(Nov. 8) – Members of the bipartisan Executive Committee unanimously approved a new Interim Workplace Harassment Policy recommended by the Legislative Workplace Interim Study Committee today. This is the first step towards a reformed process recommended by the bipartisan committee to improve the culture at the Capitol and the process for resolving workplace harassment issues. “Taking
House Dems Majority Grew Substantially, With Returns Still Coming In (Nov. 8) – Earning the support of her colleagues, KC Becker was designated this afternoon by the House Democratic caucus to become the next Speaker of the House. Speaker-designate Becker served as Majority Leader in the 71st General Assembly, helping shepherd the House through two
(Nov. 6) – Coloradans voted in favor of Democratic control of the Colorado House of Representatives on Tuesday. With returns still rolling in, it looked like the House will assemble on Jan. 4 with at least 38 Democrats – and with four races too close to call, the number could even expand up to 42.
(Nov. 1) – Governor John Hickenlooper released his final budget request for FY 2019-20 today. During the 2018 legislative session, House Democrats successfully worked across the aisle to deliver on their commitments to hardworking Colorado families and to responsibly invest in education funding and infrastructure. House Democratic leadership applauded proposals in the budget request that