Amendments for SB22-230

Senate Journal, April 29
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that SB22-230 be amended
as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee of the Whole with favorable
recommendation.
Amend printed bill, page 36, after line 6 insert:

"SECTION 3. Appropriation. (1) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year,
$480,753 is appropriated to the department of labor and employment. This
appropriation is from the general fund. To implement this act, the department
may use this appropriation as follows:
(a) $303,327 for use by division of labor standards and statistics for
program costs related to labor standards, which amount is based on an
assumption that the subdivision will require an additional 3.0 FTE; and
(b) $177,426 for the purchase of legal services.
(2) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $177,426 is appropriated to the
department of law. This appropriation is from reappropriated funds received
from the department of labor and employment under subsection (1)(b) of this
section and is based on an assumption that the department of law will require
an additional 1.0 FTE. To implement this act, the department of law may use
this appropriation to provide legal services for the department of labor and
employment.".

Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.

Page 1, line 102, strike "BARGAINING." and substitute "BARGAINING, AND, IN
CONNECTION THEREWITH, MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.".


Senate Journal, April 29
SB22-230 by Senator(s) Fenberg and Moreno, Bridges, Buckner, Coleman, Danielson, Fields, Ginal,
Gonzales, Hansen, Hinrichsen, Jaquez Lewis, Kolker, Lee, Pettersen, Rodriguez, Story,
Winter, Zenzinger; also Representative(s) Esgar, Bacon, Benavidez, Cutter, Froelich,
Garnett, Gonzales-Gutierrez, Jodeh, Kennedy, Lindsay, Lontine, Ortiz, Sullivan, Titone--
Concerning the expansion of county employees' rights to collective bargaining.

Amendment No. 1, Appropriations Committee Amendment.
(Printed in Senate Journal, April 29, page(s) 1080 and placed in members' bill files.)

Amendment No. 2(L.265), by Senator Fenberg.

Amend printed bill, page 14, after line 2 insert:

"(2) NOTHING IN THIS ARTICLE 3.3 OR IN A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
AGREEMENT MAY RESTRICT, DUPLICATE, OR USURP ANY RESPONSIBILITY OR
AUTHORITY GRANTED TO THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ANY COUNTY BY THE
STATE CONSTITUTION, A HOME RULE COUNTY CHARTER, OR ANY OTHER STATE
LAW.
(3) NOTHING IN THIS ARTICLE 3.3 PREVENTS A COUNTY FROM
CONVENING OR ENGAGING IN DISCUSSIONS WITH ANY COUNTY EMPLOYEE OR
GROUP OF COUNTY EMPLOYEES TO ACCOMPLISH THE RIGHTS AND
RESPONSIBILITIES DESCRIBED IN SUBSECTION (1) OF THIS SECTION.".


Amendment No. 3(L.255), by Senator Fenberg.

Amend printed bill, page 32, line 24, strike "ORGANIZATION;" and substitute
"ORGANIZATION; EXCEPT THAT THE COUNTY MAY RESPOND TO QUESTIONS FROM
A COUNTY EMPLOYEE PERTAINING TO THE COUNTY EMPLOYEE'S EMPLOYMENT
OR ANY MATTER DESCRIBED IN THIS PART 3.3, AS LONG AS THE RESPONSE IS
NEUTRAL TOWARD PARTICIPATION IN, SELECTION OF, AND MEMBERSHIP IN AN
EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION;".


Amendment No. 4(L.248), by Senator Fenberg.

Amend printed bill, page 6, lines 14 and 15, strike "DISCHARGE FOR OTHER
THAN JUST CAUSE." and substitute "DISCHARGE, IF SUCH DISCHARGE IS SUBJECT
TO APPEAL UNDER AN APPLICABLE APPEALS PROCESS.".

Page 10, after line13, insert:

"(4) THE DISCUSSIONS DESCRIBED IN SUBSECTION (3)(a) OF THIS
SUBSECTION DO NOT INCLUDE INFORMAL DISCUSSIONS OR ORDINARY COACHING
CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN COUNTY EMPLOYEES AND THEIR MANAGERS OR
SUPERVISORS.".

Renumber succeeding subsections accordingly.

Page 27, lines 14 and 15, strike "IMPOSED FOR JUST CAUSE" and substitute
"IMPOSED, IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE STANDARDS OR PROCEDURES,".

Page 36, strike "JANUARY 1," and substitute "JULY 1,".
Amendment No. 5(L.269), by Senator Fenberg.

