A bipartisan compromise on the future of the embattled Colorado Civil Rights Commission – one of the most politically fraught bills of this legislative session – cleared the Senate with unanimous support on Monday.
But a battle looms ahead in the House. The proposed changes go too far, said House Speaker Crisanta Duran and Rep. Leslie Herod, both Democrats from Denver, in a statement after the Senate last week gave initial approval to the bill.
The House and the Senate now have less than nine days to iron out their differences before the session comes to a close.
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