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h_bus_2017a_2017-03-02t13:32:10z1 Hearing Summary

Date: 03/02/2017

Location: LSB A

Final

BILL SUMMARY for SB17-001



HOUSE COMMITTEE ON BUSINESS AFFAIRS AND LABOR


Votes: View--> Action Taken:
Postpone Senate Bill 17-001 indefinitely. The moti

Refer Senate Bill 17-001 to the Committee of the W
PASS

FAIL







02:03 PM -- SB 17-001



Representative Neville introduced Senate Bill 17-001. The reengrossed bill requires that when a small business commits a first-time, minor violation of certain administrative rules, state agencies must notify the small business in writing of the violation, including steps needed to correct the violation, and give the small business 30 business days to address the violation.



Representative Neville responded to questions from the committee.



02:11 PM --
RJ Hicks, Colorado Motor Carriers Association, Green Industries of Colorado, Hispanic Contractors of Colorado, and Independent Electrical Contractors testified in support of the bill. Mr. Hicks responded to questions from the committee.



02:19 PM --
Kjersten Forseth, Colorado AFL-CIO, testified in opposition to the bill. Ms. Forseth responded to questions from the committee.



02:33 PM



Representative Neville responded to questions from the committee.



02:39 PM --
Tony Gagliardi, National Federal of Independent Business, testified in support of the bill.



02:43 PM --
Loren Furman, Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, testified in support of the bill.



02:45 PM



Mr. Gagliardi and Ms. Furman responded to questions from the committee.



02:55 PM --
Becky Long, Conservation Colorado, testified in opposition to the bill.



02:58 PM --
Tom Romola, Association Collection Agencies, testified in support of the bill.



03:04 PM --
Richard Weil, Colorado Restaurant Association, testified in support of the bill.



03:09 PM --
Mike Kopp, Colorado Concern, testified in support of the bill. Senator Kopp responded to questions from the committee.



03:27 PM --
Mark Thompson, Colorado Carpenters, testified in support of the bill.



03:32 PM --
Nicholas Colglazier, Colorado Competitive Council, testified in support of the bill.



03:35 PM



Representative Neville and committee members made closing remarks.

BILL: SB17-001
TIME: 03:50:23 PM
MOVED: Van Winkle
MOTION: Refer Senate Bill 17-001 to the Committee of the Whole. The motion failed on a vote of 6-7.
SECONDED: Nordberg
VOTE
Arndt
No
Coleman
No
Garnett
No
Gray
No
Navarro
Yes
Nordberg
Yes
Rosenthal
No
Sias
Yes
Thurlow
Yes
Van Winkle
Yes
Williams D.
Yes
Winter
No
Kraft-Tharp
No
YES: 6 NO: 7 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL


BILL: SB17-001
TIME: 03:51:38 PM
MOVED: Kraft-Tharp
MOTION: Postpone Senate Bill 17-001 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 7-5.
SECONDED: Garnett
VOTE
Arndt
Yes
Coleman
Yes
Garnett
Yes
Gray
Yes
Navarro
Excused
Nordberg
No
Rosenthal
Yes
Sias
No
Thurlow
No
Van Winkle
No
Williams D.
No
Winter
Yes
Kraft-Tharp
Yes
Final YES: 7 NO: 5 EXC: 1 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS







03:52 PM



The committee adjourned.










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