Tag:Colorado Legislature

Barrel Racer, Legislator, ‘Hootenanny’ Enthusiast: Kathy Arnold’s Legacy

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.

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.

General Assembly Sends Greenhouse Gas Bill to Polis

Colorado lawmakers acted Tuesday evening to establish enforceable greenhouse gas emission limits in a new bill sent to Gov. Polis.

Colorado Senate Passes Bill to Expand Workers’ Comp Physician Choice

Colorado on May 4 passed a bill that would give injured workers more choice when selecting treating physicians in workers’ comp cases.

Senate Bill Could Spur Power Grid Construction

The General Assembly is considering legislation that aims to drive the construction of additional electricity power line capacity, hoping to speed up the push...

Lawmakers Seek to Remove Discrimination from Foster System

Democrats in the General Assembly are moving legislation aimed at rooting out discrimination in the foster care system and adoptions. HB21-1072 would require public and...

CBA Prepares for Session’s Start

As the Colorado legislature gets back to work for 2019, the Colorado Bar Association is likewise getting down to work in pushing for issues...