Amendments for HB21-1149

House Journal, April 5
38 HB21-1149 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
39 the Committee on Appropriations with favorable
40 recommendation:
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42 Amend printed bill, strike everything below the enacting clause and
43 substitute:
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45 "SECTION 1. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 24-46.3-104, add
46 (5.5) as follows:
47 24-46.3-104. Career pathways - design - legislative declaration
48 - definitions. (5.5) (a) AS USED IN THIS SUBSECTION (5.5), "ENERGY
49 SECTOR" MEANS CURRENT AND EMERGING ESTABLISHMENTS AND
50 PARTNERSHIPS ENGAGED IN ELECTROMECHANICAL GENERATION AND
51 MAINTENANCE, ELECTRICAL ENERGY TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION,
52 ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY, AND
53 RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION. THE ENERGY SECTOR INCLUDES BUT IS
54 NOT LIMITED TO OCCUPATIONS AND ACTIVITIES RELATING TO THE
55 DEVELOPMENT, INSTALLATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF PRODUCTS OR
56 TECHNOLOGIES IN THE AREAS OF CARBON CAPTURE, ENERGY STORAGE,
1 BUILDING ELECTRIFICATION, ELECTRIC VEHICLES, CHARGING
2 INFRASTRUCTURE, HYDROGEN FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY, AND RENEWABLE
3 NATURAL GAS.
4 (b) THE STATE COUNCIL AND PARTNERS, INCLUDING THE
5 DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, SHALL CREATE AN
6 INDUSTRY-DRIVEN ENERGY SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY FOR
7 IMPLEMENTATION BY OR BEFORE THE 2022-23 ACADEMIC YEAR. THE
8 STATE COUNCIL SHALL COMPLY WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTION,
9 INCLUDING CAREER PATHWAY DESIGN, COMPONENTS, IMPLEMENTATION,
10 INDUSTRY REVIEW, AND PROMOTION OF THE ENERGY SECTOR CAREER
11 PATHWAY.
12 (c) THE STRENGTHENING PHOTOVOLTAIC AND RENEWABLE
13 CAREERS (SPARC) WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM, CREATED IN
14 PART 5 OF THIS ARTICLE 46.3, SHALL PROVIDE MONEY AND OTHER
15 SUPPORTS FOR IN-DEMAND AND GROWING OCCUPATIONS IN THE ENERGY
16 SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY CREATED PURSUANT TO THIS SUBSECTION (5.5).
17 SECTION 2. In Colorado Revised Statutes, add part 5 of article
18 46.3 of title 24 as follows:
5 19 PART
20 STRENGTHENING PHOTOVOLTAIC AND
21 RENEWABLE CAREERS (SPARC)
22 WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
23 24-46.3-501. Legislative declaration. (1) THE GENERAL
24 ASSEMBLY FINDS AND DECLARES THAT:
25 (a) THE STATE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL SELECTED
26 ENERGY AS A TARGET INDUSTRY FOR CAREER PATHWAY SYSTEMS
27 DEVELOPMENT;
28 (b) THE SELECTION OF ENERGY AS A TARGET INDUSTRY FOR
29 CAREER PATHWAY SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT IS IN ALIGNMENT WITH THE
30 STATEWIDE GOAL TO POSITION COLORADO AS A LEADER IN THE CLEAN
31 ENERGY ECONOMY BY SETTING A PATH TO REACH ONE HUNDRED PERCENT
32 RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR THE ELECTRIC GRID BY 2040;
33 (c) THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS INDICATED ITS INTENT TO
34 TAKE AGGRESSIVE ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE BY REJOINING THE PARIS
35 CLIMATE AGREEMENT, ACHIEVING A CARBON-POLLUTION-FREE POWER
36 SECTOR BY 2035, AND ENSURING THE UNITED STATES IS ON A PATH TO A
37 NET-ZERO ECONOMY BY 2050;
38 (d) IN PASSING HOUSE BILL 19-1261, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
39 ESTABLISHED STATEWIDE, SCIENCE-BASED GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
40 REDUCTIONS GOALS OF AT LEAST TWENTY-SIX PERCENT BY 2025, FIFTY
