SCORECARD FOR 2015 SENATE LEGISLATION

 Bill Number: SB 15-12 Bill Title: Colorado Works Pass-through Child Support                                Payment
 Bill Sponsors:   Sen. Kefalas   Rep. Pettersen
 Description: Concerning the treatment of child support for purposes of the Colorado works program.
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
SENATE THIRD READING April 15, 2015  PASSED 27 to 8
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat YES
David Balmer Republican YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican NO
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat YES
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat YES
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat YES
Rollie Heath Democrat YES
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat YES
Matt Jones Democrat YES
John Kefalas Democrat YES
Andrew Kerr Democrat YES
Kent Lambert Republican NO
Kevin Lundberg Republican NO
Vickie Marble Republican NO
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat YES
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat YES
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican NO
Ray Scott Republican NO
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican NO
Pat Steadman Democrat YES
Nancy Todd Democrat YES
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat YES
Laura Woods Republican NO
 
SB 15-12  HOUSE THIRD READING May 4, 2015  PASSED 43 – 21 with 1 Excused
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican YES
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican NO
Perry Buck Republican NO
Janet Buckner Democrat EXCUSED
Terri Carver Republican NO
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican NO
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican NO
Timothy Dore Republican NO
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican NO
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
Janak Joshi Republican NO
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Jon Keyser Republican YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican NO
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican YES
Polly Lawrence Republican YES
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican NO
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro Republican NO
Patrick Neville Republican NO
Dan Nordberg Republican NO
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican YES
Robert Rankin Republican NO
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican NO
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican YES
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican NO
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican NO
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican NO
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican YES
JoAnn Windholz Republican YES
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
FINAL ACTION: June 05, 2015 Governor Signed In To Law

 


 

 Bill Number: SB 15-30 Bill Title: Prostitution Defense For Human Trafficking                           Victim
 Bill Sponsors: Sen. Carroll    Rep. Foote
 Description:  Concerning removing culpability for prostitution for a victim of human trafficking.
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
SB 15 30:  SENATE THIRD READING February 3, 2015  PASSED 35 to 0
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat YES
David Balmer Republican YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat YES
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat YES
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat YES
Rollie Heath Democrat YES
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat YES
Matt Jones Democrat YES
John Kefalas Democrat YES
Andrew Kerr Democrat YES
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat YES
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat YES
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat YES
Nancy Todd Democrat YES
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat YES
Laura Woods Republican YES
 
SB 15 30:   HOUSE THIRD READING March 17, 2015  PASSED 65– 0 
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican YES
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican YES
Perry Buck Republican YES
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican YES
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican YES
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican YES
Timothy Dore Republican YES
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican YES
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican YES
Janak Joshi Republican YES
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Jon Keyser Republican YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican YES
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican YES
Polly Lawrence Republican YES
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican YES
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro Republican YES
Patrick Neville Republican YES
Dan Nordberg Republican YES
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican YES
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican YES
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican YES
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican YES
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican YES
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican YES 
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican YES
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican YES
JoAnn Windholz Republican YES
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
FINAL ACTION: April 16, 2015 Governor Signed In To Law

 


 

 Bill Number: SB 15-34 Bill Title: Reduce Finance Charge Limit for Credit Cards
 Bill Sponsors: Sen. Ulibarri   Rep. Lebsock
 Description: Concerning a reduction in the maximum permissible finance charge that a creditor  may apply to a credit card.
 CCC Position:  MONITOR   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
ACTION: January 26, 2015 Senate Business, Affairs & Labor Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Senate Business, Affairs & Labor Committee Postponed Senate Bill 15-034  indefinitely  using a reversal of the previous roll call. There was no  objection to the use of the  reverse roll call,  therefore, the bill was postponed indefinitely. The motion passed on a  vote of 6-1.
  Senate Business, Affairs & Labor Committee  9 Members
  Senator Chris Holbert   Republican   Yes
  Senator David Balmer   Republican   Yes
  Senator Irene Aguilarl Democrat Excused
  Senator Randy Baumgardner Republican Yes
  Senator Rollie Heath   Democrat   No
  Senator Cheri Jahn Democrat Excused
  Senator Tim Neville Republican Yes
  Senator Linda Newell Democrat Yes
  Senator Laura Woods  Republican Yes
 
 FINAL ACTION:  January 26, 2015 Senate Business, Affairs & Labor Committee  Postpone  Indefinitely

 


 

