(Feb. 27) – A bill to create a program to incentivize energy efficiency improvements within the Colorado housing market passed the House Transportation & Energy Committee today by a vote of nine to four. HB13-1105, sponsored by Reps. Mike Foote (D-Lafayette) and Max Tyler (D-Lakewood), would create a voluntary program designed to create consumer demand
(Feb. 27) – The last of many House GOP bills to diminish women’s reproductive rights and limit personal medical decisions was killed in committee today by House Democrats on a party-line vote. Not once but twice, Colorado voters have resoundingly rejected proposed amendments to the state constitution that sought to outlaw abortions by conferring “personhood”
(Feb. 27) – A bill to make sure all qualified Colorado high school graduates can better afford college sailed through its first House committee today. SB13-033, sponsored in the House by Reps. Crisanta Duran (D-Denver) and Angela Williams (D-Denver), will offer in-state college tuition rates to all Colorado high school graduates, regardless of immigration status.
(Feb. 26) – A bill to improve reporting to the Secretary of State to help with economic development and business support in Colorado passed the House Business, Labor & Economic & Workforce Development Committee today by a vote of nine to two. HB13-1167, sponsored by Reps. Crisanta Duran (D-Denver) and Brittany Pettersen (D-Lakewood), will require