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Comm Summary02:53 PM09:42 PMFinal
Bill Summary Final
Adopt prepared amendment L.001 (Attachment H). The amendment clarifies that the bill will not commute the sentence of anyone already sentenced to death. The motion passed without objection.Final
Adopt prepared amendment L.003 (Attachment J). The amendment changes the legislative intent of the bill to dedicate half of the savings from the abolition of the death penalty to the cold case unit. The motion failed on a vote of 2-9.Final
Adopt prepared amendment L.002 (Attachment I). The amendment clarifies that FTE level in the Attorney General's Office will be maintained. The motion passed without objection.Final
SUBSTITUTE MOTION: Adopt prepared amendment L.004 (Attachment K). The committee discussed the effect of the amendment. The motion failed on a vote of 2-9.Final
FINAL VOTE - Refer House Bill 09-1274, as amended, to the Committee on Appropriations with a favorable recommendation. Committee members commented extensively about their positions on the bill. The motion passed on a vote of 7-4.Final