The capital is a flurry of activity this week as we all adjust to our new offices, meet the new members and begin work on this Spring’s legislative session. But I wanted to take a moment to pause and wish you a safe and joyful holiday season. Please remember in this time of giving to […]
on December 6, 2012
Speaker-designate Mark Ferrandino appointed Rep. Angela Williams (D-Denver) as chairwoman of the House Business, Labor & Economic & Workforce Development Committee. Rep.-elect Tracy Kraft-Tharp (D-Arvada) will be Rep. Williams’ deputy on the committee, which oversees proposed changes to business regulations and labor law, and will be the committee of reference for major components of the […]
on August 28, 2012
Women have come a long way; what’s stopping us now? By State Rep. Angela Williams Guest Commentary Look how far we’ve come. Women are leaders in the boardroom, the halls of Congress, the manufacturing aisles and winning Olympic gold. Of course we’ve made progress, but see how easy it is to take for granted? We […]
on August 15, 2012
Click above to see what organizations have endorsed Angela Williams for House District 7.
on June 25, 2012
Angela went onto the David Sirota show to discuss the police officer who was killed June 24th at City Park. The officer was a resident of House District 7. You can listen to the audio here.
on June 24, 2012
Angela’s guest column was printed in the Denver Post on June 24th. You can view the column on the Denver Post here. Stopping the Violence Are we owning the violence that grips Denver? Have we made it personal enough to prompt collective action from our entire community? The emotion of my young cousin’s death to […]
on May 24, 2012
In his May 16, 2012, column, Stan Hrincevich bemoans the legislative process and the lack of enforcement mechanisms in the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”), which governs homeowners associations. I agree with Mr. Hrincevich: the legislative process can be frustrating. That frustration is not limited to HOA legislation. Bills get amended in committee, voted […]
on May 9, 2012
Yesterday, the 2012 Colorado legislative session came to a close (and as of this newsletter awaiting the announcement of a special session). As I reflect on the session, it has exceeded my expectations (as it is an election year). We were able to work across the aisle and do the work for the people of […]
on May 8, 2012
Bill Modernizing Colorado Telecom Laws and Lowering Consumer Fees Postponed Indefinitely Legislators Call Upon Public Utilities Commission to Adopt Reforms Denver – Bi-partisan legislation calling for reform of Colorado’s telecommunication laws (SB 12-157) was post-poned indefinitely today in the Senate Appropriations Committee. With a broad coalition of consumers, chambers, technology organizations and providers supporting […]
on April 16, 2012
CONTACT: Rep. Fields 303-246-8280 | Communications Director Dean Toda 303-866-3844 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 16, 2012 GOP’s Rx for Gun Violence: More Guns House Republicans Vote to End Colorado Background Check for Gun Buyers (Denver) – House Republicans’ loyalty to GOP — Guns Over People — prevailed today when they gave initial approval to a […]
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