Colorado Legislative Council Staff
NO FISCAL IMPACT
March 10, 1998
Susan Colling (866-4784)
TITLE: CONCERNING RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY RELATED TO THE CONTINUATION OF REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN PERIODIC REPORTS TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY FROM EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIAL BRANCH AGENCIES UNDER ARTICLES 16 TO 90 OF TITLE 13 AND UNDER TITLES 14 TO 21, COLORADO REVISED STATUTES.
Summary of Assessment
The bill repeals statutory requirements for periodic reports to the General Assembly under Sections 13-16-101 to 21-2-106, C.R.S. The bill would be effective upon signature of the Governor and would apply to all requirements for reports to the General Assembly by Executive agencies or the Judicial branch that were in existence before July 1, 1996.
The bill is assessed as having no fiscal impact on state revenue or expenditures. The bill simply eliminates certain reporting requirements that the Executive and Judicial Departments must present to the House Judiciary committee on various sections of the Colorado Revised Statutes.
Department of Corrections
Department of Human Services
Department of Law