Drug overdoses have been increasing both in Colorado and across the U.S. for years. Across the political spectrum, Colorado legislators want to respond to the overdose epidemic. The state’s response has become a contest between two schools of thought — criminalization of drugs and harm reduction.
Spring is officially here. The sun is shining into the evening, March Madness basketball games are well underway, and the Colorado legislative session is past its halfway point.
Democrats’ political power is just one of three factors that will shape the four-month legislative session.
Billions in Federal Aid, Abortion Rights, and New State Agencies Are on the Docket
A new report from Colorado’s Maternal Mortality Committee highlights the need for more attention to perinatal mental health and disparities in maternal mortality.
Adjusting to the idea that COVID-19 is here to stay can give us less anxiety, more freedom, and better policy.
A new CHI analysis finds that the expanded Child Tax Credit will likely reduce Colorado's child poverty rate by more than 40%.
The way a county's residents voted in the presidential election has a strong correlation to local COVID-19 vaccination rates.
This Friday is Gun Violence Awareness Day. In the United States, gun violence is a public health issue. And in Colorado, many members of our community are grieving.
“Our systems have not historically been designed to catch kids up once they are behind, so the reason for concern is real.”