Denver Votes Yes to Mushrooms and No to Human Rights

In a blow to civil rights, the people of Denver overwhelmingly (81.22%) voted against initiative 300, a measure that would have protected the basic human rights of all of the citizens of Denver county by preventing law enforcement from prosecuting homeless people for sleeping or camping in a non obstructive, legal way on city owned … Continue reading Denver Votes Yes to Mushrooms and No to Human Rights

In 2017 A Bill to Exempt Menstrual Hygiene Products From Sales Tax was Introduced in Colorado but Our Fight is Not Over.

A bill to exempt feminine hygiene products from sales tax was introduced in the state of Colorado in 2017 by Senator Beth Martinez Humenik and House Representative Susan Lontine, but the bill was not enacted into law, but rather indefinitely postponed by the House Appropriations Committee on May 5th, 2017. The reasoning behind postponing this … Continue reading In 2017 A Bill to Exempt Menstrual Hygiene Products From Sales Tax was Introduced in Colorado but Our Fight is Not Over.