Which is why Sen. Jim Smallwood introduced a bill that requires schools to include the Safe Haven Law as part of sex education. Everyone on the committee said it was a good idea. The bill seemed on track to pass, then came a detour.
“I am honored to be appointed Chair. I am looking forward to working with my colleagues to ensure affordable health care choices for all Coloradans and lead Colorado back to responsible and limited government,” remarked Senator-elect Jim Smallwood.
Smallwood, of Parker, led Castle Rock banker and Army veteran Benjamin Lyng 39.04 percent to 38.58 percent - with only 69 votes separating them. Smallwood is the president of Smallwood Select Financial Corp.
I am a 20-year Douglas County resident and a lifelong Republican, and a husband, a father and a small businessperson. I have always worked in the private sector and know firsthand how to create jobs. I also have a strong working knowledge of healthcare in Colorado, and have spent decades working with business owners and Colorado working families to find the best possible solutions to our health insurance and retirement savings challenges. I have a long track record as a leader in both business and the community.