Colorado construction-defects reform centerpiece assigned to ‘kill committee’ (CO)

House Speaker Crisanta Duran assigned the business community’s centerpiece construction-defects reform bill late Tuesday to the so-called “kill committee,” disappointing backers and sponsors of Senate Bill 156 and refocusing efforts on a yet-to-be-introduced successor bill that deals with fewer of supporters’ concerns.  Duran, D-Denver, said in a statement that “every bill receives a fair hearing and the (House State, Veterans and Military Affairs) committee led by Rep. Mike Foote is very thorough in their work to vet policy.”    Read the article……………


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