In The News

Colorado Bar Association's Jeremy Schupbach Is Latest To Join CLA

Posted: Feb. 13, 2018

Jeremy Schupbach of the Colorado Bar Association is CLA's newest professional lobbyist member. Welcome, Jeremy.

Our association, only in its second quarter of operations, already counts more than 10% of Colorado professional lobbyists as members. Our first-year goal is to get to 20%. 

Accordingly, we're continuing to offer reduced-price memberships for our first 100 members ... don't wait too long, or you'll miss out. 

Join us!


Don't Miss This Month's Lobbyist Filing Deadline

Posted: Feb. 13, 2018

Lobbyists -- don't forget: This month's filing deadline is Thursday. 

View CLA's full legislative calendar here. 


News Regarding Harassment Continues To Dominate Capitol Conversation

Posted: Feb. 13, 2018

Headlines continue to pour forth about the Capitol work environment and harassment claims. The latest: 

• Motivated By Hope For Punishment, Second Sexual Misconduct Complaint Filed Against Sen. Baumgardner  (KUNC)

• Top GOP lawmaker expects to take action on sexual harassment complaint against Colorado legislator this week (The Denver Post)

• Colorado Sen. Larry Crowder Accused By Fellow Lawmaker Of Sexual Harassment (KUNC)

• Another Colorado lawmaker’s credible sexual harassment complaint emerges, as Democrats mount pressure for top Republican to act (The Denver Post)

Guest Commentary: Silence from Colorado GOP on sexual harassment is a baffling hypocrisy (The Denver Post)

• 'In Protest,' Top Senate Dem Withdraws From Sexual Harassment Discipline Process (KUNC)

• Colorado Senate Dems want in on Capitol harassment decisions (The Pueblo Chieftain)


Members: Tell Us Your News!

Posted: Feb. 12, 2018

New client? New office? New area of advocacy practice? 

Colorado Lobbyists Association wants to know!

Members, please click here and sign in to be taken to a form that will capture all the details of your announcement. 

Not a member? Join us


Capitol Identification Card Bill Introduced; Assigned To Senate Finance

Posted: Feb. 5, 2018

Senator John Cooke and Representatives  Kevin Van Winkle and Dave Williams have introduced their Capitol Identification Card bill, SB18-116, which would help high utilizers of the Capitol complex, including lobbyists, to enter buildings. 

The bill authorizes security personnel to allow any member of the public who holds a capitol identification card to enter the capitol complex. The secretary of the senate or the chief clerk of the house of representatives may issue a card to any member of the public who applies for the same, pays a fee, and completes a fingerprint-based criminal history record check. Each card is issued for a 2-year period. The bill sets the initial amount of the fee at $250.

The bill gets its first hearing at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13, before the Senate Finance Committee. 

Members: Follow this link and complete the form if you'd like to serve on CLA's Capitol Access Task Force, which will consider the legislation. 


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