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D930DF72B18A35CE87258AFC007B22FF Hearing Summary




PUBLIC
BILL SUMMARY For HB24-1174

SENATE COMMITTEE ON STATE, VETERANS, & MILITARY AFFAIRS
Date Apr 11, 2024      
Location Old Supreme Court



HB24-1174 - Referred to the Committee of the Whole


04:25:01 PM  
The committee took a recess.
04:37:16 PM  
The committee came
back to order.
04:38:17 PM  
Senator Mullica,
bill sponsor, presented House Bill 24-1174. The bill requires county sheriffs
to verify concealed handgun training instructors and sets criteria for
concealed handgun classes and permits.
04:39:03 PM  
Eileen McCarron,
representing Colorado Ceasefire Legislative Action , testified in support
of the bill. Susan Hahn, representing Colorado Faith Communities United
to End Gun Violence, testified in support of the bill. Jane Dougherty,
representing Moms Demand Action, testified in support of the bill. Julie
Ort, representing themself, testified in support of the bill. The committee
asked questions to the panel.
04:47:52 PM  
Edgar Antillon, representing Guns For Everyone, testified in opposition to the bill. Rob Pincus, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Keith Emerson, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Ava Flanell, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill. The committee asked questions to the panel.
05:05:36 PM  
Kathryn Ruud, representing
themself, testified in support of the bill. Kathy Hagen, representing themself,
testified in support of the bill. Ruth Hund, representing themself, testified
in support of the bill. Corban Miller, representing themself, testified
in support of the bill.
05:14:52 PM  
Ben Reynolds, representing
Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, testified in opposition to the bill. Jeremiah
Bagula, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Alicia
Garcia, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Huey
Laugesen, representing the Colorado State Shooting Association, testified
in opposition to the bill.
05:22:57 PM  
Kelly Murphy, representing themself, testified in support of the bill. Marcella Schieffelin, representing themself, testified to amend the bill. Walter Heidenfield, representing themself, testified in a neutral position on the bill. The committee asked questions to the panel.
05:37:52 PM  
Ronald Dietz, representing
themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Nathaniel Gipe, representing
themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Carol Riggenbach, representing
Citizens of House District 62, testified in opposition to the bill. Brett
Kahn, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill.
05:47:57 PM  
Billy Baxter, representing
Fieldcraft LLC, testified in opposition to the bill. Hope Scheppelman,
representing the Colorado Republican Party, testified in opposition to
the bill. Andrew Lucas, representing themself, testified in opposition
to the bill. Tyler Peters, representing Patriot Rebellion, testified in
opposition to the bill.
05:56:18 PM  
Barbara Miller, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Derek Brown, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Charles Baker, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Seth Stern, representing themself, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:06:51 PM  
Aaron Lewis, representing
themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Mark Olson, representing
themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Dr. M. Rice, representing
themself, testified in opposition to the bill. Boyd Lilly, representing
themself, testified in opposition to the bill.




Written testimony
can be found in Attachment E.
06:15:49 PM  
The bill sponsor gave final remarks. The committee gave final remarks.


06:22:25 PM
Motion Refer House Bill 24-1174 to the Committee of the Whole.
Moved Sullivan
Seconded
Baisley No
Hansen Yes
Liston No
Sullivan Yes
Coleman Yes
Final YES: 3   NO: 2   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS






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