loading… Having reconvened on May 26, 2020 following the roughly two-month long COVID-19 recess, the Colorado General Assembly officially adjourned sine die on Monday, June 15, 2020. Considering the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, Colorado’s legislature was forced to make difficult fiscal and policy decisions during its last weeks of business. Throughout the session, AltitudeGo to Article

loading… In a unanimous vote from the Senate Local Affairs Committee (5-0), SB 20-126 was amended and referred to the entire Senate for consideration on February 13, 2020. As amended, the bill prohibits, as a matter of public policy, any restriction in a declaration or covenants that would prohibit the operation of an in-home childGo to Article

loading… Late on Friday, Governor Polis vetoed HB 19-1212, effectively killing the manager licensure program.  After a hard fought battle in the legislature, we reported that HB 19-1212 had passed out of the Legislative Chambers with the goal of continuing the manager licensure program for one year, while creating a stakeholders committee to make recommendationsGo to Article

loading… The Seventy-first General Assembly convened on January 11, 2017, and shortly thereafter the first bill relating to construction defects was introduced.  SB 17-045 was introduced by Senators Grantham and Williams and has bipartisan support in both the senate and house.  This bill requires a court, when hearing a construction defect case in which thereGo to Article

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