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.
Foster Graham Makes Waves in State Senator Recall, Return of Cryptocurrency
Foster Graham Milstein & Calisher, LLP announced two big wins at the end of 2022, one delaying the recall of a Colorado state senator.
Senate Minority Caucus Elects Sen. John Cooke as New Minority Leader
Sen. John Cooke was elected to serve as the new minority leader and Sen. Bob Gardner will be the new assistant minority leader.
Colorado Senate Minority Leader Chris Holbert Announces Resignation
Senate Minority Leader Chris Holbert on May 2 announced his resignation from the Colorado Senate effective May 31.
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.
Senate President Leroy Garcia Announces Resignation
Colorado Senate President Leroy Garcia announced on Feb. 3 he will resign from the Colorado Senate to accept a position at the Pentagon.
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.
Short Bill Means Significant Changes for Construction Defect Claims
A three-page bill introduced Tuesday in the Colorado Senate won’t be the highest-profile measure introduced this session, but it’s poised to send ripples through...
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