Brownstein Colorado Ballot Initiative Tracker

Brownstein’s Political & Regulatory Law Group presents this comprehensive tracker of all Colorado statewide ballot initiatives proposed during the 2017-2018 cycle, including any appeals from the Title Board to the Colorado Supreme Court. Information will be updated within 24 hours of any change. Where available, hyperlinks are provided to the initiative’s final text, title, review and comment memo, appellate decision, fiscal impact estimate and ballot analysis.

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2017-2018 Colorado Ballot Initiatives 

*A final list of initiatives certified for the November ballot will be available by Sept. 5.
 

Initiatives Certified for November Ballot

 

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Government Reform

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#1: Expand Role of Independent Ethics Commission (constitutional) – seeks to transfer responsibilities of the Commission on Judicial Discipline to the Independent Ethics Commission and to establish new procedures for prosecuting complaints against state judges

Will not appear on ballot – withdrawn by proponents

Proponents: Chris Forsyth and Laurie Forsyth

05/20/16:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

06/01/16:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

06/03/16:\
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

06/03/16:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/05/16:
Initial Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

12/07/16:
Title Board Hearing Scheduled; Withdrawn by Proponents Prior to Title Board Hearing

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Housing

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#2: Limit Residential Housing Growth (constitutional) – seeks to allow a county to limit residential housing growth uniformly throughout county, including in home rule cities within the county, so that the number of dwelling units does not increase by more than 1% annually

Will not appear on ballot – withdrawn by proponents

Proponents: Daniel Hayes and Julianne Page

Related Initiatives: #2, #3, #4, #47, #66

07/20/16:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council; Withdrawn by Proponents Prior to Review and Comment Hearing 

 

#3: Limit Residential Housing Growth (constitutional) – seeks to allow a county to limit residential housing growth uniformly throughout county, including in home rule cities within the county, so that the number of dwelling units does not increase by more than 1% annually

Review and Comment hearing held; was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Daniel Hayes and Julianne Page

Related Initiatives: #2, #3, #4, #47, #66

08/03/16:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

08/01/16:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/08/16:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 

#4: Limit Residential Housing Growth (constitutional) – seeks to allow a county to limit residential housing growth uniformly throughout county, including in home rule cities within the county, so that the number of dwelling units does not increase by more than 1% annually

Expired

Proponents: Daniel Hayes and Julianne Page

Related Initiatives: #2, #3, #4, #47, #66

10/24/16:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/03/16:
Review and Comment Memo Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/07/16:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/23/16:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/07/16:
Title Board Hearing Held; Title Denied for Lack of Single Subject

12/09/16:
Resubmitted Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/14/16:
Abstract and Revised Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

12/21/16:
New Title Board Hearing Held; Single Subject Approved and Title Set

12/28/16:
Motion for Rehearing #1 Filed and Motion for Rehearing #2 Filed

01/04/17:
Motions for Rehearing Denied Except to Extend that Title Amended by Title Board

1/11/17:
Appeal Filed with Colorado Supreme Court

05/30/17:
Opinion of the Colorado Supreme Court

08/07/17:
Petition Format Approved for Circulation 

11/30/17:
Signatures Due

 

#47: Limit Residential Housing Growth (statutory) – seeks to allow a county to limit residential housing growth uniformly throughout county, including in home rule cities within the county, so that the number of dwelling units does not increase by more than 1% annually (similar to initiatives #2, #3, and #4, but statutory rather than constitutional)

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Daniel Hayes and Julianne Page

Related Initiatives: #2, #3, #4, #47, #66

08/28/17:
Initial Text Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/08/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/11/17:
Review and Comment MemoReview and Comment Hearing Held

 

#66: Limit Residential Housing Growth (statutory) – seeks to allow voters to enact residential growth proposals on a county-wide basis and seeks to enact 1% annual residential growth limits in eight counties beginning in 2019 (similar to initiatives #2, #3, and #4, but statutory rather than constitutional)

Expired

Proponents: Daniel Hayes and Julianne Page

Related Initiatives: #2, #3, #4, #47, #66

10/16/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/18/17:
Letter issued

11/15/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/05/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

12/06/17:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

12/13/17:
Motion for Rehearing Filed

12/20/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

12/27/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/22/18:
Petition format approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

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Healthcare

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#5: Expand Scope of Medical Aid in Dying (constitutional) – seeks to expand use of “medical aid in dying” beyond patients possessing “mental competency” into “incompetency” if conditions of the patient’s “conditional medical aid in dying agreement” are met

Will not appear on ballot – withdrawn by proponents; proponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #8

Proponents: Lance Wright and Brandon Davis

Related Initiatives: #5; #8

11/08/16:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council; Withdrawn by Proponents Prior to Review and Comment Hearing

 

#8: Expand Scope of Medical Aid in Dying (constitutional) – seeks to expand use of “medical aid in dying” beyond patients possessing “mental competency” into “incompetency” if conditions of the patient’s “conditional medical aid in dying agreement” are met

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Lance Wright and Alvin Otsuka

Related Initiatives: #5; #8

12/12/16:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/16/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/27/16:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services 

 

#85: Disclosure of Health Care Charges (statutory) – seeks to increase price transparency in healthcare billing by requiring that fees are published publically, that bills are itemized, that carriers disclose the basis of payments, and that drug prices are transparent

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

12/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 

#114: Transparency in Healthcare Billing (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare billing transparency by requiring that fees are published publically, that bills are itemized, that carriers disclose the basis of payments, and that drug prices are transparent

Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/10/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

 

#115: Transparency in Healthcare Billing (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare billing transparency by requiring that fees are published publically, that bills are itemized, that carriers disclose the basis of payments, and that drug prices are transparent

Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/10/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

 

#116: Transparency in Health Insurance Billing (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare insurance carrier billing transparency by requiring that carriers post specific information related to billing on their websites 

Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/10/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

 

#117: Transparency in Prescription Drug Prices (statutory) – seeks to increase prescription drug prices transparency by requiring that pharmacies publish their retail drug prices

Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/10/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

 

#118: Transparency in Health Care Billing (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare billing transparency by requiring that fees are published publicly, that bills are itemized, that providers provide disclosures on participation in health plans, that carriers disclose the basis of payments, and that drug prices are transparent

Withdrawn

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/11/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/25/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Scheduled

 

#119: Transparency in Health Care Insurance Carrier Billing (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare insurance carrier billing transparency by requiring that carriers post specific information related to billing on their websites

Expired

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/11/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/25/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied Except for Changes to the Title

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 

#120: Transparency in Prescription Drug Prices (statutory) – seeks to increase prescription drug prices transparency by requiring that pharmacies publish their retail drug prices

Expired

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/11/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/25/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

 

#121: Transparency in Health Care Billing (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare billing transparency by requiring that fees are published publicly, that bills are itemized, that providers provide disclosures on participation in health plans, that carriers disclose the basis of payments, and that drug prices are transparent

Expired

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/11/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/25/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied Except for Changes to the Title

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 

#122: Transparency in Billing by Health Care Providers (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare provider billing transparency by requiring that providers publish its fee schedule or chargemaster for the healthcare services it provides

Expired

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/11/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/25/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied Except for Changes to the Title

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 

#123: Transparency in Health Care Billing (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare billing transparency by requiring that fees are published publically, that bills are itemized, that providers provide disclosures on participation in health plans, that carriers disclose the basis of payments, and that drug prices are transparent

Expired

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

01/11/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/24/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/26/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied Except for Changes to the Title

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/22/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

#146: Transparency in Health Care Billing (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare billing transparency by requiring that fees are published publically, that bills are itemized, that providers provide disclosures on participation in health plans, that carriers disclose the basis of payments, and that drug prices are transparent

Expired

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

02/08/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/22/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/23/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/23/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/23/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/05/18:
Fiscal Abstract Prepared by Legislative Council

