Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
  SB 18 007

 Sen. Tate &

 Sen. Guzman

 Rep. Duran &

 Rep. J. Becker

  Affordable Housing Tax Credit

 Concerning the Colorado affordable housing   tax  credit, and, in connection therewith,   renaming the low-income housing tax credit   the Colorado affordable housing tax credit   and extending the period during which the   Colorado housing and finance authority may   allocate affordable housing tax credits.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION:The bill changes the name of the existing low-income housing tax credit to the   affordable housing tax credit. This change is reflected in sections 1 and 3 of the bill.

 Section 2 extends the period during which the Colorado housing and finance authority may   allocate affordable housing tax credits from December 31, 2019, to December 31, 2024.

 ACTIVITY:

 1/10/2018 Introduced in the Senate Assigned to Finance

 1/23/2018 Senate Committee on Finance Refer Unamended to Appropriations

 2/14/2018 Senate Committee on Appropriations Refer Unamended to Senate Committee of the   Whole

 2/22/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 2/23/2018 Introduced in House – Assigned to Finance

 3/19/2018 House Committee on Finance Refer Amended to Appropriations

 4/23/2018 House Appropriations Passed

 4/26/2018 House Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 4/27/2018 Senate to Concur with House Amendments –Passed & Re-adopted

 5/09/2018 Signed by the President of the Senate

 5/11/2018 Signed by the Speaker of the House

 5/11/2018 Sent to the Governor

 

  FINAL ACTION:  PENDING

  

 

  TO READ SB 18 007 CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 013

 Sen. Fields & Gardner

 Rep. Michaelson Jenet

 Expand Child Nutrition School Lunch   Protection Act

 Concerning expanding the grades eligible   for the child nutrition school lunch   protection program.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: Current law creates an annual appropriation to provide lunches at no charge   to children in state subsidized early childhood education programs administered by public   schools or in kindergarten through fifth grade who would otherwise have to pay for a reduced-   price lunch.

 The bill extends the grade of eligibility to eighth grade in schools that elect to participate in   the expanded program.

 The bill authorizes an annual appropriation, including a cap on the amount of the annual   appropriation, to cover the expanded grades of eligible children.

 ACTIVITY:  

 1/10/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to Education

 1/25/2018 Senate Committee on Education Refer Unamended to Appropriations

 4/27/2018 Senate Committee on Appropriations Refer Amended to Senate Committee of the   Whole

 5/02/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 5/02/2018 Introduced In House – Assigned to Education

 5/07/2018 House Committee on Education Refer Unamended to Appropriations

 5/07/2018 House Committee on Appropriations Refer to House Committee of the Whole

 5/07/2018 House Second Reading Special Order – Passed – No Amendments

 5/08/2018 House Third Reading – Passed

 5/16/2018 Signed by the President of the Senate

 5/17/2018 Signed by the Speaker of the House

 5/17/2018 Sent to the Governor

 

 FINAL ACTION: PENDING

 

 TO READ SB 18 013 CLICK HERE

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 042

 Sen. Donovan &   Sen. Crowder

 Rep. Catlin &       Rep. McLachlan

 Agriculture Workforce Development   Program

 Concerning the creation of the agricultural   workforce development program.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: Young and Beginning Farmers Interim Study Committee. The bill requires the   commissioner of agriculture to create, by rule, the agricultural workforce development program   to provide incentives to agricultural businesses to hire interns. Qualified agricultural businesses   may be reimbursed an amount not to exceed 50% of the actual cost of hiring a qualified intern.   The rules must include specified criteria for qualifying businesses and interns participating in the   program. Qualified internships must include at least 130 hours of work experience and cannot   exceed 6 months in duration. The program is repealed on July 1, 2024.
 ACTIVITY:  

 1/10/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to Agriculture, Natural Resources, & Energy

 2/01/2018 Senate Committee on Agriculture, Natural Resources, & Energy Refer Unamended to   Appropriations

 4/11/2018 Senate Committee on Appropriations Refer Amended to Senate Committee of the   Whole

