Today, Colorado Center on Law and Policy (CCLP) and the National Health Law Program (NHeLP) filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights and the U.S. Department of Justice.
Bethany Pray provided testimony for Senate Bill 24-093, Continuity of Health-Care Coverage Change. CCLP is in support of SB24-093.
CCLP Policy Fellow, Milena Castañeda testified at the Medical Services Board meeting regarding emergency rules for the NEMT.
Chaer Robert provided testimony against House Bill 24-1065, Reduction of State Income Taxes. CCLP is in opposition of HB24-1065.
Get on the Bus with Us: It’s a Transit Justice Forum!
Mile High Connects and Denver Streets Partnership joined forces to host Get on the Bus: Transit Justice Forum. This conversation honed in on the connection between public transit, workforce, and the climate crisis.
“This is a dramatical different conversation at the federal level when it comes to funding for transportation,” said Ariana Gonzalez, moderator and Colorado Policy Director with Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).
“This is about dignity”, said Paolo Solorzano, community leader and transit advocate.
“If we increase RTD service by 40%, for a resident in Westwood, the number of jobs would increase to about 16,000,” said Matt Frommer with Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP), “it really is significant.”