New Castle resident Perry Will just finished his first legislative session as representative for Colorado's 57th District. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh recently sat down with him to talk about this year's contentious session and some of the bills that were passed. Part one begins with his thoughts about his first session.
Will, a Republican, took office on March 5, 2019, filling Bob Rankin's seat. Rankin was appointed to serve as senator for the 8th District after Randy Baumgardner resigned last year over sexual harassment allegations.
Hear part two of Marsh's interview with Will.