 4/17/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 4/20/2018 Introduced In House – Assigned to Agriculture, Livestock, & Natural Resources

 4/30/2018 House Committee on Agriculture, Livestock, & Natural Resources Refer Amended to   Appropriations

 5/02/2018 House Committee on Appropriations Refer Amended to House Committee of the   Whole

 5/03/2018 House Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 5/03/2018 Senate Considered House Amendments – Result was to Adhere

 5/09/2018 House Considered Senate Adherence – Result was to Recede

 5/16/2018 Signed by the President of the Senate

 5/16/2018 Signed by the Speaker of the House

 5/16/2018 Sent to the Governor

 

FINAL ACTION: PENDING

 

 

 TO READ SB 18 042 CLICK HERE

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 050

 Sen. Smallwood

 Rep. Coleman &   Rep. Catlin

 Free-standing Emergency Facility as

 Safe Haven

 Concerning including staff of free-standing   emergency   facilities as part of Colorado’s safe   haven laws.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: The bill expands Colorado’s safe haven laws to include staff members of free-   standing emergency facilities as persons allowed to take temporary physical custody of infants   72 hours old or younger when the infant is voluntarily surrendered by its parent or parents.
 ACTIVITY:  

 1/10/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to Health & Human Services

 1/17/2018 Senate Health & Human Services Refer Amended to Senate Committee of the Whole

 1/22/2018 Senate Second Reading Passed as Amended 

 1/23/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed No Amendments

 1/26/2018 House Introduced in House – Assigned to Health, Insurance, & Environment

 2/15/2018 House Committee on Health, Insurance, & Environment Refer Amended to House   Committee of the Whole

 2/20/2018 House Second Reading Passed with Amendments – Committee

 2/21/2018 House Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 2/22/2018 Senate Considered House Amendments – Result was to Concur – Repass

 2/28/2018 Senate Signed by the President of the Senate

 3/01/2018 House Signed by the Speaker of the House

 3/02/2018 Sent to the Governor

 3/07/2018 Governor Signed 

 FINAL ACTION:

 March 7, 2018 The Governor Signed SB 18 050 Into Law.

 

  TO READ SB 18 050 CLICK HERE

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 055

 Sen. T. Neville

 Rep. Van Winkle

 Rep. Hooton

 Increase Surcharge for Trafficking Children

 Concerning the crimes against children surcharge   in cases involving trafficking of children.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION:  Current law requires each person who is convicted of a crime against a child   to pay a surcharge   to the clerk of the court for the judicial district in which the conviction   occurs. The bill adds the   crime of human trafficking of a minor for sexual servitude to the   definition of crime against a   child for purposes of the surcharge. For a class 2 felony, the   amount of the fine is $1,500. The   bill states that if the class 2 felony is for human trafficking of   a minor for involuntary servitude   or for human trafficking of a minor for sexual servitude, then   the amount of the fine is $3,000.   Additionally, in cases where an offender is required to pay   the new surcharge, the court is   encouraged to delay any finding of indigence until 6 months   after the offender’s conviction, at   which time the court may require the defendant or   defendant’s counsel to submit documents   that substantiate the defendant’s indigence.
  ACTIVITY:  

 1/11/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to Assigned to Finance

 1/23/2017 Senate Committee on Finance Refer Unamended – Consent Calendar to Senate COW

 1/30/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 2/02/2018 Introduces in the House Assigned to House Judiciary

 3/29/2018 House Committee on Judiciary Refer Unamended to House Committee of the Whole

 4/05/2018 House Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 4/06/2018 Senate Considered House Amendments – Result was to Concur – Repass

 4/12/2018 Senate Signed by the President of the Senate

 4/17/2018 Signed by the Speaker of the House

 4/17/2018 Sent to the Governor

 4/23/2018 Governor Signed

 FINAL ACTION:

 APRIL 23, 2018  The Governor Signed SB 18 055 Into Law.

