Construction-Defects Bill Gets Green Light in Senate

The Colorado Senate on Friday gave preliminary approval to a bill that makes changes to Colorado’s controversial construction-defects law — changes that proponents say will reinvigorate the moribund condominium construction market.

The Senate passed the measure, Senate Bill 177, on a voice vote with Republicans in the majority. It is scheduled to face a third and final reading next week before heading to the House, where it faces significant opposition in the Democrat-controlled chamber.

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