 Bill Number: SB 15-45 Bill Title: Tax Credits for Nonpublic Education
 Bill Sponsors: Sen. Lundberg   Rep. Ransom
 Description:  Concerning the creation of income tax credits for nonpublic education
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
SB 15 45:  SENATE THIRD READING March 25, 2015  PASSED 18 to 17
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat NO
David Balmer Republican YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat NO
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat NO
Larry Garcia Democrat NO
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat NO
Rollie Heath Democrat NO
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat NO
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat NO
Michael Johnston Democrat NO
Matt Jones Democrat NO
John Kefalas Democrat NO
Andrew Kerr Democrat NO
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat NO
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat NO
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat NO
Nancy Todd Democrat NO
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat NO
Laura Woods Republican YES
 
 ACTION: April 27, 2015 House Education Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone Senate Bill 15-045 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 6-5.
   House Education Committee  9 Members
  Representative Pete Lee Democrat   Yes
  Representative Brittany Pettersen Democrat   Yes
  Representative Justin Everett Republican No
  Representative Rhonda Fields Democrat Yes
  Representative Alec Garnet   Democrat Yes
  Representative Millie Hamner Democrat Yes
  Representative Paul Lundeen Republican No
  Representative Dominick Moreno Democrat Yes
  Representative Kevin Priola Republican No
 Representative Jim Wilson Republican No
 Representative JoAnn Windholz Republican No
 
FINAL ACTION:  April 27, 2015 House Education Committee Postponed Indefinitely

 Bill Number: SB 15-77 Bill Title: Creation of the Parent’s Bill of Rights
 Bill Sponsors: Sen. Tim Neville   Rep. Patrick Neville
 Description:  The bill establishes a parent’s bill of rights that sets forth specific parental rights related to education, health care, and mental health care of minor children.
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
SB 15 77:  SENATE THIRD READING February 12, 2015  PASSED 18 to 16 with 1 Excused
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat NO
David Balmer Republican YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat NO
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat NO
Larry Garcia Democrat EXCUSED
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat NO
Rollie Heath Democrat NO
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat NO
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat NO
Michael Johnston Democrat NO
Matt Jones Democrat NO
John Kefalas Democrat NO
Andrew Kerr Democrat NO
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat NO
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat NO
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat NO
Nancy Todd Democrat NO
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat NO
Laura Woods Republican YES
 
 ACTION: March 17, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone Senate Bill 15-077 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 7-6
  House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee  13 Members
  Representative Diana Primavera  Democrat Yes
  Representative Jonathan Singer Democrat Yes
  Representative Jessie Danielson Democrat Yes
  Representative Justin Everett Republican No
  Representative Joann Ginal   Democrat Yes
  Representative Janak Joshi Republican No
  Representative Lois Landgraf Republican No
  Representative Jovan Melton Democrat Yes
  Representative Dominick Moreno Democrat Yes
  Representative Lang Sias Republican No
  Representative Max Tyler Democrat Yes
  Representative Jim Wilson Republican No
  Representative JoAnn Windholz Republican No
 
 FINAL ACTION: March 17, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services  Committee  Postponed Indefinitely

 


 

 Bill Number: SB 15-258 Bill Title: “Colorado Electric Consumers’ Protection Act”
 Bill Sponsors: Sen. Cooke & Sonnenberg   Rep. Dore
 Description: Concerning a requirement for coordinated review prior to the adoption of a state plan for the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions by Colorado electric utilities, and, in connection therewith, enacting the “Colorado Electric Consumers’ Protection Act”.
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
SB 15 258:  SENATE THIRD READING April 23, 2015  PASSED 21 to 14 
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat NO
David Balmer Republican YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat NO
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat NO
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat NO
Rollie Heath Democrat NO
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat NO
Matt Jones Democrat NO
John Kefalas Democrat NO
Andrew Kerr Democrat NO
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat NO
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat NO
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat NO
Nancy Todd Democrat NO
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat NO
Laura Woods Republican YES
 
 ACTION: May 4, 2015 House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone Senate Bill 15-0258 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 6-5
  House an Services Committee  11 Members
  Representative Su Ryden Democrat Yes
  Representative Joe Salazar Democrat Yes
  Representative Mike Foote Democrat Yes
  Representative Stephen Humphrey Republican No
  Representative Susan Lontine Democrat Yes
  Representative Patrick Neville Republican No
  Representative Dianne Primavera   Democrat Yes
  Representative Jack Tate Republican No
  Representative Dan Thurlow Republican No
  Representative Max Tyler Democrat Yes
  Representative Yeulin Willett Republican No
 