41 PERCENT BY 2030, AND NINETY PERCENT BY 2050, OF EMISSIONS LEVELS
42 FROM 2005;
43 (e) THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE, COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF
44 PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT, COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF
45 TRANSPORTATION, COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES,
46 AND COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE RELEASED THE
47 "GREENHOUSE GAS POLLUTION REDUCTION ROADMAP" IN JANUARY OF
48 2021 TO ESTABLISH A STATEWIDE STRATEGY FOR EACH SECTOR TO MEET
49 THE GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION TARGETS SPECIFIED IN HOUSE BILL
50 19-1261;
51 (f) THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE RELEASED THE "COLORADO
52 ELECTRIC VEHICLE PLAN 2020" TO GUIDE A LARGE-SCALE TRANSITION OF
53 THE STATE'S TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM TO ZERO-EMISSION VEHICLES,
54 INCLUDING A GOAL OF NINE HUNDRED FORTY THOUSAND ELECTRIC
55 VEHICLES ON OUR ROADS BY 2030 AND NEARLY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT
56 OF ALL VEHICLES BY 2050;
1 (g) THE COLORADO AIR QUALITY CONTROL COMMISSION ADOPTED
2 THE ZERO-EMISSION VEHICLE RULE, ESTABLISHING THE COLORADO
3 ZERO-EMISSION VEHICLE PROGRAM TO INCREASE THE AVAILABILITY OF
4 ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN THE STATE, WHICH WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL
5 INVESTMENT IN ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING SYSTEMS;
6 (h) ADDITIONALLY, MORE THAN FIFTY LOCAL JURISDICTIONS
7 THROUGHOUT THE STATE HAVE ADOPTED THE 2018 INTERNATIONAL
8 ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE TO HELP EXISTING BUILDINGS ADAPT TO
9 NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND IMPROVE ENERGY EFFICIENCIES IN NEW
10 CONSTRUCTION;
11 (i) THESE FEDERAL AND STATE COMMITMENTS TO ADDRESS THE
12 CLIMATE CRISIS WILL LEAD TO SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENTS IN THE ENERGY
13 SECTOR, WHICH WILL REQUIRE A DIVERSE AND WELL-TRAINED
14 WORKFORCE;
15 (j) FURTHER, LAUNCHING REGIONAL ENERGY PARTNERSHIPS WILL
16 CREATE A FOUNDATION OF STRONG INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP,
17 COLLABORATION, AND INVESTMENT TO SUPPORT AN INDUSTRY-DRIVEN
18 ENERGY SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY;
19 (k) IN 2019, THERE WERE SIXTY-TWO THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED
20 TWENTY FULL-TIME CLEAN ENERGY EMPLOYEES IN COLORADO. BETWEEN
21 2014 AND 2019 THERE WAS A FIFTEEN PERCENT GROWTH IN ALL ENERGY
22 JOBS IN COLORADO, AND THESE JOBS ARE PROJECTED TO GROW ANOTHER
23 NINE PERCENT FROM 2019 TO 2024.
24 (l) THE STATE MEDIAN HOURLY EARNINGS FOR CLEAN ENERGY
25 OCCUPATIONS IN COLORADO PROVIDES AN ABOVE-AVERAGE LIVING WAGE;
26 (m) MONEY TO PROVIDE TRAINING UNDER THE SPARC PROGRAM
27 SHOULD PRIORITIZE INDIVIDUALS DIRECTLY IMPACTED BY JOB LOSS DUE TO
28 THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC OR DUE TO AN INDUSTRY DECLINE SINCE
29 JANUARY 1, 2019;
30 (n) FURTHER, BLACK COMMUNITIES, INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES,
31 COMMUNITIES OF COLOR, AND LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES HAVE ENDURED
32 THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF POLLUTING INDUSTRIES WITHIN THEIR
33 COMMUNITIES FOR MANY YEARS; AND
34 (o) THEREFORE, WHILE COLORADO BEGINS TO WORK TOWARD
35 EQUITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, THESE POPULATIONS AND
36 COMMUNITIES SHOULD BE PRIORITIZED FOR TRAINING WITHIN THE ENERGY
37 SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY.
38 (2) THEREFORE, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DECLARES THAT THE
