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2014 Campaign Kickoff

2014 Campaign Kickoff

I would like to thank each and every one of you for your support over the years. It has been my great pleasure to represent Colorado House District 7 for these last few years and I am very proud of each and every one of the bills that I have passed that directly benefit my […]

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Colorado Legislature passes 2 bills to help homeowners avoid foreclosure

Two bills aimed at protecting homeowners from losing their homes to foreclosure passed out of the Colorado General Assembly Monday. The Colorado Senate passed HB-1295 — sponsored by state Rep. Beth McCann, D-Denver, and Sen. Jessie Ulibarri, D-Commerce City — which prohibits “dual tracking,” in which a lender negotiates with a borrower while simultaneously pursuing […]

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Colorado online-retailer tax bill faces partisan split

Businesses are closer to discovering whether a proposal to boost Colorado’s ability to collect sales taxes from online retailers is an effort to even the playing field between e-retailers and brick-and-mortar stores — or whether it’s a tool to lead a witch hunt against small Internet-based businesses. To Read more click here

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Workers’ comp reform bill arrives in Legislature — in much-compromised form

A workers’ compensation reform bill that business leaders have been worrying about all legislative session got finalized on Wednesday — but in a form that very few company leaders are expected to fear anymore. To Read more click here

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Workers’ comp reform bill moves on to Colorado Senate

A compromise workers’ compensation reform bill went from picking up little Republican support to picking up absolutely no GOP backing as the Colorado House gave its final approval to the measure Thursday on a Democratic-led party-line vote Wednesday. House Bill 1383, sponsored by Rep. Angela Williams, D-Denver, would increase from two to four the minimum […]

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Colorado House gives initial OK to budget proposal

With the economy recovering and more revenue projected in the state’s general fund this year, Colorado lawmakers in the House on Thursday night gave initial approval to a state budget proposal. After tussling for several hours over a barrage of amendments, they passed a plan with increased cash for wildfire prevention and flood recovery, as […]

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