The Colorado Children’s Campaign serves as the leading voice for kids at the state Capitol and in communities across the state. In our 33-year history we’ve worked with policymakers from every corner of the state and every political perspective to improve the well-being of Colorado kids. Children’s issues aren’t partisan, and we’ve learned that we can develop innovative solutions to improve the lives of children and families when we work together.
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Final votes on the federal tax bill are expected early next week. This week, Republicans announced they had reached a compromise between the Senate and House tax bills that went to conference committee.
In October, the Colorado Children’s Campaign joined several other Colorado organizations in signing on to a letter to support the passage of a clean Dream Act.
We know that food insecurity, a condition where individuals or families lack access to sufficient food because of limited resources, is a real and pressing issue for hundreds of thousands of Colorado families.
It all ends on Saturday. On Sept. 30, funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which has allowed 8.9 million kids nationally to access quality affordable health care, ends. And with that end comes the end to access to quality, affordable health care. In […]
The Colorado Children’s Campaign has joined more than 320 child and youth advocacy organizations in a letter to Congress expressing our support for the bipartisan Dream Act of 2017. The bill would provide lawful status and a path to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of […]
As Congress continues its long debate on the Affordable Care Act, there is one thing they could and should do right now to ensure health coverage for kids and pregnant women. We’ve heard a lot about a bipartisan bill to save the popular and successful […]
In case you missed it, we issued an alert yesterday to take action on CHIP. Please reach out to our Senators and your U.S. Representative today! With just a few legislative days left in September, Congress has not ensured funding for the vital and successful […]
The future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is under threat. The White House has announced that it intends to terminate the program soon. DACA has changed the lives of nearly 800,000 young people, including 17,300 Coloradans, who have lived in the […]
The federal Affordable Care Act has survived a legislative attack, but threats live on as proposals to curb federal payments designed to keep premiums low continue. Currently, the Affordable Care Act includes several provisions that reduce the cost of insurance for people purchasing health insurance […]