39 CREATION OF AN INDUSTRY-DRIVEN ENERGY SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY
40 PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-46.3-104, IMPLEMENTED AND SUPPORTED
41 THROUGH THE SPARC PROGRAM CREATED IN THIS PART 5, IS A
42 SIGNIFICANT STEP TOWARD ESTABLISHING COLORADO AS A LEADER IN THE
43 CLEAN ENERGY ECONOMY, PROVIDING HIGH-QUALITY EDUCATION AND
44 TRAINING, CREATING HIGH-PAYING JOBS, AND PROTECTING COLORADO'S
45 ENVIRONMENT.
46 24-46.3-502. Definitions. AS USED IN THIS PART 5, UNLESS THE
47 CONTEXT OTHERWISE REQUIRES:
48 (1) "DEPARTMENT" MEANS THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND
49 EMPLOYMENT CREATED IN SECTION 24-1-121.
50 (2) "DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION" MEANS THE
51 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION CREATED IN SECTION 24-1-114.
52 (3) "ENERGY SECTOR" HAS THE SAME MEANING AS DEFINED IN
53 SECTION 24-46.3-104 (5.5).
54 (4) "ENERGY SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY" MEANS THE ENERGY
104 55 SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY CREATED PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-46.3-
56 (5.5).
1 (5) "SPARC PROGRAM" MEANS THE STRENGTHENING
2 PHOTOVOLTAIC AND RENEWABLE CAREERS (SPARC) WORKFORCE
3 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CREATED IN SECTION 24-46.3-503.
4 (6) "SPARC PROGRAM FUND" MEANS THE SPARC PROGRAM FUND
5 CREATED IN SECTION 24-46.3-505.
6 (7) "STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND
7 OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION" MEANS THE STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY
8 COLLEGES AND OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION CREATED IN SECTION
9 23-60-104.
10 (8) "STATE COUNCIL" MEANS THE STATE WORK FORCE
11 DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL CREATED IN SECTION 24-46.3-101.
12 24-46.3-503. Strengthening photovoltaic and renewable
13 careers (SPARC) workforce development program - creation - use of
14 funds. (1) THERE IS CREATED IN THE DEPARTMENT THE STRENGTHENING
15 PHOTOVOLTAIC AND RENEWABLE CAREERS (SPARC) WORKFORCE
16 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AS AN INITIATIVE OF THE DEPARTMENT, THE
17 STATE COUNCIL, THE STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND
18 OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, AND THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER
19 EDUCATION.
20 (2) THE PURPOSE OF THE SPARC PROGRAM IS TO CREATE
21 CAPACITY FOR AND BOLSTER TRAINING, APPRENTICESHIP, AND EDUCATION
22 PROGRAMS IN THE ENERGY SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY TO INCREASE
23 EMPLOYMENT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR, PRIORITIZING IN-DEMAND AND
24 GROWING OCCUPATIONS IN THE ENERGY SECTOR, WHERE INSUFFICIENT
25 TRAINING, EDUCATION, AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS EXIST TO MEET
26 GROWING DEMAND. THE SPARC PROGRAM WILL CAPITALIZE ON THE
27 COMPONENTS OF THE ENERGY SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY, INCLUDING
28 COMPETENCY-BASED EDUCATION AND ASSESSMENT, MODULARIZED
29 CURRICULA, INTEGRATED CREDIT AND NONCREDIT PROGRAMS, STACKED
30 AND LATTICED CREDENTIALS, APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS, AND
31 COMPREHENSIVE, PERSONALIZED STUDENT SUPPORT AND CAREER
32 GUIDANCE.
33 (3) IN ANY STATE FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
34 APPROPRIATES MONEY FOR THE SPARC PROGRAM, THE DEPARTMENT, THE
35 STATE COUNCIL, THE STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND
36 OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, AND THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER
37 EDUCATION SHALL USE THE MONEY APPROPRIATED TO EXPAND THE
38 CAPACITY OF TRAINING PROGRAMS AND FOR THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES,
39 AS APPLICABLE, TO SUPPORT APPRENTICESHIPS, TRAINING, AND
40 EDUCATION IN THE ENERGY SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY:
41 (a) CAREER AND TRAINING COUNSELING;
42 (b) CAREER AND ACADEMIC EXPLORATION AND PLANNING;
43 (c) SCHOLARSHIPS;
44 (d) EMPLOYER-PROVIDED TRAINING;
45 (e) APPRENTICESHIPS;
46 (f) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION;
47 (g) WORK-BASED TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES;
48 (h) NEED-BASED SERVICES;
49 (i) TRANSPORTATION;
50 (j) EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES;
51 (k) RETENTION SERVICES;
52 (l) TRAINING PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION;
53 (m) SPARC PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AND ADMINISTRATION,
