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The Colorado Children's Campaign keeps you up-to-date on the latest developments in research, policy and advocacy efforts that affects Colorado kids.

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Capitol Updates: One more week, 300 more bills to vote on 

Written by: Children's Campaign
Date Posted: April 28, 2023

We are entering into the last full week of the 2023 legislative session. That’s right, nearly 120 days have flown by! While we anticipate a handful of bills have yet to be introduced, more than 600 pieces of legislation have already come before the legislature.

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The West Steps: The Children’s Campaign’s Mid-Session Update

Written by: Children's Campaign
Date Posted: April 7, 2023

Riley Kitts, our Sr. Director of Policy and Government Affairs, returns to The West Steps this week for a mid-session update. Riley provides an overview of where the Children’s Campaign priority bills are in their journey through the legislature.

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Next week is Black Maternal Health Week

Next week is Black Maternal Health Week

Written by: Children's Campaign
Date Posted: April 7, 2023

April 11 is the beginning of Black Maternal Health Week (BMHW). BMHW is a weeklong campaign founded and led by the Black Mamas Matter Alliance (BMMA) to build awareness, activism, and community-building to amplify the voices, perspectives, and lived experiences of Black mothers and birthing people.

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