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Bill: HB14-1029
Title: Disabled Parking License Plates Placards
Official Summary

Transportation Legislation Review Committee. The bill
recodifies the disabled parking statutes to clarify that:
  • The Colorado advisory council for persons with disabilities
may implement an education program;
  • A person may get personalized license plates with an
identifying figure;
  • The department of revenue places a C on the registration
of the parent of a child who is mobility-impaired and has a
license plate granting reserved parking;
  • If an entity transports mobility-impaired people, the entity
must provide a driver's license or identification document
of its executive director or chief executive officer;
  • When a person uses a disabled placard, the placard must be
visible through the windshield and hung on the rear-view
mirror or placed on the dashboard;
  • An applicant for a license plate or placard with the
identifying figure must sign an affidavit that the person for
whom it is issued is eligible;
  • Reserved parking signs must conform to the requirements
of the Americans with Disabilities Act;
  • The chief officer and the employee of a company that
violates disabled parking law are each individually liable;
and
  • The prohibition against using reserved parking for
commercial purposes does not apply when the owner of the
business consents to the use.

Senate SponsorsN. Todd (D)
House SponsorsD. Primavera (D)
Status (05/22/2014)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room

Bill: HB14-1063
Title: Deadly Force Against Intruders At Businesses
Official Summary

The bill extends the right to use deadly force against an intruder
under certain conditions to include owners, managers, and employees of
businesses.

Senate SponsorsK. Grantham (R)
House SponsorsJ. Everett (R)
Status (02/17/2014)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room

Bill: SB14-123
Title: POST Board Rule Authority Training Suspensions
Official Summary

The bill gives the peace officers standards and training board
(P.O.S.T. board) the authority to promulgate rules regarding:
  • Certification of inspectors of vehicle identification
numbers;
  • Annual in-service training requirements for certified peace
officers and the suspension of certification for the failure
to receive annual in-service training;
  • Any necessary or proper rules that carry out the provisions
and purposes of the P.O.S.T. board; and
  • Procedures for reinstatement of suspensions of
certification.
The bill raises the maximum fee for certification and skills
examinations from $125 to $150.
Under current law, the P.O.S.T. board can provide grants to local
governments and colleges and universities to fund training programs. The
bill also allows grants to nonprofit organizations.
The bill allows the P.O.S.T. board to deny certification to anyone
who is convicted of a municipal violation that is the equivalent of any of
the state law violations that permit denial of certification.

Senate SponsorsL. Guzman (D)
House SponsorsD. Kagan (D)
Status (05/21/2014)
Hearing Date
Hearing Time
Hearing Room
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