54 INCLUDING REPORTING ACTIVITIES; AND
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1 (n) OTHER PURPOSES AS DETERMINED BY THE DEPARTMENT, THE
2 STATE COUNCIL, THE STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND
3 OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, AND THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER
4 EDUCATION THAT ACHIEVE THE PURPOSES OF THIS PART 5.
5 (4) SUBJECT TO AVAILABLE APPROPRIATIONS, THE DEPARTMENT,
6 IN CONSULTATION WITH THE STATE COUNCIL, THE STATE BOARD FOR
7 COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, AND THE
8 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION, SHALL DETERMINE THE AMOUNT OF
9 FUNDING ALLOCATED FOR THE PURPOSES DESCRIBED IN SUBSECTION (3) OF
10 THIS SECTION FOR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN
11 COLORADO, LOCAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREAS, AND OTHER
12 PARTNERS, INCLUDING COMMUNITY-BASED NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.
13 NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER LAW TO THE CONTRARY, THE
14 DEPARTMENT, THE STATE COUNCIL, THE STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY
15 COLLEGES AND OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, AND THE DEPARTMENT OF
16 HIGHER EDUCATION, AS WELL AS EXPENDITURES OF MONEY FROM THE
17 FUND, ARE NOT SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE "PROCUREMENT
18 CODE", ARTICLES 101 TO 112 OF TITLE 24.
19 (5) (a) SPARC PROGRAM ACTIVITIES OR EXPENDITURES
20 AUTHORIZED PURSUANT TO THIS PART 5 MUST NOT:
21 (I) CIRCUMVENT ANY STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO
22 THE ACQUISITION OF A PLUMBING OR ELECTRICAL LICENSE OR THE
23 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE ACT OF EITHER THE PLUMBING OR ELECTRICAL
24 INDUSTRY OR ANY STATUTE THAT SPECIFICALLY DEFINES ANY RENEWABLE
25 ENERGY WORK AS WITHIN THE SCOPE OF LICENSED PLUMBERS OR
26 ELECTRICIANS OR PROPERLY SUPERVISED APPRENTICES; OR
27 (II) CIRCUMVENT ANY ESTABLISHED INDUSTRY STANDARD FOR
28 ON-THE-JOB TRAINING REQUIREMENTS OR CLASSROOM EDUCATION
29 REQUIREMENTS OF THE ESTABLISHED COLORADO APPRENTICESHIP
30 PROGRAMS REGISTERED THROUGH THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
31 LABOR OFFICE OF APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING OR A STATE APPRENTICESHIP
32 COUNCIL RECOGNIZED BY THAT OFFICE.
33 (b) TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE, THE SPARC PROGRAM MUST
34 SUPPORT ACTIVITIES THAT SUPPORT PARTICIPATION IN COLORADO
35 APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS REGISTERED THROUGH THE UNITED STATES
36 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR OFFICE OF APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING OR A STATE
