House Gives Early Approval to Galindo-Singer Bipartisan Bill to Reauthorize Colorado Resiliency Office

April 18, 2019

House also gives preliminary approval to Galindo bill to protect Colorado call center jobs (Apr. 18) – The House gave preliminary approval to Rep. Rochelle Galindo and Rep. Jonathan Singer’s bipartisan bill to reauthorize funding for the Colorado Resiliency Office. Over five years ago, Lyons, Evans, Greeley and other areas of Northern Colorado were hit

Rep. Froelich’s Bill to Increase National Guard Tuition Benefits at CSU-Global Passes Unanimously

April 18, 2019

Since 2018, CSU-Global has graduated over 18,000 students (Apr. 18) –  Rep. Meg Froelich’s bipartisan bill, to allow Colorado State University’s Global Campus to offer students who are National Guard Members tuition benefits unanimously passed in the House. Currently, CSU-Global students cannot seek financial aid or receive tuition benefits through the National Guard’s state statute

It’s Unanimous: House Passes Exum’s Bipartisan Bill to Protect Health of Firefighters and Coloradans

April 18, 2019

(Apr. 18) – The House unanimously approved Rep. Tony Exum’s bipartisan bill to protect firefighters from the dangerous impacts of the manmade Polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFA) which they use on a daily basis. “As a former battalion chief, we often used the material during training and this toxic material increased the health concerns of my fellow