McCluskie’s Bipartisan Bill to Create Special Districts for Early Childhood Services Gets House Approval

February 26, 2019

Bill will invest in Colorado’s young students (Feb. 26) – The House gave preliminary approval to bipartisan bill sponsored by Rep. Julie McCluskie, D-Dillion, to create special districts for the purpose of delivering early childhood development services. “This bill is about investing in our future and responding to the needs of our communities. Colorado is

Gray & Jaquez Lewis Electric Vehicle Bill on the Move

February 26, 2019

Bill will help consumers and reduce carbon pollution emissions (Feb. 25) – The House Energy and Environment committee approved a bill sponsored by Rep. Sonya Jaquez Lewis, D-Longmont, and Rep. Matt Gray, D-Broomfield, that would extend the Electric Vehicle tax credit from 2022 to 2025 as it is currently set to expire in 2021. “We

Democrats Introduce Local Wage Option Legislation

February 26, 2019

Growth in worker wages spurs consumer spending & a healthier economy (Feb. 25) – Today, Rep. Rochelle Galindo, D-Greeley, and Rep. Jovan Melton, D-Aurora, were joined by county commissioners, workers and business owners to unveil new legislation to provide local governments the option to raise the minimum wage within their jurisdictions. The Senate sponsors of