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H_PHC_2017A 02/21/2017 Committee Summary

Final

STAFF SUMMARY OF MEETING



HOUSE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH CARE & HUMAN SERVICES

Date: 02/21/2017
ATTENDANCE
Time: 01:32 PM to 03:06 PM
Catlin
X
Everett
X
Place: HCR 0107
Ginal
X
Hooton
X
This Meeting was called to order by
Landgraf
*
Representative Singer
Lewis
X
Liston
E
This Report was prepared by
Michaelson Jenet
X
Anne Wallace
Pabon
E
Pettersen
X
Ransom
X
Danielson
X
Singer
X
X = Present, E = Excused, A = Absent, * = Present after roll call
Bills Addressed: Action Taken:
HB17-1175

SB17-056
Amended, Referred to the Committee of the Whole

Amended, Referred to the Committee of the Whole





01:34 PM -- HB 17-1175



Representative Hooton, prime sponsor, presented House Bill 17-1175 to the committee. The bill requires barbers, hair stylists, cosmetologists, estheticians, and nail technicians to obtain one hour of domestic violence and sexual assault awareness training to qualify for the first renewal or reinstatement of a license after June 30, 2018. The bill does not subject these professions to mandatory reporting requirements. The director of the Division of Professions and Occupations in the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) must designate the training provider, may contract with a third-party to provide the training, and may determine other rules and training criteria as outlined in the bill. A handout (Attachment A) and amendment L.003 (Attachment B) were distributed to the committee.



170221 AttachA.pdf170221 AttachA.pdf170221 AttachB.pdf170221 AttachB.pdf



01:36 PM



Representative Hooton responded to questions from the committee regarding the bill.















01:41 PM



Erin Reynolds, Legislative Council Staff, came to the table to respond to questions from the committee regarding the fiscal note.



01:45 PM --
Lisa Huber, representing herself, testified in support of the bill. Ms. Huber responded to questions from the committee.



01:52 PM -- Lyndsay Wilson, Glamour Bar, testified in support of the bill. Ms. Wilson responded to questions from the committee. Representative Hooton commented on DORA's role in implementing the bill.



01:58 PM --
Jaycie Baca, Arapahoe Ridge High School, testified in support of the bill. Ms. Baca responded to questions from the committee.



01:59 PM --
Hailey Kennard, Arapahoe Ridge High School, testified in support of the bill. Ms. Kennard responded to questions from the committee. Representative Hooton noted that the bill does not require mandatory reporting.



02:04 PM -- Jeanette Hensley, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



02:07 PM --
Lydia Waligorski, Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence, testified in support of the bill. Ms. Waligorski responded to questions from the committee.



02:16 PM



Ms. Waligorski continued to respond to questions from the committee.



02:19 PM --
Tim Johnson, Twentieth District Attorney's Office, testified in support of the bill. Mr. Johnson responded to questions from the committee. Representative Hooton made clarifying comments.



02:29 PM



The committee continued to discuss the bill with Mr. Johnson and the bill sponsor.



02:37 PM --
Susan Motika, Boulder County Public Health, testified in support of the bill.





02:43 PM



Representative Hooton explained amendment L.003 (Attachment B) to the committee.

BILL: HB17-1175
TIME: 02:43:31 PM
MOVED: Hooton
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.003 (Attachment B). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Ginal
VOTE
Catlin
Everett
Ginal
Hooton
Landgraf
Lewis
Liston
Excused
Michaelson Jenet
Pabon
Excused
Pettersen
Ransom
Danielson
Singer
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 2 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection







02:44 PM



Representative Hooton gave concluding remarks on the bill. Committee members commented on the bill.

BILL: HB17-1175
TIME: 02:54:16 PM
MOVED: Hooton
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1175, as amended, to the Committee of the Whole. The motion passed on a vote of 6-4, with three excused.
SECONDED: Singer
VOTE
Catlin
No
Everett
No
Ginal
Yes
Hooton
Yes
Landgraf
Excused
Lewis
No
Liston
Excused
Michaelson Jenet
Yes
Pabon
Excused
Pettersen
Yes
Ransom
No
Danielson
Yes
Singer
Yes
Final YES: 6 NO: 4 EXC: 3 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS



02:59 PM -- SB 17-056



Representative Arndt, prime sponsor, presented Senate Bill 17-056 to the committee. The bill continues various reports submitted to the General Assembly by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), allows other reports to repeal, and adds future repeal dates for several others. The topic of these reports, and their status under the bill, are described below.



Reports to the General Assembly that continue indefinitely:

    • listing of suicide prevention programs and their effectiveness (Section 1);

    • health effects of marijuana (Section 2);

    • risk-adjusted health facility data (Section 3);

    • permits for discharge of pollutants into state waters (Section 6);

    • hazardous waste control (Section 7);

    • paint stewardship program (Section 9);

    • child fatality review recommendations (Section 11); and

    • solid waste management program (Section 14).

Reports to the General Assembly that are given a future repeal date:










    • comprehensive human sexuality education grants (Section 13) - report to the General Assembly continues annually through 2020.

    Reports to the General Assembly that are discontinued, but reporting to other agencies continues:

        • comprehensive hospital information system (Section 4) - CDPHE will continue to report to the Governor and post report on website;

        • continuing quality improvement system for emergency and trauma care (Section 5) - CDPHE will continue to provide information to trauma centers and ambulance service agencies;

        • Pollution Prevention Advisory Board annual report (Section 8) - the board will continue to report to the Department of Local Affairs, the CDPHE, and the Colorado Energy Office;

        • prevention, intervention, and treatment programs (Section 10) - CDPHE will continue to report to other state agencies and entities; and

        • Colorado Health Facilities Authority annual report (Section 12) - the authority will continue to report to the Governor.



      Amendment L.004 (Attachment C) was distributed to the committee.



      170221 AttachC.pdf170221 AttachC.pdf



      03:01 PM



      Kristin Forrestal, Office of Legislative Legal Services, came to the table to explain amendment L.004 (Attachment C) to the committee. Representative Arndt and Ms. Forrestal commented on the bill.











      03:03 PM



      No witnesses testified on this bill.

      BILL: SB17-056
      TIME: 03:04:11 PM
      MOVED: Ransom
      MOTION: Adopt amendment L.004 (Attachment C). The motion passed without objection.
      SECONDED: Everett
      VOTE
      Catlin
      Everett
      Ginal
      Hooton
      Landgraf
      Lewis
      Liston
      Excused
      Michaelson Jenet
      Pabon
      Excused
      Pettersen
      Ransom
      Danielson
      Singer
      YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 2 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection
      BILL: SB17-056
      TIME: 03:04:41 PM
      MOVED: Danielson
      MOTION: Refer Senate Bill 17-056, as amended, to the Committee of the Whole. The motion passed on a vote of 10-0, with three excused.
      SECONDED: Pettersen
      VOTE
      Catlin
      Yes
      Everett
      Yes
      Ginal
      Yes
      Hooton
      Yes
      Landgraf
      Excused
      Lewis
      Yes
      Liston
      Excused
      Michaelson Jenet
      Yes
      Pabon
      Excused
      Pettersen
      Yes
      Ransom
      Yes
      Danielson
      Yes
      Singer
      Yes
      Final YES: 10 NO: 0 EXC: 3 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS



      03:06 PM



      Representative Singer adjourned the meeting.


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