Tag:Colorado General assembly

Expert Advice: New Colorado Gun Laws

The Colorado legislature has a Democratic supermajority and a slew of laws were passed related to a variety of topics including guns. 

HOA Law: Expert Advice

According to a 2021-2022 report from the Foundation for Community Association Research, there were 358,000 community associations in the U.S. in 2021.

Cannabis Law Grows

It’s been about a decade since Colorado legalized marijuana for those 21 and over.

Bill to Remove DA Political Parties from Ballot Killed After Cuts Down

A bill that would have removed a district attorney candidate’s political party from the ballot was killed in committee.

Estate Planning Continues to Change and Grow

Estate planning has seen some major adjustments in recent years, whether it be from law changes or issues related to the pandemic.

Colorado General Assembly Continues Discussions on Mental Health Matters

Colorado organizations are showing their support for numerous proposed bills related to mental health issues that are on the General Assembly’s docket.

Bill Looks to Take Partisan Politics Out of DA and Sheriff Elections in Colorado

The bill hopes to boost public trust in criminal justice by making elections for sheriffs and DAs nonpartisan.

John Gunnell’s Legislative Legacy

In 1881, John Gunnell became the first Black state lawmaker. The Denver Republican faced intense opposition and racism while he served in the House.