For information on how laws passed during the 2020 General Assembly affect municipalities, view 2020 Colorado Laws Enacted Affecting Municipal Governments.
The League's Policy Statement guides the CML Executive Board, Policy Committee, and advocacy team during the legislative session.
CML has worked with home rule municipal tax professionals, the business community and the Department of Revenue to develop an Economic Nexus and Marketplace Facilitators model ordinance.
As part of his budget proposal to the Joint Budget Committee on Nov. 12, Gov. Jared Polis announced his intentions to direct $160 million to stimulate economic growth, create jobs, and establish rural broadband connectivity around the state.
This edition of Colorado Municipalities focuses on water, including information about a variety of Colorado water issues. Articles include the Town of Gypsum's focus on water resources, the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo, FIBARK, Closing rural water's generation gap, persistent drought, and more.
The Colorado General Assembly passed several employment-related bills during the 2020 legislative session that affect municipal operations statewide. A recently-released CML Knowledge Now details four of these bills, including the civil liability tied to the bills: paid sick leave, unemployment insurance, whistleblower protection, and race trait hairstyle anti-discrimination.