Bill would allow prospective students to access information regarding the expected return on investment of a private occupational school degree. DENVER, CO– The House voted 63-0 today to pass Representative Cathy Kipp’s bipartisan bill to collect and distribute information related to the return on investment (ROI) that students can expect from private occupational schools and
The House today unanimously passed HB20-1039, which would increase government transparency by creating a web portal that allows the public to search for information about state agency rulemaking. “We’ve heard from constituents that it needs to be easier for them to find information about the rules that state agencies are working on,” said bill sponsor
DENVER, CO– Representative Kerry Tipper’s bipartisan bill to give the Colorado Attorney General the authority to challenge certain business mergers or acquisitions under state antitrust statutes today was approved by the House Judiciary Committee by a vote of 7-2. The bill has already been passed by the Colorado Senate. “It’s time to stop relying on
The House Committee on Education today passed Representative Cathy Kipp’s legislation to improve and expand the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI). The vote passed by unanimously. “Over the last six years, the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative has helped 75,000 Coloradans access and be successful in their pursuit of higher education,” said Rep. Kipp, D-Fort Collins.