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HB19-1004 Proposal For Affordable Health Coverage Option 
Short Title: Proposal For Affordable Health Coverage Option
Sponsors: D. Roberts | M. Catlin / K. Donovan
Summary:

Proposal for a state option for health care coverage - creation - division of insurance - appropriation. The act requires the department of health care policy and financing and the division of insurance in the department of regulatory agencies (departments) to develop and submit a proposal (proposal) to certain committees of the general assembly concerning the design, costs, benefits, and implementation of a state option for health care coverage. Additionally, the departments shall present a summary of the proposal at the annual joint hearings with the legislative committees of reference during the interim before the 2020 legislative session.

The proposal must contain a detailed description of a state option and must identify the most effective implementation of a state option based on affordability to consumers at different income levels, administrative and financial burden to the state, ease of implementation, and likelihood of success in meeting the objectives described in the act. The proposal must also identify any necessary changes to state law to implement the proposal.

In developing the proposal, the departments shall engage in a stakeholder process that includes public and private health insurance experts, consumers, consumer advocates, employers, providers, and carriers. Further, the departments shall review any information relating to a pilot program operated by the state personnel director as a result of legislation that may be enacted during the 2019 legislative session.

The departments shall prepare and submit any necessary federal waivers or state plan amendments to implement the proposal, unless a bill is filed within the filing deadlines for the 2020 legislative session that substantially alters the federal authorization required for the proposal and the bill is not postponed indefinitely in the first committee.

For the 2018-19 state fiscal year, the act appropriates $75,000 from the general fund to the department of health care policy and financing for professional services, and $115,500 from the general fund to the department of regulatory agencies for the division of insurance for personal services.

For the 2019-20 state fiscal year, the act appropriates $150,000 from the general fund to the department of health care policy and financing for professional services, and $231,000 from the general fund to the department of regulatory agencies for the division of insurance for personal services.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 03/04/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1004
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanN
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   District 57V
  DuranY   EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY
  GalindoY   GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY
  GrayY   HansenY   HerodY   HootonY
  HumphreyN   JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY
  KippY   Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonN
  LewisN   ListonY   LontineY   McCluskieY
  McKeanN   McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY
  MullicaY   NevilleN   PeltonY   RansomN
  RichN   RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN
  SingerY   SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY
  SullivanY   TipperY   TitoneE   Valdez A.Y
  Valdez D.Y   Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   Williams D.N
  WilsonY


04/17/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1004
  BridgesY   CookeN   CoramN   CourtY
  CrowderN   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyN   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaN   RankinN
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateN   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


Status: 5/17/2019 Governor Signed
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Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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HB19-1005 Income Tax Credit For Early Childhood Educators 
Short Title: Income Tax Credit For Early Childhood Educators
Sponsors: J. Buckner | J. Wilson / N. Todd | K. Priola
Summary:

Income tax - tax credit - eligible early childhood educators. The act provides a refundable income tax credit to an eligible early childhood educator with a federal adjusted gross income less than or equal to $75,000 for an individual filing a single return, or less than or equal to $85,000 for an individual filing a joint return, who, for at least 6 months of the taxable year for which the credit is claimed, holds an early childhood professional credential and is either the licensee of an eligible program or employed by an eligible program. The act specifies that an eligible program means either an early childhood education program or a licensed family child care home and the eligible program must have held at least a level 2 quality rating under the Colorado shines quality rating and improvement system for the income tax year for which the credit is claimed and, for the income tax year for which the credit is claimed, either have fiscal agreements with the Colorado child care assistance program or be a program that meets the federal early head start or head start standards. The amount of the credit is dependent on the eligible early childhood educator's credentialing level and is annually adjusted for inflation. The department of human services is required to provide to the department of revenue an annual report of each individual who held an early childhood professional credential during the previous calendar year for which the income tax credit is allowed.

