Colorado Prohibition on Funding of Aborted Fetal Tissue Trafficking (HB 1121)
This law was last updated on Mar 2, 2018
HB 1121 would require each higher education institution that receives funding from the state to file a verified report each year with the joint budget committee stating whether or not the institution engaged, directly or indirectly, in the purchase or trafficking of aborted human body parts.
If such an institution affirms that they engaged, directly or indirectly, in the purchase of trafficking of aborted human body parts, the general assembly would be prohibited from appropriating any money to that institution.
Identical to HB 1099, which failed to pass during the 2017 legislative session.