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h_tra_2017a_2017-03-22t14:17:13z0 Hearing Summary

Date: 03/22/2017

Location: HCR 0112

Final

BILL SUMMARY for HB17-1242



HOUSE COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION & ENERGY


Votes: View--> Action Taken:
Adopt amendment L.001 (Attachment V). The motion p

Adopt amendment L.002 (Attachment P). The motion p

Adopt amendment L.003 (Attachment W). The motion p

Adopt amendment L.005 (Attachment Y). The motion p

Adopt amendment L.007 (Attachment Z). The motion p

Adopt amendment L.008 (Attachment GG). The motion

Adopt amendment L.013 (Attachment DD). The motion

Adopt amendment L.017 (Attachment FF). The motion

Adopt amendment L.018 (Attachment EE). The amendme

Adopt amendment L.029 (Attachment AA). The motion

Adopt amendment L.043 (Attachment BB). The motion

Adopt amendment L.044 (Attachment CC). The motion

Adopt amendment L.045 (Attachment Q) The motion pa

Adopt amendment L.046 (Attachment R). The motion p

Adopt amendment L.047 (Attachment X). The motion p

Adopt amendment L.048 (Attachment S). The motion p

Adopt amendment L.060 (Attachment T). The motion p

Adopt amendment L.061 (Attachment U). The motion p

Refer House Bill 17-1242, as amended, to the Commi
Pass Without Objection

Pass Without Objection

PASS

Pass Without Objection

Pass Without Objection

FAIL

Pass Without Objection

FAIL



Pass Without Objection

Pass Without Objection

Pass Without Objection

Pass Without Objection

Pass Without Objection

PASS

Pass Without Objection

PASS

PASS

PASS







02:17 PM -- HB 17-1242



Speaker Duran and Representative Mitsch Bush introduced House Bill 17-1242. The bill refers a ballot question to voters at the November 2017 election. All other portions of the bill are conditional upon voter approval of the ballot question. If voters approve the ballot question, the bill makes a number of changes to state transportation funding. These are described in the following paragraphs.



Transportation revenue anticipation notes. The bill authorizes the executive director of the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to issue transportation revenue anticipation notes (TRANs). The sale value of the TRANs must not exceed $3.5 billion, and the repayment cost must not exceed $5.0 billion. The term of the debt service is limited to 20 years. Proceeds from the sale of TRANs are credited to the State Highway Fund (SHF) and used exclusively to pay for transportation projects, including multimodal capital projects, selected by the Transportation Commission. The bill requires CDOT to furnish its most recent project list to Legislative Council Staff (LCS) for inclusion in the ballot information booklet ("Blue Book") sent to voters before the election. Prior to the issuance of TRANs, the Transportation Commission is required to adopt a resolution specifying the revenue sources that will be used for debt service payments. The first $50.0 million in annual debt service obligations must be paid from SHF revenue that the commission controls under current law. Any outstanding amount is paid first from newly allocated sales and use tax revenue.



Sales and use tax increase. The bill increases the state sales and use tax rates by 0.62 percentage points, from 2.90 percent to 3.52 percent, between January 1, 2018, and December 31, 2037. Revenue is diverted from the General Fund to the Highway Users Tax Fund (HUTF) and a newly created Multimodal Transportation Options Fund as follows:

      • $300 million to the HUTF to be allocated to the SHF for TRANs repayment; and of the remainder:
            • 70 percent to the HUTF to be allocated to counties and municipalities for transportation projects; and
            • 30 percent to the Multimodal Transportation Options Fund to be used for grants for multimodal transportation projects, including pedestrian and active transportation projects.



State Highway Fund share. From new sales and use tax revenue, the bill diverts $300 million annually to the HUTF for allocation to the SHF. This amount is required to be used for TRANs repayment. The first $50 million of any amount remaining must be reserved for rapid response maintenance necessitated by natural disasters or unexpected infrastructure failures. Any amount remaining after debt service costs and the rapid response reserve may be expended for transportation projects, including multimodal capital projects, that are on CDOT's priority list for transportation funding and for maintenance of state highways.



Local government share. The bill diverts 70 percent of new sales and use tax revenue remaining after the SHF share to the HUTF for allocation to local governments. Half of this revenue is disbursed to counties following the current statutory distribution formula for county HUTF allocations. The other half is disbursed to municipalities following their current statutory distribution formula. Funds may be used by local governments for transportation projects in the same way that current HUTF distributions are utilized.