03/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/14/18:
Motion for Rehearing

03/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Scheduled

03/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

03/28/18:
Petition Format Approved

03/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

#147: Transparency in Health Care Insurance Carrier Billing (statutory) – seeks to increase healthcare insurance carrier billing transparency by requiring that carriers post specific information related to billing on their websites

Expired

Proponents: David Silverstein and Andrew Graham

Related Initiatives: #85, #114, #115, #116, #117, #118, #119, #120, #121, #122, #123, #146, #147

02/08/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/20/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/22/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

02/23/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/23/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/23/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/05/18:
Fiscal Abstract Prepared by Legislative Council

03/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/14/18:
Motion for Rehearing

03/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Scheduled

03/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

03/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

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Alcohol

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#6: Lower Drinking Age to 18 (not specified whether constitutional or statutory) – seeks to lower the age to possesses, purchase, and consume beer, wine, and spirits from 21 years old to 18 years old

Will not appear on ballot –withdrawn by proponents; proponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #7

Proponents: James Leamon and Codey Tamez

Related Initiatives: #6; #7, #9

05/20/16:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council; Withdrawn by Proponents Prior to Review and Comment Hearing

 
#7: Lower Drinking Age to 18 (statutory) – seeks to lower the age to possesses, purchase, and consume beer, wine, and spirits from 21 years old to 18 years old
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: James Leamon and Codey Tamez

Related Initiatives: #6; #7, #9

11/21/16:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/02/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/05/16:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services 

 
#9Lower Drinking Age to 18 (statutory) – seeks to lower the age to possesses, purchase, and consume beer, wine, and spirits from 21 years old to 18 years old
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: James Leamon and Codey Tamez

Related Initiatives: #6; #7, #9

01/15/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/25/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/25/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

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Elections

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#10: Candidate Disclosure of Income Tax Returns (statutory) – seeks to require candidates for public office to disclosure their income tax returns prior to the election

Will not appear on ballot – withdrawn by proponents; proponents are pursuing related initiative #11

Proponents: Jason Legg and Scott Cadiz

Related Initiatives: #10; #11

01/31/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/6/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

Withdrawn and resubmitted

 
#11: Candidate Disclosure of Income Tax Returns (statutory) – seeks to require candidates for public office to disclosure their income tax returns prior to the election
Expired

Proponents: Jason Legg and Scott Cadiz

Related Initiatives: #10; #11

03/01/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/15/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/24/17:
Final text filed with the Secretary of State’s Office

03/31/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/05/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

05/01/17:
Petition Format Approved for Circulation

10/13/17:
Signatures Due

 
#30: Voter Registration Through Public Entities (statutory) – seeks to require any public entity that collects a person’s name, age, residence, citizenship information, identification information, and signature to provide those records to the Colorado secretary of state who must then provide that information to the county clerk in the county in which the person resides to automatically register the person to vote
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Jason Legg and Scott Cadiz

03/29/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/10/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/12/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#31: Criteria for Judicial Determinations of Congressional Districts (statutory) – seeks to add criteria for congressional districts to be in “compliance with the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965”
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Jason Legg and Scott Cadiz

03/29/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/10/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/12/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#32: Tax Revenue for Voter Per Diem (statutory) – seeks to increase state income tax to fund a $27 tax refund for taxpayers who vote in a statewide election
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Jason Legg and Scott Cadiz

03/29/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/10/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/12/17: 
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#33: Constitutional Amendments (constitutional) – seeks to allow for electronic signature collection for constitutional ballot initiatives
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents:Peter Coulter and Robin Austin

04/17/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/28/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/30/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#48: State Legislative Redistricting (constitutional) – seeks to establish an independent commission that is politically balanced to draw legislative districts that do not advantage any political party and that maximize the number of politically competitive districts
Withdrawn by proponents

Proponents: Kathleen Curry and Toni Larson

Related Initiatives: #48, #49, #50, #67, #68, #69, #171

09/06/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/18/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/20/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

09/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

09/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

09/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

10/04/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

10/04/17:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

10/11/17:
Motion for Rehearing Filed

10/17/17:
Response to Motion for Rehearing

10/18/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

10/25/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

11/29/17:
Remanded by Colorado Supreme Court to the Title Board for Rehearing

12/06/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Set

 
#49: State Legislative Redistricting (statutory) – seeks to establish a reapportionment commission that is politically balanced to draw legislative districts that do not advantage any political party and that maximize the number of politically competitive districts (similar to initiative #48 but statutory rather than constitutional)
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State; proponents appear to be pursuing initiative #68

Proponents: Kathleen Curry and Toni Larson

Related Initiatives: #48, #49, #50, #67, #68, #69, #171

09/06/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/18/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/20/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#50: Congressional Redistricting (statutory) – seeks to establish an independent commission that is politically balanced to draw congressional districts with the help of nonpartisan legislative staff that do not advantage any political party and that maximize the number of politically competitive districts
Withdrawn by proponents

Proponents: Kathleen Curry and Toni Larson

Related Initiatives: #48, #49, #50, #67, #68, #69, #171

09/06/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/18/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/20/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

09/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

09/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

09/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

10/04/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

10/04/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

10/11/17:
Motion for Rehearing Filed

10/17/17:
Response to Motion for Rehearing

10/18/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

10/25/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

12/18/17:
Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board

 
#67: State Legislative Redistricting (constitutional) – seeks to establish a reapportionment commission that is politically balanced to draw legislative districts that do not advantage any political party and that maximize the number of politically competitive districts
Withdrawn by proponents

Proponents: Kathleen Curry and Bill Hobbs

Related Initiatives: #48, # 49, #50, #67, #68, #69, #171

10/19/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/31/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/02/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

11/03/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/03/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/03/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/15/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

11/15/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

11/22/17:
Motion for Rehearing

12/06/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

12/13/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 
#68: State Legislative Redistricting (constitutional) – seeks to establish a reapportionment commission that is politically balanced to draw legislative districts that do not advantage any political party and that maximize the number of politically competitive districts
Withdrawn by proponents

Proponents: Kathleen Curry and Bill Hobbs

Related Initiatives: #48, #49, #50, #67, #68, #69, #171

10/19/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/31/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/02/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

11/03/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/03/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/03/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/15/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

11/15/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

11/22/17:
Motion for Rehearing

12/06/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

12/13/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 
#69: Congressional Redistricting (statutory) – seeks to establish an independent commission that is politically balanced to draw congressional districts with the help of nonpartisan legislative staff that do not advantage any political party and that maximize the number of politically competitive districts
Withdrawn by proponents

Proponents: Kathleen Curry and Bill Hobbs

Related Initiatives: #48, #49, #50, #67, #68, #69, #171

10/19/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/31/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/02/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

11/03/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/15/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

11/15/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

11/22/17:
Motion for Rehearing

12/06/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

12/13/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 
#95: Congressional Redistricting (constitutional) – seeks to create a citizens’ commission to create a congressional map that divides the state into competitive congressional districts that prioritize communities of interest and allows for judicial consideration of the maps drawn
Withdrawn

Proponents: Carla Cecilia Castedo Ribero and Robert DuRay

Related Initiatives: #95, #96

12/20/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/29/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/03/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/16/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Title Board Rehearing Scheduled

02/14/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/23/18:
Withdrawn by Proponents

 
#96: Legislative Reapportionment (constitutional) – seeks to create a non-partisan legislative reapportionment commission to create competitive districts in state legislative elections, provides for public hearings and comment on maps drawn, and allows for judicial review of reapportionment maps
Withdrawn

Proponents: Carla Cecilia Castedo Ribero and Robert DuRay

Related Initiatives: #95, #96

12/20/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/29/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/03/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/16/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/17:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held

02/14/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/23/18:
Withdrawn by Proponents

