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📌 The Bradley Bulletin: The 2024 Legislative Session Concludes, Thank the Lord!

Updated: May 13

Representative Brandi Bradley's Capitol Connection

Town Hall with Representative Brandi Bradley

Dear Constituents of House District 39,

The 74th General Assembly has come to an end, and as we prepare to wrap up this session, I invite you to join me at a couple of town halls to discuss the bills proposed, the battles fought, and what lies ahead. Your input and engagement are invaluable as we continue to fight for our shared values.

Monday, May 13th, 6:30 PM 

Larkspur Fire Station 

9414 S Spruce Mountain Road Larkspur Co 80118

 with Senator Mark Bailey SD4 and Senator Kevin Van Winkle SD30

Thursday, May 16th 

Freedom Fellowship

Blue Spruce, Centennial

5:30 PM Fellowship, Food, Fun

7:00 PM with Senator Kevin Van Winkle SD30 and

Senator Jim Smallwood SD2

It has been an honor to represent HD39 for the last two years. I never, in a million years, thought that I would run for office. It has been one of the most gratifying and most difficult jobs I have ever had. It has been lonely but also full of camaraderie. I am proud to stand by my principles of faith, family, and freedom, and if you have me, I look forward to doing more great work for the people of Colorado.


Thank you for your prayers, support, and encouragement throughout this journey. Your unwavering dedication has been a source of strength and inspiration, and I am deeply grateful.


Colorado State House Representative Brandi Bradley

Rep. Bradley's Capitol Highlights

As we conclude this session, I want to share some key legislative highlights and reflect on the progress we've made: Over 700 bills were introduced in this session alone, marking 127 MORE bills than in 2023. That is an unprecedented amount of legislation pushed this year by activist legislators and lobbyists. I want to share this graph showing the number of bills that died and the work we did this year.

Colorado 2024 Legislative Session

Rep. Bradley's Prime Sponsor Bills 

Some highlights from this session: More to come in upcoming bulletins!

Concerning the continuation of the regulation of physical therapy practice and, in connection therewith, implementing the recommendations contained in the 2023 sunset report by the Department of Regulatory agencies.

SUBJECT: Professions & Occupations

LAST ACTION: 05/2/2024 | Senate Third Reading Passed - No Amendments

  • This was one of my favorite bills to work on! Physical Therapists should have their brand protected, and we should definitively be able to order X-rays and MRIs. Now, we will be able to do so! I am so thankful 1327 made it through the House and the Senate onto the Governor's desk!

Concerning measures to enhance the integrity of digital education materials in public schools.

SUBJECT: Education & School Finance (Pre & K-12)

LAST ACTION: 05/7/2024 | House Third Reading Passed - No Amendments

  • This bill ensured the integrity of digital education materials in public schools. Requiring contracts with vendors to include termination clauses for three instances of harmful content. It would have empowered parents, students, and school staff to report such material, ensuring swift removal within three business days. Unfortunately, this bill died on the Senate calendar- too little too late because the Democrats decided to play personal games, holding my bills hostage because of my "mean tweets". Check out Jimmy's Sengenberger article on this topic: 

Concerning a program to fund the acquisition of firearm detection software for use in schools.

SUBJECTS: Education & School Finance (Pre & K-12)State Government

LAST ACTION: 03/21/2024 | House Committee on Education Refer Amended to Appropriations

  • This bill had an interesting run-around that we were able to make in support of school safety. Maybe you recall my effort to fight to allocate $2 million for school safety for The Long Bill. Despite the obstructive efforts of Rep Epps and other Democrats in the Senate who voted against allocating $2 million from our budget to enhance school safety, the Joint Budget Committee recognized the importance of this amendment and approved it.  This change means we didn’t need 1123 anymore because we were able to get software included in the language under the school safety disbursement program. It's important to mention that two years ago, $30 million was allocated to school safety; last year, $16 million; and this year, I had to beg $2 million because the Democrats wanted to allot just over $100 for each school to use for school safety. Catch my thoughts on the subject here:

Concerning requiring a minimum period of incarceration for persons who commit actions against prostituted children.

SUBJECT: Crimes, Corrections, & Enforcement

LAST ACTION: 02/15/2024 | House Committee on State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs Postpone Indefinitely

  • 1092 was a critical bill to combat human trafficking, especially child exploitation, and was defeated by Democrat legislators. Shockingly, sex trafficking of minors is probation-eligible in Colorado, allowing individuals to buy, solicit, pimp, or prostitute a child and receive only probation. We went to the legislature with overwhelming support – 36 for, 3 against, with not one lobbying firm opposing it. Despite this, Democrats voted it down 8-3. This CLEARLY means they are choosing offenders over the safety of our children. This bill made many people in Colorado hysterical because the Democrats defeated a reasonable bipartisan issue. It became national news, with Andrew Klaven highlighting it on the Daily Wire and Fox National News, even going viral on Twitter.

🚨 A Stark Reminder to Not Relent

Over the last few years, we have seen Douglas County gradually turn purple. I'm here to remind you that we must continue fighting for our conservative values, especially in Douglas County. It is not the time to relax thinking we are safe here in our beautiful county because if my time at the Capitol has taught me anything, it is that the Communist Democrats are relentless in their fight for power. I have no doubt their goal is to see our beautiful state turn into a liberal haven for criminals.


I'm looking forward to the races for this upcoming election cycle. This summer, I plan to help House Candidates in contested races so we can win back some seats in the House. I would love to have you join! Remember to mark your calendar for the fall, as we will kick off our HD39 campaign. I will keep you updated on how you can join the fight. You can also use this link to sign up.

🚨 Call to Action: Fight for Women SAVE Sisterhood

First Amendment Demonstration in Support of the Brave Sorority Women Fighting To Save Sisterhood on May 14, 7:30 AM Demonstration Begins

Join supporters from across the country at the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals to stand with others from all walks of life and across the political spectrum who do not want women to be erased or diminished.

Women benefit tremendously from the safety, comfort, and freedom in women' s-only spaces, which they have the right to.

Westenbroek v. Kappa Kappa Gamma


The United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit

Bron White Court House

1823 Stout Street, Denver CO

Thank you again for your continued support. I have enjoyed keeping you updated through this newsletter during this session and hope to see you in person at one of the Town Halls - Let's continue to fight for our shared values and a brighter future for all of Colorado.

In Liberty,

Colorado State House Representative Brandi Bradley

Brandi Bradley

Your Representative for Colorado House District 39





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