Gov. Jared Polis announced late Thursday that Colorado’s special legislative session aimed at providing people with economic relief from the state’s worsening coronavirus crisis will begin on Nov. 30.
The session will start at 10 a.m. on that date and must run at least three days.
“We are living in a moment of unprecedented urgency,” Polis said in a written statement announcing the date of the special lawmaking term. “We will act to support our small businesses who face challenging months ahead, provide relief to hardworking people, support child care and improve broadband access for students and educators.”
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