A bill in the legislature proposes home warranty owners be allowed to make the switch.
Littwin: Colorado GOP seems to be doing all it can to remain an ever-shrinking minority party
GOP vows futile effort to slow down gun bills, just as it did on abortion. It gets worse. Check out the conspiracy-fueled race for state party chair.
What’s Working: Colorado is more transparent about wages than any other state
Updates to the Equal Pay for Equal Work law have begun. Plus: Homeownership, 487 people waiting 10+ weeks for unemployment benefits, labor department jobs and more!
Colorado gun buyers would have to wait 3 days before accessing their weapons under waiting-period proposal
The waiting-period bill, expected to be formally unveiled this week in the House, is part of a package of gun control measures Democrats are planning to introduce at the Capitol this year
Colorado law makes it very difficult and financially perilous to sue the gun industry. That’s likely to change.
Colorado Democrats this year are poised to roll back the state’s extra protections against lawsuits for gun and ammunition manufacturers and sellers, which are among the toughest in the country
Colorado businesses, organizations and government entities spent nearly $56 million on federal lobbying in 2022
Spending increased 54% from 2018 to 2022 as Congress spent trillions of dollars responding to COVID-19
Many kids in universal preschool will likely end up in school districts. Will that shutter community providers?
Colorado’s expanded preschool program will serve 3-year-olds who need more schooling before kindergarten. With districts managing state funding for those kids, community providers worry they will meet a financial cliff.
Colorado may force new homes in wildfire-prone areas to adhere to a state building code
A forthcoming bill would create a new board with powers to tell local governments how houses must be built in the wildland-urban interface
Adjuncts will soon qualify for federal student loan forgiveness but Colorado Democrats want to give them more aid toward debt relief
A bill would give adjunct instructors, who may rely on food banks and share housing, full-time employment status for the sake of applying for federal student loan forgiveness
Colorado Democratic Party, GOP prepare for intraparty reorganizations that will have big influence over their future
Both parties will have new chairs, and how leadership elections go on the county and congressional and legislative district levels will play a big role