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h_sa_2017a_2017-02-08t13:35:25z0 Hearing Summary

Date: 02/08/2017

Location: RM 271

Final

BILL SUMMARY for HB17-1036



HOUSE COMMITTEE ON STATE, VETERANS, & MILITARY AFFAIRS


Votes: View--> Action Taken:
Postpone House Bill 17-1036 indefinitely. The moti

Refer House Bill 17-1036 to the Committee on Appro
PASS

FAIL







01:36 PM -- HB17-1036



Representative Neville and Representative Ransom, co-prime bill sponsors, presented House Bill 17-1036. The bill allows a person with a concealed carry permit to carry a concealed handgun on the property of a public elementary, middle, junior high, or high school. Representative Neville and Representative Ransom answered questions from the committee.



02:01 PM --
Dan Murphy, Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, testified in support of the bill. Mr. Murphy answered question from the committee.



02:04 PM --
Amie Baca-Oehlert, Colorado Education Association, testified in opposition to the bill. Ms. Baca-Oehlert answered questions from the committee.



02:22 PM -- John Hall, representing himself, testified in support of the bill. Mr. Hall answered questions from the committee.



02:33 PM --
Tom Mauser, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill.



02:38 PM --
Jenna Ellis, representing herself, testified in support of the bill. Ms. Ellis answered questions from the committee.



02:53 PM --
Julie Meyers, Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, testified in opposition to the bill. Ms. Meyers answered questions from the committee.



02:57 PM --
David Kopel, representing himself, testified in support of the bill. Mr. Kopel answered questions from the committee.



03:12 PM --
Dr. JoAnn Ota Fujioka, Colorado PTA, testified in opposition to the bill.



03:15 PM --
Travis Couture-Lovelady, National Rifle Association, testified in support of the bill.



03:18 PM --
Jane Dougherty, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill. She provided a handout to the committee (Attachment A). Ms. Dougherty responded to comments from Representative Benavidez.



17HouseState0208AttachA.pdf17HouseState0208AttachA.pdf



03:24 PM --
Tina Francone, representing herself, testified in support of the bill. Ms. Francone answered questions from the committee.



03:29 PM --
Kem Foltz, Safe Campus Colorado, testified in opposition to the bill. Mr. Foltz answered questions from the committee.



03:35 PM --
Robert Edmiston, Firearms Coalition of Colorado, testified in support of the bill. He provided three handouts to the committee (Attachments B, C, and D). He answered questions from the committee.



17HouseState0208AttachB.pdf17HouseState0208AttachB.pdf 17HouseState0208AttachC.pdf17HouseState0208AttachC.pdf



17HouseState0208AttachD.pdf17HouseState0208AttachD.pdf



03:40 PM --
Richard Williams, Mothers for Actions, testified in opposition to the bill. Mr. Williams answered question from the committee.



03:44 PM --
Marcy Freeburg, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



03:49 PM --
Allison Meier, Padres & Jovenes Unidos, testified in opposition to the bill.



03:51 PM --
Phil Ross, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



03:55 PM --
Carly Dougherty, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.



03:58 PM --
Michael McGuire, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:03 PM --
Jean Grattet, League of Women Voters of Colorado, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:07 PM --
Eileen McCarron, Colorado Ceasefire, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:11 PM --
Andrew Rosen, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill. Mr. Rosen answered questions from the committee.



04:21 PM --
Jordan Johnson, representing herself, testified in support of the bill. Ms. Johnson answered questions from the committee.



04:24 PM --
Scott Lynch, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:27 PM --
Dawn Reinfeld, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:28 PM --
Marnie Kamensky, Colorado Ceasefire, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:35 PM --
Eleanor Cabell, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill. Ms. Cabell answered questions from the committee.



04:44 PM -- Dorean Lancaster, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:45 PM -- Tangi Lancaster, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:49 PM --
K'Sai Lancaster, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:52 PM -- Robin Vidimos, representing herself, testified in opposition to House Bill 17-1036, House Bill 17-1037, and House Bill 17-1097.



04:54 PM --
Wayne Laws, Colorado Faith Communities United to End Gun Violence, testified in opposition to the bill.



04:58 PM --
Mary Parker, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.



05:02 PM --
Beverly Bunker, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.



05:06 PM --
Rachel Barnes, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.



05:09 PM --
Bruce Glenn, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill.



05:12 PM --
Helen Kamin, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.



05:16 PM --
Don Macalady, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill. He provided a copy of his testimony to the committee (Attachment E).



17HouseState0208AttachE.pdf17HouseState0208AttachE.pdf



05:21 PM --
Jacqui Shumway, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill. Ms. Shumway answered questions from the committee.





05:28 PM



Written testimony from Audrey Wilcox was submitted for the record (Attachment F). Representative Ransom and Representative Neville made concluding remarks on the bill. Committee members commented on the bill.



17HouseState0208AttachF.pdf17HouseState0208AttachF.pdf

BILL: HB17-1036
TIME: 05:52:19 PM
MOVED: Humphrey
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1036 to the Committee on Appropriations. The motion failed on a vote of 3-6.
SECONDED: Leonard
VOTE
Benavidez
No
Hooton
No
Humphrey
Yes
Leonard
Yes
Melton
No
Weissman
No
Williams D.
Yes
Lontine
No
Foote
No
YES: 3 NO: 6 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL




BILL: HB17-1036
TIME: 05:53:30 PM
MOVED: Melton
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 17-1036 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 6-3.
SECONDED: Lontine
VOTE
Benavidez
Yes
Hooton
Yes
Humphrey
No
Leonard
No
Melton
Yes
Weissman
Yes
Williams D.
No
Lontine
Yes
Foote
Yes
Final YES: 6 NO: 3 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS







05:54 PM



The committee recessed.








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