Tag:General Assembly

Lawmakers Publish First Drafts of Judicial Reform Bills

State lawmakers released the first drafts of bills to change how Colorado handles complaints against judges.

Colorado AG Gives Insight Into Upcoming Privacy Act

As cybersecurity concerns grow, the Colorado Privacy Act will soon take hold in the ever-evolving world of data.

New Colorado Law Has Major Impact on Debt Collections and Hospital Bills

A new law recently passed by the Colorado General Assembly is having a major impact on how hospitals collect patient bills.

New Labor Laws, Guidance Has Major Impact on Colorado Employees and Employers

The Colorado General Assembly and Department of Labor and Employment are having a big year implementing new laws and guidance impacting many employers and employees.

Criminal Record Sealing Bill Clears Another Hurdle

The House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday approved a bill to make it easier to seal criminal records for non-violent offenses.

Fentanyl Bill Passes First Committee Vote with Amendments Following Emotional Hearing

A bill to address the fentanyl crisis passed its first committee vote on Wednesday with amendments to add harsher penalties for possession.

‘Free-Range Parenting’ Law Narrows Definition of Neglect

Colorado recently adopted a law narrowing the definition of child neglect to protect parents who take a "free-range" approach to childrearing.

State Republicans Reveal 2022 Legislative Agenda on Affordability, Crime and Education

Republican lawmakers announced their legislative priorities for 2022 on Wednesday, including public safety and education bills.