Here, you can scroll through all the bills we’ve highlighted during this legislative session, divided by good bills (green) and bad bills (red).
By following the link to each bill’s page, you can:
Allow concealed carry on school grounds.
Require businesses to accept cash as a form of payment.
Classify hydro electricity as a renewable energy.
Prohibit discrimination based on COVID-19 vaccine status
Permits parents to be present during online classes, and limits schools from dictating the home setting during instruction.
Prohibits compulsory union shops in Colorado.
Establishes educational tax credits for private and home schooling.
Exemption from gun transfer background check for concealed carry permit holders.
Creates civil liability for improperly used "red flag" actions.
Requirement of citizenship to register to vote.
Semi-regular audits of Colorado's voter registration system.
Repeals the governor’s ability to suspend firearm sales during an emergency
A reduction of income taxes for certain taxpayers.
Makes mail-in ballots optional, and allows in-person voting.
Deregulates direct-to-consumer sales of animals shares
Creates a government Office of Gun Violence Prevention
Legal changes to Charter Schools which threaten their existence in Colorado altogether.
More fees on Uber drivers, etc
Expands firearm transfer background check requirements.
Ban on plastic bags
Creates a Public Option, forcing medical providers to accept mandated pricing created by unelected bureaucrats.
Creates a taxpayer-funded immigrant legal defense fund
Provide “family planning” for illegal aliens through taxpayer-funded Medicaid
Allow illegal aliens to get any license, certificate, or registration from the state
Require all lost or stolen firearms to be reported to the state
Creates a government "Ministry of Truth"
Prohibits students from being arrested, ticketed or cited for most misdemeanor crimes if it is committed on school grounds
Radical election changes including 16 year olds voting in party caucuses, no ID required for petition circulators and more
Allows cities to ban concealed carry rights
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