 FINAL ACTION: May 4, 2015 House State, Veterans & Military Affairs  Committee  Postponed Indefinitely

 


 

 Bill Number: SB 15-268 Bill Title: Offenses Against an Unborn Child
 Bill Sponsors: Sen. Cadman   Rep. Lawrence
 Description: Concerning offenses against an Unborn Child.
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
SB 15 268:  SENATE THIRD READING April 28, 2015  PASSED 18 to 17
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat NO
David Balmer Republican YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat NO
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat NO
Larry Garcia Democrat NO
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat NO
Rollie Heath Democrat NO
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat NO
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat NO
Michael Johnston Democrat NO
Matt Jones Democrat NO
John Kefalas Democrat NO
Andrew Kerr Democrat NO
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat NO
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat NO
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat NO
Nancy Todd Democrat NO
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat NO
Laura Woods Republican YES
 
 ACTION: May 4, 2015 House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone Senate Bill 15-0268 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 6-5
  House State, Veterans & Military Affairs 11 Members
  Representative Su Ryden Democrat Yes
  Representative Joe Salazar Democrat Yes
  Representative Mike Foote Democrat Yes
  Representative Stephen Humphrey Republican No
  Representative Susan Lontine Democrat Yes
  Representative Patrick Neville Republican No
  Representative Dianne Primavera   Democrat Yes
  Representative Jack Tate Republican No
  Representative Dan Thurlow Republican No
  Representative Max Tyler Democrat Yes
  Representative Yeulin Willett Republican No
 
 FINAL ACTION: May 4, 2015 House State, Veterans & Military Affairs  Committee  Postponed Indefinitely

 


 

SCORECARD FOR 2015 HOUSE LEGISLATION

 

 

 Bill Number: HB 15-1036 Bill Title: Warn Pregnant Women Med Marijuana Dangers
 Bill Sponsors:  Rep. Tate   Sen. NA
 Description: Concerning the posting of information on the dangers of marijuana to a fetus at  medical marijuana centers.
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 ACTION: February 3 26, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services
 MOTION: Lay over House Bill 15-1036 until May 15, 2015. The effect of this motion is to postpone  indefinitely House Bill 15-1036. The motion passed on a vote of 12-0, with one member excused.
  House Public Health Care & Human Services
  Representative Jonathan Singer   Democrat Yes
  Representative Dianne Primavera   Democrat Yes
  Representative Kathleen Conti Republican Excused
  Representative Jessie Danielson Democrat Yes
  Representative Justin Everett Republican Yes
  Representative Joann Ginal Democrat Yes
  Representative Janak Joshi Republican Yes
  Representative Jon Keyser Republican Yes
  Representative Lois Landgraf Republican Yes
  Representative Jovan Melton Democrat Yes
  Representative Dominick Moreno Democrat Yes
  Representative Max Tyler Republican Yes
  Representative JoAnn Windholtz Republican Yes
  
 FINAL ACTION:  February 3, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee  Postpone  Indefinitely

 Bill Number: HB 15-1037 Bill Title: Religious Freedom Student groups Higher Ed
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. Priola   Sen. T. Neville
 Description: Concerning religious freedom for student groups at state institutions of higher  education.
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
ACTION: February 9, 2015 House Education Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1037 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 6-5.
  House Education Committee 11 Members
  Representative Brittany Petersen   Democrat Yes
  Representative Janet Buckner   Democrat Yes
  Representative Justin Everett Republican No
  Representative Rhonda Fields Democrat Yes
  Representative Alec Garnett Democrat Yes
  Representative Pete Lee Democrat Yes
  Representative Paul Lundeen Republican No
  Representative Dominick Moreno Democrat Yes
  Representative Kevin Priola Republican No
  Representative Jim Wilson Republican No
  Representative JoAnn Windholtz Republican No
  
 FINAL ACTION:  February 9, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee  Postpone  Indefinitely

 Bill Number: HB 15-1106 Bill Title: Clarify Access To Unredacted Adoption Records
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. Saine   Sen. Sonnenberg
 Description: Concerning the clarification of access by eligible persons to unredacted adoption records that contain identifying information
 CCC Position:  MONITOR   CLICK HERE  To Read the Bill
 
