Bill # / Sponsor (s)
Bill Title
CCC Position

HB 17 1002

 Rep. Pettersen

 Sen. Merrifield

 
Child Care Expenses Income Tax Credit Extension

Concerning the extension of the income tax credit for child care expenses paid by a resident individual with a federal adjusted gross income of twenty-five thousand dollars or less.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION:  For the 3 income tax years prior to January 1, 2017, a residential  individual who  has a federal adjusted gross income of $25,000 or less may claim a  refundable state income tax  credit for child care expenses.

 The tax credit is equal to 25% of eligible child care expenses that the individual  incurred during  the taxable year, up to a maximum amount of $500 for a single  dependent or $1,000 for 2 or  more dependents. The bill extends the tax credit for 3  more income tax years.

  INTRODUCED: 01/11/2017 Introduced in House – Assigned to Finance &    House Appropriations

  SCHEDULED:  

  ACTION: 

  FINAL ACTION: 

  CLICK HERE TO READ  HB 17 1002

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor (s)
Bill Title
CCC Position

HB 17 1085

 Rep. P. Neville

 Sen. N/A

 
Women’s Health Protection Act

Concerning the adoption of the ‘Women’s Health Protection Act’. 

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION:  The bill requires all abortion clinics to file an annual registration  with the attorney  general. The attorney general shall create and make available the  registration form.  While keeping identifying information of any women who sought  an abortion private,  the registration form must include the following information:

 The number of abortions performed at the clinic during the previous year, including  the trimester in which the abortion was performed, based on appropriately  maintained records kept by the clinic;

 A specific report for each abortion performed at or after 20 weeks’ gestation;

 A description of the method or methods of abortion performed at the clinic;

 The name of each physician performing abortions at the clinic, along with the state  of each physician’s licensure, any board certifications or specialties maintained by  the physician, and any disciplinary action taken against the physician in the last 5  years;

 The number of babies born alive at the clinic during the year, whether the babies  were born prior to, during, or after the attempted completion of an abortion,  whether or not these babies survived, whether or not they were viable, and whether  or not they were transported to a hospital; and

 The number of patients, including women and born-alive infants, who were  transported to a hospital from the clinic following a partially or fully completed  abortion in the previous year.

 The attorney general has 30 days to reject an inaccurate or incomplete registration  form and 30 days from the date of discovery to reject a form that contains false or  fraudulent information. Failure to file a registration form or operating without a  registration form subjects an abortion clinic to a fine, a suspension, or closure. All  registration forms and inspection or investigation forms are public records.

 The attorney general has a duty to inspect, without notice, each registered abortion  clinic at least annually. At a minimum, each inspection must determine whether the  abortion clinic is performing abortions at or after 20 weeks’ gestation and whether it  is operating with:

 Medically modern ultrasound equipment;

 Equipment to preserve the life of and to resuscitate born-alive infants;

 Legally approved methods of medical and hazardous waste disposal;

 Medically safe standards for sterilization of instruments and procedure areas and  storage, medically safe policies for expired and opened medicines, and emergency  exits sufficient to accommodate a stretcher or gurney; and

 Proper ‘Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996’ policies.

 If the attorney general finds an inspection violation, he or she may impose a fine up  to $5,000 or impose a suspension or closure of the abortion clinic.

  INTRODUCED: 01/18/2017 Introduced in House – Health, Insurance &    Environment  Committee

 SCHEDULED: Thursday, February 9th at 1:30 p.m. in Room 271

 ACTION: 

 FINAL ACTION: 

  CLICK HERE TO READ  HB 17 1085

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor (s)
Bill Title
CCC Position

HB 17 1086

 Rep. Everett &  Nordberg

 Sen. Marble

 
Abortion Pill Reversal Information Act

Concerning creation of the ‘Abortion Pill Reversal Information Act’.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION:  The bill ensures that a woman is given information regarding the  possibility of  an abortion pill reversal so that she is fully informed and is given  options to continue the  pregnancy and preserve the mother-child relationship when  she desires to do so. The  department of public health and environment must  publish a statement on its website regarding  abortion pill reversal. The woman’s  doctor shall provide her with this statement at least 24 hours  before providing the  abortion pill.
  INTRODUCED: 01/18/2017 Introduced in House – Health, Insurance &      Environment  Committee

 SCHEDULED: Thursday, February 9th at 1:30 p.m. in Room 271

 ACTION: 

 FINAL ACTION: 

  CLICK HERE TO READ  HB 17 1086

 

 

Bill # / Sponsor (s)
Bill Title
CCC Position

HB 17 1116

 Rep. Hamner &  Exum

 Sen. Martinez-  Humenik

 
Continue Low-income Household Energy Assistance

Concerning low-income household energy assistance.

SUPPORT
 DESCRIPTION:  Current law provides that the department of human services low-  income energy  assistance fund, the energy outreach Colorado low-income energy  assistance fund, and the  Colorado energy office low-income energy assistance fund  receive conditional funding from the  severance tax operational fund through the  state fiscal year commencing July 1, 2018. The bill  removes the automatic repeal  which means that these funds will be eligible for this conditional  funding  indefinitely.
  INTRODUCED: 01/11/2017 Introduced in House – Assigned to Finance &  House Appropriations

 SCHEDULED: Thursday, February 16th Upon Adjournment, Room 112

 ACTION: 

 FINAL ACTION: 

 CLICK HERE TO READ  HB 1116