(April 10) – Rep. Daniel Kagan (D-Cherry Hills Village) was the keynote speaker last night at the 32nd Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program organized by the Anti-Defamation League. This event is one of the largest Holocaust memorial programs in the country. The community-wide event, attended by more than 700 people, began with a memorial ceremony
(April 10) – The Colorado House of Representatives memorialized two Pueblo representatives and public servants today. Current Rep. Leroy Garcia (D-Pueblo) brought two memorial resolutions today to honor the lives and work of Rep. Frank Evans and Rep. Bob Jackson. “The work these great men accomplished for Pueblo and Colorado is something to be honored,”
(April 10) – A bill that will continue the Victim Information Notification Everyday (VINE) system passed the House on second reading today. In 2007, the federal Bureau of Justice Assistance provided a grant to create the VINE system, which allows crime victims to obtain free information on the custody status of inmates in county jails.
(April 10) – A bill to blend education and skills programs to help the unemployed rejoin Colorado’s workforce passed the House today on second reading. The bill is a key component of the House Democratic package of bills to accelerate the state’s economy and connect Coloradans to good jobs. HB13-1005, sponsored by Reps. John Buckner