The act takes effect only if, at the November 2019 statewide election, a majority of voters do not approve a referred measure that allows the state to increase the cigarette tax, increase the tobacco products tax, and to create a new tax on nicotine products and use a significant portion of the tax revenue for preschool programs and expanded learning opportunities. If the voters at the November 2019 statewide election do not approve such a measure, then the act takes effect on the date of the official declaration of the vote thereon by the governor.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 04/27/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1005
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanE
  BenavidezN   BirdY   BockenfeldY   BuckY
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumE   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafN   LarsonN   LewisE
  ListonE   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanN
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleN   PeltonY   RansomN   RichN
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperN   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleY   WeissmanY   WillY   Williams D.N
  WilsonY


05/03/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1005
  BridgesY   CookeN   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyY   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateN   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


Status: 5/13/2019 Governor Signed
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Calendar Notification: Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE (CONTINUED)
(1) in senate calendar.
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HB19-1025 Limits On Job Applicant Criminal History Inquiries 
Short Title: Limits On Job Applicant Criminal History Inquiries
Sponsors: J. Melton | L. Herod / M. Foote | R. Rodriguez
Summary:

Hiring practices - limitations on criminal history inquiries - exceptions - enforcement - appropriation. Effective September 1, 2019, for employers with 11 or more employees, and effective September 1, 2021, for all employers, employers are prohibited from:

  • Advertising that a person with a criminal history may not apply for a position;
  • Placing a statement in an employment application that a person with a criminal history may not apply for a position; or
  • Inquiring about an applicant's criminal history on an initial application.

An employer may obtain a job applicant's publicly available criminal background report at any time.

An employer is exempt from the restrictions on advertising and initial employment applications when:

  • The law prohibits a person who has a particular criminal history from being employed in a particular job;
  • The employer is participating in a program to encourage employment of people with criminal histories; or
  • The employer is required by law to conduct a criminal history record check for the particular position.

The department of labor and employment (department) is charged with enforcing the requirements of the act and may issue warnings and orders of compliance for violations and, for second or subsequent violations, impose civil penalties. A violation of the restrictions does not create a private cause of action, and the act does not create a protected class under employment anti-discrimination laws. The department is directed to adopt rules regarding procedures for handling complaints against employers.

The department is appropriated $38,113 from the employment support fund and 0.6 FTE to implement the act.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 02/28/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1025
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanN
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinN   ColemanY   CutterY   District 57V
  DuranY   EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY
  GalindoY   GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY
  GrayY   HansenY   HerodY   HootonY
  HumphreyN   JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY
  KippY   Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafN   LarsonN
  LewisN   ListonN   LontineY   McCluskieY
  McKeanN   McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY
  MullicaY   NevilleN   PeltonN   RansomN
  RichN   RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN
  SingerY   SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY
  SullivanY   TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y
  Valdez D.Y   Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   Williams D.N
  WilsonN


04/12/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1025
  BridgesY   BridgesY   BridgesY   CookeN
  CookeN   CookeN   CoramY   CoramY
  CoramN   CourtY   CourtY   CourtY
  CrowderE   CrowderE   CrowderE   DanielsonY
  DanielsonY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   DonovanY
  DonovanY   FenbergY   FenbergY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FieldsY   FieldsY   FooteY
  FooteY   FooteY   GarciaY   GarciaY
  GarciaY   GardnerN   GardnerN   GardnerN
  GinalY   GinalY   GinalY   GonzalesY
  GonzalesY   GonzalesY   HillN   HillN
  HillN   HiseyN   HiseyN   HiseyN
  HolbertN   HolbertN   HolbertN   LeeY
  LeeY   LeeY   LundeenN   LundeenN
  LundeenN   MarbleN   MarbleN   MarbleN
  MorenoY   MorenoY   MorenoY   PettersenY
  PettersenY   PettersenY   PriolaY   PriolaY
  PriolaY   RankinN   RankinY   RankinN
  RodriguezY   RodriguezY   RodriguezY   ScottE
  ScottE   ScottE   SmallwoodN   SmallwoodN
  SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN   SonnenbergN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   StoryY   StoryY   TateE
  TateE   TateE   ToddY   ToddY
  ToddY   Williams A.Y   Williams A.Y   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WinterY   WinterN   WoodwardN
  WoodwardN   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY   ZenzingerY
  ZenzingerY


