State Legislative Session

2021 State Legislative Session: What to Expect

The 2021 Colorado Legislative session was scheduled to start this Wednesday, January 13 but it’s been announced that the full return won’t happen until at least mid-February due to the coronavirus pandemic. The five-week delay means the General Assembly will […]

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Coloradans Forced to Address Climate Change Costs

The “Coloradans for Climate Justice” committee has just been established to oppose Proposition DD, a measure to fund Colorado water infrastructure projects. Critics say the proposition unfairly puts the cost of climate change on the people rather than on oil […]

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Colorado Stands Against SLAPPs

On June 3, Gov. Jared Polis signed into law a measure that will make it easier for individuals and organizations to defend themselves against SLAPP suits.     A SLAPP (strategic lawsuit against public participation) is a kind of lawsuit […]

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Dot Org: Equal Pay Act

Senate Bill 85 (SB 19-085: The Equal Pay for Equal Work Act) was introduced January 18, 2019. At the federal level the gender gap in pay is not due to be closed until 2060.  So SB 85 is designed to […]

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