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2023 Legislative Session Bill Tracking

Below is a list of bills that are supported (or not) by the All Families Deserve a Chance Coalition.  We update this list as each bill moves through the various legislative committees that needed to address it before coming to a vote of the legislature. The progress can be seen in the Status column.   PLEASE NOTE: In the Title & Description column, some of the Titles may have a link to an information sheet or draft of the bill. Those links will be underlined and highlighted in green.

Bill #

Sponsors

Title and Description

Position

Status

SB23-007

S: Zenzinger, Kirkmeyer

H: Kipp, Catlin

Adult Education

Gives authority to higher education institutions to grant high school equivalency degrees and adds digital literacy skills into potential curriculum.

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Introduced


H: Lindsay, Fields

SNAP E&T

Improves access to training for mobility, workforce center access, and programming under the SNAP E&T program.

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Not yet introduced



Fair Work Week

Improves scheduling and pay conditions for part-time workers, especially in retail, by compensating workers for schedule changes, combatting close to open shifts, and limiting reliance on part-time over full-time workers.

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Not yet introduced


S: Winter

Tenant Screening Protection Bill

Protects tenants from discriminatory landlord practices around 

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Not yet introduced


S: Hansen

EITC/CTC Expansion

Increases state-level Earned Income Tax Credit from 20% to 40% and expands both the amount and eligibility for the state-level Child Tax Credit.

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Not yet introduced

HB23-1006

H: Young

S: Exum

Employer Notice of Income Tax Credits

Requires employers to provide employees notice of the state and federal income tax and child tax credits in appropriate languages.

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Introduced


H: Kennedy

TABOR Rebate Reallocation

Makes permanent the equal distribution of TABOR rebates to those making under $250,000 as an individual or $500,000 as joint filers.

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Not yet introduced


H: Willford

Dependent Allowance on Unemployment Insurance

Establishes a weekly dependent allowance for those on unemployment insurance with dependent children or adults.

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Not yet introduced

SB23-027

S: Cutter

Food Pantry Assistance Grant Program

Allocates $3 million of General Funds to the Food Pantry Assitance Grant for FY23-24 and extends the grant for five years.

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Introduced


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