HB 18-1175 The Sunset Community Association Managers Bill was assigned to the Senate Finance Committee where it failed on a 2-3 vote to get out of committee. The Senate Finance Committee voted on April 10, 2018 to postpone the bill indefinitely. What does this mean for all the CAMs? Generally, it means that without furtherGo to Article

After gaining momentum and clearing the first two votes in committee, the House of Representatives today killed HB18-1126 by a vote of 29 yea’s and 34 no’s.  The bill, as drafted, raised dogs to the same type of protections afforded to political expression, the flag of the United States of America, drought tolerant vegetation and renewableGo to Article

On January 30, 2018, the House Business Affairs and Labor Committee conducted a public hearing on the Community Association Manager Sunset Bill. After hearing public comments from interested parties, the Committee approved the introduction of HB 18-1175, which supports a majority of the recommendations contained in the 2017 Sunset Review Report provided by the DepartmentGo to Article

On January 19, 2018, House Bill 18-1126 was introduced and assigned to the Local Government Committee. HB 18-1126 proposes to prohibit association regulations banning dogs due solely to breed, weight, or size classifications.  If passed, associations would no longer be able to adopt blanket restrictions prohibiting specific dog breeds, i.e. pit bulls, dogs larger than aGo to Article