SB 17-003 repeals the 2010 state law that established Connect for Health Colorado, our state-run insurance Marketplace where consumers can shop for health plans and receive tax credits and subsidies to help them afford those plans.View Update
Each week during sessions of the Colorado General Assembly, we bring you the latest news and analysis of legislation impacting the early development, health, and education of Colorado kids. Check the updates below for analysis, testimony, fact sheets, vote totals, and other information to help you stay informed.
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SB 17-254, often referred to as the “Long Bill,” is the Joint Budget Committee’s budget package for state fiscal year 2017-2018.View Update
HB 17-1184 directs the State Board of Education to incorporate skills relating to information and communications technologies into the 10 content areas during the upcoming state academic standards review.View Update
SB 17-114 creates a new performance indicator that measures the level of improvement in student achievement over the preceding four school years by a public school, school district, the State Charter School Institute, and the state.View Update
HB 17-1187 would tie state revenue growth to personal income (rather than just an arbitrary measure of population and inflation growth), a much more accurate indicator of the economy and a more reflective measure of state revenue.View Update
HB 17-1178 allows a rural school district to hire a non-licensed person to fill a vacant licensed teacher position after the district’s board of education declares a critical shortage of licensed teachers.View Update