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HB19-1015 Recreation Of The Colorado Water Institute 
Short Title: Recreation Of The Colorado Water Institute
Sponsors: J. Arndt / J. Ginal
Summary:

The Colorado water institute was created in 1981 and automatically repealed in 2017. The bill recreates the institute.


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

Position:
Floor Votes: 01/23/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1015
  ArndtY   BaisleyY   BeckerY   BeckmanY
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldY   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverY
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   District 57V
  DuranY   EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY
  GalindoY   GarnettY   GeitnerY   Gonzales-GutierrezY
  GrayY   HansenY   HerodY   HootonY
  HumphreyN   JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY
  KippY   Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonY
  LewisN   ListonY   LontineY   McCluskieY
  McKeanY   McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY
  MullicaY   NevilleY   PeltonN   RansomY
  RichY   RobertsY   SaineY   SandridgeN
  SingerY   SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY
  SullivanY   TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y
  Valdez D.Y   Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   Williams D.N
  WilsonY


02/05/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1015
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyY   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenY   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottY   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerY


Status: 2/20/2019 Governor Signed
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Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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HB19-1113 Protect Water Quality Adverse Mining Impacts 
Short Title: Protect Water Quality Adverse Mining Impacts
Sponsors: D. Roberts | B. McLachlan / K. Donovan
Summary:

Current law does not address reliance on perpetual water treatment as the means to minimize impacts to water quality in a reclamation plan for a mining operation. Section 1 of the bill requires most reclamation plans to demonstrate, by substantial evidence, a reasonably forseeable end date for any water quality treatment necessary to ensure compliance with applicable water quality standards.

Current law allows a mining permittee to submit an audited financial statement as proof that the operator has sufficient funds to meet its reclamation liabilities in lieu of a bond or other financial assurance. Section 2 eliminates this self-bonding option and also requires that all reclamation bonds include financial assurances in an amount sufficient to protect water quality, including costs for any necessary treatment and monitoring costs.
(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 02/07/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1113
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanN
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinE   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   PeltonY   RansomN
  RichY   RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN
  SingerY   SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY
  SullivanY   TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y
  Valdez D.Y   Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   Williams D.N
  WilsonN


03/14/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1113
  BridgesY   CookeN   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GarciaY   GardnerN
  GinalY   GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyN
  HolbertN   LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN
  MorenoY   PettersenY   PriolaN   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateN   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


Status: 4/4/2019 Governor Signed
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Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
News: House Committee Approves McLachlan-Roberts Bill to Make Clean Water a Priority
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HB19-1114 Agriculture Commissioner Farm Produce Safety 
Short Title: Agriculture Commissioner Farm Produce Safety
Sponsors: M. Catlin | D. Valdez / J. Danielson | J. Cooke
Summary:

The bill establishes a state law to implement federal regulations covering produce safety on farms. To implement this, the bill:

