Tag:Denver City Council

Denver City Council Passes Ballot Question on City Workers’ Rights to Collectively Bargain, Strike

Denver voters look set to determine the ability of city workers’ rights to collectively bargain and strike on this November’s ballot.

Occupancy limits targeted in first housing affordability bill from Colorado Democrats

A Colorado bill would prohibit cities from enacting limits on how many people can live together, one of the many efforts lawmakers are considering this year to address the state’s housing shortage. 

Denver City Council to Start Year With New Legislative Legal Advisor, Anshul Bagga

The City Attorney Office’s Anshul Bagga will serve as the agency’s next Legislative Counsel, the CAO announced in a press release on Jan. 11.

Colorado Court of Appeals Finalists Selected, New Hires at Denver Firms

This week, three finalists for an upcoming vacancy on the Colorado Court of Appeals were announced and multiple firms announced new lawyers.

Proposal to Create City Attorney Nominating Commission Goes Back to Committee

After a debate with high emotions just below a boil, the Denver City Council on Monday night voted 7-6 to re-refer to committee a...

Developmental Drivers

Denver has been in growth mode for decades, and lawyers have been helping drive that. A group of attorneys met Aug. 21 at Hogan...

Bump Stocks Discussed at all Levels of Government

After the massacre at a Las Vegas concert in October, bump stocks came onto the nation’s radar. The device, used by shooter Stephen Paddock,...

Denver Injection Site Legislation Faces Challenges

Senate Bill 40, introduced at the beginning of the 2018 legislative session, proposes the creation of a supervised injection facility in Denver, but the...