Amendments for HB19-1159

House Journal, March 12
49 HB19-1159 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
50 the Committee on Appropriations with favorable
51 recommendation:
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53 Amend printed bill, page 2, strike line 3 and substitute "(1)(k)(III), (2)(a),
54 (4)(a)(III), (4)(a)(IV), and (10); and add (9.5) as follows:".
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1 Page 2, strike line 5 and substitute "definitions - repeal. (1) As used in
2 this section, unless the context otherwise requires:
3 (k) "Electric motor vehicle" or "plug-in hybrid electric motor
4 vehicle" means a motor vehicle that:
5 (III) Is propelled to a significant extent by an electric motor that
6 draws electricity from a battery OR FUEL CELL that:
7 (A) Has a AN EQUIVALENT battery capacity of not less than four
8 kilowatt hours; and
9 (B) Is capable of being recharged from an external source of
10 electricity OR HYDROGEN.
11 (2) (a) With respect to the tax years commencing on".
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13 Page 2, after line 20 insert:
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15 "(9.5) WITH RESPECT TO THE TAX YEARS COMMENCING ON OR
16 AFTER JANUARY 1, 2019, A TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANY, AS
17 DEFINED IN SECTION 40-10.1-602 (3), OR A CONTRACTED THIRD PARTY
18 VEHICLE SUPPLIER, THAT ENTERS INTO LONG-TERM LEASES FOR CATEGORY
19 1 MOTOR VEHICLES IN ORDER TO OFFER SHORT-TERM RENTALS OF THE
20 MOTOR VEHICLES TO ITS DRIVERS SHALL BE TREATED AS HAVING
21 PURCHASED EACH CATEGORY 1 MOTOR VEHICLE FOR PURPOSES OF THE
22 CREDIT CALCULATION SPECIFIED IN SUBSECTION (4)(a) OF THIS SECTION.".
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Senate Journal, April 29
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that HB19-1159 be
amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee on Appropriations
with favorable recommendation.

Amend reengrossed bill, page 2, after line 1 insert:
"SECTION 1. Legislative declaration. The general assembly
hereby finds and declares that the purpose of this act is to extend the
income tax credits for the purchase or lease of alternative fuel motor
vehicles, to clarify the availability of the credits for motor vehicles
powered by hydrogen fuel, to address the availability of the credit for
transportation network companies that provide category 1 vehicles for
short-term rentals to their drivers, and to adjust the amounts of the
available credits.".

Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.

Page 2, line 3, strike "(4)(a)(III)," and strike "add (4)(a)(III.5)" and
substitute "add (4)(a)(V)".

Page 2, strike lines 10 through 15 and substitute:

"(III) Is propelled to a significant extent by: an electric motor that
draws electricity from a battery that:
(A) Has a AN ELECTRIC MOTOR THAT DRAWS ELECTRICITY FROM
A battery THAT HAS A capacity of not less than four kilowatt hours and IS
CAPABLE OF BEING RECHARGED FROM AN EXTERNAL SOURCE OF
ELECTRICITY; OR
(B) Is capable of being recharged from an external source of
electricity POWER DERIVED FROM ONE OR MORE CELLS WHICH CONVERT
CHEMICAL ENERGY DIRECTLY INTO ELECTRICITY BY COMBINING OXYGEN
WITH HYDROGEN FUEL WHICH IS STORED ON BOARD THE VEHICLE IN ANY
FORM AND MAY OR MAY NOT REQUIRE REFORMATION PRIOR TO USE.".

Page 2, strike lines 24 through 26 and substitute:

"(a) Category 1. (IV) With respect to the tax years commencing
on or after January 1, 2021, but prior to January 1, 2022 JANUARY 1,
2023, two thousand five hundred dollars for a purchase or one thousand
five hundred dollars for a lease.
(V) WITH RESPECT TO THE TAX YEARS COMMENCING ON OR AFTER
JANUARY 1, 2023, BUT PRIOR TO JANUARY 1, 2026, TWO THOUSAND
DOLLARS FOR A PURCHASE OR ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
FOR A LEASE.".

