During the 2019 legislative session, the General Assembly considered measures related to veterans and the military concerning education, employment, income taxes, license plates, vehicle registration, and public safety.
This memorandum provides information concerning occupational and professional licenses for military spouses, including reciprocity and other licensing mechanisms for military spouses in Colorado and other states, and federal efforts to address military spouse licensure.
During the 2018 legislative session, the General Assembly considered measures related to military and veterans, including their education, employment, and involvement in the criminal justice system. Other legislation addressed veterans' benefits and federal issues concerning Colorado.
This memorandum provides information about professional licensure requirements in Colorado.
Over 100 professions and occupations are currently required to be licensed, certified, or registered with state agencies in Colorado. The majority are regulated by the Division of Professions and...
This memorandum summarizes the Public Utilities Commission's (PUC’s) authority to regulate passenger carrier services, taxis, and transportation network companies (TNCs). Specifically, this memorandum discusses PUC regulations concerning common carriers, contract carriers, limited regulation...
This issue brief provides an overview of benefits available to veterans in Colorado. It also includes an explanation of service-connected disabilities, as many benefits are available only for disabled veteran.
Presented to the Joint State Veterans and Military Affairs Committee at its December 16, 2016, meeting.
2014 Summary of Major Military and Veterans Issues Legislation