Amend printed bill, page 22, strike lines 10 through 27.

Page 23, strike lines 1 through 15 and substitute:

"(1) THE DIRECTOR SHALL, UPON RECEIPT OF A PETITION FOR A
REPRESENTATION ELECTION, DESIGNATE THE APPROPRIATE BARGAINING UNIT
FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS SECTION. THE
DESIGNATION MUST BE DETERMINED BY:
(a) CONSENT OF THE PARTIES; OR
(b) IF THERE IS NOT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE PARTIES, AN
ADMINISTRATIVE DETERMINATION OF THE DIRECTOR.
(2) IN DETERMINING THE APPROPRIATENESS OF A BARGAINING UNIT, THE
DIRECTOR SHALL CONSIDER:
(a) THE DESIRES OF THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES;
(b) THE SIMILARITY OF DUTIES, SKILLS, AND WORKING CONDITIONS OF
THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES INVOLVED;
(c) THE WAGES, HOURS, AND OTHER WORKING CONDITIONS OF THE
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES;
(d) THE ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE AND SIZE OF THE PUBLIC
EMPLOYER;
(e) THE HISTORY OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING WITH THAT PUBLIC
EMPLOYER, IF ANY, AND WITH SIMILAR PUBLIC EMPLOYERS; AND
(f) OTHER FACTORS THAT ARE NORMALLY OR TRADITIONALLY TAKEN
INTO CONSIDERATION IN DETERMINING THE APPROPRIATENESS OF BARGAINING
UNITS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR.".


Amendment No. 6(L.257), by Senator Donovan.

Amend printed bill, page 25, strike lines 16 and 17 and substitute
"CONSOLIDATED UPON THE REQUEST OF THE COUNTY.".


Amendment No. 7(L.266), by Senator Donovan.

Amend printed bill, page 4, lines 15 and 16, strike "COUNTY, THROUGH ITS
DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVES," and substitute "COUNTY".

Page 25, line 20, strike "COUNTY" and substitute "COUNTY, WITH THE APPROVAL
OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY,".


Amendment No. 8(L.270), by Senator Kolker.

Amend printed bill, page 16, line 23, strike "JANUARY 1," and substitute "JULY
1,".

Page 16, strike lines 26 and 27.

Page 17, strike lines1 through 6 and substitute "BARGAINING UNIT UPON A
SECRET BALLOT ELECTION IN WHICH THE EMPLOYEE".

Page 17, line 14, strike "OR MAJORITY SUPPORT".

Page 17, line 19, strike "OR DEMONSTRATION OF MAJORITY SUPPORT".

Page 18, line 4, strike "JANUARY 1, 2023," and substitute "JULY 1, 2023,".

Page 18, line 20, strike "(a)".

Page 18, strike line 27.

Page 19, strike lines 1 through 10.


Amendment No. 9(L.272), by Senator Gardner.

Amend printed bill, page 5, strike lines 12 through 16 and substitute:
"(a) REQUIRED TO DEVELOP OR PRESENT MANAGEMENT POSITIONS WITH
RESPECT TO EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATIONS OR WHOSE DUTIES NORMALLY
REQUIRE ACCESS TO CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION THAT IS USED TO CONTRIBUTE
SIGNIFICANTLY TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MANAGEMENT POSITIONS; OR".

As amended, ordered engrossed and placed on the calendar for third reading and final
passage.



House Journal, May 5
5 SB22-230 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
6 the Committee on Appropriations with favorable
7 recommendation:
8
9 Amend reengrossed bill, page 5, line 24, strike "SYSTEM" and substitute
10 "SYSTEM,".
11
12 Page 36, line 11, strike "JULY 1, 2023." and substitute "July 1, 2023;
13 except that section 8-3.3-106, Colorado Revised Statutes, enacted in
14 section 2 of this act, and sections 3 through 5 of this act take effect July 1,
15 2022.".
16

House Journal, May 6
18 SB22-230 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
19 the Committee of the Whole with favorable
20 recommendation:
21
22 Amend reengrossed bill page 35, line 24 strike "$480,753" and substitute
23 "$326,092".
24
25 Page 35, line 27 strike "$303,327" and substitute "$266,950".
26
27 Page 36, line 2 strike "3.0" and substitute "2.5".
28
29 Page 36, line 3 strike "$177,426" and substitute "$59,142".
30
31 Page 36, line 4 strike "$177,426" and substitute "$59,142".
32
33 Page 36, line 8 strike "1.0" and substitute "0.3".
34
35