Page 3, strike lines 1 through 17 and substitute:

"(9.5) WITH RESPECT TO THE TAX YEARS COMMENCING ON OR
AFTER JANUARY 1, 2019, A TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANY, AS
DEFINED IN SECTION 40-10.1-602 (3), OR A THIRD-PARTY VEHICLE
SUPPLIER THAT CONTRACTS WITH A TRANSPORTATION NETWORK
COMPANY TO PROVIDE CATEGORY 1 MOTOR VEHICLES FOR SHORT-TERM
RENTAL TO TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANY DRIVERS, AS DEFINED
IN SECTION 40-10.1-602 (4), THAT ENTERS INTO LONG-TERM LEASES WITH
A DURATION OF NOT LESS THAN TWO YEARS FOR CATEGORY 1 MOTOR
VEHICLES SHALL BE TREATED AS HAVING PURCHASED EACH CATEGORY 1
MOTOR VEHICLE FOR PURPOSES OF THE CREDIT CALCULATION SPECIFIED
IN SUBSECTION (4)(a) OF THIS SECTION IF THE VEHICLES ARE OFFERED TO
TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANY DRIVERS, AS DEFINED IN SECTION
40-10.1-602 (4), FOR SHORT-TERM RENTAL PERIODS OF NOT MORE THAN
SIXTY DAYS.".

Page 3, line 20, after "amend" insert "(1)(h), (1)(i), (1)(r)(III),".

Page 3, strike line 23 and substitute:

"repeal. (1) As used in this section, unless the context otherwise
requires:
(h) "Category 4 B" means original equipment manufacturer trucks
that are equipped to operate on liquified natural gas. or on hydrogen. For
purposes of this paragraph (h) SUBSECTION (1)(h), "operate on liquified
natural gas" or on hydrogen" means a truck that operates exclusively on
liquified natural gas, or on hydrogen, or a bi-fuel truck with a multi-fuel
engine capable of running on either liquified natural gas or traditional
fuel, or on either hydrogen or traditional fuel, or a dual-fuel truck with
a multi-fuel engine capable of running on both liquified natural gas and
traditional fuel. or on both hydrogen and traditional fuel.
(i) "Category 4 C" means liquefied natural gas or hydrogen
conversions certified by the United States environmental protection
agency. For purposes of this paragraph (i) SUBSECTION (1)(i), "liquefied
natural gas or hydrogen conversions" means a conversion to a truck that
operates exclusively on liquefied natural gas, or on hydrogen, or a bi-fuel
truck with a multi-fuel engine capable of running on either liquefied
natural gas or traditional fuel, or on either hydrogen or traditional fuel,
or a dual-fuel truck with a multi-fuel engine capable of running on both
liquified natural gas and traditional fuel. or on both hydrogen and
traditional fuel.
(r) "Electric truck" or "plug-in hybrid electric truck" means a
truck that:
(III) Is propelled to a significant extent by: an electric motor that
draws electricity from a battery that:
(A) Has a AN ELECTRIC MOTOR THAT DRAWS ELECTRICITY FROM
A battery THAT HAS A capacity of not less than four kilowatt hours and IS
CAPABLE OF BEING RECHARGED FROM AN EXTERNAL SOURCE OF
ELECTRICITY; OR
(B) Is capable of being recharged from an external source of
electricity POWER DERIVED FROM ONE OR MORE CELLS WHICH CONVERT
CHEMICAL ENERGY DIRECTLY INTO ELECTRICITY BY COMBINING OXYGEN
WITH HYDROGEN FUEL WHICH IS STORED ON BOARD THE VEHICLE IN ANY
FORM AND MAY OR MAY NOT REQUIRE REFORMATION PRIOR TO USE.
(8.3) Category 7 purchase. (a) Except as provided in
subsection".

Page 4, strike lines 4 through 17 and substitute:


Income tax year commencing: