Yesterday Governor Hickenlooper signed the first bills passed by the 2011 state legislature. Seven bills were signed:
HB11-1023 continuing the foreclosure deferment program
HB11-1015 changing the requirements needed to receive CPA certification
HB11-1001 endorsing the printing of the Colorado Revised Statutes
HB11-1006 creating new rules for Regional Tourism Authority board members
HB11-1009 clarifies provisions for compliance with the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision
HB11-1022 regarding financing of property and the Dodd Frank Act
HB11-1037 extending the military checkoff on Colorado tax returns
Audio of Tuesday's bill signing is available on the Governor's website.
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