House Approves Bills to Address Opioid Crisis

April 26, 2019

More than one million Coloradans experience mental health or a substance use crisis each year (Apr. 26) – The House approved two bills today that expand services to people recovering from opioid addiction. HB19-1287 passed on second reading. The bill is a product of the Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorders Study Committee. “There are

Rep. Froelich’s Bill to Increase Voting Access for Coloradans with Disabilities Unanimously Wins House Approval

April 26, 2019

Democrats working to increase access to ballot box (Apr. 25) –  Rep. Meg Froelich’s bill to increase voting access for people with disabilities unanimously passed out of the House. This important legislation would give voters with disabilities greater access to the ballot box in order to fit their specific needs. “It’s important that we provide

Colorado House Passes Two Housing Bills

April 25, 2019

(Apr. 25) – The House gave preliminary approval to two bills that would expand the supply of affordable housing and hold landlords accountable. HB19-1322, sponsored by Rep. Dylan Roberts, D-Avon, and Rep Perry Will, R-New Castle, will expand funding for affordable housing statewide. Under this bill, money will come from the State Treasurer from the