The following fact sheets are for legislation from the 96th General Assembly (2009-2010). If you are searching for current legislation see 97th General Assembly.
IFT opposes HJRCA 62. This legislation would place on the
ballot a Constitutional Amendment that would require any pension
benefit change in any article of the Pension Code to pass by a 3/5th
vote of both the Senate and the House.
IFT and CTU oppose HJRCA 60 & 61 known as "TABOR" Amendments that
impose severe, permanent restrictions on state government
IFT supports HB 174 to protect schools close FY' 11 deficit at $12
IFT opposes HB 4706 which eliminates tuition waivers for university
faculty and staff.
IFT supports HB 5154 to prevent the disclosure
of performance evaluations for all public employees under the Freedom of
IFT opposes both HB 6065 and SB 3822 that create the Care of Students
with Diabetes Act.
IFT opposes SB 2494 that contains language making the
voucher program permanent, not a pilot program.
IFT supports SB 3514 that allows for short-term borrowing to make
pension payments for FY 2011.