Colorado Wraps Up Legislative Session, Makes Historic Investments in Health Care and Education

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WASHINGTON — The Democratic-controlled legislature in Colorado wrapped up its legislative session this week after passing bills to lower costs for people and businesses, build safer and healthier communities, and prepare students for success. Among the top priorities, legislation was passed to:

“Colorado is a shining example of the power of Democratic state legislatures,” said DLCC President Jessica Post. “In just 120 days, state Democrats have passed legislation that will transform the lives of Coloradans by lowering costs for working families, expanding access to behavioral health care, creating free universal preschool, building more affordable housing, protecting reproductive rights, and so much more. For voters frustrated by the lack of action at the federal level, look to the Colorado legislature as to what’s possible with a Democratic majority and vote for Democrats down-ballot this November.”

Accomplishments of the Democratic-controlled Colorado House and Senate:

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