 
#151: Lower Voting Age to Age 16 (other) – seeks to lower Colorado’s voting age from 18 years old to 16 years old
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State; proponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #168

Proponents: Carl E. Reichley II and Rachelle Lee Reichley

02/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/06/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/08/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#168: Lower Voting Age to Age 16 (other) – seeks to lower Colorado’s voting age from 18 years old to 16 years old in state and local elections
Denied title setting

Proponents: Carl E. Reichley II and Rachelle Lee Reichley

03/16/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/28/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/30/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Title setting denied because the designated representatives failed to appear

 
#170: Congressional Redistricting (constitutional) – seeks to create a new congressional redistricting process through an independent congressional redistricting commission that creates districts with competitive elections and adding to the number of communities of interest that have to be considered in drawing new districts
Expired

Proponents: Carla Cecilia Castedo Ribero and Jayson Daniel Sime

03/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/03/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#171: Legislative Redistricting (constitutional) – seeks to establish an independent legislative redistricting commission that is politically balanced to draw legislative districts that do not advantage any political party and that maximize the number of politically competitive districts
Expired

Proponents: Kathleen Curry and Bill Hobbs

Related Initiatives: #48, #49, #50, #67, #68, #69, #171

03/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/05/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

03/30/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:

Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#173: Campaign Contributions (constitutional) – seeks to provide that if a candidate contributes or loans more than $1 million to his or her candidate committee, then all candidates in the same election who did not benefit from the contributions shall be entitled to accept aggregate individual
contributions for a primary or a general election at five times the current rate
On ballot; Secretary of State determined that a sufficient number of signatures were submitted

Proponents: Betty June Nikkel and Greg Brophy

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

05/24/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

08/06/18:
Petition submitted with signatures

09/04/18:
Statement of Sufficiency

 
#175: Runoff Primary Elections (statutory) – seeks to move the date of the primary election to April and require a runoff primary election in June if no political party candidate receives a majority of the votes in a primary election
Expired

Proponents: Anna Rose Kummerlowe and Hattie Lou Reed

Related Initiatives: #175, #176, #177

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#176: Runoff Primary Elections for Statewide Offices (statutory) – seeks to move the date of the primary election to April and require a runoff primary election in June if no political party candidate for a statewide office receives a majority of the votes in a primary election
Expired

Proponents: Anna Rose Kummerlowe and Hattie Lou Reed

Related Initiatives: #175, #176, #177

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#177: Runoff Primary Elections for Statewide Offices (statutory) – seeks to move the date of the primary election to April and require a runoff primary election in June if no political party candidate for congress or statewide office receives a majority of the votes in a primary election
Expired

Proponents: Anna Rose Kummerlowe and Hattie Lou Reed

Related Initiatives: #175, #176, #177

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

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Transportation

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#12: Transportation Bonds (statutory) – seeks to authorize $2.5 million in bonding for roads, bridges, construction, and maintenance of roads in Colorado

Will not appear on ballot – withdrawn by proponents; proponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #21

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

Related Initiatives: #12, #21, #22, #145, #148, #149, #150, #167, #172

03/10/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/21/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/24/17:
Review and Comment Hearing scheduled

 
#14: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.4% and to use the first $350 million to fund the highway users tax fund and to credit up to $100 million to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Roger Sherman and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/10/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/22/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/24/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#15: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax to for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.5% and to use the first $350 million to fund the highway users tax fund and to credit up to $100 million to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Roger Sherman and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/10/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/22/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/24/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#16: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax to for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.9% and to credit 35% of the net revenue to the highway users tax fund and the remaining 30% of net revenue to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Roger Sherman and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/10/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/22/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/24/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#17: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax to for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.5% and to credit 35% of the net revenue to the highway users tax fund and the remaining 30% of net revenue to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Roger Sherman and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/10/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/22/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/24/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#18: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax to for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.52% and to credit 35% of the net revenue to the highway users tax fund and the remaining 30% of net revenue to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Roger Sherman and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/10/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/22/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/24/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#21: Transportation Bonds (statutory) – seeks to authorize $2.5 million in bonding for roads, bridges, construction, and maintenance of roads in Colorado
Expired

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

Related Initiatives: #12, #21, #22, #145, #148, #149, #150, #167, #172

03/24/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/07:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Review and Comment hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/18/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/19/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/28/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

 
#22: Transportation Bonds (statutory) – seeks to authorize $3.5 million in bonding for roads, bridges, construction, and maintenance of roads in Colorado
Expired

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

Related Initiatives: #12, #21, #22, #145, #148, #149, #150, #167, #172

03/24/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Review and Comment hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/18/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/19/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/28/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

05/31/17:
Petition Format Approved for Circulation 

08/07/17:
Signatures Due

 
#23: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.52% and to credit 85% of the net revenue to the highway users tax fund and the remaining 15% of net revenue to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Expired

Proponents: James Moody and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/24/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/05/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Review and Comment hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/18/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/17:
TABOR Estimate Prepared by Legislative Council

04/19/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/28/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

 
#24: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.52% and to credit 85% of the net revenue to the highway users tax fund and the remaining 15% of net revenue to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Expired

Proponents: James Moody and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/24/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/05/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Review and Comment hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/18/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/17:
TABOR Estimate Prepared by Legislative Council

04/19/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/28/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

 
#25: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9 to 3.52% and to credit 85% of the net revenue to the highway users tax fund and the remaining 15% of net revenue to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Expired

Proponents: James Moody and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/24/17:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/05/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Review and Comment hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/18/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/17:
TABOR Estimate Prepared by Legislative Council

04/19/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/28/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

 
#26: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.4% and to credit 85% of the net revenue to the highway users tax fund and the remaining 15% of net revenue to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Expired

Proponents: James Moody and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/24/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/05/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Review and Comment hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/18/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/17:
TABOR Estimate Prepared by Legislative Council

04/19/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/28/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

05/03/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 
#27: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.9% and to credit 85% of the net revenue to the highway users tax fund and the remaining 15% of net revenue to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding
Expired

Proponents: James Moody and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/24/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/05/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Review and Comment hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/18/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/17:
TABOR Estimate Prepared by Legislative Council

04/19/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/28/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

05/03/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 
#28: Increase State Sales Tax to Fund Transportation (statutory) – seeks to increase state sales tax for 20 years beginning in 2018 from 2.9% to 3.52% and to credit 83% of the net revenue to the highway users tax fund, 15% of net revenue to the multimodal transportation options fund, and other transportation funding, and the remaining 2% of net revenue to a new high priority water project fund, and other transportation funding
Expired

Proponents: James Moody and Anthony Milo

Related Measures: #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28

03/24/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/05/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Review and Comment hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/18/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/17: 
TABOR Estimate Prepared by Legislative Council

04/19/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/28/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

05/03/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 
#145: Authorize Bonds for Transportation Projects (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fix Our Damn Roads” Act that requires the Department of Transportation to issue revenue anticipation notes in a maximum amount of $3.5 billion dollars with a maximum repayment cost of $5.2 billion and requires the department to use the proceeds for specific transportation projects
Withdrawn before Review and Commenting Hearing

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

Related Initiatives: #12, #21, #22, #145, #148, #149, #150, #167, #172

01/29/18:, #167
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/12/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Schedule

 
#148: Authorize Bonds for Transportation Projects (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fix Our Damn Roads” Act that requires the Department of Transportation to issue revenue anticipation notes in a maximum amount of $3.5 billion dollars with a maximum repayment cost of $5.2 billion and requires the department to use the proceeds for specific transportation projects
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

Related Initiatives: #12, #21, #22, #145, #148, #149, #150, #167, #172

02/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/21/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/23/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#149: Authorize Bonds for Transportation Projects (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fix Our Damn Roads” Act that requires the Department of Transportation to issue revenue anticipation notes in a maximum amount of $3.5 billion dollars with a maximum repayment cost of $5.2 billion and requires the department to use the proceeds for specific transportation projects
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

