Democratic lawmakers, business leaders reach impasse on construction defects legislation (CO)

Construction-defects reform legislation hit a snag as frustrated Democrats accused a group of business leaders and affordable housing advocates of throwing up roadblocks to a bipartisan bill that had been set for its first hearing Wednesday, but a spokesman for the coalition says they’re still at the table and are confident an agreement can be reached.    Read the article…………..


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