Amendments for HB22-1035

House Journal, February 7
28 HB22-1035 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
29 the Committee of the Whole with favorable
30 recommendation:
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32 Amend printed bill, page 3, strike line 7 and substitute "AND WELL-BEING;
33 SUPPORTING AFFORDABLE, HIGH-QUALITY, AND SUSTAINABLE LONG-TERM
34 SERVICES AND SUPPORTS; FOSTERING".
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36 Page 3, line 8, strike "SELF-SUFFICIENCY," and substitute
37 "SELF-SUFFICIENCY;".
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39 Page 3, line 9, strike "COMMUNITIES," and substitute "COMMUNITIES;".
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41 Page 5, line 11, after "EXPERTS," insert "AREA AGENCIES ON AGING,".
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43
1 Page 6, line 15, strike "PROTECT" and substitute "EMPOWER AND
2 PROTECT".
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4 Page 6, line 17, strike "INVOLVE" and substitute "MEANINGFULLY
5 INVOLVE".
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7 Page 7, line 3, strike "COLORADANS;" and substitute "COLORADANS,
8 PARTICULARLY THOSE WHO ARE MOST UNDERSERVED;".
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10 Page 7, line 8, strike "STATE" and substitute "STATE, REGIONAL,".
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12 Page 9, line 11, strike "REPRESENTATIVE" and substitute "DIRECTOR".
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14 Page 9, line 24, after "POLICY" insert "OR ELDER LAW".
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16 Page 9, line 25, strike "ISSUES." and substitute "OR ELDER RIGHTS
17 ISSUES.".
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19 Page 10, line 5, strike "GROUPS;" and substitute "GROUPS, AND
20 INDIVIDUALS RECEIVING COMMUNITY-BASED SOCIAL OR MEDICAL
21 SERVICES THAT SUPPORT INDEPENDENT LIVING;".
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23 Page 11, line 20, strike "FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION," and
24 substitute "AS USED IN THIS SECTION,".
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26 Page 12, line 26, strike "AND;".
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28 Page 12, after line 26 insert:
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30 "(XII) DISPARITIES AMONG OLDER COLORADANS;
31 (XIII) ELDER RIGHTS; AND".
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33 Renumber succeeding subparagraph accordingly.
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35 Page 13, lines 24 and 25, strike "AT THE DIRECTION OF" and substitute "IN
36 COORDINATION WITH".
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38 Page 14, after line 3 insert:
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40 "(3) THE COMMISSION MAY SEEK, ACCEPT, AND EXPEND GIFTS,
41 GRANTS, OR DONATIONS FROM PRIVATE OR PUBLIC SOURCES FOR THE
42 PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION TO SUPPORT GENERAL OPERATIONS, SPECIAL
43 PROJECTS, RESEARCH, AND STAFFING NEEDS.".
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45 Page 14, line 23, strike "STATE" and substitute "STATE, REGIONAL, AND
46 LOCAL GOVERNMENT".
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48 Page 16, strike lines 11 through 27 and substitute:
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50 "(g) (i) (I) Study and make recommendations to ensure that people
51 who are released from prison who are sixty-five years of age or older are
52 able to access health insurance after release, including:
53 (A) Health insurance options that might be available, including
54 medicare, medicaid, social security, the old age pension fund, or any other
55 potential options for health-care insurance, and any eligibility criteria that
56 may uniquely impact a formerly incarcerated population;
1 (B) Enrollment processes for each health insurance option and the
2 cost for each option;
3 (C) Processes the department of corrections would need to have
4 in place, both prior to release and after release, to ensure people sixty-five
5 years of age or older are able to enroll in affordable health insurance upon
6 release;
7 (D) Potential challenges, gaps, or resources needed to ensure that
8 inmates sixty-five years of age or older have health insurance upon
9 release; and
10 (E) Any other recommendations relevant to improving health-care
11 access for people sixty-five years of age or older after release from
12 prison.
13 (II) On or before January 1, 2022, the commission shall provide
14 a report with its findings and recommendations pursuant to this
15 subsection (1)(g) to the judiciary and health and insurance committees of
16 the house of representatives and the judiciary and health and human
17 services committees of the senate, or any successor committees. The
18 department of human services shall post the report on the Colorado
19 commission on aging's website.".
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21 Page 17, strike lines 1 through 10.
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23 Reletter succeeding paragraphs accordingly.
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25 Page 17, strike lines 20 through 27.
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27 Page 18, strike lines 1 through 6.
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29 Page 18, before line 7 insert:
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31 "SECTION 6. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 26-11-201, amend
32 (6) as follows:
33 26-11-201. Definitions. As used in this part 2, unless the context
34 otherwise requires:
35 (6) "Greatest social need" means the need caused by noneconomic
36 factors ,which include physical and mental disabilities, language barriers,
37 and cultural or social isolation, including that caused by racial and ethnic
38 status, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION, SEX, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER
39 IDENTITY, GENDER EXPRESSION, OR HIV STATUS, which THAT restrict an
40 individual's ability to perform normal daily tasks or which THAT threaten
41 his AN INDIVIDUAL'S capacity to live independently.".
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43 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
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45 Page 18, line 23, strike "AND OTHER AGING".
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47 Page 18, strike lines 24 through 27 and substitute "DEVELOPED IN
48 ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL GUIDELINES, WITH ADDITIONAL CONTENT TO
49 THE PLAN TO BE DETERMINED COLLABORATIVELY BETWEEN THE STATE
50 OFFICE, THE COMMISSION, AND THE TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
51 CONVENED IN THE STATE OFFICE PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (1)(k) OF THIS
52 SECTION. THE ADDITIONAL CONTENT TO THE PLAN REFLECTS THE
53 COMPREHENSIVE IMPACTS AND PLANNING ASSOCIATED WITH COLORADO'S
54 DEMOGRAPHICS.".
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1 Page 19, strike lines 1 through 3.
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3 Page 22, line 23, after "RESPECTIVE" insert "STATE".
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5 Page 23, strike lines 7 through 9 and substitute:
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7 "(3) THE TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE, IN COORDINATION
8 WITH RESPECTIVE STATE AGENCIES AND THE COMMISSION, SHALL IDENTIFY
9 APPROPRIATE POLICY STAFF WITHIN THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE FOR ONGOING
10 COORDINATION AND REPORTING NEEDS.".
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House Journal, February 11
34 Amendment No. 1, Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
35 Report, dated February 4, 2022, and placed in member’s bill file; Report
36 also printed in House Journal, February 7, 2022.
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38 As amended, ordered engrossed and placed on the Calendar for Third
39 Reading and Final Passage.
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Senate Journal, March 1
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that HB22-1035 be
amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee of the Whole with
favorable recommendation and with a recommendation that it be placed on the Consent
Calendar.

