Legislative Status Report - 2007 Regular Session
- Tracking the Colorado Legislature
- Legislative Status Reports
- Bell Opportunity Notes
- Bell Testimony
FINAL UPDATE: June 4, 2007
The Bell Policy Center and Bell Action Network do not explicitly support or oppose the following bills unless indicated. The Bell provides these summaries as a service to the public.
When available, the title and summary section includes the state fiscal impact, noted as "SFI," or the overall fiscal impact, noted as "FI." If the fiscal note is published, it is hot-linked to the report on the General Assembly web site.
Bill status marked in red letters indicates the bill has failed (for example: withdrawn, postponed indefinitely, killed in committee, vetoed by the governor). Bill status marked in green letters indicates a bill that has passed both houses and been signed by the governor.
The regular session of the 66th General Assembly started Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2007, and closed May 4, 2007.
Bell press release - Bell Policy Center calls 2007 legislative session “a strong push for opportunity," May 4, 2007
TABOR, Ref C and state finance