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FA3A6A625E8F0F57872587E300731E92 Hearing Summary


Date Feb 8, 2022      
Location Old State Library

HB22-1091 - Referred to House Appropriations

01:57:28 PM  
Representatives Soper and Weissman, prime sponsors, presented House Bill 22-1091, concerning the online availability of opinions issued by Colorado courts. Representative Soper explained the effect of the bill and discussed its need. Representative Weissman provided further input on the merits of the legislation. Representative Soper responded to questions regarding the state agency that will administer the programming impacted by the bill. Discussion ensued regarding how far back in time court opinions will be published under the bill, and the functionality of the website on which the court opinions will be published.
02:17:12 PM  
Thomas Neville, representing the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, testified in support of the bill.

Cameron Hill, representing Colorado Common Cause, testified in support of the bill.

Terry Scanlon, representing the Judicial Branch, testified in support of the bill.

02:23:07 PM  
No amendments were offered to HB 22-1091. Representatives Soper and Weissman provided closing remarks in support of the bill.

02:31:28 PM
Motion Refer House Bill 22-1091 to the Committee on Appropriations.
Moved Weissman
Seconded Woodrow
Bacon Yes
Benavidez Yes
Bockenfeld Yes
Carver Yes
Daugherty Yes
Luck Yes
Lynch Yes
Roberts Excused
Woodrow Yes
Tipper Excused
Weissman Yes
Final YES: 9   NO: 0   EXC: 2   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS

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