IN THE NEWS
Colorado lawmakers move closer to prohibiting certain animals from being used in traveling performances
The Colorado Sun
“As with circuses and with the rodeo, you know, there’s lots of ways to entertain folks that don’t involve traveling, exotic animals and performance,” Froelich said."
Why I Ditched My Job to Run a Campaign I Believe In
A wonderful editorial written by our campaign manager Nicoll Mischel on why believing in change is important and how to help facilitate it!
Greenwood Village Under Fire for Its Resolution to Protect Officers from Civil Liability
Recently, Greenwood Village chose to override a portion of our state's police accountability law. This article details my response to this.
Colorado Lawmakers Tighten Public Health Rules At Capitol For Rest Of Session
This article details our dedication to following public health guidelines at the capitol throughout the pandemic.
Colorado Democrats want to reduce plastic use but differ on how
Plastic Pollution is a serious issue. This article discusses some of the bills that are attempting to address these issues.
Parents of students with autism want behavior therapists allowed in Colorado classrooms
Information regarding the need for ABA therapy in schools and the bill I sponsored to make some progress towards this issue.
In compromise on ABA therapy, Colorado bill would require districts to set written policies
Coverage on one of the bills I sponsored this session and how it opens the door for increasing in-school support for children with autism.
First gentleman visits Longmont school to learn about sustainability efforts
In this article, read about my commitment to environmental issues as I visited a school with First Gentleman Reis!
Rep. Froelich’s Bipartisan Bills to Lower Cost of Health Care & Help Students Moving Through Legislature
Colorado House Democrats
This article details my work at the Capitol this session centering around reducing the cost of primary care and better regulating online schools.