Universal coverage in Colorado would both simplify health care for those in need and assure payment for treating people with serious mental health issues.
We are asking President Obama to issue a Presidential Memorandum to encourage federal land management agencies to reflect the demographic and ethnic diversity of our nation; respect the historic, cultural, and spiritual stories and unique contributions of all Americans; and actively engage all people in their protection.
“Until we, the people, show compassion for refugees and those killed by our government’s weapons, I can’t honestly comprehend why I should care about anything else.”
We can’t idly stand by while the healthcare system withholds treatment for a disease that affects African Americans so profoundly.
We are just one family struggling with sickness. Multiply that by the millions who live with chronic illness every day. This is why I am so thankful for medical research.
Some parents in Colorado are fortunate enough to have jobs that give them the flexibility or time off to be involved in their kids’ education and academic activities. Many Colorado parents do not have this option, however.
What is especially important to all of us in Aurora is that these new rules help to ensure companies, citizens and local governments work together to find reasonable solutions to issues surrounding oil and gas development in our city.
My legislation will crack down on private, for-profit lenders and require them to disclose the true cost of student loans to consumers before borrowing, as well as provide them information on lower cost federal loans they can take advantage of before moving to a private lender.
I sincerely believe it is our moral commitment to provide a quality education to every student in this state. And, by attracting the best and brightest teaching talents to rural Colorado, we can ensure every child has a fair shot to succeed, no matter where they live.