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Business, Labor, Economic and Workforce Development Committee, Colorado House of Representatives

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The Business, Labor, Economic and Workforce Development Committee is a standing committee of the Colorado House of Representatives. Before 2013 this committee was known as the Economic and Business Development Committee.

Per House Rule 25 standing committees for the Colorado House of Representatives are appointed during the first session after a general election. All committee members are appointed by the Speaker of the House.[1] All appointments last one legislative session.[2] With the exception of the House Service Committee all committees will have between ten and nineteen members, as decided by the Speaker of the House. The House Service Committee consists of only four members.[3] The first member elected to a committee will serve as the chairman, while the second person elected will serve as the vice-chairman.[4] The party representation will be set proportionally to reflect the party representation in the House.[5]

DocumentIcon.jpg See rules: [1]

Committee categories

All meeting times are set according to the Schedule of Committee Meetings passed out on the first meeting of the General Assembly.[6] All committees on this schedule are placed into categories of three with the rule that no representative can be one more than one committee within a category.[7] Special meetings may be held, or meetings may be cancelled, as long as they are announced by the chairman while the House is in session with sufficient time.[8][9]

The following table describes the categories standing committees have been divided into for meeting purposes.

Category Committees
1 Business Affairs and Labor

Judiciary

State, Veterans and Military Affairs

2 Education

Health, Environment, Welfare and Institutions

Local Government

3 Agriculture, Livestock and Natural Resources

Finance

Transportation and Energy

4 Appropriations

DocumentIcon.jpg See rules: [2]

Function

The House Committee on Business, Labor, Economic, and Workforce Development considers matters concerning the regulation of professions and occupations, property and casualty insurance, unemployment insurance, health insurance, workers' compensation insurance, economic development, banks and financial institutions, real estate, labor, and technology. In addition, the committee has legislative oversight responsibility for the Department of Labor and Employment, the Department of Personnel and Administration, the Department of Regulatory Agencies, the Office of Economic Development and International Trade.[10][11]

Membership

2013-2014

The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.

Business, Labor, Economic and Workforce Members, 2013
Democratic members (6)Republican members (5)
Angela Williams, ChairBrian DelGrosso
Tracy Kraft-Tharp, Vice ChairChris Holbert
Tony ExumClarice Navarro
Millie HamnerDan Nordberg
Paul RosenthalLibbi Szabo
Su Ryden

2011-2012

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