Multimodal projects share. The bill diverts 30 percent of new sales and use tax revenue remaining after the SHF share to a newly created Multimodal Transportation Options Fund. This fund is comprised of two accounts:

      • the Transportation Options Account, which is administered by the newly created Multimodal Transportation Options Committee; and
      • the Pedestrian and Active Transportation Account, which is administered by the Transportation Commission.



No more than 75 percent of the funding in the Multimodal Transportation Options Fund may be paid to the Transportation Options Account, and no less than 25 percent of the funding may be paid to the Pedestrian and Active Transportation Account.



Road safety surcharge. For 2018 through 2037, the bill reduces the road safety surcharge, an annual vehicle registration fee, as follows:

      • the fee for motorcycles and vehicles weighing up to 2,000 lbs is reduced from $16 to $6;
      • the fee for vehicles weighing between 2,000 lbs and 5,000 lbs is reduced from $23 to $9;
      • the fee for vehicles weighing between 5,000 lbs and 10,000 lbs is reduced from $28 to $11; and
      • the fees for vehicles weighing more than 10,000 lbs are unchanged.



Under current law, surcharge revenue is deposited in the HUTF and allocated in shares of 60 percent to the SHF, 22 percent to counties, and 18 percent to municipalities. The bill eliminates the state share of this revenue, allocating the full surcharge in proportionate shares of 55 percent to counties and 45 percent to municipalities.



Senate Bill 09-228 transfers. The bill repeals the outstanding SB09-228 transfers of General Fund revenue to the HUTF. Transfers to the HUTF are repealed for FY 2017-18 through FY 2019-20. Transfers to the Capital Construction Fund are unaffected.



Multimodal Transportation Options Commission. The bill creates the Multimodal Transportation Options Committee in CDOT. This committee is responsible for allocating funds from the Transportation Options Account of the Multimodal Transportation Options Fund. To this end, the committee is responsible for developing a formula to allocate money among regions of the state, providing supervision and guidance to the Division of Transit and Rail in CDOT in its solicitation and evaluation of transportation options projects, determining which transportation options projects receive funding, and proposing programs for transportation options service to low-income Coloradans. Grants for projects receiving funding from the Transportation Options Account must be matched at 50 percent. The committee is comprised of 11 members, including the executive director of CDOT or a designee and 10 gubernatorial appointees. Appointees serve without compensation but receive travel and expense reimbursements.



TRANs Citizen Oversight Committee. The bill creates the Transportation Revenue Anticipation Notes Citizen Oversight Committee to oversee expenditures from TRANs proceeds and any additional sales and use tax revenue allocated to the SHF and used by CDOT. The committee will meet at least four times per year to ensure that funds not otherwise pledged for debt service are used only for transportation projects that are on CDOT's priority list for transportation funding and for maintenance of state highways. The committee is comprised of 14 members including 8 members appointed by leadership in the House and Senate and 6 members appointed by the Governor. The members of the committee represent various stakeholders in transportation policy. Members serve without compensation or reimbursement. The committee will report annually to the Transportation Legislation Review Committee.



Speaker Duran and Representative Mitsch Bush answered several committee questions. They distributed two maps (Attachments A and B), two letters of support (Attachments C and D), and a fiscal table (Attachment E) to the committee.



Attachment A and B.pdfAttachment A and B.pdf170322 AttachC.pdf170322 AttachC.pdf170322 AttachD.pdf170322 AttachD.pdf170322 AttachE.pdf170322 AttachE.pdf



02:36 PM -- Commissioner Debbie Bell, representing Fremont County and Action 22, testified in support of the bill.



02:38 PM -- Commissioner Phil Chamberland, representing Gunnison County and Club 20, testified in support of the bill.



02:41 PM -- Commissioner Sal Pace, representing Pueblo County and the Southwest Chief Commission, testified in support of the bill. He responded to several committee questions.



02:51 PM -- Mr. Dennis Larratt, representing himself, testified against the bill.



02:55 PM -- Mr. Jeff Wasden, representing the Colorado Business Roundtable, testified from a neutral position on the bill.



02:58 PM -- Mayor Mark Williams, representing the City of Arvada, testified in support of the bill.



03:01 PM -- Mayor Laura Christman, representing the City of Cherry Hills Village, testified in support of the bill.



03:03 PM -- Mayor Marjorie Sloan, representing the City of Golden, testified in support of the bill.



