Colorado State Senator - District 6


Don in the News

New law a boost for rural broadband
May 26, 2018

Katharhynn Heidelberg

If high-speed broadband is, as Gov. John Hickenlooper put it, “like oxygen” for opportunity, the bill he signed here Friday stands to breathe life into rural areas.

“I believe broadband is like oxygen to small communities,” Hickenlooper said after formally inking Senate [more...]


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Coram: Bringing justice to the victims
April 7, 2018

I do not and have never tolerated sexual harassment in the workplace.

This last Monday, the Senate was asked to consider expelling a member of our body because of allegations of sexual harassment.

Justice for victims of sexual harassment is needed, but when the [more...]

Coram: A Colorado all citizens deserve
March 10, 2018

It is not often that newspapers in Denver cover stories unraveling on the Western Slope.

It is also not often the FBI has to investigate crime in Montrose. This caught my attention, and that of other Western Slope legislators, and we are taking action.


Note to my constituents
January 27, 2018

We are now into the third week of the 2018 legislative session and things are beginning to move fast. To start the year off we successfully passed a bill that continues an interstate compact allowing nurses from neighboring states to practice in Colorado. Being surrounded by three [more...]

Israel’s water strategy could aid Colorado
December 5, 2017

By Katharhynn Heidelberg

In looking for solutions to water and energy issues, state Sen. Don Coram casts his net wide — most recently, to Israel.

Coram was among legislators and policy leaders selected by JEWISHcolorado for its recent Jewish Community Relations Council Public [more...]