Eventually, at least.
That seems a formality given the bill was sponsored by two Democrats and passed the House on Tuesday on a straight party-line vote.
Republicans tried to stop it, led by Rep. Amy Stephens of Monument who called it a “terrible bill” and a “ridiculous” expansion of the state bureaucracy.
She said it will lead to “state-run, state-controlled, state-regulated HOAs” and was unnecessary because there has been no outcry for change.
Stephens said the bill was a response to a few people in extreme conflict with their HOAs.
Carroll is a familiar name to folks who follow HOA law in Colorado. She co-sponsored the 2005 Homeowners Bill of Rights.
Here’s a link to a blog I wrote recently detailing her work to regulate HOAs and to rein in the covenants that govern life in the associations.