Bipartisan bill will help lower health care costs (Jan. 31) – The House approved Rep. Chris Kennedy’s bill to increase transparency for health care costs in Colorado’s hospitals. “The high cost of health care is impacting consumers and businesses alike. It’s been a real struggle for people to keep up with the rising cost of
(Jan. 30) – This week, the House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee defeated a so-called “right-to-work” bill. The bill would have hampered the ability of workers in our state to organize, a right provided through long-standing federal law. “A win for Union Workers today! HB18-1101 (Right to Work) was defeated in committee,” said Rep.
(Jan. 30) – The House Transportation and Local Government Committee approved a bill to improve the safety of train operations in Colorado. The two person crew leading this legislation are Representative Tom Sullivan, D-Centennial and Representative Daneya Esgar, D-Pueblo. “Railroads are a vital part of our communities and we want to make sure that things
(Jan. 30) – The House Health and Insurance committee approved Representative Susan Lontine and Representative Yadira Caraveo’s bill to expand the content in the comprehensive sexual education that many students in Colorado already receive. This bill does not require schools to teach sex education, however, it does add consent, defining a healthy relationship, and sexual