Related Initiatives: #12, #21, #22, #145, #148, #149, #150, #167, #172

02/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/21/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/23/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#150: Authorize Bonds for Transportation Projects (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fix Our Damn Roads” Act that requires the Department of Transportation to issue revenue anticipation notes in a maximum amount of $3.5 billion dollars with a maximum repayment cost of $5.2 billion and requires the department to use the proceeds for specific transportation projects
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

Related Initiatives: #12, #21, #22, #145, #148, #149, #150, #167, #172

02/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/21/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/23/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#152: Transportation Funding (statutory) – seeks to increase transportation funding by increasing the vendor tax to 3.40% of all sales and  the excess tax to 3.40% of all sales, which would increase the money that goes to transportation funds; creating a local transportation priorities fund; and specifying how the money is spent on transportation
Expired

Proponents: Daniel Gibbs and Cathy Noon

Related Initiatives: #152, #153, #154, #155, #182

02/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/06/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/08/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

03/09/18:Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/20/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#153: Transportation Funding (statutory) –  seeks to increase transportation funding by increasing the vendor tax to 3.52% of all sales and  the excess tax to 3.52% of all sales, which would increase the money that goes to transportation funds; creating a local transportation priorities fund; and specifying how the money is spent on transportation
On ballot; Secretary of State determined that a sufficient number of signatures were submitted

Proponents: Daniel Gibbs and Cathy Noon

Related Initiatives: #152, #153, #154, #155, #182

02/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/06/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/08/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

03/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/20/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

05/18/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

08/06/18:
Petition submitted with signatures

08/23/18:
Statement of Sufficiency

 
#154: Transportation Funding (statutory) –  seeks to increase transportation funding by increasing the vendor tax to 3.91% of all sales and  the excess tax to 3.91% of all sales, which would increase the money that goes to transportation funds; creating a local transportation priorities fund; and specifying how the money is spent on transportation
Expired

Proponents: Daniel Gibbs and Cathy Noon

Related Initiatives: #152, #153, #154, #155, #182

02/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/06/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/08/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

03/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/16/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#155: Transportation Funding (statutory) –  seeks to increase transportation funding by increasing the vendor tax to 3.40% of all sales and  the excess tax to 3.40% of all sales, which would increase the money that goes to transportation funds; creating a local transportation priorities fund; and specifying how the money is spent on transportation (slightly differently than in initiative #152)
Expired

Proponents: Daniel Gibbs and Cathy Noon

Related Initiatives: #152, #153, #154, #155, #182

02/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/06/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/08/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

03/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State 

03/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State 

03/20/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#167: Authorize Bonds for Transportation Projects (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fix Our Damn Roads” Act that requires the Department of Transportation to issue revenue anticipation notes in a maximum amount of $3.5 billion dollars with a maximum repayment cost of $5.2 billion and requires the department to use the proceeds for specific transportation projects
On ballot; Secretary of State determined that a sufficient number of signatures were submitted

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

Related Initiatives: #12, #21, #22, #145, #148, #149, #150, #167, #172

03/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/16/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/03/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

05/01/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

08/06/18:
Petition submitted with signatures

08/22/18:
Statement of Sufficiency

 
#172: Authorize Bonds for Transportation Projects (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fix Our Damn Roads” Act that requires the Department of Transportation to issue revenue anticipation notes in a maximum amount of $3.5 billion dollars with a maximum repayment cost of $5.2 billion and requires the department to use the proceeds for specific transportation projects
Expired

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

Related Initiatives: #12, #21, #22, #145, #148, #149, #150, #167, #172

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#182: Transportation Funding (statutory) – seeks to increase transportation funding by increasing the vendor tax to 3.45% of all sales, increasing the schedule of sales tax and storage tax to 2.91% plus 0.35% of the amount of the sale, and altering the excess tax, which would increase the money that goes to transportation funds; creating a local transportation priorities fund; and specifying how the money is spent on transportation
Expired

Proponents: Cathy A. Noon and Timonthy Mauck

Related Initiatives: #152, #153, #154, #155, #182 

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council 

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

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Oil and Gas

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#13: Increase State Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax to 10%, and to direct funds to local governments and education funding

Will not appear on ballot – withdrawn by proponents; proponents pursued related initiative #20

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Related Initiatives: #13, #20, #38, #44, #46, #54, #63, #70, #94

03/10/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/21/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/24/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#20: Increase State Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax at a graduated rate between 7% and 10%, and to direct funds to local governments and education funding
Title denied on rehearing by the Title Board; Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board on appeal 

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Related Initiatives:#13, #20, #38, #44, #46, #54, #63, #70, #94

03/24/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/05/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Review and Comment hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/07/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/18/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/17:
TABOR Estimates Prepared by Legislative Council

04/19/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/28/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Denied

05/03/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 

#38: Increase State Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax at a graduated rate between 7% and 10%, and to direct funds to local governments and education funding

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Related Initiatives: #13, #20, #38, #44, #46, #54, #63, #70, #94

07/05/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

07/19/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services 

 

#44: Increase State Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax at a graduated rate between 7% and 10%, and to direct funds to education and health

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Related Initiatives: #13, #20, #38, #44, #46, #54, #63, #70, #94

08/09/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

08/21/17
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/23/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 

#46: State Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax at a graduated rate between 7% and 10%, and to direct funds to education and health

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Related Initiatives: #13, #20, #38, #44, #46, #54, #63, #70, #94

08/24/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/01/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/07/17
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 

#54: State Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax at a graduated rate between 7% and 10%, and to direct funds to education and health

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Related Initiatives: #13, #20, #38, #44, #46, #54, #63, #70, #94

09/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/20/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/22/17
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 

#63: State Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax at a graduated rate between 7% and 10%, and to direct funds to education and health

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O'Connor

Related Initiatives:#13, #20, #38, #44, #46, #54, #63, #70, #94

10/11/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/13/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

10/25/17
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 

#70: State Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) –seeks to increase the state severance tax at a graduated rate between 7% and 10%, and to direct funds to education and health

Title denied on rehearing by the Title Board; Colorado Supreme Court affirmed Title Board on appeal 

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O'Connor

Related Initiatives: #13, #20, #38, #44, #46, #54, #63, #70, #94

10/25/17:

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/26/17
Letter Issued

11/02/17:
Final Text filed with Secretary of State

11/14/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

11/15/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

11/22/17:
Motion for Rehearing

11/23/17:
Response to Motion for Rehearing

12/06/17:
Title Board Hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

12/18/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 

#94: State Severance Taxes on Oil and Gas (statutory) – seeks to increase the state severance tax at a graduated rate between 7% and 10%, and to direct funds to education and health

Expired

Proponents: Mary Henry and Andrew O’Connor

Related Initiatives: #13, #20, #38, #44, #46, #54, #63, #70, #94

12/15/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/18/17:
Waiver Letter Issued

12/18/17:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/03/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/01/18:
Petition Format Approved

07/11/18:
Signatures Due

 

#97: Setback Requirement for Oil and Gas Development (statutory) – seeks to create buffer zones whereby new oil and gas production not on federal land must be located at least 2,500 feet from homes, schools, hospitals, intermittent rivers/streams/lakes, and other “vulnerable areas” that the state or local government decides

On ballot; Secretary of State determined that a sufficient number of signatures were submitted

Proponents: Anne Lee Foster and Suzanne Spiegel

12/21/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/02/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/04/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/12/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Estimate Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held

02/07/18:
Fiscal abstract as amended by the board

02/14/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/22/18:
Petition format approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

08/06/18:
Petition submitted with signatures

08/29/18:
Statement of Sufficiency

 