House Journal, May 6
41 Amendment No. 1, Appropriations Report, dated May 6, 2022, and
42 placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, May
43 6, 2022.
44
45 Amendment No. 2, State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs Report,
46 dated May 5, 2022, and placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed
47 in House Journal, May 5, 2022.
48
49 Amendment No. 3, by Representative McLachlan.
50
51 Amend reengrossed bill, page 5, after line 21 insert:
52
53 "(II) A COUNTY WITH A POPULATION OF LESS THAN FIVE
54 THOUSAND PEOPLE PURSUANT TO THE OFFICIAL FIGURES OF THE MOST
55 RECENT UNITED STATES DECENNIAL CENSUS;".
1 Renumber succeeding subparagraphs accordingly.
2
3 Amendment No. 4, by Representative Esgar.
4
5 Amend reengrossed bill, page 12, line 15, before "AUTHORIZED" insert
6 "VOLUNTARILY".
7
8 As amended, ordered revised and placed on the Calendar for Third
9 Reading and Final Passage.
10

House Journal, May 6
35 Amend reengrossed bill, page 5, after line 9 insert:
36 "(5) "CONCERTED ACTIVITY" MEANS ANY ACTIVITY WHERE TWO OR
37 MORE EMPLOYEES ACT TOGETHER TO IMPROVE THE TERMS AND
38 CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT, EXCEPT THAT "CONCERTED ACTIVITY"
39 DOES NOT INCLUDE STRIKES, WORK STOPPAGES, WORK SLOWDOWNS,
40 GROUP SICK OUTS, OR ANY ACTION THAT DISRUPTS THE DAY-TO-DAY
41 FUNCTIONING OF A COUNTY OR SUBDIVISION OF A COUNTY.".
42
43 Page 34, line 24, strikes "DISRUPTS, ON A WIDESPREAD BASIS," and
44 substitute "DISRUPTS".
45
46 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
47
48 YES 26 NO 36 EXCUSED 3 ABSENT
49 Amabile N Exum N Lynch N Sirota N
50 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder N
51 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
52 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
53 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
54 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
55 Bockenfeld Y Herod E Mullica N Valdez A. N
1 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
2 Bradfield Y Hooton Y Ortiz N Van Beber Y
3 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
4 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
5 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
6 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
7 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
8 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
9 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
10 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
18 Amend reengrossed bill, page 7, strike lines 7 through 9 and substitute:
19 "(a) WHOSE PRIMARY DUTY IS MANAGEMENT OF THE COUNTY OR
20 OF A CUSTOMARILY RECOGNIZED DEPARTMENT, DIVISION, OFFICE, OR
21 OTHER SUBDIVISION OF THE COUNTY.".
22
23 Page 7, line 12, after "TO" insert "EVALUATE THE PERFORMANCE OF, OR
24 TO".
25
26 Page 7, line 13, after "THE" insert "PERFORMANCE EVALUATION,".
27
28 Page 7, line 14, after "FIRING," insert "DISCIPLINE,".
29
30 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
31
32 YES 26 NO 37 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
33 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
34 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder Y
35 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
36 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
37 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
38 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
39 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
40 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
41 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
42 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
43 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
44 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
45 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
46 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
47 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
48 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
49 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
1 Amend reengrossed bill, page 9, line 13, strike "AND".
2
3 Page 9, line 16, strike "ORGANIZATION." and substitute "ORGANIZATION;
4 AND".
5
6 Page 9, after line 16 insert:
7 "(f) REFUSE TO PARTICIPATE IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, BECOME
8 A MEMBER OF A BARGAINING UNIT, OR PAY DUES OR MAKE ANY OTHER
9 PAYMENTS TO AN EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVE.".
10
11 Page 33, line 10, strike "OR".
12
13 Page 33, after line 10 insert:
14 (i) DISCIPLINE OR DISCHARGE A COUNTY EMPLOYEE FOR THE
15 REFUSAL TO PARTICIPATE IN A BARGAINING UNIT OR MAKE PAYMENT TO
16 AN EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVE; OR".
17
18 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
19
20 YES 24 NO 39 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
21 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
22 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
23 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
24 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
25 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
26 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
27 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
28 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
29 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
30 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
31 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
32 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
33 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
34 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
35 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
36 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
37 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
45 Amend reengrossed bill, page 6, line 11, after "(7)" insert "(a)".
46
47 Page 6, after line 15 insert:
48
49 "(b) "COUNTY EMPLOYEE" DOES NOT INCLUDE RECORDING
50 EMPLOYEES IN THE OFFICE OF A COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER.".
51
52 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
53
1 YES 23 NO 40 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
2 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
3 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
4 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
5 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
6 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
7 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
8 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
9 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
10 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
11 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
12 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
13 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
