2020 Colorado legislative session: Expect new vaccine bill, more pushback for Polis
Colorado Democrats, in total control of the statehouse for the second straight year, enter the 2020 legislative session with some unfinished business and plenty of new ideas. Last year was the first since 2013 in which Democrats controlled the state House, Senate and governor’s office, and so the session was essentially a 120-day race to clear a backlog of priorities that liberals had been waiting years to advance. The results? Sweeping oil and gas reform. A ban on conversion therapy for minors. And the state’s first new gun-control measure in years, among many, many others.
Source: The Denver Post