Date Is Set for Workplace Harassment Policy Meeting

November 28, 2017

(Nov. 29) – The Executive Committee of the Legislative Council will meet Dec. 15 to consider changes to the legislature’s workplace harassment policies, it was announced today. “I’m glad we are moving forward with this discussion to improve our workplace harassment policies,” said Speaker Crisanta Duran, who has proposed a variety of changes, beginning with

Campaign Finance Reform Bills Head to Senate

April 13, 2017

(April 13) – Two bills by Majority Leader KC Becker and Rep. Jeff Bridges to increase transparency and accountability in Colorado’s elections earned final from the House this morning. HB17-1261 ensures that voters know who is paying for mass election communications by requiring “paid for by” disclaimers on all electioneering materials. “In the name of

Campaign Finance Reform Bills Pass House

April 11, 2017

(April 11) – Sponsored by Majority Leader KC Becker and Rep. Jeff Bridges, two bills to increase transparency and accountability in Colorado’s elections earned initial approval from the House this morning. HB17-1261 ensures that voters know who is paying for mass election communications by requiring “paid for by” disclaimers on all electioneering materials. “In the

Three Campaign Finance Reform Bills Pass Committee

April 6, 2017

(April 5) – Sponsored by Majority Leader KC Becker, Rep. Jeff Bridges and Rep. Chris Kennedy, three pieces of legislation to increase transparency and accountability in Colorado’s elections passed out of the House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee this afternoon. “One thing we can do to create greater confidence in our electoral system and