Tag:public health

Two Bills Instituting More Emission Regulations, Higher Fines Pass First Committee Hearing

A pair of Colorado Senate bills with an aim of reducing emissions to improve air quality in the Front Range passed their first Senate committee hearing.

Bipartisan Coalition of Attorneys General vs. Meta

A coalition of attorneys general filed lawsuits against Meta asserting it harms youth’s mental health through its social media platforms.

Dottie Wham, a Brief History of Public Health Reporting

Among other accomplishments, Wham was credited in a state Senate joint memorial for creating Colorado’s statewide trauma system.

Pandemic Opened a Bevy of Labor and Employment Law Questions to Outlast COVID

The pandemic changed many aspects of life. In labor and employment law, there are a lot of new and unknown considerations raised by COVID.

Justices Give OK to CDC Eviction Ban Extension Through July, Unlikely to Repeat Permission

The Supreme Court, by a bare 5-4 vote, refused to block the nationwide eviction moratorium ordered by the CDC.

Colorado Whistleblowers Ask for EPA Intervention at Commerce City Power Plant

State employee whistleblowers are asking the EPA administrator to reexamine an emissions permit granted to a power plant north of Denver.