#163: Setback Requirement for Oil and Gas Development (statutory) – seeks to create buffer zones whereby new oil and gas production not on federal land must be located at least 2,500 feet from homes, schools, hospitals, intermittent rivers/streams/lakes, and other areas designated in the initiative

Withdrawn (opponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #97)

Proponents: Timothy Joseph Farnum DO and Trevor L. Huster

03/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/14/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/20/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

03/23/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/23/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/23/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

Fiscal Estimate Documents Submitted by Proponents:  Comments Fiscal Impact, Fracking Brings Steep Drops in Home Values in Some Neighborhoods, Medical Cost of Asthma Living by a Fracking Site, Attachment 1, http://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/attachment-2-init97.pdf

Fiscal Estimate Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons: Colorado Oil and Gas Industry, March 2018 Forecast

04/03/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/11/18:

Motion for Rehearing

Exhibits

04/16/18:
Withdrawn by proponents

 

#178: Regulation of Oil and Gas Development (constitutional) – seeks to affirm that local governments, in order to protect public health, safety and welfare, and the environment, have the authority to regulate certain surface aspects of oil and gas development, including the authority to set inspection and monitoring fees, so long as such regulation does not conflict with state law, and does not unreasonably restrict a property owner from accessing the owner’s interests, be arbitrary or capricious, or otherwise impose conditions on access or development that are not technically feasible or economically practicable

Expired

Proponents: John Brackney and Guillermo DeHerrera

Related Initiatives: #178, #179, #180, #181

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original, Amended, and Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/25/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied except for changes to the title

05/02/18:
Appeal Filed with Colorado Supreme Court

05/10/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

#179: Regulation of Oil and Gas Development (constitutional) – seeks to affirm that local governments have the authority to regulate certain surface aspects of oil and gas development so long as such regulation does not conflict with state law, and does not unreasonably restrict a property owner from accessing the owner’s interests, be arbitrary or capricious, or otherwise impose conditions on access or development that are not technically feasible or economically practicable

Expired

Proponents: John Brackney and Guillermo DeHerrera

Related Initiatives: #178, #179, #180, #181

03/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original, Amended, and Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/25/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied except for changes to the title

05/02/18:
Appeal Filed with Colorado Supreme Court'

05/10/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

#180: Regulation of Oil and Gas Development (constitutional) – seeks to affirm that local governments have the authority to regulate certain surface aspects of oil and gas development, including the authority to set inspection and monitoring fees, so long as such regulation does not conflict with state law, and does not unreasonably restrict a property owner from accessing the owner’s interests, be arbitrary or capricious, or otherwise impose conditions on access or development that are not technically feasible or economically practicable

Expired

Proponents: John Brackney and Guillermo DeHerrera

Related Initiatives: #178, #179, #180, #181

03/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original, Amended, and Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/25/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied except for changes to the title

05/02/18:
Appeal Filed with Colorado Supreme Court

05/10/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

#181: Regulation of Oil and Gas Development (constitutional) – seeks to affirm that local governments, in order to protect public health, safety and welfare, and the environment, have the authority to regulate certain surface aspects of oil and gas development so long as such regulation does not conflict with state law, and does not unreasonably restrict a property owner from accessing the owner’s interests, be arbitrary or capricious, or otherwise impose conditions on access or development that are not technically feasible or economically practicable

Expired

Proponents: John Brackney and Guillermo DeHerrera

Related Initiatives: #178, #179, #180, #181

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original, Amended, and Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/25/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/26/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied except for changes to the title

05/02/18:
Appeal Filed with Colorado Supreme Court

05/10/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

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Marijuana

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#37: Repeal House Bill 17-1220 (statutory) – seeks to repeal a recently passed bill concerning measures to stop diversion of legal marijuana to the illegal market

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Scott Boven and Jesse Mateyka

05/19/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

05/31/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

06/02/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

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Parental Responsibilities

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#40: Hearings Concerning Parental Responsibilities With Respect to a Child (statutory)  – seeks to amend C.R.S. § 14-10-128 to permit parents to request that a jury, rather than a judge, determine allocation of parental responsibilities

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing; similar to initiative #64

Proponents: Karen Baumann and Randy Baumann

Related Initiatives: #40, #41, #64, #65

07/14/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/26/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

07/28/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 

#41: Courts of Record Under the Colorado Children's Code (statutory) – seeks to amend C.R.S. § 19-1-103 to expand the definition of “court” to include the option of a jury in determining the “legal custody” of a child

Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing; similar to initiative #65

Proponents: Karen Baumann and Randy Baumann

Related Initiatives: #40, #41, #64, #65

07/14/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/26/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

07/28/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 

#64: Hearings Concerning Parental Responsibilities With Respect to a Child (statutory)  – seeks to amend C.R.S. § 14-10-128 to permit parents to request that a jury, rather than a judge, determine allocation of parental responsibilities

Withdrawn prior to Review and Comment Hearing 

Proponents: Lisa Mitchell and Samantha Jardin

Related Initiatives: #40, #41, #64, #65

10/16/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/26/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

10/30/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 

#65: Courts of Record Under the Colorado Children's Code (statutory)  – seeks to amend C.R.S. § 19-1-103 to expand the definition of “court” to include the option of a jury in determining the “legal custody” of a child

Withdrawn prior to Review and Comment Hearing 

Proponents: Lisa Mitchell and Samantha Jardin

Related Initiatives: : #40, #41, #64, #65

10/16/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/30/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

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Government Fines

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#39: Motor Vehicle Fines and Penalties (statutory)  – seeks to prohibit government entities from receiving financial penalties assessed by them

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Steve Kerbel and D. K. Williams

Related Initiatives: #39, #42, #43, #45, #53

07/05/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

07/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

07/19/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services 

 

#42: Disposition of Government Fines, Surcharges, and Forfeitures (statutory)  – seeks to require funds from governmentally imposed financial penalties to be paid solely to victims and/or charities instead of governmental entities

Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Steve Kerbel and D. K. Williams

Related Initiatives: #39, #42, #43, #45, #53

07/21/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

08/02/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

08/04/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 

#43: Disposition of Government Fines, Surcharges, and Forfeitures (statutory)  – seeks to require funds from governmentally imposed financial penalties to be paid solely to victims and/or charities instead of governmental entities

Withdrawn by proponents; proponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #53

Proponents: Steve Kerbel and D. K. Williams

Related Initiatives: #39, #42, #43, #45, #53

08/04/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

08/09/17:
Letter providing written notice that Review and Comment Hearing is not required

08/09/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

09/06/17:
Initial Title Board Hearing Schedule

 

#45: Disposition of Government Fines, Surcharges, and Forfeitures (statutory) – seeks to require funds from governmentally imposed financial penalties to be paid solely to victims and/or charities instead of governmental entities

Withdrawn by proponents; proponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #53

Proponents: Steve Kerbel and D. K. Williams

Related Initiatives: #39, #42, #43, #45, #53

08/21/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

08/21/17:
Letter providing written notice that Review and Comment Hearing is not required

08/21/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

09/01/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

09/06/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 

#53: Disposition of Government Fines, Surcharges, and Forfeitures (statutory) – seeks to require funds from governmentally imposed financial penalties to be paid solely to victims and/or charities instead of governmental entities

Expired

Proponents: Steve Kerbel and D. K. Williams

Related Initiatives: #39, #42, #43, #45, #53

09/07/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/08/17:
Letter providing written notice that Review and Comment Hearing is not required

09/08/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

09/20/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/28/19:
Expired

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Firearms

Summary
Status
Notes
 
#55: Repeal Assault Weapons Ban in Denver (not specified whether constitutional or statutory) – seeks to repeal the “assault weapons” ban in Denver
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Kevin Klingsheim and Jazlyne Ford

