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
Capitol Updates Archive
This archive page features Capitol Updates for the 2016-22 Colorado General Assembly sessions. Updates are sorted in reverse chronological order, based on the date they were last updated. For additional legislative information, including Capitol Updates prior to 2016, please see our Legislative blog category. For Capitol Updates beginning in the 2023 legislative session, please see our new Capitol Updates page.
This bill would increase fairness in the eviction court process and reasonably limit late fees.View Update
This bill would create a new grant program in the Department of Education (CDE) to allow public schools and districts to supply their students with menstrual hygiene products at no cost.View Update
This bill would increase the state Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) to 20 percent of the federal credit and expand the state EITC to include all workers aged 18 and over.View Update
This bill would create the Office of Gun Violence Prevention within the Department of Public Health and Environment to coordinate and promote effective efforts to reduce gun violence.View Update
Passed as a bill each year separate from the budget, the School Finance Act (SFA) sets funding levels for Colorado’s 178 school districts for next school year.View Update