The 2021 State Legislative Session, which was an unconventional legislative cycle due to COVID-19, adjourned sine die on Tuesday, June 8, 2021.
The State Legislature convened for a three-day "Extraordinary Session" to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a long and unprecedented state legislative session, Monday, June 15 marked Sine Die for 2020.
A summary of events at the State Capitol where representatives from the University of Colorado testified and presented.
May 3, 2019 marked “sine die,” the final day of the 2019 state legislative session. This session, there were 23 new legislators in the House and 5 new legislators in the Senate. It was an exciting time to engage a new group of elected officials on the important work of CU across Colorado.
Spring 2019 Briefs.
More than 150 guests attended CU Advocacy Day at the Capitol, including CU Advocates, alumni, donors, legislators, regents and friends.
CU Advocacy Day at the Capitol was attended by more than 150 people, including CU Advocates, alumni, donors, legislators, regents and friends.
More than 50 scientists from 11 research institutions presented their research at the State Capitol for a special poster session.
A summary of all bills signed by Governor Hickenlooper that are of interest to the University of Colorado and UC Health.

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