14 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
15 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
16 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
17 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
18 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
26 Amend reengrossed bill, page 34, line 17, after "3.3" insert "OR A COUNTY
27 EMPLOYEE".
28
29 Page 35, after line 15, insert:
30 "(e) A COUNTY EMPLOYEE WHO THREATENS, FACILITATES,
31 SUPPORTS, CAUSES, OR PARTICIPATES IN ACTIVITY AS SET FORTH IN
32 SUBSECTION (6)(a) OF THIS SECTION IS SUBJECT TO DISCIPLINE, INCLUDING
33 TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT, WITHOUT REPRESENTATION FROM AN
34 EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVE. AN EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVE THAT
35 VIOLATES SUBSECTION (6)(a) OF THIS SECTION MUST BE DEEMED
36 DECERTIFIED BY THE DIRECTOR AND MAY BE SUBJECT TO FURTHER
37 SANCTIONS OR FINES AS DETERMINED BY THE DIRECTOR.".
38
39 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
40
41 YES 28 NO 35 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
42 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
43 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder Y
44 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
45 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
46 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan Y Tipper N
47 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
48 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
49 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
50 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
51 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
52 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
53 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
54 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
55 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
1 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
2 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
3 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
11 Amend reengrossed bill, page 5, after line 21 insert:
12
13 "(II) ANY COUNTY, UNLESS BY MAJORITY VOTE, THE BOARD OF
14 COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY CHOOSES TO OPT INTO THIS ARTICLE
15 3.3;".
16
17 Renumber succeeding subparagraphs accordingly.
18
19 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
20
21 YES 23 NO 40 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
22 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
23 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
24 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
25 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
26 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
27 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
28 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
29 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
30 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
31 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
32 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
33 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
34 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
35 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
36 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
37 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
38 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
46 Amend printed bill, page 5, after line 21 insert:
47
48 "(II) THE OFFICE OF COUNTY CORONER;".
49
50 Renumber succeeding subparagraphs accordingly.
51
52 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
53
1 YES 22 NO 41 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
2 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
3 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
4 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
5 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
6 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
7 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
8 Bockenfeld N Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
9 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
10 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
11 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
12 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
13 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
14 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
15 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
16 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
17 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
18 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
26 Amend reengrossed bill, page 6, line 11, after "(7)" insert "(a)".
27
28 Page 6, after line 15 insert:
29
30 "(b) "COUNTY EMPLOYEE" DOES NOT INCLUDE EMPLOYEES OF THE
31 COUNTY DEPARTMENTS OF HUMAN SERVICES.".
32
33 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
34
35 YES 22 NO 41 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
36 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
37 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
38 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
39 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
40 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
41 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
42 Bockenfeld N Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
43 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
44 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
45 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
46 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
47 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
48 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
49 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
50 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
51 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
52 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
26 Amend reengrossed bill, page 3, after line 14 insert:
27 "(2) Therefore it is the intent of the general assembly to require
28 that the department of labor and employment conduct a study to
29 determine whether the counties in this state would be well-served by
30 permitting county employees to collectively bargain.".
31
32 Page 4, strike lines 4 though 13.
33
34 Renumber succeeding paragraphs accordingly.
35
36 Page 4, strike lines 25 through 27.
37
38 Strike page 5.
39
40 Page 6, strike lines 1 through 18.
41
42 Renumber succeeding paragraphs accordingly.
43
44 Page 6, strike lines 21 through 27.
45
46 Strike pages 17 through 35.
47
48 Page 36, strike lines 1 through 10 and substitute:
49 "8-3.3-102. Department - requirements of the executive
50 director- study - collective bargaining - recommendations. (1) THE
51 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT
