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Report: Coloradans May Never Know Consequences After Harassment Investigations 

Posted: Feb. 5, 2018

State Senate leaders are in a position to decide whether to impose some kind of punishment against Sen. Randy Baumgardner. But it is not clear who will make the decision or if legislative leaders will ever make the findings public. That's because of Capitol rules that keep the process secret, KUNC reports. 

Legislative leaders won't even confirm the existence of a complaint. "We are able to report on it only through extensive reporting, often with sources who are nervous about going public."

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Colorado Legislative Services Lobbyists Join CLA

Posted: Jan. 30, 2018

The team at Colorado Legislative Services in Denver have joined the Colorado Lobbyists Association under a group membership. 

James "Jim" Cole, Zoey Dewolf, Melanie Layton and Garin Vorthmann now have profiles on the CLA website are accessible in CLA's Find A Lobbyist Search and also in the members-only Member Directory.

With the firm's addition, CLA's membership has now topped 50, and we're continuing to offer reduced-price memberships for our first 100 members!

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Members: Tell Us Your News!

Posted: Jan. 24, 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


CLA Issues Another Members-Only Capitol Access Update

Posted: Jan. 30, 2018

The Colorado Lobbyists Association today issued another in a series of member-only updates on Colorado Capitol Access. 

Members: Read the update here (you must be signed into view). Not a member? Join us!

Let us know what you think of this latest news in the Capitol Clear discussion circle. 


Consultant Picked To Help Update Colorado Legislature's Harassment Policy

Posted Jan. 24, 2018

Legislative leaders have selected the Investigations Law Group to offer recommendations on how to change the General Assembly’s workplace harassment policy, public radio station KUNC reports.

Investigations Law Group was one of two finalists after the initial list was narrowed. The leaders were split 3-3 along party lines earlier in the week, but came to an agreement on Wednesday, where they voted 4-2, KUNC said.

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