  

  TO READ SB 18 055 CLICK HERE

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 083

 Sen. Lundberg

 Rep. Ransom

 Education Income Tax Credits for Nonpublic   School

 Concerning the creation of income tax credits for   nonpublic education.

 

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: The bill establishes a private school tuition income tax credit commencing on   or after January 1, 2019, that allows any taxpayer to claim a credit when the taxpayer enrolls a   qualified child in a private school or the taxpayer provides a scholarship to a qualified child for   enrollment in a private school. The private school issues the taxpayer a credit certificate and the   amount of the credit is:

 For full-time attendance, an amount equal to either the tuition paid or the scholarship provided   to a qualified child, as applicable, or 50% of the previous year’s state average per pupil   revenues, whichever is less; and

 For half-time attendance, an amount equal to either the tuition paid or the scholarship provided   to a qualified child, as applicable, or 25% of the previous year’s state average per pupil   revenues, whichever is less.

 The bill also establishes an income tax credit commencing on or after January 1, 2019, that   allows any taxpayer who uses home-based education for a qualified child to claim an income tax   credit in an amount equal to:

 $1,000 for a taxpayer who uses home-based education for a qualified child who was enrolled on   a full-time basis in a public school in the state prior to being taught at home; and

 $500 for a taxpayer who uses home-based education for a qualified child who was enrolled on a   half-time basis in a public school in the state prior to being taught at home.

 Both credits may be carried forward for 3 years but may not be refunded. In addition, the   credits  may be transferred, subject to certain limitations.

 

 ACTIVITY:  

 1/12/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to Finance

 2/06/2018 Senate Finance passed to Senate Appropriations

 4/10/2018 Senate Committee on Appropriations Refer Amended to Senate Committee of the   Whole

 4/17/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 4/18/2018 Introduced In House – Assigned to Education

5/07/2018 House Committee on Education Postpone Indefinitely

 FINAL ACTION:

 May 7, 2018 House Committee on Education Postponed SB 18 083  Indefinitely

 

 

  TO READ SB 18 083 CLICK HERE

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 084

 Sen. Kefalas

 Rep. Landgraf &   Rep. Lundeen

 Protections for Minor Victims of Human   Trafficking

 Concerning enhancing protections for minors who   are victims of human trafficking.

 

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION:

 The bill establishes legislation to further protect minors who are victims of human trafficking   of a  minor for involuntary servitude and human trafficking of a minor for sexual servitude minor   who is a victim of human trafficking). The term ‘sexually exploited minor’ is clarified to include a   person less than 18 years of age who has been a victim of human trafficking or has engaged in   certain prostitution-related activities.

 

 A statutory presumption is established that any person who is less than 18 years of age who   engages in conduct that would constitute prostitution if such person were an adult is presumed   to be a minor who is a victim of human trafficking, and must be referred to the appropriate   county department of human or social services for care and services.

 The bill makes conforming amendments.

 ACTIVITY:  

 1/16/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to Health & Human Services

 2/15/2018 Senate Committee on Health & Human Services Refer Amended to Appropriations

 4/03/2018 Senate Committee on Appropriations Refer Unamended to Judiciary  

 4/09/2018 Senate Committee on Judiciary Postpone Indefinitely

 

  FINAL ACTION:

 April 9, 2018 Senate Committee on Judiciary Postponed SB 18 084 Indefinitely.

 

 TO READ SB 18 084 CLICK HERE

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 087

 Sen. Fenberg

 Rep.  Michaelson     Jenet

 Rep. Winter   

 In-state Tuition Foreign Nationals Settled In   Colorado

 Concerning in-state tuition at institutions of higher   education for certain foreign nationals legally   settled in Colorado.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: The bill contains a legislative declaration about the circumstances facing   special immigrants and refugees and the benefit of access to education. The bill grants eligibility   for in-state tuition status to refugees and special immigrants admitted to the United States   pursuant to federal law who have settled in Colorado. 
 ACTIVITY:  

 1/16/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to State Veterans & Military Affairs

 2/05/2018 Senate State Veterans & Military Affairs Referred to Committee of the Whole Consent   Calendar

 2/08/2018 Senate Second Reading Passed – No Amendments

 2/09/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 2/14/2018 Introduced in House – Assigned to Education

 3/21/2018 House Committee on Education Refer Unamended to House Committee of the Whole

 4/06/2018 Signed by the President of the Senate

 4/06/2018 Signed by the Speaker of the House

 4/09/2018 Sent to the Governor

 4/12/2018 Governor Signed

 

 FINAL ACTION: 

 April 12, 2018 The Governor Signed SB 18 087 Into Law.