03:07 PM -- Ms. Emma Pinter, representing the City of Westminster, testified in support of the bill.



03:10 PM -- Mr. Greg Fulton, representing the Colorado Motor Carriers Association, testified in support of the bill with several amendments.



03:15 PM -- Mr. Mark Bradley, representing himself, testified against the bill.



03:20 PM -- Mr. Jon Moellenberg, representing RBC Capital Markets, came to table to answer committee questions regarding bonding.



03:20 PM -- Mr. Mike Johnson, representing Kutak Rock LLP, came to the table to answer committee questions regarding bonding.



03:32 PM -- Ms. Kelly Brough, representing the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Colorado Competitive Council, and the Denver Economic Council, testified in support of the bill with several amendments.



03:37 PM -- Mayor Herb Atchinson, representing Impact 64 and the Denver Regional Council of Governments, testified in support of the bill.



03:40 PM -- Mayor Heidi Williams, representing the City of Thornton, testified in support of the bill.



03:42 PM -- Mayor Randy Ahrens, representing the City and County of Broomfield and the US 36 Mayors & Commissioners Commission, testified in support of the bill.



03:46 PM -- Mayor Cathy Noon, representing the City of Centennial, testified in support of the bill.



03:51 PM -- Director Shailen Bhatt, representing CDOT, testified in support of the bill. He responded to several committee questions.



04:25 PM --
Commissioner Tim Mauck, representing Clear Creek County, testified in support of the bill and presented two handouts (Attachments F and G).



170322 AttachF.pdf170322 AttachF.pdf170322 AttachG.pdf170322 AttachG.pdf



04:28 PM --
Former Representative J Paul Brown, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



04:31 PM --
Former Representative Max Tyler, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.



04:35 PM -- Mr. Joe Kiley, representing the Limon Town Council, the Ports to Plains Alliance, and Progressive 15, testified in support of the bill. He distributed two handouts to the committee (Attachments H and I).



170322 AttachH.pdf170322 AttachH.pdf170322 AttachI.pdf170322 AttachI.pdf



04:38 PM -- Ms. Anne Howe, representing Fix I-25 Now!, testified against the bill.



04:42 PM -- Ms. Jessica Yates, representing Commuting Solutions, testified in support of the bill.



04:46 PM -- Ms. Christian Reece, representing Club 20, testified in support of the bill. She distributed a handout to the committee (Attachment J).



170322 AttachJ.pdf170322 AttachJ.pdf



04:49 PM -- Mr. Ivor Hill, representing Action 22, testified in support of the bill.



04:51 PM -- Mr. Ed Embury, representing himself, testified against the bill. He distributed a hard copy of his remarks to the committee (Attachment K).



170322 AttachK.pdf170322 AttachK.pdf



04:55 PM -- Ms. Monica Martinez-Vargas, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.



05:02 PM -- Ms. Dianne Criswell, representing the Colorado Municipal League, testified in support of the bill. She distributed a handout to the committee (Attachment L).



170322 AttachL.pdf170322 AttachL.pdf



05:06 PM -- Mr. Eric Bergman, representing Colorado Counties Inc, testified in support of the bill.



05:10 PM -- Mr. Rich Werner, representing Upstate Colorado Economic Development, testified in support of the bill with amendments.



05:14 PM -- Mr. Don Shawcroft, representing the Colorado Farm Bureau, testified in support of the bill.



05:15 PM --
Mr. Chris Linsmayer, representing Colorado Ski Country USA, testified in support of the bill.



05:17 PM -- Ms. Tanya Kelly Bowry, representing the University of Colorado system, testified in support of the bill.



05:18 PM -- Mr. Brendan McGuire, representing Vail Resorts, testified in support of the bill.



05:27 PM -- Mr. Lance Waddill, representing himself, testified against the bill.



05:33 PM -- Mr. Chris Romer, representing the Vail Valley Partnership, testified in support of the bill.



05:37 PM -- Ms. Marilen Reimer, representing the American Council of Engineering Contractors of Colorado, testified in support of the bill.



05:39 PM -- Ms. Loren Furman, representing the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, testified in support of the bill.



05:41 PM -- Mr. Tony Milo, representing the Colorado Contractors Association, Move Colorado, and the Associated General Contractors of Colorado, testified in support of the bill.



05:52 PM -- Ms. Sandra Solin, representing the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance and Fix Colorado Roads, testified in support of the bill with amendments.



