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Denver Business Journal – Key Business Vote Legislators

State Rep. Angela Williams, D-Denver, chairs the House Business, Labor, Economic and Workforce Development Committee, and she was lauded for toning down or killing several business-opposed regulatory measures that came through her committee last year.

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Rep. Williams Receives Two Prestigious Honors

READ THE DENVER POST ARTICLE HERE State Rep. Angela Williams receives two prestigious honors, reflecting her growing stature as one of Colorado’s most influential elected officials. The Colorado Black Women for Political Action will honor Rep. Angela Williams for her stellar work during the 2012 legislative session and her contributions to the community, region and […]

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House Bill 1237 – A Good Step for HOA Owners

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 […]

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Stopping the Violence

Read Angela’s Guest Column in the Denver Post

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Tiger Salamander -Colorado State Amphibian?

Colorado has many official symbols but we don’t have a state amphibian. I have a bill drafted and ready to be introduced during the 2012 session that will make the Tiger Salamander the official State of Colorado Amphibian. The Tiger Salamander is the only native and documented amphibian to be found in all 64 counties […]

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University of Colorado Basketball Tickets

Go Buffalos! I partnered with University of Colorado-Boulder to distribute basketball tickets to middle school students and recreation centers in the District. A total of eight middle schools and two recreation centers were given 200 tickets each.

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