Status: 5/31/2019 Governor Became Law
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Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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HB19-1075 Tax Credit Employer-assisted Housing Pilot Program 
Short Title: Tax Credit Employer-assisted Housing Pilot Program
Sponsors: J. Wilson
Summary:

As a pilot program to promote employer-assisted housing projects in rural areas, for income tax years commencing on or after January 1, 2019, but prior to January 1, 2023, the bill creates a state income tax credit for a donation a taxpayer makes to a sponsor that is used solely for the costs associated with employer-assisted affordable housing in a rural area. The bill defines "sponsor" to mean the Colorado housing and finance authority, a housing authority operated by a county or municipality, a nonprofit corporation that has been designated as a community development corporation under the federal tax code, or an international, nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization whose mission is concentrated on constructing affordable housing.

The amount of the credit allowed by the bill is 20% of the approved donation amount; except that the aggregate amount of the credit awarded to any one taxpayer is limited to $400 in any one income tax year.

The bill contains additional requirements pertaining to the manner in which the taxpayer submits information to receive the tax credit. The bill also requires periodic reporting of information on the use of the tax credit.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)

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Status: 5/9/2019 House Committee on Appropriations Lay Over Unamended - Amendment(s) Failed
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HB19-1107 Employment Support Job Retention Services Program 
Short Title: Employment Support Job Retention Services Program
Sponsors: J. Coleman / R. Fields | K. Priola
Summary:

The bill creates the employment support and job retention services program (program) within the division of employment and training (division) in the department of labor and employment (department) to provide emergency employment support and job retention services to eligible individuals in the state. The bill requires the director of the division (director) to contract with an entity to administer the program to provide reimbursement for employment support and job retention services provided to eligible individuals statewide. In order to be eligible for services for which a service provider may be reimbursed under the program, an individual must be 16 years of age or older, be eligible to work in the United States, have a household income that is at or below the federal poverty line, and be underemployed or unemployed and actively involved in employment preparation, job training, employment pursuit, or job retention activities. The director is required to establish procedures and guidelines to implement and set parameters for the operation of the program.

The general assembly is required to appropriate money to the employment support and job retention services cash fund created in the bill for allocation to the division to implement and operate the program. The department is authorized to accept gifts, grants, and donations for the implementation and operation of the program. The program is repealed, effective September 30, 2022.


(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 04/27/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1107
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanE
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinN   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumE   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafN   LarsonN   LewisE
  ListonE   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanN
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleN   PeltonN   RansomN   RichN
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperN   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   WillN   Williams D.N
  WilsonN


05/03/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1107
  BridgesY   CookeN   CoramN   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyN   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinN
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateN   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


Status: 5/28/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Notes Status: Fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE (CONTINUED)
(1) in senate calendar.
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SB19-035 DOR Department Of Revenue Enforcement Measures Collection Of Tax Owed 
Short Title: DOR Department Of Revenue Enforcement Measures Collection Of Tax Owed
Sponsors: L. Court / A. Benavidez
Summary:

Enforcement measures available for the collection of delinquent taxes - department of revenue. The act specifies that the period of time wherein a tax must be assessed is extended in the case of a taxpayer whose assets are in the control or custody of a court or in the case of a taxpayer who has filed bankruptcy proceedings.

