Gov. Jared Polis and a bipartisan group of state lawmakers are presenting their policy goals for the 2020 legislative session Tuesday evening at The Colorado Sun’s Big Ideas Forum at the University of Denver.
The program begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Cable Center at DU. Come back to this page Tuesday evening to find a live stream of the event.
The forum allows the public to hear directly from the governor and lawmakers about pressing topics that will get plenty of attention this session, including college debt, mental health, teen vaping and teacher pay. The co-hosts for the event are CBS4 and the University of Denver’s Estlow Center for Journalism & New Media and the Center on American Politics.
In addition to the Democratic governor, the speakers for the event are:
- Sen. Jack Tate, R-Centennial
- Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet, D-Commerce City
- Rep. Yadira Caraveo, D-Thornton
- Sen. Paul Lundeen, R-Monument
If you’ve got questions about the forum or want information about how to attend, email email@example.com.
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