52 SHALL CONDUCT A STUDY THAT INCLUDES THE SIXTY-FOUR IN THIS STATE
53 TO DETERMINE IF COUNTY EMPLOYEES SHOULD BE AUTHORIZED TO
54 COLLECTIVELY BARGAIN. THE STUDY MUST INCLUDE A STAKEHOLDER
55 PROCESS THAT INCLUDES, BOARDS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER, COUNTY
1 EMPLOYEES, AND OTHER INTERESTED INDIVIDUALS.
2 (2) THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT SHALL REPORT
3 ITS FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.".
4
5 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
6
7 YES 24 NO 39 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
8 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
9 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder N
10 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
11 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
12 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
13 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
14 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
15 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
16 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
17 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
18 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
19 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
20 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
21 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
22 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
23 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge N Young N
24 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
32 Amend reegrossed bill, page 5, after line 21 insert:
33
34 "(II) A COUNTY THAT OPTS OUT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS
35 ARTICLE 3.3 BY A VOTE OF THE BOARD OF THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
36 OF THAT COUNTY;".
37
38 Renumber succeeding subparagraphs accordingly.
39
40 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
41
42 YES 25 NO 38 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
43 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
44 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder Y
45 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
46 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
47 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
48 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
49 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
50 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
51 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
52 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
53 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
54 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
55 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
1 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
2 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
3 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
4 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
12 Amend the proposed McLachlan amendment (SB230_L.546), page 1,
13 line 2, strike "FIVE" and substitute "THIRTY-FIVE".
14
15 Renumber succeeding subparagraphs accordingly.
16
17 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
18
19 YES 26 NO 37 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
20 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
21 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder N
22 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
23 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
24 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan Y Tipper N
25 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
26 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
27 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
28 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
29 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
30 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
31 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
32 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
33 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
34 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
35 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
36 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
44 Amend the proposed McLachlan amendment (SB230_L.546), page 1,
45 line 2, strike "FIVE THOUSAND" and substitute "SEVEN THOUSAND FIVE
46 HUNDRED".
47
48 Renumber succeeding subparagraphs accordingly.
49
50 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
51
52 YES 27 NO 36 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
53 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
54 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder N
55 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
1 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
2 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan Y Tipper N
3 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
4 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
5 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
6 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
7 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
8 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
9 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
10 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
11 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
12 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
13 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
14 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
22 Amend reengrossed bill, page 5, after line 21 insert:
23
24 "(II) ANY COUNTY, UNLESS THE VOTERS IN A PARTICULAR
25 COUNTY, BY MAJORITY VOTE, OPT INTO THIS ARTICLE 3.3;".
26
27 Renumber succeeding subparagraphs accordingly.
28
29 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
30
31 YES 25 NO 38 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
32 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
33 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder Y
34 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
35 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
36 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
37 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
38 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
39 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
40 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
41 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
42 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
43 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
44 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
45 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
46 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
47 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
48 Speaker N