 

 TO READ SB 18 087 CLICK HERE

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 108

 Sen. Crowder

 Sen. Coram

 Rep. Arndt

 Rep. Singer 

 Eligibility Colorado Road and Community   Safety Act

 Concerning the issuance of identification   documents under the “Colorado Road and   Community Safety Act” to persons who are not   lawfully present in the United States.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: Currently, a person who is not lawfully present in the United States may obtain   a driver’s license or identification card if certain requirements are met. One of the requirements   is that the person present a taxpayer identification card.

 The bill allows a person to present a social security number as an alternative to a taxpayer   identification card. The bill allows the license or identification card to be reissued or renewed in   accordance with the process used for other licenses and identification cards.

 A person whose license is lost or stolen may obtain a replacement without renewing the license.

 

 

 ACTIVITY:  

 1/29/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to State Veterans & Military Affairs

 2/07/2018 Senate State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Witness Testimony and/or Committee   Discussion Only

 2/14/2018 Senate State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Refer Amended to Appropriations

 2/27/2018 Senate Sponsor Laid Over in Appropriations

 3/20/2018 Senate Committee on Appropriations Refer Amended to Senate Committee of the   Whole

 3/22/2018 Senate Second Reading Passed

 3/23/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 3/23/2018 Introduced in House – Assigned to Local Government

 4/04/2018 House Local Government Passed to Appropriations

 4/11/2018 House Committee on Appropriations Refer Amended to House Committee of the   Whole

 4/18/2018 House Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 4/19/2018 Senate Considered House Amendments – Result was to Adhere

 4/26/2018 House Considered Senate Adherence – Result was to Recede

 5/07/2018 Signed by the President of the Senate

 5/11/2018 Signed by the Speaker of the House

 5/11/2018 Sent to the Governor

 

 FINAL ACTION: PENDING

  

 TO READ SB 18 108 CLICK HERE

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 120

 Sen. A. Williams

 Sen. Priola

 Rep. Jackson

 Rep. Wilson

 

 Time Period for Tenant to Cure Unpaid Rent

 Concerning the time allowed for a tenant to cure   a lease violation for unpaid rent.

 

 

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: 

 Current law requires a landlord to provide a tenant 3 days to cure a violation   for unpaid rent   before the landlord can initiate eviction proceedings based on that unpaid rent.

 The bill allows landlords to initiate an eviction proceeding after providing 3 days’ notice but   requires landlords to accept payment of all outstanding amounts due before the date by which   a tenant is required to appear in court in an eviction proceeding. For a second or subsequent   violation of the same agreement within 6 months of a violation, a landlord may require   payment within 3 days.

 

 

 ACTIVITY:  

 1/29/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to Business Labor & Technology

 2/07/2018 Senate Business, Labor, & Technology Witness Testimony and/or Committee     Discussion Only

 2/14/2018 Senate Business, Labor, & Technology

 2/14/2018 Senate Committee on Business, Labor, & Technology Postpone Indefinitely

 

 FINAL ACTION: 

 February 14, 2018 Senate Committee on Business, Labor, & Technology Postponed     SB 18 120 Indefinitely.

 

 TO READ SB 18 120 CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 141

 Sen. Court

 Rep. Wilson

 

 Income Tax Check-off Nonprofit Donation   Fund

 Concerning voluntary contribution designations on   the Colorado individual income tax return form.

