Colorado legislators believe this could be the year for construction defects reform

Legislative leaders from both sides of the aisle believe this is the year to pass robust construction defects reform in an effort to spur affordable housing development.  Lawmakers outlined their legislative agendas Thursday at a forum hosted by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. After a disappointing outcome last year on the issue, Republicans and Democrats believe they can advance a package in the upcoming session.    Read the article……………


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