House Journal, May 6
28 Amend reengrossed bill, page 35, after line 22 insert:
29
30 "8-3.3-117. Provisions void if membership dues used for
31 organized crime. THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ARTICLE 3.3 AND ANY
32 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS ENTERED INTO PURSUANT TO THIS
33 ARTICLE 3.3 ARE VOID IF ANY MEMBERSHIP DUES PAID TO AN EXCLUSIVE
34 REPRESENTATIVE ARE USED FOR ORGANIZED CRIME.".
35
36 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
37
38 YES 23 NO 40 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
39 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
40 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
41 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
42 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
43 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
44 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
45 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
46 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
47 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
48 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
49 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
50 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
51 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
52 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
53 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
54 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
55 Speaker N
1 Representative Soper moved to amend the Report of the Committee of the
2 Whole to show that L.022 the following Larson and Carver amendment
3 as amended by L.023 to SB22-234 did pass:
4
5 Amend reengrossed bill, strike everything below the enacting clause and
6 substitute:
7
8 "SECTION 1. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 8-77-103, add (3)
9 as follows:
10 8-77-103. Advances from federal unemployment trust fund -
11 title XII repayment fund. (3) (a) THE TITLE XII REPAYMENT FUND,
12 REFERRED TO IN THIS SUBSECTION (3) AS THE "FUND", IS HEREBY CREATED
13 IN THE STATE TREASURY. THE FUND CONSISTS OF MONEY TRANSFERRED
14 BY THE STATE TREASURER PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-75-227 (3.5) AND
15 ANY OTHER MONEY THAT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY APPROPRIATE OR
16 TRANSFER TO THE FUND. MONEY IN THE FUND IS CONTINUOUSLY
17 APPROPRIATED TO THE DIVISION TO REPAY FEDERAL ADVANCES RECEIVED
18 PURSUANT TO THIS SECTION AND ANY INTEREST OWING ON SUCH
19 ADVANCES.
20 (b) THE REPAYMENT OF FEDERAL ADVANCES, AND INTEREST ON
21 SUCH ADVANCES, IS AN ALLOWABLE USE OF THE MONEY RECEIVED BY THE
22 STATE UNDER THE FEDERAL "AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT OF 2021",
31 23 PUB.L. 117-2, AS SPECIFIED IN 31 CFR 35.6 (b)(3)(ii)(A)(10)(i) AND
24 CFR 35.6 (b)(3)(ii)(A)(10)(ii).
25 SECTION 2. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 24-75-227, add (3.5)
26 as follows:
27 24-75-227. Revenue loss restoration cash fund - creation -
28 allowable uses - definitions - repeal. (3.5) NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
29 PROVISION OF THIS SECTION TO THE CONTRARY, ON SEPTEMBER 1, 2022,
30 THE STATE TREASURER SHALL TRANSFER SIX HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS
31 FROM THE REVENUE LOSS RESTORATION CASH FUND CREATED IN
32 SUBSECTION (2) OF THIS SECTION TO THE TITLE XII REPAYMENT FUND
33 CREATED IN SECTION 8-77-103 (3)(a).
34 SECTION 3. Act subject to petition - effective date. This act
35 takes effect at 12:01 a.m. on the day following the expiration of the
36 ninety-day period after final adjournment of the general assembly; except
37 that, if a referendum petition is filed pursuant to section 1 (3) of article V
38 of the state constitution against this act or an item, section, or part of this
39 act within such period, then the act, item, section, or part will not take
40 effect unless approved by the people at the general election to be held in
41 November 2022 and, in such case, will take effect on the date of the
42 official declaration of the vote thereon by the governor.".
43
44 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
45
46 YES 24 NO 39 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
47 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
48 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
49 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
50 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
51 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
52 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
53 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
54 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
55 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
1 Caraveo N Jodeh E Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
2 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
3 Catlin E Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
4 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
5 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
6 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
7 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
8 Speaker N

