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Colorado Democrats fighting for hardworking Coloradans at the Capitol and across our state

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House Democrats responded to the most pressing needs in Colorado and delivered results. During the 2023 Legislative Session we focused on gun violence prevention, protecting reproductive rights, record public school funding, improving air quality and reducing the cost of housing, health care and prescription drugs.

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JOINT RELEASE: Colorado Economy Continues to Grow

September 20, 2023

Democratic members of the Joint Budget Committee today released the following statements after the Legislative Council Staff and the Office of State Planning and Budgeting delivered the September quarterly economic forecasts

JOINT RELEASE: Wildfire Matters Review Committee Tours Wildfire Fighting Facilities, Meets with Impacted Coloradans

September 7, 2023

This week, bipartisan members of the Wildfire Matters Review Committee (WMRC) participated in a series of site visits throughout the Western Slope to learn more about Colorado’s wildfire response and prevention resources and hear directly from Coloradans impacted by recent destructive wildfires.

Majority Leader Duran, Rep. Lieder to Receive Awards for Championing Labor Laws

August 31, 2023

Majority Leader Monica Duran and Representative Sheila Lieder today will receive awards at Colorado AFL-CIO’s Second Annual Labor Day Labor Champion Award Dinner to celebrate their work in passing laws to better support workplace conditions and boost wages for working Coloradans. Majority Leader Monica Duran will receive the State House Labor Champion Award and Representative Sheila Lieder will receive the Rising Star Award.

JOINT RELEASE: Laws to Improve Contact with Loved Ones While Incarcerated, Remote Accessibility for Court Proceedings Go Into Effect

August 31, 2023

On September 1, two new laws go into effect to lower the cost of phone communication between people that are incarcerated and their friends and family and improve accessibility in court proceedings by allowing remote participation.

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During the 2021 legislative session, House and Senate Democrats passed a historic stimulus package to boost Colorado’s economy, support Coloradans during these unprecedented times, and help the state recover faster from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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