AUTHORS: Natalie O'Donnell Wood | The Bell Policy Center

AUTHORS: Natalie O'Donnell Wood

Sep 7, 2017
With Labor Day in our rearview mirror, now is the perfect time to look back on what Colorado has done to help increase wage transparency and compensation for Coloradans. This year, two bipartisan pay transparency changes were made to Colorado law, empowering workers to challenge wage inequities and illegal employe...
Aug 8, 2017
How does inequity hold us back from ensuring all Coloradans lead healthy lives?  This was the central, challenging question at the heart of this year's Colorado Health Foundation Symposium. The annual event...
Jul 27, 2017
The ill-conceived Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA) was voted down earlier this week, but the bill's proponents have another bad idea waiting in the wings.   A ...
Jul 7, 2017
Working Poor Families Project members were excited to discuss Colorado’s efforts toward strengthening the early childhood education workforce as part of a larger conversation about early childhood education. In the next ten years, Colorado will see a...
Jun 23, 2017
Three Reasons Why the Senate’s “Better Care” Bill is Anything But  The nonpartisan Colorado Health Institute predicts that we will see 630,000 fewer insured Coloradans and face state budget los...
Jun 21, 2017
Tomorrow, U.S. Senate Republicans are expected to finally reveal their secret health care bill - a bill so secret that many members of their own caucus don't know what's in it. When the House passed their deeply unpopular plan last month, many hoped that the Senate would greatly improve it. So far, those hopes have yet to be realized. It seems that...
Jun 1, 2017
Working people need paid time off to care for themselves and their family members. Research shows that our workplaces aren’t uniformly providing it. Nationwide polling and voter opinion here in...

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