I agree. The law in Colorado, and the rest of the United States, needs to be rewritten to protect workers from no-fault terminations.
Unfortunately, in Colorado, and throughout the United States, employment law heavily favors the employer in most situations. Unless the employee has a contract
which provides that the employee may only be terminated for cause, the law will hold that the employee's right to work falls under the At Will Doctrine. The At Will Doctrine provides that an employer may terminate an employee for any reason whatsoever, even if it is a false reason. The only limitation on this is that an employer may not terminate an employee because of discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, military status, national origin, disability, age, or ancestry of the employee.
In your case, you say you were terminated because your position was made "redundant" (i.e., the employer simply terminated your job position). Given that the employer has a right to terminate you for any reason that the employer believes is fit, do you believe that the termination was actually based on discrimination regarding your race, color, religion, sex, military status, national origin, disability, age, or ancestry?