As I look back on the 2018 legislative session, two big successes stand out to me. First, we moved parts of our policy change agenda forward despite some challenging opposition, and second, we were able to work with legislators across different content areas, moving beyond just those focused on health care issues.
Policy & Advocacy
State leaders drive changes to our health care system. Read more about how we're providing them with policy leadership and a systems perspective.
With the CCRD in place, Coloradans who face discrimination in areas of housing, employment, and public spaces have somewhere to turn for help. They investigate claims of illegal discrimination and enforce anti-discrimination laws.
For many of us, we don’t often have to think about broadband—a term that describes a range of technologies that provide high-speed access to the internet—but it’s a problem for many communities in our country.
Recently, I’ve taken a deeper look at my familial history and examined not only the interesting stories that have been passed down from generation to generation, but also the laws, policies, and current affairs that would have directly impacted my ancestors during their lives.
I’ve been reflecting on the ways we travel to and from our medical appointments. Each year, 3.6 million Americans miss doctor appointments due to a lack of reliable transportation. It’s even been called “one of medicine’s biggest problems.”