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Colorado Legislative Services

Office of Legislative Legal Services (OLLS) is: Nonpartisan, in-house counsel for General Assembly Established in statute – §2-3-501, C.R.S. Serves all 100 members equally The office is comprised of attorneys; legislative editors, publications specialists, and...

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Legistative Training Slide Shows

PowerPoint from Colorado Senior Lobby Citizen Lobbying Training “Legislative Training with Jeanette Hensley & Rich Mauro” – November 2017 – CLICK HERE PowerPoint from Colorado Senior Lobby Citizen Lobbying Training “Let us look at an actual Bill and the Colorado...

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Glossary of Terms

Appendix V – Terms, Acronyms and Abbreviations from Colorado Medical Assistance Program – CLICK HERE Area Agency on Aging Acronym Quick List - CLICK HERE HCPF – (Colorado Department of) Health Care Policy and Financing Glossary of Acronyms from HCPF – CLICK HERE...

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Additional Legislative Resources

These are resources from 2017 from Colorado Senior Lobby. Colorado State Budget Process Overview – CLICK HERE Demographic Statistics Older Adults Aging in Colorado – CLICK HERE Motions that Bring a Question Before the Assembly Again – CLICK HERE History of the Senior...

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HCBS Resources 2017

Colorado Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Waivers – Adult Waivers 2017 – CLICK HERE Choosing an HCBS Waiver for Adults 2017 – CLICK HERE Single Entry Point (SEP) – August 2016 – CLICK HERE Acronyms: HCBS – Home Community Based Services SEP - Single Entry...

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About Legislative Services

Remember that scene in the Wizard of Oz, where Dorothy was told not to look behind the curtain? Wouldn’t you like to get a good look at the various parts played by the dedicated staff people who are working behind that curtain at the General Assembly? It’s safe to say...

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About CCA Advocacy Committee Meetings

Legislative Committee Meetings (LCM) are held on Mondays from 9:30AM to 11:30AM. During the active Colorado legislative session, the meetings are generally held every Monday, with an occasional change or cancellation due to a conflict with a major event or a federal...

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