Members of Colorado Black Democratic Legislative Caucus work together on common interests

KMGHPublished: January 22, 2018
Published: January 22, 2018

There have been a number of hits and misses in President Donald Trump’s first year. Among the hits would be the nomination of Colorado judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court and the passage of the tax overhaul plan. The misses would be the President’s promised repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act and the DACA and CHIP programs that lapsed under the President’s watch. Denver Post columnist Krista Kafer and Blair Miller of sat down There are 100 members of the Colorado legislature – 35 in the Senate, 65 in the house.  In addition to being broken down by political party, the lawmakers can be subdivided into caucuses, groups that work together to advocate for legislation promoting common interests. State Senator Angela Williams, the chair of the Black Democratic Legislative Caucus, joined Anne Trujillo to talk about her caucus’ agenda on this week’s Politics Unplugged. Politics Unplugged airs Sundays at 4:30am & 4pm on Denver7.

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