What’s Working: Colorado’s summer jobs are disappearing
Fewer teenagers are part of Colorado’s labor force than past decades. Employers are focusing on retention and hiring longer-term workers.
Solitary confinement intensifies problems for incarcerated people. It also changes the Colorado therapists who send them there.
Clinicians at jails and prisons face ethical dilemmas — and moral injuries — when deciding if they should send someone to solitary confinement.
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