 

 

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: 

 Section 1 of the bill creates the donate to a Colorado nonprofit fund (fund) in the state   treasury. A voluntary contribution designation line for the fund will appear on the state   individual income tax return form in the first income tax year:

  • In which the department of revenue (department) has received sufficient funding to implement the program;
  • That begins on or after January 1, 2019; and
  • That begins after a space becomes available and the fund is next in the queue.

 If the space for the fund becomes available before all three conditions are met, the bill requires   the department to hold the space for the fund until all three conditions are met, and to include   the line thereafter. The line will allow a taxpayer receiving a refund to designate a contribution   to an eligible charitable organization (eligible organization) of their choice.

 The bill requires the secretary of state to provide a list of eligible organizations. To be eligible,   an organization must be registered and in good standing with the secretary under the ‘Colorado   Charitable Solicitations Act’ and be a nonprofit that is tax exempt under section 501 (c)(3) of   the internal revenue code. A charity may request to exclude itself from the list. The department   will make the list of eligible organizations available to the public and a taxpayer may choose a   single charity from the list to receive the contribution through the fund.

 Once the fund is placed on the form, the department is directed to determine annually the total   amount designated to the fund, and the total amounts designated to each eligible organization,   and to report those amounts to the state treasurer and the general assembly. The state   treasurer is required to credit the total amount to the fund. The bill requires the general   assembly to appropriate from the fund to the department, the secretary of state, and the state   treasurer their actual, reasonable costs for implementing the fund.

 After the appropriations for the administration of the fund are deducted, the state treasurer is   required to distribute the contributions to the charities as designated by taxpayers after a   reduction proportionate to the amount deducted from the fund for administration. The   department is not liable to a taxpayer or charity for an error in distributing a contribution.

 The fund is repealed if the department does not raise sufficient funding to implement the   program through gifts, grants, and donations by September 30, 2020.

 Section 2 excludes the fund from the time limitations and minimum contribution requirements   imposed on voluntary contribution funds. It also adds a limitation that a taxpayer cannot   contribute to any voluntary contribution fund or combination of voluntary contribution funds in   an amount that exceeds the amount of the taxpayer’s refund.

  

 ACTIVITY:  

 1/29/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to State Finance

 2/15/2018 Senate Committee on Finance Refer Amended – Consent Calendar to Senate COW

 2/22/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 2/27/2018 Introduced in House – Assigned to Finance

 4/02/2018 House Committee on Finance Refer Unamended to Appropriations

 4/11/2018 House Committee on Appropriations Refer Unamended to House Committee of the   Whole

 4/18/2018 House Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 4/27/2018 Senate to Concur with House Amendments –Passed & Re-adopted

 4/27/2018 Senate Considered House Amendments – Result was to Concur – Repass

 5/09/2018 Signed by the President of the Senate

 5/11/2018 Signed by the Speaker of the House

 5/11/2018 Sent to the Governor

 

 FINAL ACTION: PENDING

 

 

 TO READ SB 18 141 CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 201  Religious Organization Child Care Licensing   Exemption

 Concerning exempting religious organizations   from child care licensing requirements for the   time period during   which church services are   being offered.

MONITOR
 DESCRIPTION: Current law allows a child care licensing exemption for certain facilities,   including shopping centers and churches, that provide on-site child care for children for less   than 3 hours while people are making use of the facility or attending church services. The bill   retains the 3-hour limit on the licensing exemption for facilities like shopping centers but   removes the time limit for churches, provided that the child care is being offered   contemporaneously with church services or other church programs at the on-site child care   location.
 ACTIVITY:

 3/12/2018 Introduced in the Senate – Assigned to Business labor & Technology

 4/02/2018 Senate Committee on Business, Labor, & Technology Refer Amended to Senate   Committee of the   Whole

 4/12/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 4/17/2018 Introduced In House – Assigned to Public Health Care & Human Services

 5/01/2018 House Committee on Public Health Care & Human Services Postpone Indefinitely

 FINAL ACTION: 

 May 1, 2018 House Committee on Public Health Care & Human Services Postponed     SB 18 201 Indefinitely.

