State Sen. Gail Schwartz plans to introduce a resolution today that seeks to shorten the length of future legislative sessions, The Pueblo Chieftain reports.
Presently, the Colorado General Assembly assembles for 120 days. Schwartz, D-Snowmass Village, has proposed that it be shortened to 100 days.
“We have one of the most frequent, longest sessions in the country,” she said. “I think we could be more focused and more efficient.”