 HB 15 1106:   HOUSE THIRD READING February 19, 2015  PASSED 65– 0 
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican YES
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican YES
Perry Buck Republican YES
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican YES
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican YES
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican YES
Timothy Dore Republican YES
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican YES
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican YES
Janak Joshi Republican YES
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Jon Keyser Republican YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican YES
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican YES
Polly Lawrence Republican YES
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican YES
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro Republican YES
Patrick Neville Republican YES
Dan Nordberg Republican YES
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican YES
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican YES
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican YES
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican YES
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican YES
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican YES 
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican YES
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican YES
JoAnn Windholz Republican YES
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
HB 15 1106  SENATE THIRD READING March 17, 2015  PASSED 35 to 0
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat YES
David Balmer Republican YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat YES
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat YES
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat YES
Rollie Heath Democrat YES
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat YES
Matt Jones Democrat YES
John Kefalas Democrat YES
Andrew Kerr Democrat YES
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat YES
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat YES
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat YES
Nancy Todd Democrat YES
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat YES
Laura Woods Republican YES
FINAL ACTION: March 30, 2015 Governor Signed Into Law

 


 

 Bill Number: HB 15-1111 Bill Title: Maternal Mortality Prevention Act
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. McCann   Sen. Crowder
 Description: Concerning the creation of a maternal mortality committee in the department of public health and environment.
 CCC Position:  MONITOR   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 HB 15 1111:   HOUSE THIRD READING February 25, 2015  PASSED 41– 24 
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican YES
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican NO
Perry Buck Republican NO
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican NO
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican NO
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican NO
Timothy Dore Republican NO
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican NO
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
Janak Joshi Republican NO
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Jon Keyser Republican NO
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican NO
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican NO
Polly Lawrence Republican NO
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican NO
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro Republican NO
Patrick Neville Republican NO
Dan Nordberg Republican NO
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican NO
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican NO
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican NO
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican YES
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican NO 
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican NO
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican NO
JoAnn Windholz Republican YES
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
 ACTION: April 9, 2015 Senate Finance Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1111 indefinitely using a reversal of the previous roll call. There was no objection to the use of the reverse roll call, therefore, the bill was postponed indefinitely. The motion passed without objection.
  Senate Finance Committee  5 Members
  Senator Owen Hill Republican Yes
  Senator Tim Neville Republican Yes
  Senator Chris Holbert Republican Yes
  Senator Michael johnston Democrat No
  Senator Andy Kerr Democrat No
  
 FINAL ACTION: April 9, 2015 Senate Finance Committee  Postpone  Indefinitely

 


 

 Bill Number: HB 15-1112 Bill Title: Born-Alive Infant Protection Act
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. Langraf   NA
 Description: Concerning creation of the “born-alive infant protection act”.
 CCC Position: SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 ACTION: March 3, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1112 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 7-6.
  House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee  13 Members
  Representative Diana Primavera  Democrat Yes
  Representative Jonathan Singer Democrat Yes
   Representative Kathleen Conti Republican No
  Representative Jessie Danielson Democrat Yes
  Representative Justin Everett Republican No
  Representative Joann Ginal   Democrat Yes
  Representative Janak Joshi Republican No
  Representative Lois Landgraf Republican No
  Representative Jovan Melton Democrat Yes
  Representative Dominick Moreno Democrat Yes
  Representative Lang Sias Republican No
  Representative Max Tyler Democrat Yes
  Representative JoAnn Windholz Republican No
 
 FINAL ACTION: March 17, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services  Committee  Postponed Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: HB 15-1128 Bill Title: Women’s Health Protection Act
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. P. Neville Sen. T. Neville
 Description: CConcerning the adoption of the “women’s health protection act”.
 CCC Position: SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 ACTION: March 3, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1128 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 7-6.
  House  Health Insurance & Environment Committee  13 Members
  Representative Beth McCann Democrat Yes
  Representative Joann Ginal Democrat Yes
   Representative J. Paul Brown Republican No
  Representative  Daneya Esgar Democrat Yes
  Representative  Stephen Humphrey Republican No
  Representative  Janak Joshi   Democrat Yes
  Representative Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican No
  Representative Lois Landgraf Republican No
  Representative Susan Lontine Democrat Yes
  Representative Diane Mitch-Bush Democrat Yes
  Representative Diana Primavera  Republican No
  Representative Kim Ransom Democrat Yes
  Representative Su Ryden Republican No
 
 FINAL ACTION: February 12, 2015 House Health Insurance & Environment  Committee  Postponed Indefinitely

 


 

