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    Action Taken on Legislation in the 2019 Legislative Session

    • Since last week, the Colorado General Assembly has taken action on tech-related legislation listed below. Throughout the legislative session you can see what bills CTA is monitoring through our CTA Legislative Tracker in the Member Only Content area accessed through your member portal.

    • Recent Action
    • HB 1240: Sales and Use Tax Administration
    • Passed out of the Senate on 5/1

    • SB 20: Wildland Fire Airspace Patrol System
    • Passed out of the House on 5/1
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    • SB 78: Open Internet Customer Protections in Colorado
    • Sent to the Governor on 4/25
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    • SB 90: Peer-to-peer Motor Vehicle Sharing Program
    • Senate passed Conference Committee report on 4/30
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    • SB 107: Broadband Infrastructure Installation
    • Sent to the Governor on 4/30

    • SB 169: Project Management Competencies for Certain Contracts
    • Sent to the Governor on 5/1

    • SB 171: Apprenticeships and Vocational Technical Training
      Passed out of the House on 4/29

    • SB 176: Expanding Concurrent Enrollment Opportunities
    • Passed House Second Reading on 5/1


    • Neguse, Taylor Launch Bipartisan Congressional Caucus on Innovation and Entrepreneurship
      Congressman Joe Neguse (D-CO) and Congressman Van Taylor (R-TX) are launching a bipartisan Congressional Caucus on Innovation and Entrepreneurship to promote federal policies that create jobs and to encourage the growth of early-state innovative companies. The Caucus will educate Members and staff on how the federal government can stimulate robust economic growth by fostering conditions that support entrepreneurs and their efforts to obtain the resources needed to start and grow their companies.
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