Construction defects bill would tackle this vexing problem by trying to control insurance rates (CO)

Every year, Colorado legislators pledge to tackle construction defects reform, and every year it doesn’t happen.  Democrats and Republicans swear THIS IS THE YEAR, and there’s a bill with bipartisan sponsorship from state House and Senate leadership that focuses not on construction liability directly but on the cost of insurance that builders have to carry as a result of the law.   Read the article…………


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