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 child careGo to Article

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 recommendations forGo to Article

Prior to the beginning of the 2017 Legislative Session, the legislature promised to address construction defect reform.  True to their words, five different and, in some cases, competing bills have been introduced, aimed at addressing construction defects.  The latest bill, SB 17-157, introduced by Senator Angela Williams (D), takes the best of previous attempts atGo to Article

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 there isGo to Article

During the 2015-2016 federal legislative season, the Ham Radio lobby introduced H.R. 1301, a bill that seeks to prohibit associations from banning Ham Radio antennae in their communities.  This bill has been vehemently opposed by CAI for various reasons, and recently the parties reached a compromise with respect to the language contained in the bill.Go to Article

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