SCORECARD FOR 2016 SENATE LEGISLATION

 

Bill Number: SB 16-25 Bill Title:  End-of-life Options For Terminally Ill Individuals
Bill Sponsors: Sen. Merrifield  Rep. Court & Rep. Ginal
Description: Concerning end-of-life options for individuals with a terminal illness.
CCC Position:  OPPOSE  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
ACTION: February 3, 2016 Senate State Veterans & Military Affairs Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Senate State Veterans & Military Affairs Committee Postponed Senate Bill 16-025  indefinitely using a reversal of the previous roll call. There was no  objection to the use of the      reverse roll call, therefore, the bill was postponed indefinitely. The motion passed on a  vote of 3-2.
  Senate State Veterans & Military Affairs Committee  5 Members
  Senator Ray Scott   Republican   Yes
  Senator Jerry Sonnenberg   Republican   Yes
  Senator Owen Hill   Republican   Yes
  Senator Matt Jones   Democrat   No
  Senator Jessie Ul;ibarri   Democrat   No
 FINAL ACTION:  February 3, 2016 Senate Committee on State, Veterans, & Military  Affairs Postpone  Indefinitely

 


 

 Bill Number: SB 16-64 Bill Title: Death Penalty Jury Decision
 Bill Sponsors: Sen. Lundberg
 Description: Concerning measures related to death penalty cases.       
 CCC Position:  OPPOSE    CLICK HERE to Read the Bill
 ACTION: February 10, 2016 Senate Judiciary Committee Vote:
 MOTION: Senate Judiciary postponed Senate Bill 16-064 indefinitely using a reversal of the previous  roll call.  There was no  objection to the use of the reverse roll call, therefore, the bill was postponed  indefinitely. The  motion passed on a  vote of 3-2.
  Senate Judiciary 5 Members
  Senator Roberts   Republican   Yes
  Senator Lundberg   Republican   No
  Senator Aguilar   Democrat   Yes
  Senator Cooke   Republican   No
  Senator Jones   Democrat   Yes
FINAL ACTION:  February 10, 2016 Senate Committee on Judiciary Postpone Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: SB 16 154 Bill Title:  Income Tax Credits for Non Public Schools
Bill Sponsors: Sen. Lundberg & Rep. Ransom
Description: Concerning the creation of income tax credits for nonpublic education.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE  To Read the Bill
SENATE THIRD READING April 26, 2016  PASSED 18 TO 17
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat NO
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat NO
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat NO
Larry Garcia Democrat NO
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat NO
Rollie Heath Democrat NO
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat NO
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat NO
Michael Johnston Democrat NO
Matt Jones Democrat NO
John Kefalas Democrat NO
Andrew Kerr Democrat NO
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat NO
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat NO
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat NO
Jack Tate Republican YES
Nancy Todd Democrat NO
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat NO
Laura Woods Republican YES
 
ACTION:  House Education Committee Vote
MOTION: April 26, 2016 House Education Committee postponed Senate Bill 16-154 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 6-4, with one member excused.
House Education 11 Members
Brittany Petersen – Chair Democrat YES
Pete Lee Vice-Chair Democrat YES
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican NO
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican NO
Dominic Moreno Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican EXCUSED
Jim Wilson Republican NO
JoAnn Windholz Republican NO
FINAL ACTION:  House Committee on Education Postpone Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: SB 16 180 Bill Title:  DOC Program for Juvenile Offenders
Bill Sponsors: Sen. Woods, Sen. Jahn,  Rep. Kagan & Rep. Ransom
Description: Concerning a specialized program within the department of corrections for certain offenders who were convicted as adults for offenses they committed as juveniles.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE  To Read the Bill
SB 180 SENATE THIRD READING May 3, 2016  PASSED 30 to 5
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat YES
John Cooke Republican NO
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat YES
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat YES
Rollie Heath Democrat YES
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat NO
Matt Jones Democrat YES
John Kefalas Democrat YES
Andrew Kerr Democrat YES
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat YES
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat YES
Ellen Roberts Republican NO
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican NO
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican NO
Pat Steadman Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Nancy Todd Democrat YES
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat YES
Laura Woods Republican YES
 
