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Legislative Session Sine Die

The legislative session has now ended with May 8th, 2024 marking sine die, the last day. All bills that did not make it on schedule must start the process anew next session. I hope you are able to join me at my next town hall for a post-session review, observations, and takeaways.

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The second regular session of Colorado’s 74th General Assembly began on January 10, 2024. For the next 120 days, my colleagues and I will be working hard for our constituents, and passing bipartisan legislation to make a better Colorado for all. I have been assigned to the Finance Committee. Every legislator is allowed to introduce five “individual” ...

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Tax Relief Session

In November, Governor Polis called for legislators to address some pressing matters to curb the effects of inflation and increase in property taxes and rents for Colorado citizens. Here are the highlights from the session of bills that passed into law:

  • Property Tax: Increase base exemption $55K (70K total); reduce assessment to 6.7% ...

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Legislative News

I held a town hall update in September. I like to host regular town halls to update the constituents on how I am working for you. I have been busy during the interim attending various events and connecting with diverse constituents, as well as researching and stakeholding for the bills I plan to run next session. If you missed the town hall, not ...

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This past weekend, I attended the Castle Rock PrideFest. I had intended to stop by PrideFest in the morning on my way to Pueblo for the Colorado State Fair. I was informed that morning, however, that a group of men intended to disrupt Pridefest by “open carrying” in front of the event to intimidate event goers. So I canceled plans to ensure I could ...

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