DENVER (KDVR) — Lawmakers at the state Capitol are done with this year’s session.
Senators gaveled out around 10 p.m. Monday night after the House wrapped up around 9:45 p.m. No surprise that things did not end on a quiet note.
Lawmakers are leaving this year’s session thinking about walkouts, housing, property and how they can better work together in the future. The day after the end of the session, there were differing opinions about the work lawmakers did during their 120 days at the Capitol.
“This session delivered real results on the issues that matter to Coloradans,” House Speaker Julie McCluskie said Tuesday morning, reflecting on the session at a press briefing.
“We’re sad that the people of Colorado…
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