Here is a clarification I got from the CO Senator-Elect who will be offerring the legislation.
He wants to require Colorado residents to get a Colorado permit. That, of course, makes life difficult for people as they move here and they must give up their right to self defense while they establish their residence and make their way through the process.
"Thank you for your e-mail. Very clearly some gross misinformation is being circulated about my proposed bill and I find that disheartening, but I appreciate the opportunity to provide you with the facts. Thank you for that opportunity. My bill will simply require that Colorado residents have a Colorado CCW permit. Residents from out of state will still have complete reciprocity. The only change is that you, as a Colorado resident, will not be able to rely upon a Florida (or any other state) permit here in Colorado. If you are a Colorado resident, please have a Colorado permit, if you are a Florida resident here for business or pleasure, your Florida permit is good the entire time you are in Colorado. I hope that clarifies my proposition. I would appreciate it if you would circulate this to whoever is circulating the erroneous information. Thank you for your attention, and I am sincerely yours,
Senator-Elect John P. Morse"
On the plus side, he did respond to me even though I'm significantly outside of his district.