Related Initiatives: #55, #56, #57, #60

09/13/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/25/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/27/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#56: Repeal State Restrictions on Gun Capacity (not specified whether constitutional or statutory) – seeks to repeal laws that restrict gun capacity in Colorado
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Kevin Klingsheim and Jazlyne Ford

Related Initiatives: #55, #56, #57, #60

09/13/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/25/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/27/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#57: Repeal Prohibition on Open Carry in Denver (not specified whether constitutional or statutory) – seeks to repeal laws that prohibit open carry in Denver
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Kevin Klingsheim and Jazlyne Ford

Related Initiatives: #55, #56, #57, #60

09/13/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/25/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/27/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#60: Repeal of Provisions Concerning Large-Capacity Ammunition Magazines (statutory) –seeks to repeal part 3 of article 12 to title 18 of the Colorado Revised Statutes
Expired

Proponents: Kevin Klingsheim and Jazlyne Ford

Related Initiatives: #55, #56, #57, #60

10/02/2017:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/3/17:
Waiver Letter Issued

10/20/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/01/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

11/08/17:
Motion for Rehearing Filed

11/15/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

 
#160: Tax on Large Capacity Ammunition (unspecified) – seeks to impose a $10.00 per bullet tax for all large capacity ammunition, except for ammunition for police and law enforcement, to funding hospitals, mental health facilities, mental health awareness education, violence prevention programs, enforcement of guns laws, and research, prevention, and treatment of various mental health conditions
Withdrawn Before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Christina Tangora Schlachter and Josephine Ioime

03/05/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/19/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 

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Education Funding

Summary
Status
Notes
 
#72: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to amend the Colorado Constitution to declare early-childhood, primary, and secondary education a priority, to make education funding a legislative priority, and to require that statewide education funding be maintained at a percent of the total personal income of Colorado residents at least equivalent to the national average of percentages of statewide personal income dedicated to public education
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #72, #73

11/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#73: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to amend the Colorado Constitution to declare early-childhood, primary, and secondary education a priority, to make education funding a legislative priority, to require that statewide education funding be maintained at a percent of the total personal income of Colorado residents at least equivalent to the national average of percentages of statewide personal income dedicated to public education, and to allow the people to increase this mandated level through majority vote
Expired

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #72, #73

11/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

11/24/17:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/24/17:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/14/17:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

12/05/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

12/06/17:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#74: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Denied title setting

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

11/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

11/24/17:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/24/17:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/24/17:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

12/05/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

12/06/17:
Title Board Hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

 
#75: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, to value for assessment for school district property tax levies residential real property at 7.2 percent of its actual value and all other real property at 29 percent of its actual value, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Denied title setting

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

11/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

11/24/17:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/24/17:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/24/17:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

12/05/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

12/06/17:
Title Board Hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

 
#76: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, to value for assessment for school district property tax levies residential real property at 7 percent of its actual value and all other real property at 24 percent of its actual value, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Denied title setting

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

11/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

11/24/17:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/24/17:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/24/17:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

12/05/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

12/06/17:

Title Board Hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

 
#77: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, to value for assessment for school district property tax levies residential real property at 7 percent of its actual value and all other real property at 24 percent of its actual value, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

11/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#78: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, to value for assessment for school district property tax levies residential real property at 7 percent of its actual value and all other real property at 29 percent of its actual value, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

11/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#79: Funding for Public Schools (statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Account in the state treasury to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes (similar to initiatives #74, #75, #76, #77, and #78 but does not include the constitutional provisions)
Denied title setting

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

11/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/17/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

11/24/17:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/24/17:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

11/24/17:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

12/05/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

12/06/17:
Title Board Hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

 
#86: Funding for Public Schools (statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the state treasury to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Expired

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

12/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/03/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#87: Funding for Public Schools (statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the state treasury to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Expired

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

12/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/03/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#88: Funding for Public Schools (statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the state treasury to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through methods such as income taxes
Expired

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

12/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/03/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#89: Funding for Public Schools (statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the state treasury to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through methods such as income taxes
Expired

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

12/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/03/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#90: Funding for Public Schools (statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the state treasury to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Expired

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

12/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/03/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#91: Funding for Public Schools (statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the state treasury to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Expired

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

12/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/03/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#92: Funding for Public Schools (statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the state treasury to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
Expired

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

12/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/03/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#93: Funding for Public Schools (statutory) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the state treasury to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes
On ballot; Secretary of State determined that a sufficient number of signatures were submitted

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/08/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:

Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

12/22/17:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

12/22/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/03/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/02/18:
Petition Format Approved

07/11/18:
Signatures Due

07/11/18:
Petition submitted with signatures

08/09/18:
Statement of Sufficiency

 

#98: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to declare that every Coloradoan through 21 years of age should be able to receive early-childhood, primary, and secondary education through uniform, consistent, and equitable education opportunities and that the legislature shall maintain statewide funding certain percentage levels of state and local personal income

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/21/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/02/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/04/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

 

#99: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and  to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, among other items

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/21/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/02/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/04/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

 

#100: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and  to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, among other items

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/21/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/02/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/04/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

 

#101: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and  to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, among other items

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

12/21/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/02/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/04/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

 

#102: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and  to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, among other items

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/03/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/05/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

 

#103: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and  to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, among other items

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/03/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/05/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

 

#104: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and  to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, among other items

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/03/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/05/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

 

#105: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and  to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, among other items

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/03/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/05/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

 

#106: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and  to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, among other items

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/03/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/05/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

 

#107: Funding for Public Schools (constitutional) – seeks to create a Quality Public Education Fund in the treasury department to receive all revenues collected through an income tax increment for public school funding, to fund all-day kindergarten, and  to increase public education funding through a variety of methods including income and corporate taxes, among other items

Withdrawn

Proponents: Martha Olson and Donald Anderson

Related Initiatives: #74, #75, #76, #77, #78, #79, #86, #87, #88, #89, #90, #91, #92, #93, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #103, #104, #105, #106, #107

Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/03/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/05/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/05/18:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/05/18:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

01/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

01/17/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

01/24/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/07/18:
Rehearing Scheduled

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Identification Documents

Summary
Status
Notes
 
#58: Access to Services Provided by the Division of Motor Vehicles (not specified whether constitutional or statutory) –seeks to increase the number of DMV offices and appointment times, provide greater access to driver’s licenses to immigrants without legal status, and make renewing a driver’s license less tedious
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Ignacio Ramirez de Leon and Jose Navarrete

Related Initiatives: #58, #71, #82

09/26/2017:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/04/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

10/10/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#71: Access to Services Provided by the Division of Motor Vehicles (statutory) –seeks to allow immigrants not lawfully present in the United States to meet the requirement for an identification card, an instruction permit, or a driver’s license by presenting a social security number, and seeks to allow the license or identification card to be reissued or renewed according to the same process as other types of licenses and identification cards
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Ignacio Ramirez de Leon and Pilar Carillo Cabrera

Related Initiatives: #58, #71, #82

10/31/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/14/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 
#82: Issuance of Identification Documents by the Department of Revenue (statutory) – seeks to allow immigrants not lawfully present in the United States to meet the requirement for an identification card, an instruction permit, or a driver’s license by presenting a social security number, and seeks to allow the license or identification card to be reissued or renewed according to the same process as other types of licenses and identification cards
Expired

Proponents: Pilar Carrillo Cabrera and Genevieve Ann Chamberlin

Related Initiatives: #58, #71, #82

11/20/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/01/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/04/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

12/05/17:
Original Text Filed with the Secretary of State

12/05/17:
Amended Text Filed with the Secretary of State

12/05/17:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

12/20/17:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

01/17/18:
Petition format approved

06/28/18:
Signatures Due

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Income Tax

Summary
Status
Notes
 
#52: State Income Tax (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fair and Simple Tax” law that provides that new returns will require only four lines and requires taxes equal to 4.6% of federal taxable income
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State; proponents appear to be pursuing related initiatives #62 and #83

