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D04E383A2CBF01CF8725895A0005EDE1 Hearing Summary




PUBLIC
BILL SUMMARY For HB23-1150

HOUSE COMMITTEE ON HEALTH & INSURANCE
Date Feb 17, 2023      
Location Old State Library



HB23-1150 - Postponed Indefinitely


06:04:47 PM  
Representative Bottoms,
prime bill sponsor, presented House Bill 23-1150 regarding providing information
on abortion pill reversal.
06:05:16 PM  
Arianna Morales,
representing New Era Colorado, testified in opposition to the bill.




Katherine Riley,
representing the Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive
Rights, testified in opposition to the bill.




Ms. Karina Hernandez,
representing Cobalt, testified in opposition to the bill.




Dr. Michael Belmonte,
representing themself, had testimony read in opposition to the bill.




Jack Teter, representing
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, testified in opposition to the
bill.




Dr. Rebecca Cohen,
representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:28:51 PM  
Ms. LaurelAnne Flahive,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Ms. LaDonna Robertson,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Lori Goebel, representing
themself, testified in support of the bill. She provided a packet of information
(Attachment F).




Ms. Daria Nichols,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Dr. Thomas Perille,
representing Democrats for Life of Colorado, testified in support of the
bill and distributed a handout to the committee (Attachment G).
06:38:46 PM  
Matthew Niedzielski,
representing Pikes Peak Citizens for Life, testified in support of the
bill.




Mrs. Kristy Neeley,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Mrs. Erin Meschke,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Ms. Kate Staub,
read a statement on behalf of Rebekah Hagan in support of the bill.




Greg Lopez, representing
themself, testified in support of the bill.
06:48:36 PM  
Trevor Malloy, representing themself, testified in support of the bill.
06:51:37 PM  
Mrs. Brittany Vessely,
representing the Colorado Catholic Conference, testified in support of
the bill.




Dr. Catherine
Wheeler, representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Marla Benavides,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Cindy Amos, representing
the Resource Center for Pregnancy and STD Support, testified in support
of the bill.




Emily Macfarlane,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.
07:00:28 PM  
Lauren Castillo,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Ms. Nicole Hunt,
representing Focus on the Family, testified in support of the bill.




Mrs. Tamra Axworthy,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Mrs. Christina
Wodiuk, representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Denise Chism,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Ms. Amy Mendoza,
representing themself, testified in support of the bill.




Dr. Perille read
testimony for Lenise Mellott testifying in support of the bill.




Written testimony
was submitted to the committee (Attachment H).
07:16:50 PM  
Representative Bottoms gave closing remarks on HB23-1150.
07:18:57 PM  
Members of the committee gave closing remarks on the bill.


07:22:57 PM
Motion Refer House Bill 23-1150 to the Committee on Appropriations.
Moved Bradfield
Seconded Soper
Bradfield Yes
Brown No
Garcia No
Lieder No
McCormick No
Ortiz No
Soper Yes
Titone No
Weinberg Yes
deGruy Kennedy No
Daugherty No
YES: 3   NO: 8   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  FAIL


07:23:25 PM
Motion Postpone House Bill 23-1150 indefinitely using a reversal of the previous roll call. There was no objection to the use of the reverse roll call, therefore, the bill was postponed indefinitely.
Moved deGruy Kennedy
Seconded Ortiz
Bradfield No
Brown Yes
Garcia Yes
Lieder Yes
McCormick Yes
Ortiz Yes
Soper No
Titone Yes
Weinberg No
deGruy Kennedy Yes
Daugherty Yes
Final YES: 8   NO: 3   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS






The effective date for bills enacted without a safety clause is August 7, 2024, if the General Assembly adjourns sine die on May 8, 2024, unless otherwise specified. Details