Tag:Colorado House of Representatives

Proposed Bill Hopes to Curb Coloradans Healthcare Debt

At the end of January, a bill was introduced in the Colorado General Assembly to help reduce medical debt for the state’s residents.

This Too Shall Pass: Remembering Sen. Gloria Travis Tanner

Sen. Gloria Travis Tanner, who was inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame in 2002, died on April 4 at age 86 at her Denver home.

Cost of Living, Crime Rates Priorities for Democrat State Legislative Leaders

Democrat legislative leaders say they will focus on reducing costs of living, addressing crime, funding schools and improving air quality this session.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for Nov. 10

The Colorado Court of Appeals issued its opinion on Rocky Mountain Gun Owners v. Polis, which challenges the passage of the "red flag law."

Former Colorado Governor and Attorney Dick Lamm Dies at 85

While Dick Lamm contributed to several enduring laws, his political career remains in a controversial shadow.

Colorado Considers Ranked Choice Voting Experiment

A committee of the Colorado House of Representatives has given the first push forward to a bill that would allow Colorado cities and towns...

Stephen Hart’s Mark on Colorado Law Practice

History Colorado on Dec. 4, 2019, rededicated its research library in honor of prominent Denver lawyer Stephen Hart of Holland & Hart. Hart, who...

Bill Removing Statute of Limitations in Civil Misconduct Claims Passes House

The Colorado House of Representatives last week gave initial approval to a bipartisan bill that aims to remove the statute of limitations on civil...