Capitol ID Card Postponed; Re-Scheduled For Senate Hearing On Tuesday, March 13 

A bill that would allow heavy users of Colorado's Capitol complex to pay for a background check that would let them come and go in buildings more easily is on Tuesday's General Orders calendar in the Colorado Senate. 

SB18-116, Capitol Identification Card, was rescheduled from Monday's calendar. 

The Colorado Lobbyists Association says a survey it took of all lobbyists shows 91.3% support for the idea. It has promoted an awareness campaign, Capitol Clear, to bring attention to the idea, which would require prospective pass holders to submit to a fingerprint-based background check conducted by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.