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Aug 16, 2023

Kipp, Valdez, Willford Opinion: Energy upgrades to apartment buildings will help Colorado hit its climate target

Aug 14, 2023

Majority Leader Duran: Even decades after sexual abuse, victims need a pathway to seek justice

The state Supreme Court said the 2021 Abuse Accountability Act is unconstitutional. So, let’s change the Constitution.


Jul 10, 2023

Speaker McCluskie: Taking Action Now to Secure Colorado’s Water Future

We’ve reached the crisis point for the Colorado River and the future of the American Southwest.
We need creative solutions for living with a River that contains less water, yet has more
demands for its limited supplies.


Feb 13, 2023

Rep. Brianna Titone: Colorado needs a right to repair law for agricultural equipment

When you buy something and a component breaks, you should be able to fix it. This principle goes beyond the irritation you may feel at how difficult it is to get a replacement part or battery.


Jan 23, 2023

Meghan Lukens: My first bills will address access to broadband, teacher licensure, affordable housing and more

Being your state representative is truly the honor of a lifetime. The first few days at the state Capitol were filled with excitement and hope. On Jan. 9, all newly elected legislators were sworn in, and we now have a majority women state legislature for the first time in Colorado history.


Sep 18, 2022

Rep Cutter: It’s time to invest in our most valuable asset — Colorado kids

President John F. Kennedy Jr. once said, “Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future” and we couldn’t agree more.


Aug 25, 2022

Majority Leader Esgar: Celebrate Pueblo Pride - but don’t forget the work yet to come

Happy Pueblo Pride! It’s time for another year of celebration for the LGBTQ community here in Pueblo.

Aug 10, 2022

Rep. Cutter: $750 Colorado Cashback Checks coming to your pockets this August

For Coloradans all across the state, the past few years have been challenging to say the least.

Jul 7, 2022

Rep. Tracey Bernett: Building a sustainable, resilient future through better building codes

This past session, as the clock wound down on our time to pass impactful and progressive legislation for the state of Colorado, one of my last bills still on the table was HB22-1362.

Jun 25, 2022

Rep. Mike Weissman: ‘Dobbs’ anti-abortion decision joins shameful Supreme Court rulings

These were the reactions of several women friends I talked to about to the radical, dangerous Dobbs decision by the U.S. Supreme Court last Friday.

May 17, 2022

Rep. Dylan Roberts: The 2022 legislative session concludes with progress on many fronts

We just concluded one of the most impactful and bipartisan legislative sessions in recent memory. We responded to Colorado’s most pressing needs and passed legislation that will move our state forward.

May 13, 2022

Rep. Barbara McLachlan: Bipartisanship Accomplishments

As we hit the 120th day of the 2022 session, I reflect on our accomplishments. After several nights working past midnight, then coming back to work early the next morning, survival right now feels like a major success.

Mar 23, 2022

Rep. Amabile: Filing a wildfire insurance claim shouldn’t be another trauma

They lost their homes in an instant. Getting a settlement shouldn’t take months

Jan 24, 2022

Majority Leader Esgar & Rep. Frolich Opinion: Abortion access must be written into Colorado law because Roe vs. Wade is in jeopardy

This year could very well be the last anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court case that established the constitutional right to abortion.

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