On April 15, 2010, a bill to expand remedies under the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA) died on a tie vote in the House of Representatives. HB-1269, the “Workplace Fairness and Civil Rights and Remedies Act of 2010,” would have authorized compensatory and punitive damages for employment discrimination claims under CADA. Remedies under that act are currently limited to reinstatement and back pay. See Watson v. Public. Serv. Co. of Colo., 207 P.3d 860 (Colo. App. 2008). The Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry led a coalition of employers and business associations in successful opposition to the bill. However, supporters of the bill are expected to continue their efforts in future sessions.