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SB20-136

Statutory Revision Commitee Omnibus Bill

Concerning an omnibus bill containing recommendations of the statutory revision committee related to the committee's statutory charge.
Session:
2020 Regular Session
Subject:
General Assembly
Bill Summary

Statutory Revision Committee. The bill makes the following changes to Colorado Revised Statutes, in accordance with the statutory charge of the statutory revision committee:

  • Section 1 of the bill contains a nonstatutory legislative declaration reflecting the scope of the statutory revision committee as it applies to the bill;
  • Sections 2-14 update incorrect references in statute related to the term "commitment", as used in the context of treatment and evaluation of mental health disorders, to the current language of "certification";
  • Sections 15-19 repeal subsections in title 43 that reference obsolete provisions or actions that have already occurred and are no longer relevant, including deleting references to the terms "motorscooter" and "motorbicycle", which were removed from statute by H.B. 09-1026;
  • Sections 20-28 conform and update obsolete federal references for the definition of a "federally qualified health center";
  • Sections 29-32 update outdated references to the "Colorado tourism board" and replace them with the "Colorado tourism office" and repeal a reference to a one-time transfer to a now-defunct tourism promotion fund;
  • Sections 33-38 repeal outdated and previously repealed references to the "pilot alternate protest procedure" in title 39; and
  • Sections 39-54 update, repeal, or correct miscellaneous references to programs, funds, boards or commissions, terminology, or other provisions in statute that conflict with current law;
  • Sections 55-57 update references to the term "regional accountable entity" to the current language of "managed care entity; and
  • Sections 58-60 repeal subsections in title 33 that reference obsolete or conflicting provisions or actions that have already occurred and are no longer relevant.

(Note: Italicized words indicate new material added to the original summary; dashes through words indicate deletions from the original summary.)


(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)

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