Tuesday, May 20, 2008


Tuesday, May 20, 2008
9 to 9:30 a.m.             Gov. Ritter will sign three bills into law that address the needs of older Coloradans:
                                    SB 58 (Boyd/Riesberg) Alzheimer's Coordinating Council Act
                                    SB 131 (Morse/Buescher), Increase Funding to Old Age Pension Fund
HB 1108 (Riesberg/Morse) Increase Funding Older Coloradans Cash Fund
Location: Denver Educational Senior Citizens Inc., 1901 E. 13th Ave., Denver.
10:20 a.m.                   Gov. Ritter will hold a photo opportunity with Canadian Minister of Industry Jim Prentice.
                                    Location: West Foyer, State Capitol.
10:30 a.m.                   Gov. Ritter will sign House Bill 1161 (Kefalas & Fisher/Johnson & Bacon), Strengthen Mining Reclamation Standards.
                                    Location: West Foyer, State Capitol.
1:30 p.m.                    Gov. Ritter will sign the majority of his business-development legislative package into law during a ceremony in historic Downtown Littleton. The bills are:
                             HB 1183 (Hodge/Veiga), New Job Creation Incentives
HB 1225 (Rice/Williams), Business Personal Prop. Tax
HB 1261 (Buescher/Bacon), Fly-Away Sales Tax Exemption
HB 1380 (Jahn/Shaffer), Single-Sales Factor

Location: Historic Downtown Littleton, Northwest Corner of Prince and Main (Parking Lot of the Colorado Business Bank).


Wednesday, May 21, 2008

8:45 a.m.                     Gov. Ritter will sign House Bill 1013 (Sonnenberg/Morse), School-Related Sales Tax Exemption.
                                    Location: West Foyer, State Capitol.
10:30 a.m.                   Gov. Ritter will be traveling to Fort Collins to sign three bills into law:
SB 170 (Bacon/Buescher), Downtown Development Authority/TIF Financing
SB 232 (Isgar & Gibbs/Curry), Appropriations to CSU System Divisions
HB 1405 (Fischer/Shaffer), Funding for the Colorado Water Institute
Location: Next to the Downtown Development Authority offices at 19 Olde Town Square.