Tag:General Assembly

Senate Considers Telehealth Reimbursement for Dentists

While telehealth has become a common part of life during the COVID-19 pandemic, state legislators are looking to adapt state law to include dentistry...

Lawyer Legislators Introduce Divorce Process Alternative

Attorneys might have another tool for out-of-court dispute resolution if the Colorado General Assembly approves a bill establishing the Uniform Law Commission. HB21-143 would...

Colorado Supreme Court Finds High-Speed Bill Reading Unconstitutional

The Colorado Supreme Court held that a high-speed bill reading during the General Assembly’s 2019 session didn’t comply with the Colorado Constitution.

Air Quality Control Commission Votes Down Cap and Trade

State regulators on Feb. 19 rejected a request for the state to create a market-based mechanism to drive down greenhouse gas pollution from Colorado...

Lawmakers Set Agenda for 2021 Session

The legislative session resumed Feb. 16 with opening day speeches from presaging a session likely to see partisan fights on a range of topics

Audit Finds Wasteful Spending in State Court Administrator’s Office

The Office of the State Auditor concluded Dec. 7 that the State Court Administrator’s Office wasted millions of dollars over four years on no-compete...

General Assembly Passes Business Aid Bills

Colorado’s legislature wrapped up a three-day special session Dec. 2 by passing a package of bills to address the economic crisis caused by the...

Court Opinions- Jul 13, 2020

Warembourg v. Excel Electric, Inc. Brian Warembourg, an employee of Schmidt Custom Floors, Inc., provided flooring for a new home being constructed by Feller Homes,...

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