April 9, 2020 •
Colorado Lawmakers Plan to Resume Session May 18
The Colorado General Assembly tentatively plans to return from recess on May 18.
Lawmakers set the date during an April 8 meeting at the closed Capitol.
They also indicated it may change depending on the status of the COVID-19 public health crisis.
The General Assembly has flexibility to extend the session beyond the original May 6 adjournment date.
The timeline to resume is guided by the need to finish the state budget.
The House and Senate did not put an end date on the legislative term and continue to refine the agenda for the remainder of the session.
This does not affect lobbyist reporting.
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