Children’s Campaign website overhaul makes searching and tracking bills easier than ever

Written by: Tara Manthey
Date Posted: February 12, 2018

If you’ve been to our website lately you may have noticed it has that new-website smell. Did you know it also has a new engine? Behind the scenes we have a new way for you to track legislation impacting Colorado kids.

screenshot of capitol updates on CCC website

Our Capitol Updates section includes our analysis of proposed legislation, scheduled hearing dates, our position, and more.

website screenshot of bill summary

Not sure what you are looking for? Enter keywords in our search bar or browse by bill type and our position.

website screenshot of capitol updates

While you are there, check out our other new features to ensure our website is as accessible as possible. It’s mobile- and tablet-friendly so you can easily find information on the go. Many of our pages can be translated into Spanish, and the entire website can be altered to have bigger text sizes, high contrast colors and photo labels for visitors with vision impairments. The site can also be navigated using tabs for those with limited physical ability.

And as always, we are your one-stop shop for data and research on child well-being. Now it’s just easier to access. In our publications section you can filter publications by issue area (health, K-12, early childhood, and more), as well as type of publication (fact sheets, blog posts, infographics, reports, testimony, and more). You can also download all our documents from the same, and we’ve added a feature to view PDFs within your browser for our KIDS COUNT in Colorado! reports.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the new website. Send comments and suggestions to Beza Taddess at

Tara Manthey

About Tara Manthey

Tara McLain Manthey joined Colorado Children's Campaign as Communications Director in May 2012. She previously worked in communications at The Kempe Foundation for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect in Aurora and Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families in Little Rock, Ark. Tara was a newspaper reporter covering education and government for nine years in Oregon, Washington state and Arkansas. A native of the Colorado mountain region and an alumna of the University of Colorado at Boulder, Tara lives in Denver with her husband and two small children.