 Bill Number: HB 15-1135 Bill Title: Colorado Death With Dignity Act
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. Court & Ginal   Sen. Guzman
 Description: Concerning a terminally ill individual’s freedom to make end-of-life decisions.
 CCC Position: OPPOSE   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 ACTION: February 6, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1135 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 9-4.
  House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee  13 Members
  Representative Diana Primavera  Democrat Yes
  Representative Jonathan Singer Democrat No
   Representative Kathleen Conti Republican Yes
  Representative Jessie Danielson Democrat Yes
  Representative Justin Everett Republican Yes
  Representative Joann Ginal   Democrat No
  Representative Janak Joshi Republican Yes
  Representative Jon Keyser Republican Yes
  Representative Lois Landgraf Republican Yes
  Representative Jovan Melton Democrat No
  Representative Dominick Moreno Democrat Yes
  Representative Max Tyler Democrat Yes
  Representative JoAnn Windholz Republican No
 
 FINAL ACTION: March 17, 2015 House Public Health Care & Human Services  Committee  Postponed Indefinitely

 


 

 Bill Number: HB 15-1162 Bill Title: Ban Sex-Selection Abortions
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. Nordberg   NA
 Description: Concerning the prenatal sex nondiscrimination act.
 CCC Position: SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 ACTION:  March 16, 2015 House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1162 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 6-5.
  House State, Veterans & Military Affairs   Committee  13 Members
  Representative Su Ryden Democrat Yes
  Representative Joseph Salazar Democrat Yes
  Representative Mike Foote Democrat Yes
  Representative Stephen Humphrey Republican No
  Representative Susan Lontine Democrat Yes
  Representative Patrick Neville Republican No
  Representative Diana Primavera  Democrat Yes
  Representative Jack Tate Republican No
  Representative Dan Thurlow Republican No
  Representative Max Tyler Democrat Yes
  Representative Yeulin Willett Republican No
 
 FINAL ACTION: March 16, 2015 House State, Veterans & Military Affairs  Committee  Postponed Indefinitely

 


 Bill Number: HB 15-1171 Bill Title: State Freedom of Conscience Protection Act
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. P. Neville Sen. T. Neville
 Description:  Concerning a state freedom of conscience protection act.
 CCC Position: SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 ACTION:  March 9, 2015 House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1171 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 7- 4.
  House State, Veterans & Military Affairs   Committee  13 Members
  Representative Su Ryden Democrat Yes
  Representative Joseph Salazar Democrat Yes
  Representative Mike Foote Democrat Yes
  Representative Stephen Humphrey Republican No
  Representative Susan Lontine Democrat Yes
  Representative Patrick Neville Republican No
  Representative Diana Primavera  Democrat Yes
  Representative Jack Tate Republican No
  Representative Dan Thurlow Republican Yes
  Representative Max Tyler Democrat Yes
  Representative Yeulin Willett Republican No
 
 FINAL ACTION: March 9, 2015 House State, Veterans & Military Affairs  Committee  Postponed Indefinitely

 


 Bill Number: HB 15-1194 Bill Title: Authorize General Fund Dollars for LARC
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. KC Becker & Coram Sen. Hodge
 Description:  Concerning state general fund dollars for the department of public health and environment to continue providing specified family planning services throughout the state, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. 
 CCC Position: OPPOSE   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 HB 15 1194:   HOUSE THIRD READING April 20, 2015  PASSED 37 – 26 with 2 Excused
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican NO
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican YES
Perry Buck Republican NO
Janet Buckner Democrat EXCUSED
Terri Carver Republican NO
Kathleen Conti Republican NO
Don Coram Republican YES
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican NO
Timothy Dore Republican NO
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican NO
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
Janak Joshi Republican NO
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Jon Keyser Republican NO
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican NO
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican NO
Polly Lawrence Republican NO
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican NO
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro Republican NO
Patrick Neville Republican NO
Dan Nordberg Republican NO
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican EXCUSED
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican NO
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican NO
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican NO
Daniel Thurlow Republican NO
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican NO 
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican NO
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican NO
JoAnn Windholz Republican NO
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
 ACTION: April 29, 2015 Senate State Veterans & Military Affairs Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1194 indefinitely using a reversal of the previous roll call. There was no objection to the use of the reverse roll call, therefore, the bill was postponed indefinitely. The motion passed without objection.
  Senate Finance Committee  5 Members
  Senator Jerry Sonnenberg Republican Yes
  Senator Ray Scott Republican Yes
  Senator Owen Hill Republican Yes
  Senator Matt Jones Democrat No
  Senator Jessie Ulibarri Democrat No
  
