New powers and old problems as 2017 state legislature opens

Author: Thomas E. Cronin and Robert D. Loevy - January 12, 2017 - Updated: January 12, 2017

The Colorado General Assembly, which began its 2017 session Wednesday, is again a divided branch (a Senate with 18 Republicans and 17 Democrats and a House with 37 Democrats and 28 Republicans). Overall, however, the legislature has been somewhat strengthened by a recent constitutional amendment making it more difficult to initiate citizen votes on constitutional amendments. But […]

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Thomas E. Cronin and Robert D. Loevy