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J_CDC_2019A 03/14/2019 10:02:41 AM Committee Summary

Date 03/14/2019
Beckman X
Sonnenberg X
Story X
Valdez A. X
Fields X
Roberts X
X = Present, E = Excused, A = Absent, * = Present after roll call
Time 10:02:41 AM to 10:40:33 AM
Place SCR 357
This Meeting was called to order by Representative Roberts
This Report was prepared by Kori Donaldson
Hearing Items Action Taken
SB19-075 Passed
Office of Information Technology Request for Legislation Committee Discussion Only

10:03:04 AM

The committee was called to order.  A quorum was present.

SB19-075 - Passed

10:03:32 AM  
Senator Donovan and Representative Buentello,
prime sponsors, presented Senate Bill 19-075, concerning the display of
the Colorado Constitution at the State Capitol.  The committee considered
the bill pursuant to Senate Rule 42(a).
10:12:44 AM  
Senator Donovan responded to questions from the committee about possible display locations and the estimated fiscal impact of the bill.
10:16:36 AM  

Ms. Ariel Hammerquist, Legislative Council Staff, responded to questions about planned revisions to the published fiscal note and about potential outyear costs.  Senator Donovan commented on the source of funds for the potential outyear costs.  Discussion continued on this point.

10:22:52 AM
Motion Pursuant to Senate Rule 42(a), favorably recommend Senate Bill 19-075 to the Senate State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee.
Moved Fields
Beckman No
Sonnenberg No
Story Yes
Valdez A. Yes
Fields Yes
Roberts Yes
YES: 4   NO: 2   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS

Office of Information Technology Request for Legislation - Committee Discussion Only

10:23:28 AM  

Mr. Michael Shea, representing the Governor's Office of Information Technology, requested that the committee sponsor legislation related to leasing space on the state's microwave towers to private businesses.  Mr. Shea responded to questions from the committee.

10:33:31 AM  

Committee discussion continued.  Mr. Shea responded to additional questions.  The committee laid over further discussion of the potential legislation to a future meeting.

10:40:33 AM   The committee adjourned.

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