Protecting Coloradans from insolvent insurers
Prohibited provisions in rental agreements
Protections for residential tenants
Behavioral health bill would provide services to Colorado youth
Facility Fees Place Coloradans at Risk
On Friday, March 23, 2023, Julia Char Gilbert, CCLP's Connelly Policy Advocate, provided testimony to the House Health & Insurance Committee for House Bill 23-1215, Limits on Hospital Facility Fees. CCLP is in support of HB23-1215. Dear Madame Chair, Mr....
Pro-Tenant Bills in the 2023 Legislative Session, Part 2
This is the second of two articles related to the Pro-Tenant Bills in the 2023 Legislative Session. To read Part 1, please click here. Rent Stabilization These protections on their own cannot fully protect renters from being displaced when their rent increases...
A Summary of Pro-Tenant Bills in the 2023 Legislative Session, Part 1
Protections for renters are important for Colorado. Pro-tenant policies lead to greater housing stability, particularly for our lowest income households. They also can help prevent displacement and the process of gentrification – changing the character of a...
Myths & Facts: Ending Colorado’s Unconstitutional Sponsorship Law
Part 2: What is Credit Reporting, and How Does It Harm People with Medical Debt?
Accessing and maintaining good credit is essential to achieving economic mobility. However, a derogatory mark on a credit report can likewise significantly harm one’s life. When an individual struggles to pay off medical debt, the resultant poor credit report can...