Brownstein shareholder Sarah Mercer and policy advisor Jia Meeks look ahead to the rest of the legislative session in Colorado, discussing bills we’ve already seen introduced and ones that may be coming soon.
Victim Awareness Training for Judicial Staff, Extending the Office of Public Guardianship Bills Introduced
Lawmakers appear to be hitting a stride in the early stages of the session, introducing more than 200 bills so far.
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Restricting Nondisclosure Agreements for Government Employees, Nongendered Bathroom Bills Introduced
Lawmakers introduced a bill requiring the new MMIR office liaison to report on violent or exploitative crimes against an Indigenous person.
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Senate Minority Leader Chris Holbert on May 2 announced his resignation from the Colorado Senate effective May 31.
Sarah Mercer, a shareholder at Brownstein, gives a 2022 legislative preview at the start of the second regular session of the 73rd General Assembly.
Kathy Arnold accomplished a lot in her time in the legislature, becoming the first woman chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee and sponsoring bills to improve the lives of children in the state.