Monthly Archives: August 2019

Denver Health Opens New Doors To Persons Who Misuse Substances

DENVER, CO (Friday, August 30, 2019) — Denver Health has established a new Center for Addiction Medicine to fight the burden of substance misuse in Denver and fill gaps in treatment for people suffering with opioid use disorder. As Denver Health marks Overdose Awareness Day (August 31), the new center is bringing together our broad…

Colorado Certifies National Popular Vote for November 2020 Ballot

Coloradans will vote on whether to give Presidential votes to more populous states DENVER (August 29, 2019) – Today, the Colorado Secretary of State certified for the November 2020 election the petition challenging the National Popular Vote in Colorado. Petition proponents, Commissioner Rose Pugliese and Mayor Don Wilson, look forward to the coming campaign to…

Denver’s Road to Reading Initiative Announces Award Grantees, $25,000 to Expand Programs for Children Prenatal to Age Three

DENVER (August 27, 2019) – The Road to Reading initiative, a citywide partnership between the Office of Children’s Affairs, Denver Public Schools, Mile High United Way, Children’s Museum of Denver, Denver Public Library, and Denver Human Services awarded $5,000 grants to five local organizations to increase access to high-quality, early learning opportunities for children from…

The Cultural Marxist Attack on Western Society

by James D. Veltmeyer MD (August 20, 2019) – Have you ever heard of Antonio Gramsci? How about Herbert Marcuse? Or the Frankfurt School? These names are probably meaningless to all but a small minority of scholars academics and political theorists throughout the world. Yet, Americans – and indeed all those who treasure the religion,…

I-70 Project Is Just Wrong

The 1.3 Billion Central I-70 Project Needs to be Stopped Now! by Aurelio ‘Lelo’ Martinez DENVER (August 19, 2019) – Interstate 70 does not need to be widened to accommodate the increasing traffic flow, I-70 needs to be closed and shut down. I-70 is obsolete, keeping this section that invades neighborhoods and communities on life…

Mental Health Partners Opens “The Living Room”

(August 16, 2019) – A New Level-of-Care at 24/7 Walk-in Crisis Center & Addiction Services Facility Mental Health Partners (MHP) is excited to announce the opening of The Living Room at our 24/7 Walk-in Crisis Center & Addiction Services facility, located at 3180 Airport Rd. in Boulder, CO. The relocation of MHP’s Transitional Residential Treatment…

Petition to Recall Governor Newsom Filed

Petition is now with the California Secretary of State La Jolla (August 15, 2019) — Californians to Recall Gavin Newsom today announced that it has officially filed its petition to Recall Governor Gavin Newsom with the California Secretary of State. This action follows the August 5 filing of the Notice of Intention to Recall to…

Suzanne Staiert launches campaign for Colorado State Senate District 27

Centennial, Colo (August 13, 2019) – – Former Deputy Secretary of State and Littleton City Attorney Suzanne Staiert officially launched her campaign for Senate District 27 in South Denver Metro. Surrounded by family, friends, and supporters, Staiert outlined her platform and vision for the office. “Experience matters. For 20 years I have lived, worked, volunteered,…