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5637F73660CE5A77872583A7005DDA1F Hearing Summary




PUBLIC
BILL SUMMARY For SB19-137

SENATE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
Date Feb 20, 2019      
Location SCR 352



SB19-137 - Referred to Senate Finance


10:05:08 AM  

Senators Todd and Crowder, co-sponsors, presented Senate Bill 18-137 which concerns extending the Colorado Student Leaders Institute (COSLI).

10:09:01 AM  

The following people testified on the bill:

10:09:09 AM  

Isabella McCarty, representing herself as a COSLI student, spoke in support of the bill.

10:12:41 AM  

Emma Logan, representing herself as a COSLI student, spoke in support of the bill.  

10:14:45 AM  

The previous two witnesses answered questions from the committee.

10:16:13 AM  

Austin Chavez, representing himself as a former COSLI student, spoke in support of the bill.

10:19:44 AM  

Celeste Archer, Executive Direcotr of COSLI, spoke in support of the bill and answered questions from the committee.  She distributed several handouts about the program (Attachments A through C), as well as written testimony from three COSLI students (Attachments D through F).

10:31:36 AM  

Hagan Archer, representing himself as a COSLI student, spoke in support of the bill.

10:35:15 AM  

Ezekiel Coventry, representing himself as a COSLI student, spoke in support of the bill.

10:37:47 AM  

Charlie Grow, representing himself as a COSLI student, spoke in support of the bill.

10:40:15 AM  

Matt Kaspari, member of the Friends of COSLI Board, spoke in support of the bill.

10:41:35 AM  

Former Senator Andy Kerr, representing himself, spoke in support of the bill.

10:44:01 AM  
The co-sponsors provided closing comments on the bill.


10:47:45 AM
Motion Refer Senate Bill 19-137 to the Committee on Finance.
Moved Todd
Seconded
Bridges Yes
Hill Yes
Lundeen Yes
Story Yes
Todd Yes
Final YES: 5   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS






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