Opinion: Postpartum care should put more emphasis on mothers
The emphasis on baby is welcome, but mom shouldn’t be neglected
Opinion: Whether Roe stands or falls, Colorado should continue to expand abortion rights
I am not going to wait and see what the court does next, and neither should you
Death rates for pregnant Colorado women have doubled since 2008. Here’s how the state is trying to fix it.
A package of proposed laws headed toward passage aims to prevent deaths among pregnant women and create better outcomes for babies.
Sen. Buckner: It’s time to pass legislation to improve maternal health outcomes in Colorado
The Birth Equity Bill Package paves the way to undoing inequities for our families experiencing the highest rates of mistreatment and infant and maternal mortality.
Rep. Leslie Herod: Colorado to see maternal health legislation during the 2021 session
We aim to close racial inequities in care and advocate for those who experience the worst disparities at the very beginning of life.
Death rates among pregnant women in Colorado are climbing. Suicide and overdose are to blame.
To counteract the rising mortality figure, the state strengthened a death review committee and plans to expand drug treatment