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2017 Legislative Action

2017 Legislative Action

Clerk & Recorder > 2017 Legislative Action

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CLERK'S OFFICE FOCUSES ON LEGISLATION TO
BETTER SERVE THE PUBLIC

The Clerk and Recorder's Office is actively involved with the State legislative process which impacts our office and you, our customers.

The Colorado General Assembly is in session January - May each year.  During that time, bills are introduced in the House and Senate which, if enacted, become law and will govern our state and its citizens. We are committed to ensure the proposed legislation is in the best interest of the citizens of Colorado.

Some of these bills have a direct bearing on the departments of the Clerk and Recorder's Office:

Elections
Recording
Motor Vehicle
Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners

The bills which pertain to our office are researched and tracked as they proceed through the legislative process. Visit “How a Bill Becomes Colorado Law” on the General Assembly website to learn more.

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Clerk and Recorder Chuck Broerman, or his representative, will testify at committee hearings for bills which would most significantly affect our state. We work diligently to provide State Legislators with the perspective and experience of this office so they are aware of all the facts before voting on a bill.

The bills which the Clerk and Recorder considers the most important to our office are provided with detailed information on the page 2017 Bill Monitoring. Our office will be involved with these bills at each stage of the legislative process.  In addition, there are other bills which we will track and take action on, if deemed prudent.

The list of bills will be updated weekly to reflect the current status.  As new bills are introduced in the House or Senate, they will be added.

We strongly encourage you to read the information to learn about legislation pending before the General Assembly and to contact your State Legislators to voice your opinion.  The names and contact information for El Paso County Legislators are provided for your convenience on the page Contact Your Elected Officials.

You also may contact our office with questions or comments:

Chuck Broerman
Clerk and Recorder
(719) 520-7306

chuckbroerman@elpasoco.com

Thank you for your interest and civic involvement.