Construction-defects bill sent to Colorado House ‘kill’ committee

A much-debated bill touted as a fix for the state’s construction-defects law, which has been blamed for drying up the new condo market in Colorado, appears bound for a legislative burial in the House.  Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst, D-Boulder, introduced Senate Bill 177 on Wednesday on the House floor and promptly assigned it to the State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee, considered a “kill committee” for the measure.     Read the article………..

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