37 APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL RECOGNIZED BY THAT OFFICE AND PRIORITIZE
38 PROGRAMS THAT SEEK TO HELP WORKERS ATTAIN A PROFESSIONAL
39 CREDENTIAL, AN INDUSTRY STANDARD CERTIFICATION, OR A
40 PROFESSIONAL LICENSE.
41 24-46.3-504. Reporting requirements. (1) ON OR BEFORE
42 NOVEMBER 1, 2022, AND ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER 1 EACH YEAR
43 THEREAFTER UNTIL THE REPEAL OF THE SPARC PROGRAM, THE STATE
44 COUNCIL SHALL SUBMIT A REPORT TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
45 BUSINESS AFFAIRS AND LABOR COMMITTEE, THE HOUSE OF
46 REPRESENTATIVES ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, THE HOUSE
47 OF REPRESENTATIVES EDUCATION COMMITTEE, THE SENATE BUSINESS,
48 LABOR, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE, THE SENATE TRANSPORTATION
49 AND ENERGY COMMITTEE, AND THE SENATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE, OR
50 THEIR SUCCESSOR COMMITTEES. AT A MINIMUM, THE REPORT MUST
51 INCLUDE A SUMMARY OF THE ENERGY SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY AND ITS
52 IMPLEMENTATION AND THE SPARC PROGRAM, INCLUDING AN
53 ACCOUNTING OF HOW MONEY WAS USED PURSUANT TO THIS PART 5 TO
54 EXPAND OR SUPPORT TRAINING, APPRENTICESHIP, AND EDUCATION
55 PROGRAMS IN THE ENERGY SECTOR CAREER PATHWAY TO INCREASE
56 EMPLOYMENT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR.
1 (2) THE DEPARTMENT SHALL ALSO PRESENT AN EXECUTIVE
2 SUMMARY OF THE ANNUAL REPORT ON THE SPARC PROGRAM AT THE
3 DEPARTMENT'S ANNUAL PRESENTATION TO THE LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE
4 OF REFERENCE PURSUANT TO THE "STATE MEASUREMENT FOR
5 ACCOUNTABLE, RESPONSIVE, AND TRANSPARENT (SMART)
6 GOVERNMENT ACT", CREATED IN PART 2 OF ARTICLE 7 OF TITLE 2.
7 (3) FOR PURPOSES OF THE REPORTING REQUIREMENT SET FORTH IN
8 THIS SECTION, THE DEPARTMENT MAY REQUEST DATA AND INFORMATION
9 FROM ENTITIES RECEIVING OR USING MONEY APPROPRIATED FOR PURPOSES
10 OF THIS PART 5.
11 (4) NOTWITHSTANDING SECTION 24-1-136 (11)(a)(I), THE
12 REPORTING REQUIREMENT SET FORTH IN THIS SECTION CONTINUES UNTIL
13 THE SPARC PROGRAM REPEALS PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-46.3-506.
14 24-46.3-505. SPARC program fund - creation - appropriations
15 from the fund. (1) THE SPARC PROGRAM FUND, REFERRED TO IN THIS
16 SECTION AS THE "FUND", IS CREATED IN THE STATE TREASURY. THE FUND
17 CONSISTS OF MONEY TRANSFERRED TO THE FUND PURSUANT TO
18 SUBSECTION (2) OF THIS SECTION AND ANY OTHER MONEY THAT THE
19 GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY APPROPRIATE OR TRANSFER TO THE FUND. IN
20 ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 24-36-114 (1), THE STATE TREASURER SHALL
21 CREDIT ALL INTEREST AND INCOME DERIVED FROM THE DEPOSIT AND
22 INVESTMENT OF MONEY IN THE FUND TO THE GENERAL FUND.
23 (2) ON JULY 1, 2021, THE STATE TREASURER SHALL TRANSFER FIVE
24 MILLION DOLLARS FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO THE FUND.
25 (3) (a) SUBJECT TO ANNUAL APPROPRIATION BY THE GENERAL
26 ASSEMBLY FOR THE 2021-22, 2022-23, 2023-24, AND 2024-25 STATE
27 FISCAL YEARS, THE DEPARTMENT, THE STATE COUNCIL, THE STATE BOARD
28 FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, AND THE
29 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION MAY EXPEND MONEY FROM THE FUND
30 FOR PURPOSES OF THIS PART 5.
31 (b) ANY MONEY APPROPRIATED PURSUANT TO THIS SECTION IN A
32 STATE FISCAL YEAR THAT IS NOT ENCUMBERED OR EXPENDED AT THE END
33 OF THAT STATE FISCAL YEAR REMAINS AVAILABLE FOR EXPENDITURE IN
34 THE NEXT FISCAL YEAR FOR THE SAME PURPOSES WITHOUT FURTHER
35 APPROPRIATION.
36 (c) THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY APPROPRIATE MONEY FROM THE
37 FUND TO PAY THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS INCURRED TO ADMINISTER
38 THE SPARC PROGRAM.
39 (4) THE STATE TREASURER SHALL TRANSFER ALL UNEXPENDED
40 AND UNENCUMBERED MONEY IN THE FUND ON JUNE 30, 2026, TO THE
41 GENERAL FUND.
42 24-46.3-506. Repeal of part. THIS PART 5 IS REPEALED, EFFECTIVE
43 JULY 1, 2026.
44 SECTION 3. Safety clause. The general assembly hereby finds,
45 determines, and declares that this act is necessary for the immediate
46 preservation of the public peace, health, or safety.".
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