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4B14FF97BAC769B7872583D00004F528 Hearing Summary




PUBLIC
BILL SUMMARY For HB19-1189

HOUSE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE
Date Apr 1, 2019      
Location Old State Library



HB19-1189 - Amended, referred to the Committee of the Whole


06:54:14 PM  
Representatives A. Valdez and Gray presented House Bill 19-1189 to the committee. The bill makes changes regarding the garnishment of a debtor's wages for the payment of debt.
06:56:13 PM  
Representative Gray distributed amendments L.003 and L.006 (Attachments O and P).
07:09:30 PM  
Makyla Moody, representing the Colorado Creditor's Bar Association, testified against the bill.
07:09:33 PM  
Rob Jump, representing himself, testified against the bill.
07:11:10 PM  
Deborah Wilson, representing the Colorado Creditor Bar Association, testified against the bill.
07:12:09 PM  
Jim Wolf, representing the Colorado Creditor's Bar Association, testified against the bill.
07:14:52 PM  
Ben Vinci, representing the Colorado Creditor's Bar Association, testified against the bill.
07:17:07 PM  
Mike Valentine, representing Arapahoe County, testified against the bill.
07:29:26 PM  
Annette Myrick, representing Arapahoe County, testified against the bill.
07:32:12 PM  
David Reid, representing the Receivables Management Association, testified against the bill.
07:35:28 PM  
Bob Connolly, representing the Colorado Center on Law and Policy, testified in support of the bill.
07:52:20 PM  
Jesus Loayza, representing Towards Justice, testified in support of the bill.
07:55:48 PM  
T.A. Taylor-Hunt, representing the National Association of Consumer Advocates, testified in support of the bill.
07:59:31 PM  
Aubrey Hasvold, representing the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, testified in support of the bill.
08:06:28 PM  
Abigail Negley, representing The Arc of Colorado, testified in support of the bill.
08:10:35 PM  
Jose Vasquez, representing Colorado Legal Services, testified in a neutral capacity on the bill.
08:11:35 PM  
Scott Allely, representing Associated Collections Agencies of Colorado, testified in a neutral capacity on the bill.
08:17:15 PM  
Jessica Deal, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.
08:17:59 PM  
Sara Lipowitz, representing the Colorado Center on Law and Policy, testified in support of the bill.
08:20:53 PM  

Valerie Schlecht, representing Colorado Cross Disability Coalition, testified in support of the bill.

08:23:30 PM  
Dan Vedra, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
08:25:16 PM  
The committee took a brief recess.
08:36:57 PM  
The committee reconvened.


08:42:57 PM
Motion Adopt amendment L.006 (Attachment P) to L.003 (Attachment O)
Moved Gray
Seconded Kennedy
Beckman
Benavidez
Bird
Bockenfeld
Gray
Rich
Sandridge
Snyder
Sullivan
Kennedy
Tipper
YES: 0   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  Pass Without Objection


08:43:11 PM
Motion Adopt amendment L.003 (Attachment O)
Moved Gray
Seconded Kennedy
Beckman
Benavidez
Bird
Bockenfeld
Gray
Rich
Sandridge
Snyder
Sullivan
Kennedy
Tipper
YES: 0   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  Pass Without Objection
08:43:12 PM  
Representatives Gray and A. Valdez wrapped up their presentation on the bill.


08:52:33 PM
Motion Refer House Bill 19-1189, as amended, to the Committee of the Whole.
Moved Gray
Seconded Snyder
Beckman No
Benavidez Yes
Bird Yes
Bockenfeld No
Gray Yes
Rich No
Sandridge No
Snyder Yes
Sullivan Yes
Kennedy Yes
Tipper Yes
Final YES: 7   NO: 4   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS






Pursuant to HJR20-1007, the Second Regular Session of the 72nd General Assembly is Temporarily Adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Monday, March 30, 2020. 

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