 FINAL ACTION: April 29, 2015 Senate Finance Committee  Postpone  Indefinitely

 


 

 Bill Number: HB 15-1196 Bill Title:  CO Flex Accounts For Education Services
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. Lundeen   Sen. Hill
 Description: Concerning parent control of education expenditures for eligible students enrolled in kindergarten through grade twelve, and, in connection therewith, creating the “Colorado flexible lifetime learning expenditures account act”.
 CCC Position: SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 ACTION: March 23, 2015 House Education Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1196 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 6-5
  House an Services Committee  11 Members
  Representative Brittany Petersen Democrat Yes
  Representative Janet Buckner Democrat Yes
  Representative Justin Everett Republican No
  Representative Rhonda Fields Democrat Yes
  Representative Alec Garnett Democrat Yes
  Representative Pete Lee Democrat Yes
  Representative Paul Lundeen Republican No
  Representative Dominick Moreno Democrat Yes
  Representative Kevin Priola Republican No
  Representative Jim Wilson Republican No
  Representative JoAnn Windholtz Republican No
 
 FINAL ACTION: March 23, 2015 House State, Veterans & Military Affairs  Committee  Postponed Indefinitely

 


 Bill Number: HB 15-1298 Bill TitleWarn Pregnant Women Marijuana Risks
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. Singer & Tate NA
 Description:  Concerning posting warning information for pregnant women about the potential risks of marijuana at marijuana businesses.
 CCC Position: SUPPORT   CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 
 HB 15 1298:   HOUSE THIRD READING April 20, 2015  PASSED 50 – 14 with 1 Excused
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican YES
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican YES
Perry Buck Republican NO
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican YES
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican YES
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican YES
Timothy Dore Republican YES
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican NO
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
Janak Joshi Republican NO
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Jon Keyser Republican YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican NO
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican YES
Polly Lawrence Republican YES
Steve Lebsock Democrat NO
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican NO
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat NO
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro Republican NO
Patrick Neville Republican NO
Dan Nordberg Republican YES
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican YES
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican NO
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican NO
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican EXCUSED
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican YES
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican NO 
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican YES
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican YES
JoAnn Windholz Republican YES
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
 ACTION: March 23, 2015 Senate Business, Labor & Technology Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 15-1298 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 5-4
  Senate Education Committee  9 Members
 Senator Chris Holbert Republican Yes
 Senator  David Balmer  Republican Yes
 Senator  Irene Aguilar Democrat No
 Senator Randy Baumgardner Republican Yes
 Senator Rollie Heath Democrat No
 Senator Cheri Jahn Democrat No
 Senator Tim Neville Republican Yes
 Senator Linda Newell Democrat No
 Senator Laura Woods Republican Yes
 
 FINAL ACTION: April 22, 2015 House Business, Labor & Technology Committee  Postponed  Indefinitely

 


 Bill Number: HB 15-1341 Bill Title: Increase Penalty Sexual Exploitation of a Child
 Bill Sponsors: Rep. Conti & Fields   Sen. Cooke & Johnston
 Description: Concerning increasing the penalty from a class 6 felony to A class 5 felony for sexual exploitation of a child by the possession of sexually exploitative material.
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT   CLICK HERE  To Read the Bill
 
 HB 15 1341:   HOUSE THIRD READING April 27, 2015  PASSED 64 – 0 with 1 Excused
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican YES
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican YES
Perry Buck Republican YES
Janet Buckner Democrat EXCUSED
Terri Carver Republican YES
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican YES
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican YES
Timothy Dore Republican YES
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican YES
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican YES
Janak Joshi Republican YES
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Jon Keyser Republican YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican YES
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican YES
Polly Lawrence Republican YES
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican YES
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro Republican YES
Patrick Neville Republican YES
Dan Nordberg Republican YES
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican YES
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican YES
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican YES
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican YES
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican YES
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican YES 
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican YES
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican YES
JoAnn Windholz Republican YES
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
HB 15 1341  SENATE THIRD READING May 4 2015  PASSED 35 to 0
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat YES
David Balmer Republican YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat YES
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat YES
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat YES
Rollie Heath Democrat YES
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat YES
Matt Jones Democrat YES
John Kefalas Democrat YES
Andrew Kerr Democrat YES
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat YES
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat YES
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat YES
Nancy Todd Democrat YES
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat YES
Laura Woods Republican YES
FINAL ACTION: June 4, 2015 Governor Signed Into Law