06:01 PM -- Mr. Will Tour, representing the Southwestern Energy Efficiency Project, testified in support of the bill.



06:04 PM -- Mr. Chris Stiffler, representing the Colorado Fiscal Institute, testified in support the bill with amendments.



06:07 PM -- Mr. Dan Blankenship, representing the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, testified in support of the bill. He distributed a handout to the committee (Attachment M).



170322 AttachM.pdf170322 AttachM.pdf



06:10 PM -- Ms. Anne Rajewski, representing the Colorado Association of Transit Agencies, testified in support of the bill. She answered several committee questions.



06:12 PM -- Ms. Kathleen Osher, representing the Transit Alliance, testified in support of the bill.



06:28 PM --
Ms. Patrica Ziegler, representing Connections for Independent Living, testified in support of the bill.



06:31 PM --
Mr. Michael Stevens, Connections for Independent Living, testified in support of the bill.



06:34 PM --
Mr. Dirk Draper, representing the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development Commission, testified in support of the bill with amendments. He answered several committee questions.



06:44 PM -- Ms. Tina McDonald, representing the Colorado Cross Disability Colation, testified in support of the bill.



06:49 PM -- Mr. Tom Tobiassen, representing Bicycle Aurora, testified in support of the bill.



06:51 PM -- Mr. Dany Katz, representing the Colorado Public Interest Research Group, testified in support of the bill.



06:52 PM -- Ms. Jill Locantore, representing Walk Denver, testified in support of the bill.



06:55 PM -- Ms. Doris Rollins, representing the Castle Rock Senior Center, testified in support of the bill. She distributed a handout to the committee (Attachment N).



170322 AttachN.pdf170322 AttachN.pdf



07:00 PM -- Mr. James Souby, representing the Colorado Rail Passengers Association, testified in support of the bill.



07:04 PM -- Mr. Emzy Veazy III, representing himself, testified from a neutral position.



07:10 PM -- Ms. Julie George, representing LiveWell Colorado, testified in support of the bill.



07:13 PM -- Mr. Kevin Williams, representing BBC Research and Consulting, testified in support of the bill.



07:16 PM -- Ms. Wave Dreher, representing AAA Colorado, testified in support of the bill with amendments.



07:19 PM -- Ms. Jan Douglas, representing the Sierra Club of Colorado, testified in support of the bill.



07:23 PM



The committee received a packet from persons unable to testify in person (Attachment O).



170322 AttachO.pdf170322 AttachO.pdf



07:24 PM



The committee recessed.



07:37 PM



The committee came back to order.

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 07:38:01 PM
MOVED: Mitsch Bush
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.002 (Attachment P). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachP.pdf170322 AttachP.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 07:39:10 PM
MOVED: Mitsch Bush
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.045 (Attachment Q) The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachQ.pdf170322 AttachQ.pdf



07:39 PM -- Mr. Jason Gelender, Legislative Legal Services, came to the table to answer a committee question.

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 07:41:12 PM
MOVED: Mitsch Bush
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.046 (Attachment R). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachR.pdf170322 AttachR.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 07:42:49 PM
MOVED: Mitsch Bush
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.048 (Attachment S). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Ginal
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachS.pdf170322 AttachS.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 07:48:02 PM
MOVED: Mitsch Bush
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.060 (Attachment T). The motion passed on a vote of 8-5.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
No
Bridges
Yes
Buck
No
Carver
No
Esgar
Yes
Ginal
Yes
Hansen
Yes
Jackson
Yes
Lawrence
No
McLachlan
Yes
Nordberg
No
Winter
Yes
Mitsch Bush
Yes
YES: 8 NO: 5 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS





170322 AttachT.pdf170322 AttachT.pdf



08:06 PM -- Mr. David Foster, representing Foster, Graham, Milstein & Calisher, LLP, came to the table to answer committee questions.

