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As of March 26th, the entire State of Colorado is under a Stay-at-Home Order issued by Governor Polis and subject to Public Health Orders issued by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. Many areas in and around our communities have seen people turning a blind eye to the Order. So, what happens when […]

Dealing With Delinquent Accounts during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Colorado, the legislature has suspended operations and postponed the hearing of both pending house bills 1200 & 1333.  A new hearing date has not been set.  This postponement provides you with additional time to further your knowledge on the impact either of these bills (if passed) would have on […]

You can influence state legislation. Here’s a checklist on ‘how to influence pending state legislation.’ Ideally, you have established a personal relationship with your State Senator and State Representative. Regardless, your input to state legislators and/or the Governor aids these elected officials in establishing statutes that reflect better public policy. Click here to determine who […]

Census 2020 – Why It’s Important

Every ten years, the Constitution requires that the government take a head count (so to speak) of America’s population.  The compiled data from this Census provides essential information that is used in important aspects of our country, including the following:      Divvying up seats in Congress Drawing congressional district boundaries How federal and state funding […]

In January 2020, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development released updated guidelines pertaining to Emotional Support Animals (“ESA”) under the Fair Housing Act (“FHA”). These new guidelines materially altered the previous guidelines relating to emotional support animals by changing the documentation requirement for emotional support animals and by changing the type of animal […]

In late May 2019, Governor Polis enacted legislation which, in part, authorized the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (“PUC”) to regulate vehicle booting companies in a fashion similar to the way the PUC regulates towing companies. The proposed rule will: Define “vehicle booting company”; Set standards and procedures for booting vehicles and paying to have the […]

** FRAUD ALERT ** A local banking institution recently issued a warning that thieves have been targeting landscaping companies in the Front Range, stealing checks from their mailboxes. The checks are then deposited with forged signatures and/or the checks are reprinted for additional fraudulent transactions. Once the account number on the check has been compromised, […]

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