U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Domenico said Colorado’s promise not to start enforcing the law until the state’s medical boards weigh in was reason enough to lift the prohibition
Amid court challenges, what can states like Colorado actually do to set abortion policy?
Federal court rulings in Texas and Denver show the limits of what legislatures can control when it comes to reproductive rights law
Colorado clinics could soon be reimbursed for linking patients to healthy food, housing services
State lawmakers want Medicaid officials to seek federal approval and begin reimbursing for work that connects patients to resources that affect overall health
Depressed? Anxious? Colorado’s Front Range air pollution may be a factor
Research shows long-term exposure to even low levels of fine particulate matter, NOx chemicals increases occurrence of depression, anxiety. Ozone is a factor in neurodegeneration and memory loss.
Colorado hearing on “abortion reversal” reveals nationwide chaos on reproductive health
A U.S. District judge heard arguments Monday in an anti-abortion clinic’s effort to block enforcement of a new law banning the procedure
Colorado regulators, prosecutors won’t enforce new state law banning “abortion reversal” until medical boards weigh in
The declaration was made in court filings in a federal lawsuit against Senate Bill 190, which was signed into law by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis last week
First audit of Denver’s response to unauthorized encampments finds the city is mostly — but not fully — compliant
The city appears to equitably provide services, conduct assessments and perform cleanups. But it needs to do more to ensure people have access to their belongings.
Need for mental health providers has grown more urgent in the year since Marshall fire
A philanthropy-funded program to provide free mental health support for fire survivors has served hundreds of people but has bumped up against a provider shortage. “We are struggling.”
More than 100 homes are still uninhabitable from Marshall fire smoke and ash contamination
Marshall fire survivors with homes still standing continue to face unique hurdles more than a year later
Lo que los coloradenses necesitan saber para renovar Medicaid ya que muchos podrían perder su cobertura
Hasta 325,000 personas podrían perder su cobertura de Medicaid en Colorado a lo largo del año que viene. Esta guía te dirá cómo guiarte por el proceso de renovación.