Senator Steve Fenberg | Update on Senate Business So Far
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Update on Senate Business So Far

15 Feb Update on Senate Business So Far

It’s been a busy few weeks at the Capitol with committee hearings already going late into the evening and all four of my introduced bills moving quickly through the legislative process.

Some Bad News

Just yesterday, the Senate State Affairs Committee, on which I sit, voted on 11 bills, including suicide prevention in schools, establishing an opioid overdose prevention facility, and repealing the permit requirement for gun owners to conceal-carry in public. After the 8-hour long committee, children and our public health were put on the back-burner by a party-line vote, but rolling back gun safety measures was unfortunately fast-tracked through committee.

On the Bright Side…

On the bright side, all of my introduced bills so far have either passed all the way through the Senate or have been given initial approval in committee!

Community Tour
Tonight!
Finkel & Garf Brewing Co.
5455 Spine Rd | Boulder
6pm-7:30pm


Town Hall
with Maj Leader Becker & Rep Hooton

Thurs, Feb 22nd
Twisted Pine Brewing Co.
3201 Walnut St | Boulder
5:30pm-7pm
RSVP here

To keep up-to-date on other bills of importance, such as the bill to ban bump stocks, and more events around Boulder County, sign up for texts from my team. We will keep you in the loop on what’s happening at the Capitol and in the district.

Onward,