Two Republican and two Democratic lawmakers.
Another 96 legislators.
Nearly 175 lobbyists and lobbying firms.
More than 150 lobbying clients, including hospitals, local governments, school districts, unions, contractors and more.
That’s the intense involvement that went into last spring’s legislative grand bargain called “Sustainability of Rural Colorado.”
But one of the most heavily lobbied bills of the session ended up with a significant error that is costing Colorado entities hundreds of thousands of dollars a month.