SB 180 HOUSE THIRD READING May 10, 2016  PASSED 62 – 3
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican YES
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican YES
Perry Buck Republican YES
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican YES
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican NO
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican YES
Timothy Dore Republican YES
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican YES
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican YES
Janak Joshi Republican YES
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican YES
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican YES
Polly Lawrence Republican YES
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Tim Leonard Republican YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican YES
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro-Ratzlaff Republican YES
Patrick Neville Republican YES
Dan Nordberg Republican YES
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican YES
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican YES
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican YES
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican YES
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican NO
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican YES
Edward Vigil Democrat NO
Yeulin Willett Republican YES
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican YES
JoAnn Windholz Republican YES
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
FINAL ACTION:  PENDING

 


 

 Bill Number: SB 16 181 Bill Title:  Sentencing Juveniles Convicted Of Class 1 Felonies
 Bill Sponsors: Sen. Woods, Sen. Jahn,  Rep. Kagan & Rep. Ransom
 Description: Concerning the sentencing of persons convicted of class 1 felonies committed while the persons  were juveniles.
 CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE  To Read the Bill
SB 181 SENATE THIRD READING May 3, 2016  PASSED 33 to 2
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat YES
John Cooke Republican NO
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat YES
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat YES
Rollie Heath Democrat YES
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat YES
Matt Jones Democrat YES
John Kefalas Democrat YES
Andrew Kerr Democrat YES
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat YES
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat YES
Ellen Roberts Republican NO
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Nancy Todd Democrat YES
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat YES
Laura Woods Republican YES
 
SB 181 HOUSE THIRD READING May 10, 2016  PASSED 43 – 22
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican NO
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican YES
Perry Buck Republican NO
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican NO
Kathleen Conti Republican NO
Don Coram Republican NO
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican NO
Timothy Dore Republican YES
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican YES
Rhonda Fields Democrat NO
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
Janak Joshi Republican NO
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican YES
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican NO
Polly Lawrence Republican NO
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Tim Leonard Republican YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican YES
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro-Ratzlaff Republican YES
Patrick Neville Republican YES
Dan Nordberg Republican NO
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican NO
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican NO
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican NO
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican YES
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican NO
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican NO
Edward Vigil Democrat NO
Yeulin Willett Republican NO
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican NO
JoAnn Windholz Republican NO
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
FINAL ACTION:  PENDING

 

 

                           

               SCORECARD FOR 2016 HOUSE LEGISLATION

 

Bill Number: HB 16-1050 Bill Title:  Low-income Parents Ed Child Care
Bill Sponsors: Rep. Pettersen & Sen. Merrifield
Description:  Concerning a task force to address the child care needs of low-income parents of young children as the parents seek to advance their education.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
HB 1050 HOUSE THIRD READING April 18, 2016  PASSED 35 – 29 With 1 Excused
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican NO
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican NO
Perry Buck Republican NO
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican NO
Kathleen Conti Republican NO
Don Coram Republican EXCUSED
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican NO
Timothy Dore Republican NO
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican NO
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
Janak Joshi Republican NO
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican NO
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican NO
Polly Lawrence Republican NO
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Tim Leonard Republican NO
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican NO
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro-Ratzlaff Republican NO
Patrick Neville Republican NO
Dan Nordberg Republican NO
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican YES
Robert Rankin Republican NO
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican NO
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican NO
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican NO
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican NO
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican NO
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican NO
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican NO
JoAnn Windholz Republican NO
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican NO
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
 ACTION:  HB 1050 SENATE COMMITTEE VOTE: April 27, 2016 Senate State Veterans & Military Affairs Committee Vote:
  Senate State Veterans & Military Affairs Committee  5 Members
 MOTION: Postpone House Bill 16-1050 indefinitely using a reversal of the  previous roll call.  There was no  objection to the use of the reverse roll call,  therefore, the bill was postponed  indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 3-2.
  Senator Ray Scott   Republican  YES
  Senator Jerry Sonnenberg   Republican   YES
  Senator Owen Hill   Republican   YES
  Senator Matt Jones   Democrat   NO
  Senator Jessie Ul;ibarri   Democrat   NO
 FINAL ACTION:  Senate Committee on State, Veterans, & Military Affairs  Postpone Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: HB 16-1054 Bill Title:  End-of-life Options For Terminally Ill Individuals
Bill Sponsors: Rep. Court & Rep. Ginal ; Sen. Merrifield
Description:  Concerning end-of-life options for individuals with a terminal illness.
CCC Position:  OPPOSE  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
FINAL ACTION:  February 24, 2016 HB 1054 was laid over on the House Floor until June 1, 2016 – Deemed Lost

 

 

