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Legislative Impact

— Influencing Legislation

Legislative Impact

Since 1984, the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault has effectively influenced many pieces of legislation that help prevent sexual assault and protect survivors.

Hover over each box to see the impact of select legislation

HB19-1032

HB19-1032

Required public schools that offer comprehensive human sexuality education teach about consent.

SB19-007

SB19-007

Created protections for students who experience sexual misconduct at institutions of higher education in Colorado so they have access to safe and meaningful education.

HB17-1302

HB17-1302

Protected juvenile victims of privacy violations, while holding those who engage in harmful sexting behaviors accountable.

HB16-1260

HB16-1260

Extended the statute of limitations for felony sexual assault of an adult from 10 to 20 years.

SB15-128

SB15-128

Created an anonymous reporting option for sexual assault victims who wish to have medical forensic evidence collected (rape kit), while maintaining anonymity from law enforcement.

HB14-1162

HB14-1162

Created civil legal protections for sex assault victims who have a child conceived as a result of sexual assault.

HB13-1163

HB13-1163

Created the Sexual Assault Victim Emergency (SAVE) Payment Program to provide financial assistance to help pay for costs associated with obtaining a medical forensic exam.

SB07-060

SB07-060

Ensured victims of sexual assault have access to information about emergency contraception.

SB05-138

SB05-138

Clarified and strengthened Colorado’s criminal “rape shield” law, protecting victim’s sexual history.

HB02-1396

HB02-1396

Eliminated the criminal statute of limitations for child sex abuse.

SB95-153

SB95-153

Made the communications between a sexual assault victim and victim advocate confidential.

HB88-1089

HB88-1089

Criminalized rape within marriage.

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