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3002088FB9122661872589A80080A3A4 Hearing Summary


Date May 7, 2023      
Location Old State Library

SB23-158 - Postponed Indefinitely

05:25:07 PM  
Representative Gonzales-Gutierrez
and Representative Weissman, co-prime bill sponsors, presented Senate Bill
23-158, concerning the continuation of the Colorado Commission on Criminal
and Juvenile Justice (CCJJ).  The bill continues the CCJJ within the
Department of Public Safety (DPS) for one year, from September 1, 2023,
to September 1, 2024.  The bill also requires the CCJJ to provide
translation services for CCJJ meetings; updates the membership of the commission;
requires the CCJJ to provide opportunities for the public to provide topics
for study; requires the CCJJ to conduct regular meetings to inform commission
members of relevant research and for the DPS to assist in the preparation
of materials for implementation of policy recommendations; and changes
what the CCJJ must study.  Attachment A provides a copy of the sunset
review report of the CCJJ.
05:39:48 PM  

Representative Weissman responded to questions from the committee.  Committee discussion ensued.  Written testimony was provided to the committee (Attachment B).  Additional written testimony may be found in Attachment C.

05:50:46 PM
Motion Postpone Senate Bill 23-158 indefinitely.
Moved Weissman
Seconded Epps
Armagost No
Daugherty Yes
Epps Yes
Evans No
Garcia Yes
Luck No
Marshall Yes
Sharbini Yes
Snyder Yes
Soper No
Woodrow Yes
Bacon Yes
Weissman Yes
Final YES: 9   NO: 4   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS

The effective date for bills enacted without a safety clause is August 7, 2024, if the General Assembly adjourns sine die on May 8, 2024, unless otherwise specified. Details