Colorado legislation

How is Colorado’s new farmworkers’ rights bill being received by migrant farmworkers? With a shrug.

In fields hours away from the political pressure cooker of the Colorado legislature, Senate Bill 87 is stoking a different kind of debate.
From article: "The rules [federal] ensure they get decent housing, medical care and transportation. H2-A workers earn a minimum wage of $14.82 an hour, or nearly $1,100 a week." They all respond with vigorous  "Bien!" when asked how they were treated.
Colorado Sun
Monday, July 26, 2021
Colorado News

Erasmo Cano downs a bottled drink and dumps the dregs of packaged cookies into his mouth before he climbs out of the van where he and his coworkers have been taking a 15-minute shade break...

Cano has no complaints.

“Me gusta trabajar,” he says. “I like to work.”

As U.S. Supreme Court makes major election ruling, Colorado enacts new voter access laws

From article: One of the new laws provides more multilingual ballot access to non-English speakers.
7 News
Friday, July 2, 2021
Colorado News

[...] state lawmakers passed several new voting laws this past legislative session to add even more access to voting.

One of the new laws provides more multilingual ballot access to non-English speakers.

Left’s ‘environmental racism’ means crushing power bills

Complete Colorado
Thursday, June 17, 2021
Colorado News

... I’ve been doing politics in Colorado for three decades, and I can easily say I have never witnessed such wanton arrogance and dismissive condescension from those elected to administer our governmental machinery.

Election integrity bills appear doomed to quick death in Democrat-controlled Senate

Complete Colorado
Saturday, February 20, 2021
Colorado News
Two Republican-sponsored election integrity bills are headed for what is known as the “kill committee” in the Democrat-controlled Colorado Senate, with one drawing the ire of Secretary of State Jena Griswold.
 

'National Popular Vote' would mute Colorado's voice in picking our president

Vote no on the National Popular Vote scheme this November.
Colorado Politics
Saturday, March 21, 2020
Colorado News
Apparently, Colorado’s legislature and governor have decided they no longer care about the votes of their own citizens!
 

Unbelievable! Bill To Replace Columbus Day In Colorado Heads To Governor’s Desk

CBS 4
Thursday, March 12, 2020
Colorado News

A bill to repeal and replace Columbus day here in Colorado is headed to the governor’s desk. If signed the holiday would become Mother Cabrini Day.

“This is a conversation that has been going on for about three decades, about how should we handle Columbus Day in Colorado?” Sen. Chris Hansen asked....

Bill to prevent arrests on courthouse grounds advances; sets up state conflict with federal immigration law

Complete Colorado
Friday, February 14, 2020
Colorado News
A bill to prohibit “civil arrest” in or around courthouses passed state Senate review and is now headed to the House Judiciary Committee on February 25.
 

Glenwood DMV now offers licenses for illegal aliens under expansion of 2013 state law

Spokesperson Marissa Molina is a illegal alien Dreamer Polis appointed.
Post Independent
Wednesday, January 8, 2020
Colorado News

Scarcity of appointment times and long waits should be a thing of the past for undocumented Garfield County residents seeking to obtain a Colorado driver’s license under a six-year-old state program.

Another Colorado city joins opposition to Colorado national popular vote law

Referendum to go to Colorado voters in 2020
Colorado Politics
Friday, August 23, 2019
Colorado News

Woodland Park has joined two other Colorado Springs-area communities in opposing a controversial new state law that would award Colorado's nine Electoral College votes to the presidential candidate who wins the popular vote nationwide....

Dem Colorado Gov. Polis Implements Sanctuary State Policy for Illegal Aliens

Colorado forbids police from holding illegal aliens when ICE asks
Police won’t abide by ICE’s requests they hold people beyond a release date
Denver Post
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Colorado News

Colorado law enforcement officials are now prohibited from holding undocumented immigrants [illegal aliens] solely on the basis of a request from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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