In Episode 3 we dive into a mysterious rise in maternal mortality in Colorado in recent years with Erin Miller, Vice President of Health Initiatives at the Colorado Children’s Campaign.
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For more than a decade, All Kids Covered has led the efforts to increase and improve health insurance coverage for Colorado’s children, and it’s worked! From 2008 to 2017, the uninsured rate for Colorado kids 19 years or younger dropped from 14.1 percent to a historic low of 4.3 percent.
Federal judge blocks Trump administration from adding citizenship question to 2020 Census, but legal fight continues
Earlier this week, a federal judge blocked the Trump administration from asking a question about citizenship status on the 2020 Census. The decision came after more than a dozen states across the country, including Colorado, brought a lawsuit seeking to stop the inclusion of the citizenship question.
This week we sat down to talk to our Vice President of Early Childhood and Policy Initiatives about Colorado’s ambitious plan to provide full-day kindergarten to all Colorado kids.
Colorado’s four-year high school graduation rate continued to improve in the 2017-2018 school year, according to data released this week by the Colorado Department of Education.
Today marks day 28 of the federal government shutdown, the longest in U.S. history. For more than 220,000 Colorado families this means losses in steady income and potential cuts to programs that families rely on for health and economic stability.
Thousands more children were likely separated from their parents by the Trump administration at the U.S.-Mexico border than was previously documented, according to a report from the federal Office of Inspector General released yesterday.