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Public Testimony from Remote Locations

March 4, 2014

The bill allows for remote legislative testimony, including a requirement that at least one location be on the Western Slope. The bill encourages collaboration with universities and their facilities.

Research and Retrieval Fees for Public Records Requests

January 30, 2014

The bill puts a cap on the amount of money a government agency can charge a member of the public for research and retrieval of public records to $30 an hour, including at least the first hour free. Records custodians are also required to publish their fees before charging them.

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Letters & Testimony

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Protecting the Right to Protest in Colorado

February 24, 2017; Blog Post

One by one, state legislatures across the country are introducing laws to crack down on political protest. Unfortunately, Colorado is now among them.

Making the Case for the National Popular Vote Compact

February 23, 2017; Blog Post

A Colorado senate legislative committee recently considered a bill to add our state into the National Popular Vote compact. Although the bill was killed in committee, it sparked an important conversation about reforming the Electoral College to ensure all Americans have the same voting power—no matter what state they call home.

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