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:08:12 PM
MOVED: Mitsch Bush
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.061 (Attachment U). The motion passed on a vote of 8-5.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
No
Bridges
Yes
Buck
No
Carver
No
Esgar
Yes
Ginal
Yes
Hansen
Yes
Jackson
Yes
Lawrence
No
McLachlan
Yes
Nordberg
No
Winter
Yes
Mitsch Bush
Yes
YES: 8 NO: 5 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS



170322 AttachU.pdf170322 AttachU.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:13:49 PM
MOVED: Bridges
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.001 (Attachment V). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Hansen
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachV.pdf170322 AttachV.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:15:26 PM
MOVED: Winter
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.003 (Attachment W). The motion passed on a vote of 8-5.
SECONDED: Hansen
VOTE
Becker J.
No
Bridges
Yes
Buck
No
Carver
No
Esgar
Yes
Ginal
Yes
Hansen
Yes
Jackson
Yes
Lawrence
No
McLachlan
Yes
Nordberg
No
Winter
Yes
Mitsch Bush
Yes
YES: 8 NO: 5 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS



170322 AttachW.pdf170322 AttachW.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:17:28 PM
MOVED: Ginal
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.047 (Attachment X). The motion passed on a vote of 9-4.
SECONDED: Winter
VOTE
Becker J.
No
Bridges
Yes
Buck
No
Carver
No
Esgar
Yes
Ginal
Yes
Hansen
Yes
Jackson
Yes
Lawrence
No
McLachlan
Yes
Nordberg
Yes
Winter
Yes
Mitsch Bush
Yes
YES: 9 NO: 4 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS



170322 AttachX.pdf170322 AttachX.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:26:16 PM
MOVED: Ginal
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.005 (Attachment Y). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachY.pdf170322 AttachY.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:31:24 PM
MOVED: Esgar
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.007 (Attachment Z). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Hansen
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachZ.pdf170322 AttachZ.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:32:48 PM
MOVED: Jackson
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.029 (Attachment AA). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachAA.pdf170322 AttachAA.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:34:20 PM
MOVED: McLachlan
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.043 (Attachment BB). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachBB.pdf170322 AttachBB.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:36:55 PM
MOVED: McLachlan
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.044 (Attachment CC). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 AttachCC.pdf170322 AttachCC.pdf



08:41 PM



The committee recessed.



08:45 PM



The committee came back to order.

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:45:44 PM
MOVED: Becker J.
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.013 (Attachment DD). The motion passed without objection.
SECONDED: Buck
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: Pass Without Objection



170322 Attach DD.pdf170322 Attach DD.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 08:46:31 PM
MOVED: Lawrence
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.018 (Attachment EE). The amendment was withdrawn.
SECONDED:
VOTE
Becker J.
Bridges
Buck
Carver
Esgar
Ginal
Hansen
Jackson
Lawrence
McLachlan
Nordberg
Winter
Mitsch Bush
YES: 0 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION:



170322 AttachEE.pdf170322 AttachEE.pdf



08:54 PM



The committee recessed.



08:55 PM



The committee came back to order.



09:02 PM



The committee recessed.



09:07 PM



The committee came back to order.

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 09:07:59 PM
MOVED: Becker J.
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.017 (Attachment FF). The motion failed on a vote of 6-7.
SECONDED: Buck
VOTE
Becker J.
Yes
Bridges
No
Buck
Yes
Carver
Yes
Esgar
No
Ginal
No
Hansen
No
Jackson
No
Lawrence
Yes
McLachlan
Yes
Nordberg
Yes
Winter
No
Mitsch Bush
No
YES: 6 NO: 7 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL



170322 AttachFF.pdf170322 AttachFF.pdf

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 09:09:25 PM
MOVED: Buck
MOTION: Adopt amendment L.008 (Attachment GG). The motion failed on a vote of 5-8.
SECONDED: Becker J.
VOTE
Becker J.
Yes
Bridges
No
Buck
Yes
Carver
Yes
Esgar
No
Ginal
No
Hansen
No
Jackson
No
Lawrence
Yes
McLachlan
No
Nordberg
Yes
Winter
No
Mitsch Bush
No
YES: 5 NO: 8 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: FAIL



170322 AttachGG.pdf170322 AttachGG.pdf



09:12 PM



Speaker Duran and Representative Mitsch Bush gave some closing remarks on the bill.

BILL: HB17-1242
TIME: 09:31:59 PM
MOVED: Mitsch Bush
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1242, as amended, to the Committee on Finance. The motion passed on a vote of 8-5.
SECONDED: Esgar
VOTE
Becker J.
No
Bridges
Yes
Buck
No
Carver
No
Esgar
Yes
Ginal
Yes
Hansen
Yes
Jackson
Yes
Lawrence
No
McLachlan
Yes
Nordberg
No
Winter
Yes
Mitsch Bush
Yes
Final YES: 8 NO: 5 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS







09:32 PM



The committee adjourned.










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