This bill prohibits a law enforcement official, or other facilitator of a juvenile custodial interrogation, from using deceptive tactics in obtaining a statement from a juvenile. It requires that all law enforcement officials record juvenile custodial interrogations.View Update
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The bill requires the Colorado health benefit exchange board of directors to create and implement a consumer outreach campaign that provides consumers with information regarding the details of the Colorado medical assistance program.View Update
This bill appropriates $2 million in federal stimulus funds to the School Health Professional Grant Program.View Update
SB22-087 (Petterson & Fields/Gonzales-Gutierrez & Michaelson Jenet) Healthy School Meals for All Public School Students
This bill would create the Healthy School Meals for All program, which would provide school meals to all Colorado students, free of cost, in districts that participate.View Update
This bill streamlines the automatic record sealing process. It extends automatic record sealing to all offenses that allow the defendant to petition the court for sealing criminal justice records that are not subject to the victim rights act.View Update
This bill specifies the Department of Education’s duties related to licensed teacher performance evaluation systems, which the department must comply with beginning in the 2023-24 school year.View Update