Bill Number: HB 16-1068 Bill Title: Regulation of Methadone Treatment Facilities
Bill Sponsors: Rep. Lundeen & Sen. Lambert
Description:  Concerning the regulation of methadone treatment facilities
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
ACTION: House State Veterans & Military Affairs Vote
MOTION: January 27, 2016 House State Veterans & Military Affairs Committee postponed House Bill 16-1068 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 5-4.
House State Veterans & Military Affairs 9 Members
 Su Ryden –   Chair Democrat YES
 Susan Lontine –   Vice-Chair Democrat YES
 Mike Foote Democrat YES
 Stephen  Humphrey Republican NO
 Tim Leonard Republican NO
 Patrick Neville Republican NO
 Dianne  Primavera Republican YES
 Max Tyler Democrat YES
 Cole Wist Republican NO
FINAL ACTION:  House Committee on State Veterans & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: HB 16-1146 Bill Title: Born Alive Infant Protection Act
Bill Sponsors:  Rep’s. Landgraf & Sias
Description: Concerning statutory definitions related to human beings to include every infant human being who is born alive at any stage of development.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
ACTION: House State Veterans & Military Affairs Vote
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 16-1146 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 5-4.
House State Veterans & Military Affairs 9 Members
 Su Ryden –   Chair Democrat YES
 Susan Lontine Vice-Chair Democrat YES
 Mike Foote Democrat YES
 Stephen  Humphrey Republican NO
 Tim Leonard Republican NO
 Patrick Neville Republican NO
 Dianne  Primavera Republican YES
 Max Tyler Democrat YES
 Cole Wist Republican NO
FINAL ACTION:  House Committee on State Veterans & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: HB 16-1180 Bill Title: Free Exercise Of Religion
Bill Sponsors:  Rep. Humphrey & Sen. T. Neville
Description: Concerning a person’s free exercise of religion.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
ACTION: House State Veterans & Military Affairs Vote
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 16-1180 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 5-4.
House State Veterans & Military Affairs 9 Members
 Su Ryden –   Chair Democrat YES
 Susan Lontine      Vice-Chair Democrat YES
 Mike Foote Democrat YES
 Stephen  Humphrey Republican NO
 Tim Leonard Republican NO
 Patrick Neville Republican NO
 Dianne  Primavera Republican YES
 Max Tyler Democrat YES
 Cole Wist Republican NO
FINAL ACTION:  House Committee on State Veterans & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: HB 16-1189 Bill Title:  Bingo-Raffle License Regulation 
Bill Sponsors:  Rep. Wist & Sen. Roberts
Description: Concerning the regulation of bingo-raffle licensees.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 ACTION:  HB 1189 HOUSE THIRD READING February 23, 2016  

 PASSED  59 – 4 with  2 Excused

REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican YES
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican YES
Perry Buck Republican YES
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican EXCUSED
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican YES
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican YES
Timothy Dore Republican EXCUSED
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican YES
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
Janak Joshi Republican YES
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican NO
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican YES
Polly Lawrence Republican YES
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Tim Leonard Republican YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican YES
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro-Ratzlaff Republican YES
Patrick Neville Republican YES
Dan Nordberg Republican YES
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican YES
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican YES
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican YES
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican YES
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican YES
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican YES
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican YES
JoAnn Windholz Republican NO
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 HB 1189 SENATE THIRD READING March 22, 2016  PASSED  35 to 0
  SENATOR PARTY VOTE
  Irene Aguilar Democrat YES
  Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
  Bill Cadman Republican YES
  Morgan Carroll Democrat YES
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat YES
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat YES
Rollie Heath Democrat YES
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat YES
Matt Jones Democrat YES
John Kefalas Democrat YES
Andrew Kerr Democrat YES
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat YES
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat YES
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Nancy Todd Democrat YES
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat YES
Laura Woods Republican YES
FINAL ACTION:  April 15, 2016 Governor Signed In To Law

 


 

