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Local Government Authority to Regulate
H. Health & Insurance
Reps. Kerry Tipper, D-Lakewood, and Chris Kennedy, D-Lakewood; Sens. Rhonda Fields, D-Aurora, and Kevin Priola, R-Brighton
This legislation is based on the conver
CML is will be initiating legislation in 2019 to remove a state statute that may prohibit the local prohibition of plastic products within their municipalities. C.R.S.
25-17-104 states: “No unit of local government shall
require or prohibit the use or sale of specific types of plastic materials or products or
restrict or mandate containers, packaging, or labeling for any consumer products.” Definitions
are found in C.R.S. 25-17-102.
2 Crew Member Requirement for Railroad Trains
H. Transportation & Local Government
Rep. Tom Sullivan, D-Centennial; Rep. Daneya Esgar, D-Pueblo
HB 19-1034 requires a common carrier engaged in the transportation of property by
SB 19-032 expands the petitioning authority to the Colorado State Patrol for HazMat route locations to include public highway authorities and or the governmental entity in a public private partnership. The legislation also requires CDOT to conduct a feasibility study on the safe transport of HazMat material through the Eisenhower-Edwin C. Johnson Memorial Tunnel.
HB 19-1157 seeks to modify the rates of Specific Ownership
Tax (SOT) imposed on motor vehicles less the 25 years old to increase total
amount of revenue collected. The net increase in revenue generated, would then
be transferred to Highway Users Tax Fund (HUTF) and distributed through the
existing “second stream” formula used to allocate transportation funding to the
state, counties and municipalities.