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h_sa_2016a_2016-04-18t13:33:59z1 Hearing Summary

Date: 04/18/2016



Final

BILL SUMMARY for SB16-160



HOUSE COMMITTEE ON STATE, VETERANS, & MILITARY AFFAIRS


Votes: View--> Action Taken:
Postpone Senate Bill 16-160 indefinitely. The mot

Refer Senate Bill 16-160 to the Committee of the W
PASS

FAIL







02:01 PM -- SB16-160



Representative Lundeen, sponsor, presented Senate Bill 16-160 to the committee. This bill clarifies that the state possesses the jurisdictional right to take action on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) or U.S. Forest Service (USFS) lands where the federal government has not reserved exclusive jurisdiction. Action can be taken by the state on its own behalf or on the behalf of a political subdivision such as a local government when conditions adversely affect or pose a clear imminent danger to the life, public health, and safety of residents.



Committee members discussed the bill with Representative Lundeen.



02:08 PM --
Steve Bonowski, representing Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship, testified against the bill and responded to committee member questions.



02:14 PM --
Jerald Schnabel, representing the Transit Mix quarry, testified in support of the bill and responded to committee member questions.



02:20 PM --
Tyler Baskfield, representing Trout Unlimited, testified against the bill and responded to committee member questions.



02:27 PM --
Jim Beicker, Fremont County Sheriff representing the County Sheriffs of Colorado, testified in support of the bill and responded to committee member questions.



02:43 PM --
Pete Blume, representing himself, testified against the bill and responded to committee member questions.



02:51 PM --
Representative Lundeen read a letter from Brandon Siegfried, representing the Public Lands Access Association, in support of the bill (Attachment B).



16HouseState0418AttachB.pdf16HouseState0418AttachB.pdf



02:54 PM --
Fred Cheever, representing himself, testified against the bill and responded to committee member questions.



03:02 PM --
Scott Braden, representing Conservation Colorado, testified against the bill.





03:06 PM



Representative Lundeen wrapped up his presentation of the bill.



Committee members commented on the bill.

BILL: SB16-160
TIME: 03:14:00 PM
MOVED: Humphrey
MOTION: Refer Senate Bill 16-160 to the Committee of the Whole. The motion failed on a vote of 4-5.
SECONDED: Neville P.
VOTE
Foote
No
Humphrey
Yes
Leonard
Yes
Neville P.
Yes
Primavera
No
Tyler
No
Wist
Yes
Lontine
No
Ryden
No
YES: 4 NO: 5 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL




BILL: SB16-160
TIME: 03:15:21 PM
MOVED: Lontine
MOTION: Postpone Senate Bill 16-160 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 5-4.
SECONDED: Foote
VOTE
Foote
Yes
Humphrey
No
Leonard
No
Neville P.
No
Primavera
Yes
Tyler
Yes
Wist
No
Lontine
Yes
Ryden
Yes
Final YES: 5 NO: 4 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS














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