Legislative Year: 2015 Change

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2015 killed bills keep old bill tales going, but new alliances may write some new stories

The Colorado 2015 General Assembly postponed indefinitely 295 bills out of 692 for a 43% committee kill rate (excludes resolutions and laid over bills). Colorado’s House of Representatives wins the “Quentin Tarantino MOST KILLED BILLS” award category in the 2015 session for postponing indefinitely 191 of . . .

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WEDNESDAY HOUSE calendar House, NO Senate


5/6 Calendar »

Bills to Go, Last Day

Last Day in Session, not counting weekends 61 bills

Last day count down »

WRAP UP on the Calendar 5/5 - House

See results of the day's House bill hearings

5/5 House Bill WRAP UP »

WRAP UP on the Calendar 5/5 - Senate

See results on the day's Senate bill hearings

5/5 Senate Bill WRAP UP »

Bills in the Hopper

682 bills in the hopper, with vote totals

392 House, 290 Senate »

391 Bipartisan Bills

391 Bills have at least 1 Dem and GOP sponsor; 7 bills are Neville familial

They reach across the aisle or dining table »

Governor signed Bills

183 Bills

Signed, sealed, delivered »

304 Killed Bills

The Kill Bills Tarantino series:  304 bills

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