Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Thursday, June 4, 2009


8:30 a.m.         Gov. Ritter will join lawmakers and dozens of New Energy Economy supporters to sign three bills into law:

SB 75 (Schwartz/Marostica), Low Speed Electric Vehicles

HB 1298 (McFadyen/Mitchell), Green Truck Program

HB 1331 (Gagliardi/Boyd), Hybrid and Alt. Fuel Vehicle Income Tax Credit


Location: Alliance for Sustainable Colorado, 1536 Wynkoop St., Denver.


9:45 a.m.         Gov. Ritter will sign House Bill 1010 (Massey & McGihon/Gibbs & Spence), which will help expand film production opportunities in Colorado. Location: Colorado Film Commission headquarters, Studio 1, 241 S. Cherokee St., Denver.


10:30 a.m.       Gov. Ritter will sign the following bills into law at the State Capitol:  

SB 099 (Morse/Ferrandino), Procure. Supplier Database

SB 121 (White/Marostica), Taxation of Restaurant Employee Meals

SB 162 (Schwartz/Liston), Broadband Inventory

SB 257 (Schwartz/Fischer), Impr Pub Sch Constr Prog Efficiency

SB 285 (Heath/Summers & Solano), Career Tech Ed Concurrent Enrollment 

HB 1067 (Pommer/White), Instream Flow Tax Incentives

HB 1202 (Todd/Foster), Mortuary Science Registration

HB 1339 (Green/Boyd), Clinical Social Work Practice Defined

HB 1196 (Gerou/Boyd), Nursing Home Penalty Benefit Residents


Friday is the final day for Gov. Ritter to take action on bills from the 2009 legislative session.


Click here or visit for a complete list of 2009 legislative action already taken by Gov. Ritter.


11:20 a.m.       Gov. Ritter will be delivering remarks at the 25th Annual Law Enforcement Flame of Hope Torch Run for Special Olympics at the Capitol.  The run raises money and awareness to support Colorado's Special Olympics athletes.  Location:  State Capitol, West Steps.