NEWSLETTERS

  • Dental Health Benefit Newsletter

    Dental Health Benefit Newsletter As of 2011, Colorado was one of ten states in the United States that did not offer adults oral health benefits under Medicaid. Many of us […]

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  • Crisis and Support Hotline Newsletter

    Crisis and Support Hotline Newsletter   In the month of August, the nation was struck by the suicide of comedian Robin Williams. Many of us are familiar with the details […]

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  • Colorado Health Exchange Newsletter

    In this newsletter, I wanted to share information regarding the Colorado Health Benefit Exchange which is also called “Connect for Health Colorado” or “the Marketplace.”  In 2010 Obama signed the […]

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  • Lower North Fork Fire Update Newsletter

    Earlier this year, I wrote a newsletter discussing the tragic wildfire that occurred in the Lower North Fork area in Jefferson County; it claimed three lives, 22 homes, and burned […]

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  • Colorado’s Seniors and Adult Education Newsletter

    I visited my 91 year old aunt in a nursing home in Lakewood this past week.  She reminded me of the importance to be sure our senior citizens’ needs are […]

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  • Colorado’s Scenic Byways Newsletter

    Last week as I drove on several of the Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways, I was reminded of the rich history and natural beauty of Colorado. Being a member of […]

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  • Education and Childcare Achievements in the 2014 Legislative Session

    Last Thursday I went to a meeting with a group of child advocates in the senate district where I was able to talk about the child care issues facing the […]

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  • 2014 Legislative Session Highlights

    The session has been fast-paced and productive. In fact, the days fly so fast that I rarely have time to change out of the mountain boots that I put on […]

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  • Lower North Fork Fire Newsletter

    In March of 2012, 3 people died: Ann Appel, Sam Lucas and Linda Lucas. They died because a prescribed burn set by the state escaped in the Lower North Fork […]

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  • Immunizations for Vaccine-Preventable Childhood Diseases

    As a public health nurse, I am in full support of immunizations to prevent childhood diseases, including Pertussis, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Haemophilus Influenza Type B, Polio and Pneumonia. […]

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