 

 

 

 TO READ SB 18 201 CLICK HERE

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 234

 Sen. Coram

 Sen. Crowder

 Rep. Kraft Tharp

 Rep. Catlin

 

 Human Remains Disposition Sale Businesses

 Concerning measures to reduce the sale without   consent of the remains of a human who was born   alive, and, in connection therewith, registering   nontransplant tissue banks and prohibiting certain   owners of nontransplant tissue banks from   owning certain other businesses that provide for   the final disposition of human remains, and   making an appropriation.

 

 

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: 

 The bill makes it unlawful under the ‘Mortuary Science Code’ for a person to own more than a   10% indirect interest in a funeral establishment or crematory while simultaneously owning   interest in a nontransplant tissue bank. The bill requires nontransplant tissue banks to:

  • Register with the director of the division of professions and occupations in the department of regulatory agencies; and
  • Make disclosures, keep records and make them available to interested parties and the director, and maintain a standard of practice.

 The registration of nontransplant tissue banks sunsets on September 1, 2024.

 ACTIVITY:  

 4/09/2018 Introduced in Senate – Assigned to Judiciary

 4/16/2018 Senate Committee on Judiciary Witness Testimony and/or Committee Discussion   Only

 4/18/2018 Senate Committee on Judiciary Refer Amended – Consent Calendar to Senate   Committee of the Whole

 4/24/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 4/24/2018 Introduced In House – Assigned to Health, Insurance, & Environment

 5/01/2018 House Committee on Health, Insurance, & Environment Refer Amended to Finance

 5/02/2018 House Committee on Finance Refer Amended to Appropriations

 5/04/2018 House Committee on Appropriations Refer Amended to House Committee of the   Whole

 5/04/2018 House Second Reading Special Order – Passed with Amendments – Committee

 5/07/2018 House Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 5/07/2018 Senate Considered House Amendments – Result was to Concur – Repass

 5/16/2018 Signed by the President of the Senate

 5/16/2018 Signed by the Speaker of the House

 5/16/2018 Sent to the Governor

 

 FINAL ACTION: PENDING

 

 

 TO READ SB 18 234 CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor 
Bill Title
CCC Position
 SB 18 272

 Sen. Martinez-     Humenik

 Sen. Todd

 Rep. Carver

 Rep. McLachlan

 

 Crisis and Suicide Prevention Training Grant   Program

 Concerning suicide prevention training in schools.

 

 

 

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION: 

 The bill creates the crisis and suicide prevention training grant program (grant program) in the   department of public health and environment (department). The purpose of the grant program   is to provide financial assistance to schools in providing crisis and suicide prevention training to   schools, with priority given to those schools that have previously not received such training.   The grant program may authorize up to $400,000 in grants per year in varying amounts. The   office of suicide prevention and the school safety resource center shall work collaboratively with   the department to develop guidelines and criteria for the grant program. Grant recipients are   required to report on their activities using grant money.

 The crisis and suicide prevention training grant program fund is created and authorized to   accept appropriations from the general assembly, as well as gifts, grants, and donations.

 The bill makes conforming amendments that authorize the existing office of suicide prevention   in statute. 

 

 ACTIVITY:  

 4/20/2018 Introduced In Senate – Assigned to Health & Human Services

 4/25/2018 Senate Committee on Health & Human Services Refer Unamended to Appropriations

 5/04/2018 Senate Committee on Appropriations Refer Amended to Senate Committee of the   Whole

 5/04/2018 Senate Second Reading Special Order – Passed with Amendments – Committee

 5/07/2018 Senate Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 5/07/2018 Introduced In House – Assigned to Public Health Care & Human Services

 5/08/2018 House Committee on Public Health Care & Human Services Refer Unamended to   Appropriations

 5/08/2018 House Committee on Appropriations Refer Unamended to House Committee of the   Whole

 5/08/2018 House Second Reading Special Order – Passed – No Amendments

 5/09/2018 House Third Reading Passed – No Amendments

 

 FINAL ACTION: PENDING

 

 

 TO READ SB 18 272 CLICK HERE