Bill Number: HB 16-1200 Bill Title:  AG authority Over Fetal Tissue Transfers
Bill Sponsors: Rep. Ransom & Sen. Lundberg
Description: Concerning providing enforcement authority to the attorney general over unlawful transfers of fetal tissue from an induced termination of pregnancy.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
ACTION: House State Veterans & Military Affairs Vote
MOTION: March 21, 2016 Postpone House Bill 16-1180 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 5-4.
House State Veterans & Military Affairs 9 Members
 Su Ryden –   Chair Democrat YES
 Susan Lontine – Vice-Chair Democrat YES
 Mike Foote Democrat YES
 Stephen  Humphrey Republican NO
 Tim Leonard Republican NO
 Patrick Neville Republican NO
 Dianne  Primavera Republican YES
 Max Tyler Democrat YES
 Cole Wist Republican NO
FINAL ACTION:  House Committee on State Veterans & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: HB 16-1203 Bill Title:  Women’s Health Protection Act
Bill Sponsors: Rep. Patrick Neville
Description: Concerning the adoption of the “women’s health protection act”.
ACTION: House State Veterans & Military Affairs Vote
MOTION: April 7, 2016 Postpone House Bill 16-1180 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 7-6.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
House Health, Insurance & Environment 13 Members
 Beth McCann –    Chair Democrat YES
 Joann Ginal Vice-Chair Democrat YES
 J. Paul Brown Republican NO
 Janet Buckner Democrat YES
 Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
 Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
 Janak Joshi Republican  NO
 Gordon Klingenschmidtt Republican NO
 Lois Landgraf Republican NO 
 Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Su Ryden Democrat YES
FINAL ACTION:  House Committee on State Veterans & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: HB 16-1218 Bill Title: A Woman’s Right to Accurate Health Care Information
Bill Sponsors: Rep. Saine & Sen. T. Neville
Description: Concerning Concerning the creation of the “women’s reproductive information guarantee for health and transparency (right) act”.
ACTION: House State Veterans & Military Affairs Vote
MOTION: April 21, 2016 Postpone House Bill 16-1180 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 7-6.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
House Health, Insurance & Environment 13 Members
 Beth McCann –    Chair Democrat YES
 Joann Ginal Vice-Chair Democrat YES
 J. Paul Brown Republican NO
 Janet Buckner Democrat YES
 Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
 Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
 Janak Joshi Republican  NO
 Gordon Klingenschmidtt Republican NO
 Lois Landgraf Republican NO 
 Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Su Ryden Democrat YES
FINAL ACTION:  House Committee on State Veterans & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

 


 

Bill Number: HB 16-1224 Bill Title:  Child Abuse Involving Human Trafficking of Minors
Bill Sponsors:  Rep. Lundeen & Sen. Woods
Description: Concerning child abuse involving human trafficking of minors.
CCC Position:  SUPPORT  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
 ACTION:  HB 1224 HOUSE THIRD READING March 15, 2016  PASSED  63 – 0 with 2 Excused
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican YES
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican EXCUSED
Perry Buck Republican YES
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican YES
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican YES
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican YES
Timothy Dore Republican YES
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican YES
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican YES
Janak Joshi Republican YES
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican YES
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican YES
Polly Lawrence Republican YES
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Tim Leonard Republican YES
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican YES
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro-Ratzlaff Republican YES
Patrick Neville Republican YES
Dan Nordberg Republican YES
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican YES
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican YES
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican YES
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican YES
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican EXCUSED
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican YES
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican YES
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican YES
JoAnn Windholz Republican YES
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican YES
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
 HB 1224 SENATE THIRD READING March 31, 2016  PASSED  35 to 0
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican YES
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat YES
John Cooke Republican YES
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat YES
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat YES
Rollie Heath Democrat YES
Owen Hill Republican YES
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican YES
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat YES
Matt Jones Democrat YES
John Kefalas Democrat YES
Andrew Kerr Democrat YES
Kent Lambert Republican YES
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican YES
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat YES
Tim Neville Republican YES
Linda Newell Democrat YES
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican YES
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican YES
Pat Steadman Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican YES
Nancy Todd Democrat YES
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat YES
Laura Woods Republican YES
FINAL ACTION:  April 15, 2016 Governor Signed In To Law

 


 

Bill Number: HB 16-1233 Bill Title: Changes to Death Penalty Trials
Bill Sponsors:  Rep. Ransom
Description: Concerning modifying the procedure for sentencing in class 1 felonies when the death penalty is sought.
CCC Position:  OPPOSE  CLICK HERE To Read the Bill
ACTION: House State Veterans & Military Affairs Vote
MOTION: Postpone House Bill 16-1146 indefinitely. The motion passed on a vote of 6-3.
House State Veterans & Military Affairs 9 Members
 Su Ryden –   Chair Democrat YES
 Susan Lontine      Vice-Chair Democrat YES
 Mike Foote Democrat YES
 Stephen  Humphrey Republican NO
 Tim Leonard Republican NO
 Patrick Neville Republican NO
 Dianne  Primavera Republican YES
 Max Tyler Democrat YES
 Cole Wist Republican YES
FINAL ACTION:  House Committee on State Veterans & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

