House Passes Bills to Boost Rural Economies

March 9, 2020

Legislation would extend and improve the Rural Jump-Start Program and cement the Outdoor Recreation Industry Office DENVER, CO–  The House today passed two bipartisan bills to boost rural economies. HB20-1003, which passed 51-13, would extend and expand the rural Jump-Start program, and HB20-1191, which passed 44-20, would promote the outdoor recreation industry in Colorado. “The

House Guarantees New Rights for Mobile Home Owners

March 9, 2020

Legislation would protect residents from retaliation and secure new rights to privacy and utility billing transparency for mobile home owners DENVER, CO–  The House today passed HB20-1196, legislation to create new rights and protections for mobile home park residents, by a vote of 41-22. “No one should lose their life’s savings or be forced to

House Passes Behavioral Health in Schools Package

March 9, 2020

House passes three bills to enhance the Safe2Tell program, allow behavioral analysts in public schools and excuse absences for behavioral health issues DENVER, CO– The House today passed a package of bills, sponsored by Representatives Meg Froelich, Dafna Michaelson Jenet, and Lisa Cutter, to improve the state of behavioral health in public schools and support