Legislator Chess Game: Plotting Their Next Moves
It is unclear when the lobbyist/gift reform Amendment 41 will take effect in Colorado. It could have been as early as Dec. 1 or could be as late as Jan. 19. With the Amendment 41 provisions clear about what a former legislator can or can’t do, many term-limited politicians are looking at quitting sooner rather than serving out their terms to avoid future conflicts or limitations to their next career move. Here is your “score card” on what outgoing legislators have indicated they will do before Amendent 41 might take effect. Help us keep this updated.
Provisions in Amendment 41:
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