This bill continues the registration of Direct Entry Midwives, otherwise known as Certified Professional Midwives or “home-birth” midwives, and implements the recommendations made by the Department of Regulatory Agency’s 2020 report.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.
Need help finding specific info? Updates are sorted in reverse-chronological order, based on the date they were last updated. You can also use the update filters in the sidebar to filter this archive by update type and by Colorado Children's Campaign's position on the legislation. For additional legislative information, including capitol updates prior to 2016, please see our Legislative blog category.
This bill would remove the exemption of agricultural labor from state and local minimum wage laws and would grant agricultural employees meal breaks and rest periods throughout each work period, consistent with protections for other employees.View Update
This bill would hold insurers accountable for testing their big data systems to ensure they are not unfairly discriminating against protected classes and requires them to take corrective action to address any consumer harms that are discovered.View Update
This bill would make changes to several state and local government taxes, including increasing the threshold for the business personal property exemption from $7,900 to $50,000, raising the value of personal property owned by a business that may be exempted from tax filings.View Update
This bill would reduce burdensome regulations family child care homes (FCCHs) face by simply requiring local regulatory entities to treat family child care homes as residences for regulatory purposes such as zoning, fire, life safety, and building codes.View Update
This bill would increase fairness in the eviction court process and reasonably limit late fees.View Update