Solving the climate crisis is personal to Tracey, and she’s ready to stand up to the oil and gas industry on day one as State Representative.
This issue is personal to me. I can’t tell you the toll it takes on a mother to bring their child to the ER because poor air quality is causing an asthma attack. We need bold policies to combat the threats that the climate crisis is bringing to our communities. I support carbon fee and dividend proposals, incentivizing affordable electric vehicles, holding oil and gas accountable for the full costs they cause to our environment and health, and requiring 24/7 air-quality monitoring at all drilling sites (paid for by the industry and monitored by state professionals).
Creating the leaders of the 21st century is going to require a leader willing to take the lead on ending TABOR.
Like many parents across Colorado, I know all too well the burdens that TABOR is putting on our classrooms. Class sizes are too large, and teachers aren’t getting paid enough. Teachers need to be unshackled from ineffective and onerous accountability and testing requirements. We need to bring a nonpolitician’s perspective to the State Capitol that unites our state together to take on these tasks so our children can get the education they deserve.
Working families are feeling the squeeze on their pocketbooks across Colorado. Tracey’s ready to fight for them.
Whether it’s gaps in access to healthcare, gender pay, high-quality education, or affordable housing, issues caused by inequities are hurting Colorado families. These issues aren’t solved on their own and our legislature needs to take the lead in addressing inequities throughout our state. I want to be a voice for people who don’t have a voice. That’s why I’m ready to fight for a public healthcare option so more families don’t have to choose between their bills and their healthcare.
Global Warming Potential for Public Project Materials
This bill develops policies for companies involved in constructing public projects to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions associated with manufacturing concrete, steel, and other building and transportation materials. More info here.
Public Utilities Commission Modernize Gas Utility Demand-side Management Standards
This bill focuses on gas energy efficiency and fostering transition to clean heat technologies, helping Colorado reach its greenhouse gas reduction goals. This bill is expected to save Coloradans an estimated $600-$700 Million over the next 10 years. More info here.
Adoptive Parents Payments to Outside Providers
This bill allows parents of special needs children adopted out of foster care to pay out of pocket for additional therapy their children would benefit from. More info here.
Update Division Housing Function & Local Development
This bill improves the energy efficiency of affordable housing developments. More info here.
Measures to Modernize the Public Utilities Commission
This bill funds the PUC’s work on many environmental bills as well as drives equitable investment and significant resources for Colorado’s disproportionately impacted communities. More info here.
Adopt Programs Reduce Greenhouse Gas Utilities
My bill requires utilities to develop Clean Heat Plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enables natural gas utilities to use new emission reduction technologies in buildings. More info here.
Stimulus Funding Department of Agriculture Efficiency Programs
This bill helps farmers and ranchers improve the energy efficiency of their operations and fosters renewable energy, soil health, and agrivoltaics. More info here.
Transfer to Colorado Energy Office Fund
This bill finances clean energy and energy efficiency projects throughout Colorado. More info here.
Statewide Internet Portal Authority Competitive Solicitation Method
This bill expands competitive solicitation options to create a statewide internet portal. More info here.
Public Utilities Commission Gas Utility Safety Inspection Authority
This bill strengthens safety regulations for natural gas pipeline utilities, including penalties for safety violations. More info here.