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Understand Your (Clients) Civil Rights: HIV/AIDS and Health, Housing, Education and Employment

An open forum to create dialogue, foster mutually beneficial understanding,

leading to better outcomes for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). 

Audience:  PLWHA or advocates working with PLWHA.

 

* What rights are protected under federal civil rights laws?

* What is involved in filing a discrimination complaint?

* Learn about resolved cases with positive outcomes.

 

Tuesday, May 2nd

1PM-4PM

Mile High United Way

711 Park Ave W, Denver

Contact Lisa Cohen: [email protected], 303-844-7853

 

Register here!

 

Stay tuned for more on our May Webinar!

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Tuesday, May 2

Noon-1pm 

 

Legislative Update from Frontline Public Affairs: 3.5 Weeks to Go in the 2017 Legislative Session

BUDGET STALEMATE: Two media articles are now reporting what we have known for the last week: The legislature is stuck in a budget stalemate with Senate Republicans asking the House Democrats to move budget bills forward and the House Democrats waiting for the Senate to act on SB267. 

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Long Bill Update From Frontline Public Affairs

Posted: April 12, 2017

Your Frontline Public Affairs team worked hard on the Long Bill over the last two weeks as it moved through the House and the Senate, including a few late nights. We monitor all amendments and discussions that impact our clients’ interests. This year, we were proud to lead an effort to add $8 million in Marijuana Tax Cash Fund (MTCF) for community-based substance use disorder (SUD) services based on the SB16-202 Community Action Plans that prioritized high need services.

Read the full report here

 

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For more information on VISION, visit CDPHE’s website.
 
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