During a forum before the vote, Hernández said he would focus in the legislature on boosting housing density, fighting gun violence, increasing wages and reducing Colorado’s incarceration rates
The Sun’s investigation, published this week, found that HOAs have filed roughly 3,000 foreclosure cases since 2018, more than 250 of which have resulted in properties being auctioned off. At least 100 of the properties auctioned off were sold for $60,000 or less, according to court records.
The two most lobbied bills in the legislature — a land-use measure and legislation to improve hourly workers schedules — were killed by state lawmakers
Members from around Colorado met to discuss how the task force can fulfill its job: providing a unified recommendation for state legislators by December.
Small businesses need government to enforce the rules, to produce the premium reductions necessary to keep providing health coverage to workers.
The legislature’s nonpartisan lawyers warn that House Bill 1306 won’t necessarily prevent lawsuits and highlighted a host of potential loopholes in the policy
The General Assembly formed House and Senate workplace harassment committees in 2019 in the wake of a scandal that rocked the Capitol. They haven’t been used — until now.
The legislation will prevent wrongful convictions and make all of us safer by increasing trust between communities and law enforcement officers.
Too many families are in pain to wait for conclusive data to arrive. The burden should be on producers to prove their products are safe.
One legislator’s recap of the 2023 General Assembly from the Democratic Party perspective.