Cathy’s Events

Local Legislator Town Hall

Saturday, March 2nd from 10:00 – 11:30am

Our monthly town hall will be this Saturday, March 2nd from 10:00 to 11:30 AM at the PSD Future Ready Center located in the Foothills Mall in Fort Collins. These are a great way for you to come and hear about what is going on down at the Capitol and ask any questions you may have.

Local Legislator Listening Session

Sunday, March 17th from 2:00 – 3:30pm

Our monthly listening session will be on Sunday, March 17th from 2:00 to 3:30 PM in Large Meeting Room 1 of the Old Town Library in Fort Collins, CO. This is a great way for you to voice your thoughts on current legislature while engaging with your local representatives.

Info on March’s Issue Forum coming soon!

Cathy’s Legislative Priorities:

  • Supporting Public Education
  • Mitigating Climate Change
  • Protecting Reproductive Rights
  • Increasing Affordable Housing
  • Access to Affordable Healthcare
  • Access to Mental Health Care and Substance Abuse Treatment
  • And Listening to Constituents

2023 Legislative Session

To see what Cathy worked on in the 2023 Colorado Legislative Session click here.

To see bills and accomplishments from previous sessions click here.

Contact Cathy:

I would love to hear about what you think is important to Colorado.  Please don’t hesitate to contact me at cathy@cathykipp.com or give me a call 970-219-5267.  Thank you!

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Recent Issue Forum Recordings

To view other recorded forums we have held go here to see them on my YouTube channel

“Rep. Cathy Kipp from Fort Collins has taken on a wide range of legislation with quiet and effective determination. She ran and passed thirteen House bills, eleven of which were bipartisan. Her interests include improving high school graduates’ opportunities, helping juveniles through the justice system, protecting tiny-home and mobile-home consumers, monitoring prescription drug pricing, protecting children in dependency and neglect cases, saving insect pollination, securing educator data privacy, putting the state on a single “time” program, and protecting public schools from unjust and inaccurate standardized-test-based-performance ratings. She was a technology professional and a school board president. She works across the aisle and has a progressive record. Her results are the outcome of a leader.”

Paula Noonan, Colorado Politics, Oct 13, 2022