Tag:2021 Colorado State Legislature

State Bill Expedites Law Enforcement’s Cooperation in U Visa Applications

With the passage of a state bill, immigrants in Colorado gain another mechanism to help ensure their stay in the country

Lawmakers Introduce Trio of Pregnancy-Focused Bills

A trio of state bills could address persistent inequities that make the birthing process uniquely dangerous for ethnic and racial minorities.

Lawmakers Look to Update Children’s Code with 21st Century Language

Colorado lawmakers are considering updating language in Children’s Code with the intention of making it easier for lay people to understand

Gender Identity Discrimination Bill Passes House

The Colorado House of Representatives on April 1 passed a bill that would update state anti-discrimination laws to prohibit discrimination based on gender expression...

Colorado Lawmakers Propose Consumer Data Privacy Law

Colorado lawmakers on March 19 introduced a data privacy rights bill that would give consumers the right to opt out of having their personal...

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...

POWR Act Proposes Big Changes to Anti-Discrimination Laws

Colorado lawmakers are considering a bill that would make sweeping changes to anti-discrimination laws that supporters say address workplace challenges highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the #MeToo movement.

House Considers Immigrant Legal Defense Fund

Colorado lawmakers are considering a bill that could create a statewide fund to sponsor legal representation for immigrants

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