Amend reengrossed bill, page 18, strike lines 10 through 16 and substitute:

"(6) "Greatest social need" means the need caused by noneconomic
factors, which include physical and mental disabilities, language barriers, and
cultural or social isolation, including that caused by racial and ethnic status,
which AS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FEDERALLY PROTECTED CLASS STATUSES
RECOGNIZED BY SECTION 504 OF THE FEDERAL "REHABILITATION ACT OF 1973",
29 U.S.C. SEC. 794, AS AMENDED; THE FEDERAL "AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990", 42 U.S.C. SEC. 12101 ET SEQ., AS AMENDED; AND
TITLE VII OF THE FEDERAL "CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964", 42 U.S.C. SEC. 2000e
ET SEQ., AS AMENDED, THAT restrict an individual's ability to perform normal
daily tasks or which THAT threaten his AN INDIVIDUAL'S capacity to live
independently.".


Health & The Committee on Health & Human Services has had under consideration and has had a
Human hearing on the following appointments and recommends that the appointments be placed
Services on the consent calendar and confirmed:

MEMBER OF THE
HEALTH INSURANCE AFFORDABILITY ENTERPRISE

for a term expiring September 24, 2022:

Samuel "Todd" Young of Grand Junction, Colorado, to serve as a representative of a
business that purchases or otherwise provides health insurance for its employees,
occasioned by the resignation of Shawn Satterfield of Evergreen, Colorado, appointed.


Business, The Committee on Business, Labor, & Technology has had under consideration and has
Labor, & had a hearing on the following appointments and recommends that the appointments be
Technology placed on the consent calendar and confirmed:

MEMBERS OF THE
UNDERGROUND DAMAGE PREVENTION SAFETY COMMISSION

for a term expiring January 1, 2024:

Esther Williams of Arvada, Colorado, to serve as a representative of investor-owned
utilities, occasioned by the resignation of Eric Kirkpatrick of Castle Rock, Colorado,
appointed;

effective January 2, 2022 for terms expiring January 1, 2025:

Rob Martindale of Grand Junction, Colorado, to serve as a representative of transportation,
appointed;

Julie McCaleb of Anton, Colorado to serve as a member actively engage in farming or
ranching, appointed;

Terri King of Pueblo, Colorado, to serve as a representative of telecommunications and
broadband companies, appointed;

Dana Bijold of Arvada, Colorado, to serve as a representative of engineers, reappointed;

Raymond Keith Swerdfeger of Pueblo West to serve as a representative of excavators,
reappointed.


Business, The Committee on Business, Labor, & Technology has had under consideration and has
Labor, & had a hearing on the following appointments and recommends that the appointments be
Technology placed on the consent calendar and confirmed:

MEMBERS OF THE
BOARD OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS

for terms expiring July 1, 2024:

Chris Andrew Brownlee of Grand Junction, Colorado, to serve as a representative of real
estate appraisers with experience in appraisal management, reappointed;

Patrice Suzanne Campbell, SRA of Grand Junction, Colorado, to serve as a representative
of real estate appraisers with experience in eminent domain matters, reappointed;

Harriete Irene Sanders of Denver, Colorado, to serve as a public member, reappointed;

Christopher Chippindale of Highlands Ranch, Colorado to serve as an officer or employee
of a commercial bank experienced in real estate lending, appointed.


Business, The Committee on Business, Labor, & Technology has had under consideration and has
Labor, & had a hearing on the following appointment and recommends that the appointment be
Technology placed on the consent calendar and confirmed:

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATION

for a term expiring at the pleasure of the Governor:

Anthony Gherardini of Aurora, Colorado, appointed.