Bipartisan Legislation to Enhance School Safety Moves Forward

October 31, 2019

DENVER, CO — The bipartisan School Safety Committee today advanced five bills to improve school safety in Colorado, including improving coordination among state agencies working on school safety, expanding access to behavioral health training for educators and mental health days for students, and enhancing the Safe2Tell program. “Our goal must be that not one more child

Interim Committee Advances Bipartisan Legislation to Improve Wildfire Response and Prevention

October 31, 2019

DENVER, CO — The Wildfire Matters Review Committee today advanced five bills related to wildfire prevention and management. If approved by the legislature next session, the bills would improve quality of life for firefighters and take active steps to prevent and mitigate wildfires in the future. “I’m proud of our committee’s work to advance bipartisan proposals that will help prevent wildfires and ensure we

Prison Population Management Interim Study Committee Advances Proposals to Reduce Dependence on Private Prisons and Reform the Criminal Justice System

October 30, 2019

DENVER, CO — Today the Prison Population Management Interim Study Committee advanced three legislative proposals to reduce Colorado’s dependence on private prisons and lay the groundwork for criminal justice reforms to come. This is the first step in the process for the legislature to review these proposals during the next session. “I’m fully committed to moving

Tax Expenditure Evaluation Interim Study Committee Advances Bipartisan Proposals

October 30, 2019

Bills would improve the state’s ability to evaluate tax expenditures for effectiveness, make changes to some existing provisions   DENVER, CO– The Tax Expenditure Evaluation Interim Study Committee today advanced five bills to better evaluate tax expenditures and refine existing tax provisions in order to improve the state’s tax code. “Today, we advanced proposals to modify