House Approves Gun Safety Package

April 22, 2013

(April 22) – The final parts of the Colorado legislature’s 2013 gun safety package won House approval today when it passed bills to keep firearms out of the hands of people with domestic violence convictions or court restraining orders, and to require in-person training courses for concealed carry handgun permits. The domestic violence bill is

Keeping Jobs in Colorado

April 22, 2013

(April 22) – A measure to make sure more Colorado taxpayer dollars stay in Colorado, supporting Colorado businesses and putting Coloradans to work, passed the House today on a bipartisan 38-26 vote. HB13-1292, known as the Keep Jobs in Colorado Act, is sponsored by Reps. Pete Lee (D-Colorado Springs) and Dan Pabon (D-Denver). It will

House OKs Final Parts of Gun Safety Package

April 20, 2013

(April 19) – The final parts of the Colorado legislature’s 2013 gun safety package won preliminary House approval today with voice votes on bills to require people with domestic violence convictions and dangerous people with court restraining orders to surrender their firearms upon court order, and to require in-person training courses for a concealed carry

Bipartisan Telecom Deregulation Bill Passes House

April 19, 2013

(April 19) – A bill that reforms current telecommunication laws by exempting certain internet protocol-enabled services from oversight by the Public Utilities Commission passed the House today unanimously. HB13-1255, sponsored by Reps. Angela Williams (D-Denver) and Carole Murray (R-Castle Rock), exempts from regulation by Colorado’s Public Utilities Commission, with certain limitations, IP-enabled services and voice