Proponents: Mike Spalding and Marty Neilson

Related Initiatives: #52, #59, #62, #83

09/06/2017:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/15/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/20/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#59: State Income Tax (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fair and Simple Tax” law that provides that new returns will require only four lines and requires taxes equal to 4.6% of federal taxable income
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Mike Spalding and Marty Neilson

Related Initiatives: #52, #59, #62, #83

09/29/2017:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/13/17:|
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 
#62: State Income Tax (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fair and Simple Tax” law that provides that new returns will require only four lines and requires taxes equal to 4.6% of federal taxable income
Expired

Proponents: Mike Spalding and Marty Neilson

Related Initiatives: #52, #59, #62, #83

10/04/2017:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/16/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

10/18/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

10/18/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/01/17:
Title Board Hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

11/03/17:
Original Text Refiled with Secretary of State

11/03/17:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/03/17:
Final Text Refiled with Secretary of State

11/14/17:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

11/15/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

11/21/17:
Motion for Rehearing Filed

12/06/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

 
#83: State Income Tax (statutory) – seeks to create a “Fair and Simple Tax” law that provides that new returns will require only four lines and requires taxes equal to 4.6% of federal taxable income
Expired

Proponents: Mike Spalding and Marty Neilson

Related Initiatives: #52, #59, #62, #83

11/21/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/22/17:
Waiver Letter Issued

11/24/17:
Final Text Filed with the Secretary of State

12/06/17:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

12/13/17
Motion for Rehearing Scheduled

12/20/17:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

12/27/17:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

01/10/18:
Petition format approved

06/28/18:
Signatures Due

 
#127: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 11.8 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearinghttps://www.bhfs.com/insights/alerts-articles/podcasts/brownstein-government-relations-podcast-series-cfpb-update-february-2018-

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/25/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

 
#128: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 11.8 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/25/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

 
#129: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 11.8 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/25/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

 
#130: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 9.87 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/25/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

 
#131: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 9.87 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/25/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/08/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 
#132: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 9.87 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/25/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/08/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 
#133: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 11.8 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#134: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 11.8 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Scheduled

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#135: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 11.8 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#136: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 9.87 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#137: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 9.87 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge 

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#138: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 9.87 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives:  #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#139: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 11.8 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#140: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 11.8 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#141: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 11.8 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#142: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 9.87 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#143: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 9.87 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives:#127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#144: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional) – seeks to impose a tax of 9.87 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136 #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

01/26/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/09/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:

Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#156: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional, statutory) – seeks to impose a tax of 4.63 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is less than $300,000 and an unspecified percent for income greater than $300,000 pursuant to section 63 of the Internal Revenue Code; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

02/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/26/18:
Letter Issued

 
#157: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional, statutory) – seeks to impose a tax of 4.63 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is less than $300,000 and an unspecified percent for income greater than $300,000 pursuant to section 63 of the Internal Revenue Code; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

02/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/06/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/08/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

03/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/20/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/28/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/04/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

4/11/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 

 
#158: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional, statutory) – seeks to impose a tax of 4.63 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is less than $500,000 and an unspecified percent for income greater than $500,000 pursuant to section 63 of the Internal Revenue Code; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

02/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/26/18:
Letter Issued

 
#159: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (constitutional, statutory) – seeks to impose a tax of 4.63 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is less than $300,000 and an unspecified percent for income greater than $300,000 pursuant to section 63 of the Internal Revenue Code; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

02/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/06/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/08/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

03/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/20/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/28/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/04/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Title Amended

4/11/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 

 
#161: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory) – seeks to impose a tax of 4.63 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is less than $300,000 and 8.63 for income greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Denied title setting

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

03/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/20/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/28/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/04/18:
Title Board Rehearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

 
#162: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory) – seeks to impose a tax of 4.63 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is less than $500,000 and 9.75 percent for income greater than $500,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

03/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/09/18
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/20/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/28/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/04/18:
Title Board Rehearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

4/11/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 

 
#165: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory) – seeks to impose a tax of 4.63 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is less than $300,000 and 8.63 percent for income greater than $300,000; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Denied title setting

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

03/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/20/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/28/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/04/18:
Title Board Rehearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

 
#166: Policy Changes Pertaining to State Income Taxes (statutory) – seeks to impose a tax of 4.63 percent on the portion of an individual’s federal taxable income, adjusted for inflation, that is less than $500,000 and an unspecified percent for income greater than $500,000 pursuant to section 63 of the Internal Revenue Code; provide a new earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers; and eliminate the current income tax credit
Withdrawn

Proponents: Kevin Neal Patterson II and Eric Leveridge

Related Initiatives: #127, #128, #129, #130, #131, #132, #133, #134, #135, #136, #137, #138, #139, #140, #141, #142, #143, #144, #156, #157, #158, #159, #161, #162, #165, #166

03/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/20/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/28/18:
Motion for Rehearing

04/04/18:
Title Board Rehearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject

4/11/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

 

 
#174: Single Income Tax Rate (statutory) – seeks to require Colorado’s single income tax on individuals, estates, and trusts to be a flat tax based on section 63 of the internal revenue code
Withdrawn

Proponents: John Caldara and Mike Krause

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/16/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#185: Prohibition on Collection of Income Taxes (unspecified)  – seeks to contend that Colorado citizens are not required to pay income taxes
Withdrawn Before Review and Comment Hearing

Proponents: Ken Malpass and Larry Klayman

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

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Takings

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#108: Just Compensation for Reduction in Fair Market Value by Government Law or Regulation (constitutional) – seeks to add to the Colorado Constitution that private property cannot be reduced in fair market value by government law or regulation without just compensation

On ballot; Secretary of State determined that a sufficient number of signatures were submitted

Proponents: Michelle Smith and Chad Vorthmann

Related Initiatives: #108, #109, #110, #111, #112, #113

01/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/19/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/14/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/16/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

08/03/18:
Petition submitted with signatures

08/28/18:
Statement of Sufficiency

 

#109: Just Compensation for Damage Due to Government Law or Regulation (constitutional) – seeks to add to the Colorado Constitution that an owner is entitled to just compensation when his or her private property is damaged by a government law or regulation that reduces the property’s fair market value by at least 10 percent

Expired

Proponents: Michelle Smith and Chad Vorthmann

Related Initiatives: #108, #109, #110, #111, #112, #113

01/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/19/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original and Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/14/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied Except for Changes to the Title

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/16/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

#110: Just Compensation for Damage Due to Government Law or Regulation (constitutional) – seeks to add to the Colorado Constitution that an owner is entitled to just compensation when his or her private property is damaged by a government law or regulation that reduces the property’s fair market value by prohibiting or restricting uses allowable at the time the owner acquired title to the property

Expired

Proponents: Michelle Smith and Chad Vorthmann

Related Initiatives: #108, #109, #110, #111, #112, #113

01/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/19/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/14/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/16/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

#111: Taking Property for Public Use (constitutional) – seeks to add to the Colorado Constitution that a taking occurs when government implementation of any regulatory program operates to reduce the fair market value of real property for uses allowable at the time the owner acquired title

Expired

Proponents: Michelle Smith and Chad Vorthmann

Related Initiatives: #108, #109, #110, #111, #112, #113

01/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/19/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/14/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/16/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

#112: Just Compensation for Just Compensation for Damage Due to Government Law, Regulation or Regulatory condition (constitutional) – seeks to add to the Colorado Constitution that an owner is entitled to just compensation when his or her private property is damaged by a government law, regulation, or regulatory condition that limits or prevents property from being used for all of the purposes allowable at the time the owner acquired title

