Together Colorado Legislation




Get Involved this Legislative Session!

Together, we can demand that our elected officials pass legislation to make Colorado a place that centers care, freedom, and dignity. To be a part of our organizing work, sign up below!

Write Your Representative to Vote YES for a Racial Equity Study

We can create a path forward for racial justice, equity, and healing by passing SB24-053 Racial Equity Study.

Tell Your Legislator to Hold Corporate Polluters Accountable!

By passing SB24-166, we can change how we manage ozone in our state to protect the lives and wellbeing of our communities for generations to come.

Tell Your Senator to Vote Yes for Equal Access to Driver's Licenses!

With SB24-182, we can remove barriers for new immigrants to obtain a driver's license helping Coloradans reach their destinations and improving road safety. 




Together Colorado 2024 Legislative Priorities one-pager


Coalition Racial Equity Study bill one-pager.


Together Colorado Racial Equity Study bill one-pager.


For Cause Eviction one-pager.


Coalition Air Quality Enforcement bill one-pager.


Together Colorado Air Quality Enforcement bill one-pager.


Universal Healthcare Study Bill one-pager.



Racial Equity Bill: Art Jones, Sharon Battle, and Meghan Carrier on KGNU
For Cause Eviction Protections: Beth Lindquist's Letter to the Editor in the Colorado Springs Gazette
Racial Equity Bill: Kathy Partidge's Letter to the Editor in the Longmont Times-Call
Racial Equity Bill: Lee McNeil and Pastor Caitlin Trussell in the Colorado Sun

2023 Legislative Summary / Resumen Legislativo

Legislative Session 2023 recently ended. Together Colorado leaders worked tirelessly this session to pass transformative legislation to build trust in our criminal justice system, keep families together, protect our shared earth, and keep Coloradans in their homes and communities, regardless of zip code, immigration status, or color.

2022 Legislative Summary / Resumen Legislativo

During the 2022 Legislative Session, Together Colorado, along with our partners, lobbied our legislature for a just and equitable Colorado, where everyone can thrive, no exceptions. 

Durante la Sesión Legislativa de 2022, Juntos Colorado, con nuestros socios, presionaron a nuestra legislatura por un Colorado justo y equitativo, donde todos puedan prosperar, sin excepciones.

2021 Legislative Summary

During the 2021 Colorado Legislative Session, Together Colorado encouraged our state elected officials to advance our human dignity legislative agenda. As a member-led organization, we identified three pieces of legislation to prioritize: SB21-173 to strengthen renters' rights, HB21-1117 to expand affordable housing, and HB21-1142 to reform the discriminatory police practice known as a showup. Together Colorado Federated Committees supported additional legislation that will keep families together regardless of immigration status, improve conditions for agricultural workers, clean up our air and water, and make sure every child in Colorado has the resources they need to thrive. This session, Together Colorado Leaders and Faith Leaders demonstrated tremendous grassroots organizing power to stand with all our neighbors, no matter what we look like or where we come from.

In this year's legislative summary, we highlight Together Colorado's legislative priorities and the organizing done by Together Colorado Leaders to make Colorado a state where all of us - Black, brown, white, long-time resident or newcomer - can thrive.

2020 Legislative Summary

To say the 2020 legislative session was unprecedented would be an understatement. As Coloradans, we know what it’s like to make tough choices, especially now. The role of our state government is to make our choices a little easier by making sure families have what they need: a safe and affordable home, the ability to earn a good living, stay healthy, and retire in dignity, the opportunity to provide a bright future for our children, and the chance to move through our communities without fearing for our lives or our loved ones. 

We all have a role to play in creating the Colorado we want and we need our state government to step in in a crisis, not step away. That means more than just responding to an emergency; it means investing in us and our collective future. If this pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we all depend on one another. But being in this together and recognizing our dependence on one another also means investing in the people and services that keep our communities safe and functioning during this pandemic and beyond. Now is the time for those we elected to unite across differences and make policy choices that help every-day people in pursuit of a safe and thriving Colorado.

2019 Legislative Summary

During the 2019 Colorado Legislative Session, we encouraged our state elected officials to promote an agenda of human dignity by supporting legislation that provides affordable health care for all Coloradans, allows cities and counties to raise the minimum wage, promotes and protects affordable housing, supports family values by passing paid family and medical leave, and advances the dignity and safety of immigrant families through expansion of the existing driver’s license program.

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Faith Voices: Maya Angelou, “Caged Bird” – Msgr. Robert L. Amundsen 

A free bird leaps on the back of the wind and floats downstream till the current ends and dips his wing in the orange sun rays and dares to claim the sky.

Board of Directors: Addressing Rising Hate in our Community 

We are reaching out again to acknowledge the ongoing intense pain and suffering of the Jewish and Muslim members in our community.

Faith Voices: A Blessing for Equinox – Sister Elizabeth Fuhr 

The June Solstice or December Solstice is the point when the Sun appears to reach its most northerly or southerly excursion relative to the celestial equator of our home, the Earth.



Everyone deserves to live in a safe and affordable home, no exceptions.


The earth is sacred. We must live in balance with all of creation, using only what we need, and recognizing that there is enough for all.


We desire a merciful, rehabilitative justice system that maintains the hope and human dignity of every person.


We desire a moral and communal economy based on the infinite value of human beings, not material objects.


Our children deserve to learn in an environment that nurtures their growth and wholeness


We have a moral obligation to provide equal access to affordable health care for all people.

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