International trade bodies shouldn’t stand in the way of Colorado’s fight against climate change or the ability to govern our own state.
Most people don’t know who their legislator is, and we’re OK with that. But, many people also don’t truly understand what we do, and we’re definitely not OK with that. While some people urged us to get back to work during the stay-at-home phase of the pandemic, the truth is we never stopped working. We’ve […]
I’ve been reflecting on the concept of civility a great deal lately. The topic is not new to me — I was a professional communicator for 25 years before becoming a state legislator, so I’ve always been tuned into how we communicate with one another, and how it can impact our culture and collaborative problem […]
Our decisions — whether they concern which products to buy, which ballot measure to support or which candidate to vote for — are only as good as the information we use to inform them. This past week, Jan. 27-31, was declared as National News Literacy Week by the News Literacy Project. The goal is to […]
Coloradans have a right to equitable coverage of mental health and addiction care under the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 (Federal Parity Law), which requires insurers to cover treatment for mental health and substance use disorders no more restrictively than treatment for illnesses of the body, such as diabetes and cancer. […]