Expired

Proponents: Michelle Smith and Chad Vorthmann

Related Initiatives: #108, #109, #110, #111, #112, #113

01/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/19/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/14/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/16/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

#113: Taking Property for Public Use (constitutional) – seeks to add to the Colorado Constitution that a taking occurs when the government imposes a law, regulation, or regulatory condition that operates to reduce the fair market value of real property for uses allowable at the time the owner acquired title

Expired

Proponents: Michelle Smith and Chad Vorthmann

Related Initiatives: #108, #109, #110, #111, #112, #113

01/09/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/19/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

01/23/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

01/26/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

01/26/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

02/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/14/18:
Motion for Rehearing

02/21/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

02/28/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

03/16/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

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Immigration

Summary
Status
Notes
 

#169: Compliance with Federal Immigration Law (statutory) – seeks to require Colorado state and local political subdivisions to comply with federal immigration law, including exchanging information; outlaw sanctuary cities; and require compliance reports

Expired

Proponents: Thomas Tancredo and Floyd Trujillo 

03/22/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/03/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/05/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/25/18:
Motion for Rehearing Filed

04/26/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied except for changes to the abstract

05/03/18:
Appeal Filed with Colorado Supreme Court

05/10/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 

Payday Loans

Summary
Status
Notes
 
#126: Payday Loans (statutory) – seeks to lower the maximum authorized finance charge for payday loans to an annual percentage rate of 36 percent and to make it unlawful to make, offer, guarantee, assist, or arrange to have a consumer obtain a loan with a greater rate of interest, consideration, or charge
On ballot; Secretary of State determined that a sufficient number of signatures were submitted

Proponents: Corrine Fowler and Rev. Dr. Annie M. Rice-Jones]

01/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

02/02/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held 

02/09/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/19/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

Fiscal Impact Documents Submitted by Other Interested Persons

02/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

02/28/18:
Motion for Rehearing

03/07/18:
Title Board Rehearing Held and Motion for Rehearing Denied

03/14/18:
Appeal filed with Colorado Supreme Court

04/18/18
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

04/27/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures due

08/06/18:
Petition submitted with signatures

08/28/18:
Statement of Sufficiency

 
#183: Interest Rates for Payday Loans (statutory) – seeks to lower the maximum authorized finance charge for payday loans to an annual percentage rate of 36 percent 
Expired

Proponents: Bill Fritts and Trista Gibson

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

06/01/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

 
#184: Maintenance Fees on Payday Loans (statutory) – seeks to change the maximum monthly maintenance fee for each outstanding deferred deposit loan to $5.00 per $100.00 loaned, up to $25.00 per month.
Expired

Proponents: Bill Fritts and Trista Gibson

03/23/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/04/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/06/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

04/06/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/06/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

04/17/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

04/18/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

06/01/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

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Other

Summary
Status
Notes
 
#19: Prohibit Sales of Smartphones to Minors Under the Age of 13 (statutory) – seeks to make the knowing sale of smartphones to minors under the age of 13 illegal and subject to civil penalty
Will not appear on ballot; proponents appear to be pursuing related initiative #29

Proponents: Timothy Farnum, Jeffrey Cross, Frank Bonifacio, Trevor Huster

Related Initiatives: #19, #29

03/14/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/22/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

03/28/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#29: Prohibit Sales of Smartphones to Minors Under the Age of 13 (statutory) – seeks to make the knowing sale of smartphones to minors under the age of 13 illegal and subject to civil penalty
Expired

Proponents: Timothy Farnum, Trevor Huster

Related Initiatives: #19, #29

03/28/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

04/07/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

04/10/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

05/17/17:
Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#34: State Scholarship Program (not specified) – seeks to create a scholarship fund for all Colorado students to cover the costs associated with attending any Colorado community college or public university
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark Tejada

04/20/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

05/02/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

05/04/17: 
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

 
#35: Prohibit Conversion Therapy (statutory) – seeks to prohibit the practice of attempting to change an individual’s sexual orientation
Withdrawn before Review and Comment hearing

Proponents: Christopher Savin and Jayson Richardson

04/21/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

05/04/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

05/08/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 
#36: State Income Tax Increase for Scholarship Program ​(statutory) – seeks to create a scholarship program for qualified Colorado citizens that pays for tuition and certain costs associated with attending a Colorado public college
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Nathan Clay and Mark Tejada

05/08/2017:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

05/18/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

05/22/17:
Review and Comment Hearing held by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services 

 
#51: Criminal Justice Procedures (statutory) – seeks to establish a “Justice and Fairness Act” that sets forth sentencing duties, requires the State to pay fully exonerated or fully dismissed defendants, amends bail requirements, and abolishes Grand Juries, among other things
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Mike Spalding and Marty Neilson

Related Initiatives: #51, #61

09/06/2017:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

09/13/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

09/20/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#61: Criminal Justice Procedures (statutory) –seeks to establish a “Justice and Fairness Act” that sets forth sentencing duties, requires the State to pay fully exonerated or fully dismissed defendants, amends bail requirements, and abolishes Grand Juries, among other things
Denied title setting

Proponents: Mike Spalding and Marty Neilson

Related Initiatives: #51, #61

10/04/2017:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

10/16/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

10/18/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

10/18/17:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

11/01/17:
Title Board Hearing held and title setting denied on the basis that the measure does not constitute a single subject.

 
#80: New Energy Technologies (statutory) –seeks to create a “New Energy State” by protecting clean energy technology research and development and by establishing a state level patent office to fast-track patent application processing of such technologies.
Withdrawn

Proponents: Jeff Peckman and Peggy Ritchie, LLV

Related Initiatives: #80, #81, #84

11/14/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/28/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Scheduled

 
#81: New Energy Technologies (statutory) –seeks to create a “New Energy State” by protecting clean energy technology research and development and by establishing a state level patent office to fast-track patent application processing of such technologies
Withdrawn

Proponents: Jeff Peckman and Peggy Ritchie, LLV

Related Initiatives: #80, #81, #84

11/16/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

11/28/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

11/30/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#84: New Energy Technologies (statutory) –seeks to increase patents for extraordinary technology 
Will not appear on ballot – was not filed with Secretary of State

Proponents: Jeff Peckman and Peggy Ritchie, LLC

Related Initiatives: #80, #81, #84

12/07/17:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

12/19/17:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

12/21/17:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

 
#124: Labeling Requirements for Genetically Modified Food (statutory) – seeks to require all genetically modified food to contain a label with the words “contains genetically modified ingredients” in 12.5 percent of the surface area of the printed label
Withdrawn; proponents appear to be pursuing initiative #125

Proponents: Matthew Callaway and Jonathan Leddy

01/18/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

 
#125: Labeling Requirements for Genetically Modified Food (statutory) – seeks to require all genetically modified food to contain a label with the words “contains genetically modified ingredients” in 12.5 percent of the surface area of the printed label
Expired

Proponents: Matthew Callaway and Jonathan Leddy

01/19/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

01/31/18:
Review and Comment Memorandum Prepared by Legislative Council and Office of Legislative Legal Services

02/02/18:
Review and Comment Hearing Held

02/21/18:
Original Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Amended Text Filed with Secretary of State

02/21/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/06/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/07/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

 
#164: Prohibit Sales of Smartphones to Preteen Minors (statutory) – seeks to prohibit the sale of a smartphone if the intended recipient is under 13 years old, provide for enforcement by the Department of Revenue, and levy fines after a hearing to violators
Expired

Proponents: Timothy Joseph Farnum DO and Trevor L. Huster

03/06/18:
Initial Text Submitted to Legislative Council

03/09/18:
Final Text Filed with Secretary of State

03/19/18:
Fiscal Impact Statement Prepared by Legislative Council

03/21/18:
Initial Title Board Hearing Held and Title Set

03/30/18:
Petition Format Approved

08/06/18:
Signatures Due

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