Bill Lee Cadman (born October 4, 1960) is a Colorado legislator. First elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 2000, Cadman was appointed to fill a vacancy in the Colorado Senate in 2007. He currently represents Senate District 12, which covers rural Colorado Springs, Fort Carson, Security-Widefield, Cimarron Hills, and Cheyenne Mountain. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a national association of legislators, in addition was recently elected as President of the Colorado Senate when the GOP won control of the chamber for the 1st time in ten years. He was previously Republican Leader while in the minority.

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  • Bill Lee Cadman (born October 4, 1960) is a Colorado legislator. First elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 2000, Cadman was appointed to fill a vacancy in the Colorado Senate in 2007. He currently represents Senate District 12, which covers rural Colorado Springs, Fort Carson, Security-Widefield, Cimarron Hills, and Cheyenne Mountain. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a national association of legislators, in addition was recently elected as President of the Colorado Senate when the GOP won control of the chamber for the 1st time in ten years. He was previously Republican Leader while in the minority. (en)
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  • 1960-10-04 (xsd:date)
  • 1960-10-4
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  • President of theColorado Senate
  • Minority Leader of theColorado Senate
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  • HB09-1165
  • HB10-1087
  • HB10-1287
  • HB11-1065
  • HB11-1284
  • HB11-1320
  • HB12-1175
  • HB12-1352
  • SB09-097
  • SB09-255
  • SB10-099
  • SB10-105
  • SB10-127
  • SB11-031
  • SB11-059
  • SB11-112
  • SB12-026
  • SB12-086
  • SB12-152
  • SJM09-007
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  • Postponed indefinitely in House committee
  • Postponed indefinitely in Senate committee
  • Signed by Gov. Ritter
  • Laid over daily on House calendar
  • Lost in House second reading
  • Signed by Gov. Hickenlooper
  • Vetoed by Gov. Ritter
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  • Concerning a limitation on a lender's ability to collect against a debtor's personal liability when the loan is secured by collateral.
  • Concerning the elimination of the requirement that an employer withhold Colorado income tax.
  • Concerning the use of a state-owned motor vehicle for commuting purposes.
  • Concerning clarifying changes to provisions pertaining to institutional peace officers.
  • Concerning a study of the cost of regulatory compliance for businesses in Colorado.
  • Concerning a prohibition against collective bargaining by government entities.
  • Concerning the encouragement of a state agency to pursue Colorado-specific solutions in lieu of federal regulation whenever possible.
  • Concerning restrictions on the appearance by public officials in communications paid for with state moneys.
  • Concerning the Colorado shared services authority.
  • Concerning the regulation of alcohol beverages.
  • Concerning changes to the procedures for filing reports with the General Assembly under the "Information Coordination Act".
  • Concerning a state agency rule that creates a state mandate on local government.
  • Memorializing Congress to protect the right of workers to cast secret ballots in workplace elections.
  • Concerning a prohibition on the expenditure of state moneys to disseminate information in the mass media that features specified elected state officials.
  • Concerning the acceptance by members of the General Assembly from a joint governmental agency of this state of the payment of or reimbursement for certain expenses related to the member's attendance at a meeting of the joint governmental agency.
  • Concerning motor vehicles valued as collector’s items for historical reasons.
  • Concerning the creation of a state database containing information about sole-source contracts to which governmental entities are a party for the purpose of implementing changes [...]
  • Concerning the creation of a state commission to address matters arising out of the Lower North Fork wildfire.
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  • 12 (xsd:integer)
  • 15 (xsd:integer)
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  • Cadman
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  • Lisa
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  • October 2011
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  • Senator
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  • 2009 (xsd:integer)
  • 2010 (xsd:integer)
  • 2011 (xsd:integer)
  • 2012 (xsd:integer)
  • 2013 (xsd:integer)
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  • American politician (en)
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  • Bill Lee Cadman (born October 4, 1960) is a Colorado legislator. First elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 2000, Cadman was appointed to fill a vacancy in the Colorado Senate in 2007. He currently represents Senate District 12, which covers rural Colorado Springs, Fort Carson, Security-Widefield, Cimarron Hills, and Cheyenne Mountain. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a national association of legislators, in addition was recently elected as President of the Colorado Senate when the GOP won control of the chamber for the 1st time in ten years. He was previously Republican Leader while in the minority. (en)
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