WFCO’s top three priorities that we allocated lobbying resources to were passed. But overall, Colorado could have done better for women.
We need to continue to work together to ensure that no family in Colorado goes without essential products, including diapers.
This testimony was delivered on February 21, 2023 to the Colorado Senate Business, Labor, & Technology Committee.
A look at the key factors that will influence this legislative session and what The Foundation’s policy priorities will be.
Two of the “biggest” bills of the 2022 legislative session were supported by The Women’s Foundation of Colorado.
In 2022, WFCO has pinpointed the three legislative areas we will elevate in pursuit of gender, racial, and economic equity.
WFCO lobbyist Jennifer Miles summed up the 2021 Colorado General Assembly with one thought: “This was quite a session.”
We recently sat down with Clayton Early Learning to dive deeper into the issues facing the early care and education sector in Colorado.
With only weeks to go in Colorado’s 2021 legislative session, WFCO anticipates a frenzy of activity and opportunities to advocate for Colorado women.
Guest blog: Anna Jo Haynes, WFCO honorary trustee and founder of Mile High Early Learning, explains why voting Yes on Prop EE will allow us to improve the health and education of children across Colorado and support working women.
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