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Friday, April 18, 2019
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Colorado Governor Polis signs long bill
DENVER — Governor Jared Polis today signed SB 19-207, FY 2019-20 Long Bill, into law. He was joined by sponsors and Joint Budget Committee members Senator Dominick Moreno and Representative Daneya Esgar. The budget funds top priority items including free full-day kindergarten, saving people money on health care, and investments for water and transportation.
SB19-207 establishes an operating budget of $31.9 billion total funds of which $11.8 billion is General Fund.
“This budget lays a strong foundation for a bold vision for our state, creating opportunity for all,” Governor Polis said. “A product of collaboration and teamwork with Colorado’s leaders in the General Assembly, this budget ensures that our state’s economic success can be realized by every child, adult, and business in our communities. My top priority in this first year as Colorado’s 43rd Governor was to provide access to free, full-day kindergarten to every Colorado family. I am proud to say that this budget makes that vision a rapid reality, with funding now available for the school year that starts this fall.”
BARN FOOTNOTE: Here are some snashots of some of the departments that impact agriculture…
To read the FY 2019-20 Budget letter transmittal – CLICK HERE
To view the entire long bill – CLICK HERE