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This week at the Capitol: More on road bill, construction defects, transgender birth certificates

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Here are the legislative committee hearings of note for the week ahead in the Colorado Capitol. Committee schedules are subject to change. The daily schedule is available on the legislature’s website.

MONDAY

House Finance, 1:30 p.m., Legislative Services Building Room A

House Bill 1242 to ask voters in November to raise the state sales tax by 0.62 percent to pay for transportation funding.

House Education, 1:30 p.m., Room 112

House Bill 1004 to extend college credit for military education and training.

Senate Judiciary, 1:30 p.m., Room 352

House Bill 1138 to require better reporting of hate crime incidents.

Senate Bill 237 to allow someone working in a bar or restaurant who is 18 years old or older to sell or serve alcohol.

TUESDAY
House Business Affairs and Labor, 1:30 p.m., Legislative Services Building Room A

House Bill 1119 to create a workers’ comp payment fund for uninsured workers from fines paid by violators.

House Bill 1202 concerning the qualifications of plumbers.

House Judiciary, 1:30 p.m., Room 112

House Bill 1266 to seal misdemeanor convictions for using or possessing marijuana.

House Bill 1204 to make it easier to expunge juvenile delinquency records for some non-violent offenses.

Senate Finance Committee, 2 p.m., Room 357

Senate Bill 238 which would allow retailers who do not collect a sales tax to send the customer an e-mail instead of a required first-class letter, and waive the requirement that retailers notify the Department of Revenue.

WEDNESDAY

House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs, 1:30 p.m., Legislative Services Building Room A

House Bill 1279 to require a majority voter to of homeowners for an association to proceed on a construction defects lawsuit.

Senate State, Veterans, and Military Affairs, 1:30 p.m., Room 357

House Bill 1122 to make it easier for transgender people to change the gender on his or her birth certificate.

THURSDAY


House Business Affairs and Labor, 1:30 p.m., Legislative Services Building Room A

House Bill 1269 to prevent action against an employee who discusses his or her salary, a pay transparency law.

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