The Colorado Legislative Animal Welfare (CLAW) Caucus serves to educate and improve communication among legislators and the public. The goal is to get people who are interested in animal issues, both inside and outside of government, to work together.
CLAW is now the largest caucus at the Capitol, which speaks to the importance that legislators and the public place on animal protection issues in our state.
Caucus Chairs: Rep Steve Lebsock, Rep Joann Ginal, Senator Jack Tate
Join us to talk with legislators about issues affecting animals.
Paid Parking (~$12) is available on Grant just east of the capitol or on Sherman and 13th. You may be able to find free street parking within 4 or 5 blocks of the capitol.
Enter on the south side of the capitol at the ground level and go through security. Go right around the rotunda and you'll see House Committee Rooms (HCR) between the elevators.
Lunch is provided for legislators and staff.
All members of the public are encouraged to attend as part of the audience.