Energy Legislation Review Committee Advances Bipartisan Bills to Promote Renewable Energy

November 4, 2019

DENVER, CO— The Energy Legislation Review Interim Study Committee today advanced three bipartisan bills to promote renewable energy transmission, storage and use after spending the last several months meeting with stakeholders across the state on energy issues.  “From improving our state’s air quality to taking action on climate change, increasing the use of renewable energy

Bipartisan Proposals Advanced to Expand Access to Higher Education

November 4, 2019

DENVER, CO — The Making Higher Education Attainable Interim Study Committee today advanced three bills that would make it easier for Coloradans to access and pay for higher education. “Recent research from the Colorado Department of Higher Education shows that earning a college or post-high school degree leads to longer life expectancy, better health and

JBC, Dems React to Polis Budget Request

November 1, 2019

DENVER, CO — Joint Budget Committee Democrats today released the following statements on Governor Polis’s FY 2020-2021 Budget request: “I appreciate Governor Polis’s FY 20-21 budget request, and I look forward to developing a responsible and balanced state budget that prioritizes education and transportation and continues lowering the cost of health care for all Coloradans,” said incoming

Early Childhood and School Readiness Legislative Commission Advances Legislation to Support Early Childhood Educators and Invest in Children

October 31, 2019

DENVER, CO– The Early Childhood and School Readiness Legislative Commission today advanced four  legislative proposals to improve state law and create new grant programs to support early childhood students and educators,  “As a lawmaker, a mother of two, and a former early childhood administrator, I am very pleased with the legislation we advanced today,” said