Preventing Child Fatalities

May 6, 2013

(May 6) – A bill that will help prevent child fatalities by reforming the fatality review processes passed the House today by a vote of 44 to 21. SB13-255, sponsored in the House by Reps. Jenise May (D-Aurora) and Jonathan Singer (D-Longmont), makes numerous changes to the current child fatality review system by requiring local

Kagan’s Tax Cut Bill Heads to Hick

May 6, 2013

(May 6) – The House gave final legislative approval today to a bill to help make sure the state’s economic recovery benefits more working Coloradans and their families. SB13-001, sponsored in the House by Rep. Daniel Kagan (D-Cherry Hills Village) and in the Senate by President John Morse (D-Colorado Springs), would enact a permanent state

Republicans Put Politics Over Victims & Families

May 3, 2013

(May 3) – The House gave voice-vote approval today to a bill to protect rape victims from their rapists, closing a tawdry episode in which the House Republicans chose to invent scenarios and fire political cheap shots instead of buckling down and working to address actual policy issues. SB13-227, a bipartisan bill sponsored by Senate

House Approves Kagan’s Tax Cut Bill

May 3, 2013

(May 3) – A bill to help make sure the state’s economic recovery benefits more working Coloradans and their families won preliminary House passage today. SB13-001, sponsored in the House by Rep. Daniel Kagan (D-Cherry Hills Village), would enact a permanent state earned income tax credit of 10 percent of the federal EITC, and would