) | D. Moreno (D) / D. Jackson (D) 6/7/2021 Senate Second Reading Laid Over to 12/09/2021 - No Amendments

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2021-03-29 Amendments
SB21-218  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning revenue allocated to the employment and training technology fund in the division of unemployment insurance in the department of labor and employment. C. Hansen (D) | B. Rankin (R) / J. McCluskie (D) 4/27/2021 Governor Signed

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2021-04-05 Amendments
SB21-233  NOT ON CALENDARconcerning a wage replacement program and making an appropriation. R. Rodriguez (D) | C. Hansen (D) / A. Benavidez (D) | S. Gonzales-Gutierrez (D) 6/17/2021 Signed by the Speaker of the House

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2021-04-05 Amendments
SB21-246 Oppose NOT ON CALENDARConcerning measures to encourage beneficial electrification, and, in connection therewith, directing the public utilities commission and Colorado utilities to promote compliance with current environmental and labor standards and making an appropriation. S. Fenberg (D) / A. Valdez (D) | M. Froelich (D) 6/15/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-04-16 Amendments
SB21-260 Amend NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the sustainability of the transportation system in Colorado, and, in connection therewith, creating new sources of dedicated funding and new state enterprises to preserve, improve, and expand existing transportation infrastructure, develop the modernized infrastructure needed to support the widespread adoption of electric motor vehicles, and mitigate environmental and health impacts of transportation system use; expanding authority for regional transportation improvements; and making an appropriation. S. Fenberg (D) | F. Winter (D) / A. Garnett (D) | M. Gray (D) 6/8/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-05-04 Amendments
SB21-262 Support NOT ON CALENDARConcerning transparency for special districts. R. Zenzinger (D) | B. Gardner (R) / S. Bird (D) | H. McKean (R) 6/8/2021 Senate Considered House Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass

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2021-05-05 Amendments
SB21-264 Monitor Tuesday, June 8 2021
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(5) in house calendar.  
Concerning the adoption of programs by gas utilities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. C. Hansen (D) / A. Valdez (D) | T. Bernett  6/15/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-05-05 Amendments
SB21-281 Amend NOT ON CALENDARConcerning severance tax revenue, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. C. Hansen (D) | B. Rankin (R) / J. McCluskie (D) | K. Ransom (R) 6/11/2021 Sent to the Governor

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2021-05-19 Amendments
SB21-285  NOT ON CALENDARConcerning the occupational accident insurance coverage that independent contractors of carriers may acquire pursuant to standards set by the division of insurance. R. Rodriguez (D) | J. Smallwood (R) / K. Mullica (D) | K. Van Winkle (R) 6/2/2021 Senate Committee on Business, Labor, & Technology Postpone Indefinitely

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2021-05-21 No amendments found
SB21-293  Tuesday, June 8 2021
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(8) in house calendar.  
Concerning property taxation, and, in connection therewith, establishing subclasses of residential and nonresidential property; for the 2022 and 2023 property tax years, temporarily reducing the assessment rate for property classified as agricultural property or renewable energy production property from twenty-nine percent to twenty-six and four-tenths percent, for property classified as multi-family residential real property from seven and fifteen one-hundredths percent to six and eight-tenths percent, contingent on the assessment rate not otherwise being reduced by an initiated measure, and for all other residential real property from seven and fifteen one-hundredths percent to six and ninety-five one-hundredths percent; restructuring the assessment rate laws; expanding the property tax deferral program to allow taxpayers to defer increases in property taxes in limited circumstances; and making an appropriation. C. Hansen (D) | B. Rankin (R) / D. Esgar (D) | M. Gray (D) 6/8/2021 House Third Reading Passed - No Amendments

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2021-06-02 Amendments