  • Authorizes the commissioner of agriculture (commissioner) to enter into a cooperative agreement with the United States food and drug administration and seek, accept, and expend federal funds;
  • Provides for the commissioner to cease implementing the law if the commissioner does not receive adequate federal funding;
  • Requires farms that are covered by federal law, selling more than approximately $25,000 of produce annually on average over a 3-year period, to register with the commissioner;
  • Requires the commissioner to promulgate rules adopting 21 CFR 112, concerning produce safety, and gives the commissioner rule-making authority to administer the bill;
  • Authorizes the commissioner to enter farms and farm facilities during regular business hours to implement or enforce the bill if the commissioner obtains consent or an administrative search warrant;
  • Authorizes the commissioner to inspect records during regular business hours to implement or enforce the bill and to subpoena witnesses and records;
  • Authorizes the commissioner to issue cease-and-desist orders;
  • Prohibits an officer, employee, or agent of the commissioner from misusing information gained during the course of the person's duties;
  • Authorizes the commissioner to impose administrative penalties;
  • If requested, requires the commissioner to hold a hearing to issue a cease-and-desist order or impose an administrative penalty, and this process is subject to judicial review;
  • Authorizes the commissioner to enforce cease-and-desist orders and administrative penalties in court; and
  • Repeals these provisions in 2034, but requires a sunset review before the repeal.
    (Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 02/15/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1114
  ArndtE   ArndtE   BaisleyY   BaisleyY
  BeckerY   BeckerY   BeckmanY   BeckmanY
  BenavidezY   BenavidezY   BirdY   BirdY
  BockenfeldY   BockenfeldY   BuckY   BuckY
  BucknerY   BucknerY   BuentelloY   BuentelloY
  CaraveoY   CaraveoY   CarverY   CarverY
  CatlinY   CatlinY   ColemanY   ColemanY
  CutterY   CutterY   District 57V   District 57V
  DuranY   DuranY   EsgarY   EsgarY
  ExumY   ExumY   FroelichY   FroelichY
  GalindoY   GalindoY   GarnettY   GarnettY
  GeitnerY   GeitnerY   Gonzales-GutierrezY   Gonzales-GutierrezY
  GrayY   GrayY   HansenY   HansenY
  HerodY   HerodY   HootonY   HootonY
  HumphreyY   HumphreyY   JacksonY   JacksonY
  Jaquez LewisY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KennedyY
  KippY   KippY   Kraft-TharpY   Kraft-TharpY
  LandgrafY   LandgrafY   LarsonY   LarsonY
  LewisY   LewisY   ListonY   ListonY
  LontineY   LontineY   McCluskieY   McCluskieY
  McKeanY   McKeanY   McLachlanY   McLachlanY
  MeltonY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   Michaelson JenetY
  MullicaY   MullicaY   NevilleY   NevilleY
  PeltonY   PeltonY   RansomY   RansomY
  RichY   RichY   RobertsY   RobertsY
  SaineY   SaineY   SandridgeY   SandridgeY
  SingerY   SingerY   SirotaY   SirotaY
  SnyderY   SnyderY   SoperY   SoperY
  SullivanY   SullivanY   TipperY   TipperY
  TitoneY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez A.Y
  Valdez D.Y   Valdez D.Y   Van WinkleY   Van WinkleY
  WeissmanY   WeissmanY   Williams D.Y   Williams D.Y
  WilsonY   WilsonY


03/06/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1114
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerY   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillY   HiseyY   HolbertY
  LeeY   LundeenY   MarbleY   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottE   SmallwoodY   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerY


Status: 4/4/2019 Governor Signed
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HJR19-1005 Water Projects Eligibility Lists 
Short Title: Water Projects Eligibility Lists
Sponsors: D. Roberts / K. Donovan
Summary: *** No bill summary available ***
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Status: 2/20/2019 Governor Signed
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SB19-186 Expand Agricultural Chemical Management Program Protect Surface Water 
Short Title: Expand Agricultural Chemical Management Program Protect Surface Water
Sponsors: K. Donovan | D. Coram / J. Arndt | M. Catlin
Summary:

Under current law, the commissioner of agriculture is responsible for the management of the use of agricultural chemicals to protect groundwater, and the commissioner adopts rules establishing agricultural management plans for this purpose. The bill expands the scope of the commissioner's agricultural management plans to include the protection of state waters, which includes surface and subsurface waters.

The bill appropriates $239,592 to the department of agriculture from the plant health, pest control, and environmental protection cash fund to implement the bill.


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

Position:
Floor Votes: 04/24/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-186
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillY   HiseyN   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinN
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


Status: 4/24/2019 Introduced In House - Assigned to Rural Affairs & Agriculture
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Calendar Notification: Friday, April 26 2019
Rural Affairs & Agriculture
Upon Adjournment Room 0112
(4) in house calendar.
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SJM19-002 Corps Of Engineers To Dredge Lower Arkansas River 
Short Title: Corps Of Engineers To Dredge Lower Arkansas River
Sponsors: L. Crowder | D. Coram / D. Esgar | M. Catlin
Summary: *** No bill summary available ***
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Status: 2/14/2019 Signed by the Speaker of the House
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