Results 1 to 10 of 10
February 2nd, 2010, 11:44 AM #1Colorado: HB-1193 pass final
Colorado HB-1193 sponsors: Representative Pommer (Boulder); also Senator Heath(Boulder)
Final result: YES 33 NO: 32
Acree N Gerou N McFadyen Y Ryden Y Apuan Y Hullinghorst Y McKinley Y Scanlan N Balmer N Judd Y McNulty N Schafer S. Y
Baumgardner N Kagan N Merrifield Y Solano Y Benefield Y Kefalas N Middleton Y Sonnenberg N
Bradford N Kerr A. Y Miklosi Y Soper Y Casso Y Kerr J. N Murray N Stephens N
Court Y King S. N Nikkel N Summers N Curry N Labuda Y Pace Y Swalm N
DelGrosso N Lambert N Peniston Y Tipton N Ferrandino Y Levy Y Pommer Y Todd Y Fischer Y Liston N Primavera Y Tyler Y
Frangas Y Looper N Priola N Vaad N Gagliardi Y Massey N Rice N Vigil Y
Gardner B. N May N Riesberg Y Waller N Gardner C. N McCann Y Roberts N Weissmann Y Speaker(Terrance Carroll) Y
The house is made of: 37 (D) 27 (R) 1(I)
All (R) and (I) voted against.
The following 4 dems voted against:
Rice (Littleton; my rep; Denver Technolgy center)
Kefalas (Fort Collins; was on committee hearing)
Kagan (Denver3; was on committee hearing)
Scanlan (Dillon is a Home Rule Municipality in Summit County)
Find Colorado Districts:
House districts: http://comaps.org/cohouse.html
Senate districts: http://comaps.org/cosenate.html
This map did not work for me (browser issue?): http://comaps.org/allsearch.html
Colorado General Assembly site:
To find your house district number:
--- Committee Hearing votes 1/27 ----
Judd Yes (Chair)
Passed 6/5 (party lines)
February 2nd, 2010, 11:50 AM #2
So Kefalas and Kagan changed their minds. Their no votes would have stopped it at committee. Shame.
I wonder if it weighs on them that it shouldn't have got got past committee.
Good job getting to your rep Rice enough that he felt compelled to actually speak out against his party's bill.
Take him to lunch. He's got nobody eat with.
February 2nd, 2010, 12:08 PM #3Originally Posted by sjangro
February 2nd, 2010, 12:58 PM #4
I had talked to McNulty before and he had said he would vote with No - but he is republican. Middleton clearly did not understood the issue and I actually doubt that she had read the bill at all. From my email conversation with her, it made the impression she was relying on information passed on to her from other dems. Primavera pretty much send me a form letter telling me that she only listens to concerns from people in her district. Also have the impression that she still believes Al Gore invented the Internet ...
February 2nd, 2010, 01:23 PM #5
Al Gore aside...
You raised an important point. Most politicians are not interested in what outsiders have to say about issues that affect their constituents, and if they feel that they are being flooded by outsiders to the point where they can't hear their own people, they will shut down.
If you don't live in Colorado, or whatever state is serving up the advertising tax du jour, be careful you don't make matters worse by pestering the wrong people. Hook up with constituents from a congressperson's district whenever possible, and let them be the voice. Organization is key.
Not to say that non-residents shouldn't speak up, don't get me wrong. But it's important to do it in a way that's effective.Daniel M. Clark
Greg Hoffman Consulting
February 3rd, 2010, 08:47 AM #6
February 3rd, 2010, 02:39 PM #7
Anyone up for breakfast tomorrow morning? I'll be at the hearing at 9.30 AM. Coming from the southern part of the metro area (either by car or lightrail). We can meet somewhere for coffee, food, and chat before heading over to the capitol.
February 3rd, 2010, 11:01 PM #8
this is sort of a guess (after hearing a few things here and there), it appear the package (in which 1193 is located) originated with (or from) recommendation from the Governor's Office.
The only way to stop this, appears to be with one of the governor's office formal/informal approval, then the dems in the Senate might let go. That is probably why they seem to listen but not really and maybe why they gave us a 33/32 (which is the same result as 65/0).
I've mostly given up on this (limit my "lobbying" work to a few hours a day) and have already rush ordered the creation of a Florida corporation. I order the "hand delivery same day" service, it was not cheap $850. I have a handyman coming this week to fix a few cosmetic things and will contact realtors early next week (maybe end of this week). Bye bye Colorado...
Last edited by delsol; February 3rd, 2010 at 11:24 PM.
February 4th, 2010, 08:43 AM #9Testifying Today
I'll be testifying before the Senate Finance Committee today. The hearing starts at 10 am, and HB-1193 is third on the agenda.
Everyone is invited to attend and show their opposition to this bill.
We'll be in the Legislative Services Building, Room A. It's just south of the Capitol building.
February 4th, 2010, 10:23 AM #10Originally Posted by delsol
Also, the e-fairness page from the ABA:
http://bookweb.org/advocacy/salestax.htmlMerchants, any data you provide to Google Shopping should also be in your affiliate network datafeed. More data means more sales!
By zire in forum Introduce YourselfReplies: 3Last Post: November 11th, 2010, 02:57 PM
By dkomen in forum Events and GatheringsReplies: 0Last Post: August 17th, 2010, 12:58 AM
By delsol in forum Colorado Affiliate TaxReplies: 95Last Post: February 5th, 2010, 03:09 PM
By PaulenaC in forum Introduce YourselfReplies: 4Last Post: January 7th, 2008, 12:24 PM