The act also provides clarifications regarding:

  • The department of revenue's authorization to sell a delinquent taxpayer's motor vehicle;
  • Other remedies that a district court has available in the case of a delinquent taxpayer; and
  • When property or rights to property must be surrendered to the executive director of the department of revenue and what the penalties are for failing to surrender such property.
    (Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 01/28/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-035
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramE   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerY   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyY   HolbertE
  LeeY   LundeenY   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodY   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerE


03/06/2019 - House Floor Vote for SB19-035
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanN
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinN   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafN   LarsonN   LewisN
  ListonN   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanN
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleN   PeltonN   RansomN   RichN
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperN   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   WillN   Williams D.N
  WilsonN


Status: 3/28/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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SB19-067 Rural Development Grant Program Creation 
Short Title: Rural Development Grant Program Creation
Sponsors: D. Coram / B. McLachlan | J. Arndt
Summary:

The bill creates the rural development grant program to be administered by the Colorado office of economic development. The grants are to be awarded to early stage rural businesses that are primary employers in a rural area with the potential to export goods or services outside of the rural area. The businesses must be at the seed stage of capital financing, have raised less than five hundred thousand dollars of third-party capital, and are able to provide nonstate matching funding equal to at least one-third of the grant award. The grants may be used for developing prototypes, proof of business concepts, or proof of business models. The grants are funded from the general fund and are limited to no more than $150,000 per early stage rural business per year.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)

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Status: 4/25/2019 Senate Second Reading Laid Over Daily - No Amendments
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Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
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SB19-085 Equal Pay For Equal Work Act 
Short Title: Equal Pay For Equal Work Act
Sponsors: J. Danielson | B. Pettersen / J. Buckner | S. Gonzales-Gutierrez
Summary:

Wage discrimination based on sex - complaints - civil action - exceptions to prohibitions against wage differentials - prohibited acts of employer - employment announcements required - enforcement - rules. The act removes the authority of the director of the division of labor standards and statistics in the department of labor and employment (director) to enforce wage discrimination complaints based on an employee's sex and instead authorizes the director to create and administer a process to accept and mediate complaints of, and provide legal resources concerning, alleged violations and to promulgate rules for this purpose. An aggrieved person may bring a civil action in district court to pursue remedies specified in the act.

The act allows exceptions to the prohibition against a wage differential based on sex if the employer demonstrates that a wage differential is not based on wage rate history and is based upon one or more of the following factors, so long as the employer applies the factors reasonably and they account for the entire wage rate differential:

  • A seniority system;
  • A merit system;
  • A system that measures earnings by quantity or quality of production;
  • The geographic location where the work is performed;
  • Education, training, or experience to the extent that they are reasonably related to the work in question; or
  • Travel, if the travel is a regular and necessary condition of the work performed.

The act prohibits an employer from:

  • Seeking the wage rate history of a prospective employee or requiring disclosure of wage rate as a condition of employment;
  • Relying on a prior wage rate to determine a wage rate;
  • Discriminating or retaliating against a prospective employee for failing to disclose the employee's wage rate history;
  • Discharging or retaliating against an employee for actions by an employee asserting the rights established by the act against an employer; or
  • Discharging, disciplining, discriminating against, or otherwise interfering with an employee for inquiring about, disclosing, or discussing the employee's wage rate.

The act requires an employer to announce to all employees employment advancement opportunities and job openings and the pay range for the openings. The director is authorized to enforce actions against an employer concerning transparency in pay and employment opportunities, including fines of between $500 and $10,000 per violation.

Employers are also required to maintain records of job descriptions and wage rate history for each employee while employed and for 2 years after the employment ends. Failure to maintain these records creates a rebuttable presumption, in a lawsuit alleging wage discrimination based on sex, that the records not maintained contained information favorable to the employee's claim.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 04/04/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-085
  BridgesY   CookeN   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderN   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GarciaE   GardnerN
  GinalY   GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyN
  HolbertN   LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN
  MorenoY   PettersenY   PriolaY   RankinN
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateN   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


04/27/2019 - House Floor Vote for SB19-085
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanE
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinN   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumE   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafN   LarsonN   LewisE
  ListonE   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanN
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleN   PeltonN   RansomN   RichN
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperN   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   WillN   Williams D.N
  WilsonN


Status: 5/22/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Note

Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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