Bills to Increase Lobby Transparency & Streamline Behavioral Health Services

March 27, 2019

Weissman-Cutter sponsored bills moving through legislature (Mar. 27) –  Rep. Lisa Cutter’s bills to improve lobbyist transparency and streamline the behavioral health services into one license are moving through the legislature. Yesterday, the House State, Veterans, and Military committee approved a bill, sponsored by Rep. Cutter, D-Jefferson County, and Rep. Mike Weissman, D-Aurora, that would

Rep. Froelich’s Bipartisan Bills to Lower Cost of Health Care & Help Students Moving Through Legislature

March 27, 2019

(Mar. 26) –  Rep. Meg Froelich’s bills to help students and lower the cost of health care are moving through the legislature. Earlier today, the full House approved a bipartisan bill, sponsored by Rep. Froelich, D-Englewood, that would increase the accountability of online schools. This afternoon, a House committee gave approval to her bipartisan bill

Becker-Caraveo Bill to Prioritize Health and Safety of Coloradans & Give Local Communities a Voice Takes Next Step

March 26, 2019

(Mar. 25) – The House Finance committee passed a bill to update Colorado’s antiquated oil and gas laws to protect families and individuals from residential drilling by putting health and safety first, empowering local communities, and protecting Colorado’s clean air and clean water. “Oil and gas drilling is happening in neighborhoods at unprecedented levels and