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2020 Legislative Session

Colorado's 2020 legislative session began on January 8th and was scheduled to adjourn on May 6th. Pursuant to HJR20-1007, the Second Regular Session of the 72nd General Assembly was temporarily adjourned. On May 26th, the Colorado General Assembly gaveled in for what has already been and will continue to be the most challenging session in recent memory. While they technically still have 53 days, we’ve been told they will only stay in session for three weeks. We will continue to issue updates focused on legislation and issues specific to the affordable housing community. 

For an overview of the current landscape click here.

Legislative Committee Bill Reports

Learn more about the current bills presented in the Colorado General Assembly related to the housing industry and Housing Colorado's position on each bill:

2020 Bill Report - Updated 3/9/2020

If you would like to see bill reports from previous weeks, please email Phillip

Get Involved!

View the recording of our 2020 Advocacy in Action webinar to learn more about how to become an effective advocate on affordable housing issues. Participants will be surprised to learn how accessible state lawmakers are and how easy it can be to effectively communicate your organization’s interests.

Click here for more information about how to get involved in 2020.


Initiative & Referendum Process

In addition to the activities of the General Assembly, Housing Colorado also monitors statewide ballot issues through the initiative and referendum process. We follow regulatory hearings and other procedural business throughout the year to keep our members informed and ensure our members interests are represented every step of the way.

Federal Policy & Congress

As a state coalition partner of the National Low Income Housing Coalition, we keep our members informed of key developments in Congress, include the annual budget development process and allocations to critical federal programs that directly impact resources available to the affordable housing industry. View a complete list of primary policy issues currently monitored by NLIHC

Historic Legislative Committee Bill Reports from Recent Years

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