On January 18, 2013, Rep. Jared Wright and Sen. Irene Aguilar introduced HB 13-1126 – Concerning Statutorily Established Time Intervals. This summary is published here courtesy of the Colorado Bar Association’s e-Legislative Report.
The bill changes time periods in the appellate process to seven-day periods or periods that are multiples of seven days to avoid actions being due on weekends. Similar changes to seveb-day periods or periods that are multiples of seven days were made to the Colorado Revised Statutes in 2012, pursuant to Senate Bill 12-175. On Feb. 18, the House passed the bill on 3rd Reading; it has been assigned to the Judiciary Committee in the Senate.