Community manager law amended before it formally takes effect (CO)

My July 2, 2013, column discussed landmark legislation under which community managers became licensed in Colorado for the first time starting Jan. 1 of this year. While the law is technically already in effect, the administrative rules implementing the law will not take effect until July 1. At the end of this past May, not long before the official implementation of the rules, the legislature passed an amendment to the original law, known as House Bill 15-1343.    Read the article………….


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