House Journal, May 11
15 Amend revised bill, page 5, line 22, strike "FIVE THOUSAND" and
16 substitute "SEVEN THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED".
17
18 The amendment was declared passed by the following roll call vote:
19
20 YES 60 NO 5 EXCUSED 0 ABSENT
21 Amabile Y Exum Y Lynch Y Sirota Y
22 Bacon Y Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder Y
23 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick Y Soper Y
24 Benavidez Y Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean Y Sullivan N
25 Bernett Y Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
26 Bird Y Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet Y Titone Y
27 Bockenfeld Y Herod Y Mullica N Valdez A. Y
28 Boesenecker Y Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
29 Bradfield Y Hooton Y Ortiz N Van Beber Y
30 Caraveo Y Jodeh N Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
31 Carver Y Kennedy Y Pico Y Weissman Y
32 Catlin Y Kipp Y Ransom Y Will Y
33 Cutter Y Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
34 Daugherty Y Lindsay Y Ricks Y Woodrow Y
35 Duran Y Lontine Y Roberts Y Woog Y
36 Esgar Y Luck Y Sandridge Y Young Y
37 Speaker Y
38
39 As shown by the following roll call vote, less than a majority of all
40 members elected to the House voted in the affirmative, and
41 Representative Pelton was not given permission to offer a second Third
42 Reading amendment:
43
44 YES 29 NO 36 EXCUSED 0 ABSENT
45 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
46 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder N
47 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
48 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
49 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan Y Tipper N
50 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
51 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
52 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
53 Bradfield N Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
54 Caraveo N Jodeh Y Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
55 Carver Y Kennedy Y Pico Y Weissman N
1 Catlin Y Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
2 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
3 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
4 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
5 Esgar N Luck N Sandridge Y Young Y
6 Speaker N
7
8 As shown by the following roll call vote, a majority of all members
9 elected to the House voted in the affirmative, and Representative Esgar
10 was given permission to offer a Third Reading amendment:
11
12 YES 61 NO 4 EXCUSED 0 ABSENT
13 Amabile Y Exum Y Lynch Y Sirota Y
14 Bacon Y Froelich Y McCluskie Y Snyder Y
15 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick Y Soper Y
16 Benavidez Y Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean Y Sullivan Y
17 Bernett Y Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
18 Bird Y Hanks N Michaelson Jenet Y Titone Y
19 Bockenfeld Y Herod Y Mullica Y Valdez A. Y
20 Boesenecker Y Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
21 Bradfield Y Hooton Y Ortiz Y Van Beber Y
22 Caraveo Y Jodeh Y Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
23 Carver Y Kennedy Y Pico Y Weissman Y
24 Catlin Y Kipp Y Ransom Y Will N
25 Cutter Y Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
26 Daugherty Y Lindsay Y Ricks Y Woodrow Y
27 Duran Y Lontine Y Roberts Y Woog Y
28 Esgar Y Luck N Sandridge N Young Y
29 Speaker Y
30
31 Third Reading amendment No. 2, by Representative Esgar.
32
33 Amend revised bill, page 25, after line 3 insert:
34
35 "(4) AN EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVE AND A COUNTY SHALL MAKE
36 A GOOD FAITH EFFORT TO COMPLETE NEGOTIATIONS SO THAT THE TERMS
37 OF A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT MAY BE EFFECTIVELY
38 CONSIDERED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DURING THE
39 ADOPTION OF THE COUNTY BUDGET. THE BOARD OF COUNTY
40 COMMISSIONERS IS NOT OBLIGATED TO MAKE AN APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS
41 NECESSARY TO FUND THE TERMS OF A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
42 AGREEMENT REACHED AFTER OCTOBER 15 OF THE YEAR PRIOR TO THE
43 BUDGET YEAR IF THE EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVE HAS NOT BEEN
44 CERTIFIED PRIOR TO JUNE 1 OF THE CURRENT YEAR UNLESS OTHERWISE
45 AGREED UPON BY BOTH PARTIES.".
46
47 The amendment was declared passed by the following roll call vote:
48
49 YES 64 NO 1 EXCUSED 0 ABSENT
50 Amabile Y Exum Y Lynch Y Sirota Y
51 Bacon Y Froelich Y McCluskie Y Snyder Y
52 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick Y Soper Y
53 Benavidez Y Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean Y Sullivan Y
54 Bernett Y Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
55 Bird Y Hanks N Michaelson Jenet Y Titone Y
1 Bockenfeld Y Herod Y Mullica Y Valdez A. Y
2 Boesenecker Y Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
3 Bradfield Y Hooton Y Ortiz Y Van Beber Y
4 Caraveo Y Jodeh Y Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
5 Carver Y Kennedy Y Pico Y Weissman Y
6 Catlin Y Kipp Y Ransom Y Will Y
7 Cutter Y Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
8 Daugherty Y Lindsay Y Ricks Y Woodrow Y
9 Duran Y Lontine Y Roberts Y Woog Y
10 Esgar Y Luck Y Sandridge Y Young Y
11 Speaker Y
12
13 The question being, "Shall the bill, as amended, pass?".
14 A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a
15 majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative, and the
16 bill, as amended, was declared passed.
17
18 YES 41 NO 24 EXCUSED 0 ABSENT
19 Amabile Y Exum Y Lynch N Sirota Y
20 Bacon Y Froelich Y McCluskie Y Snyder Y
21 Baisley N Geitner N McCormick Y Soper N
22 Benavidez Y Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean N Sullivan Y
23 Bernett Y Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
24 Bird Y Hanks N Michaelson Jenet Y Titone Y
25 Bockenfeld N Herod Y Mullica Y Valdez A. Y
26 Boesenecker Y Holtorf N Neville N Valdez D. Y
27 Bradfield N Hooton Y Ortiz Y Van Beber N
28 Caraveo Y Jodeh Y Pelton N Van Winkle N
29 Carver N Kennedy Y Pico N Weissman Y
30 Catlin N Kipp Y Ransom N Will N
31 Cutter Y Larson N Rich N Williams N
32 Daugherty Y Lindsay Y Ricks Y Woodrow Y
33 Duran Y Lontine Y Roberts Y Woog N
34 Esgar Y Luck N Sandridge N Young Y
35 Speaker Y
36 Co-sponsor(s) added: Representative(s) Amabile, Bernett, Bird, Boesenecker,
37 Caraveo, Duran, Exum, Gray, Herod, Hooton, Kipp, McCormick,
38 Michaelson Jenet, Ricks, Sirota, Valdez A., Weissman, Woodrow, Young
39