Tag:Public Safety

Legislative Look Ahead: Public Safety, Cost of Living, the State’s Litigious Environment in Focus

The Colorado Legislature began its session Jan. 10, and property tax, public safety and the cost of living are expected to be top priorities.

Gov. Polis Delivers 2024 State of State Address Jan. 11

Gov. Polis delivered his 2024 State of State address focusing on housing costs, reliable transit across the state and public safety.

Colorado Gov. Polis prioritizes K-12 education spending in budget proposal

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis wants to fully meet the state’s financial obligation for public education in the state budget next year, eliminating the so-called budget stabilization factor for the first time in over a decade.

What’s In Store for the 2023 Colorado Legislative Session?

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.

Gov. Polis Addresses Club Q Shooting, Housing in State of the State

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis gave his State of State Address Jan. 17 discussing a myriad of issues, including the Club Q shooting and housing.

Preview: Colorado General Assembly Session Begins Jan. 9

As Democrats continue to have a stronghold in the Colorado General Assembly, it’s expected some major legislation could be passed this year in their favor.

Polis Stresses Affordable Housing, Reducing Health Care Costs in State of the State

Gov. Jared Polis delivered the 2022 State of the State, noting reducing health care costs, affordable housing and addressing public safety will be among his top priorities for the session.

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.