Lawmakers reduced the state limit on the number of kids and teens sent to juvenile detention centers just two years ago. Now the Division of Youth Services is asking to bump it up.
Colorado has an opportunity to respond to the needs of youth by passing a bill to create the Office of Disordered Eating Prevention
An investigation by animal welfare groups followed horses from auctions to holding facilities to slaughterhouses in Canada and Mexico, where they were exported for human consumption
The horsemeat industry is inhumane to horses, and potentially dangerous for people.
There will be 24 lawmakers this year who secured a statehouse seat through a vacancy appointment, including no fewer than nine legislators who will have been appointed in a 12-month span
Medical doctors and psychiatrists say it’s dangerous to let non-medically trained psychologists prescribe mental health medications.
The chair of the House Business and Labor Committee on achieving a balance of worker protections and environmental health with the needs of business.
Plastic shopping bags defy easy recycling and break down into microparticles that end up in our bodies.
For pennies on the dollar, we could provide relief to the 1 of every 6 Colorado adults in medical collections.
On a typical day in Colorado, there are about 600 homeless children and 262 homeless young adults ages 18 to 24