 

 

Bill Number: HB 16-1386 Bill Title:  Necessary Document Program
Bill Sponsors:  Rep. Kraft-Tharp & Sen. Steadman
Description: Concerning a program to cover vulnerable populations’ costs of acquiring necessary documents.
CCC Position:  MONITOR  CLICK HERE  To Read the Bill
 ACTION:  HB 1224 HOUSE THIRD READING April 25, 2016  PASSED  39 -26 
REPRESENTATIVE PARTY VOTE
Jennifer Arndt Democrat YES
Jon Becker Republican NO
KC Becker Democrat YES
J. Paul Brown Republican NO
Perry Buck Republican NO
Janet Buckner Democrat YES
Terri Carver Republican NO
Kathleen Conti Republican YES
Don Coram Republican NO
Lois Court Democrat YES
Jessie Danielson Democrat YES
Brian DelGrosso Republican NO
Timothy Dore Republican YES
Crisanta Duran Democrat YES
Daneya Esgar Democrat YES
Justin Everett Republican NO
Rhonda Fields Democrat YES
Mike Foote Democrat YES
Alec Garnett Democrat YES
Joann Ginal Democrat YES
Millie Hamner Democrat YES
Dickey Hullinghorst Democrat YES
Stephen Humphrey Republican NO
Janak Joshi Republican NO
Daniel Kagan Democrat YES
Gordon Klingenschmitt Republican NO
Tracy Kraft Tharp Democrat YES
Lois Landgraf Republican NO
Polly Lawrence Republican NO
Steve Lebsock Democrat YES
Pete Lee Democrat YES
Tim Leonard Republican NO
Susan Lontine Democrat YES
Paul Lundeen Republican NO
Beth McCann Democrat YES
Jovan Melton Democrat YES
Diane Mitsch Bush Democrat YES
Dominick Moreno Democrat YES
Clarice Navarro-Ratzlaff Republican NO
Patrick Neville Republican NO
Dan Nordberg Republican NO
Dan Pabon Democrat YES
Brittany Pettersen Democrat YES
Dianne Primavera Democrat YES
Kevin Priola Republican NO
Robert Rankin Republican YES
Kim Ransom Republican NO
Paul Rosenthal Democrat YES
Catherine Roupe Republican YES
Su Ryden Democrat YES
Lori Saine Republican NO
Joseph Salazar Democrat YES
Lang Sias Republican NO
Jonathan Singer Democrat YES
Daniel Thurlow Republican NO
Max Tyler Democrat YES
Kevin Van Winkle Republican NO
Edward Vigil Democrat YES
Yeulin Willett Republican NO
Angela Williams Democrat YES
James Wilson Republican NO
JoAnn Windholz Republican YES
Faith Winter Democrat YES
Cole Wist Republican NO
Dave Young Democrat YES
 
 HB 1224 SENATE THIRD READING MAY 6, 2016  PASSED  23 – 10  with 2 Excused
SENATOR PARTY VOTE
Irene Aguilar Democrat YES
Randy Baumgartner Republican NO
Bill Cadman Republican YES
Morgan Carroll Democrat YES
John Cooke Republican NO
Larry Crowder Republican YES
Kerry Donovan Democrat YES
Larry Garcia Democrat YES
Kevin Grantham Republican YES
Lucia Guzman Democrat YES
Rollie Heath Democrat YES
Owen Hill Republican NO
Mary Hodge Democrat YES
Chris Holbert Republican NO
Cheri Jahn Democrat YES
Michael Johnston Democrat YES
Matt Jones Democrat YES
John Kefalas Democrat YES
Andrew Kerr Democrat YES
Kent Lambert Republican NO
Kevin Lundberg Republican YES
Vickie Marble Republican NO
Beth Humenik-Martinez Republican YES
Michael Merrifield Democrat YES
Tim Neville Republican NO
Linda Newell Democrat YES
Ellen Roberts Republican YES
Mark Scheffel Republican YES
Ray Scott Republican EXCUSED
Jerry Sonnenberg Republican NO
Pat Steadman Democrat YES
Jack Tate Republican NO
Nancy Todd Democrat YES
Jessie Ulibarri Democrat EXCUSED
Laura Woods Republican NO
 FINAL ACTION: PENDING