Now workers at 10 Starbucks stores in CO have voted for union representation. By a vote of 15-1 this month, employees at the 144th and I-25 Starbucks in Westminister join with 311 unionized stores across the nation. In other labor news, the Colorado Legislature established the Direct Care Workforce Stabilization Board, which gives care workers, care receivers, care employers, and the state government a role in defining how the state can address inadequate pay, lack of benefits and the exodus of care workers, leaving care receivers in the lurch.
Father Of Murdered Columbine Student Says It’s “Sheer Nonsense” To Attack Danielson And Winter For Gun-Safety Votes
Two Democratic state senate candidates are under attack for voting for bipartisan gun-safety legislation that would allow police to take guns from mentally-ill people.
Republican state senate candidate Christine Jensen of Wheat Ridge has repeatedly refused to tell voters where she stands on Trump.
Jensen Would Bring “Business Mindset” To Health Care In The Legislature, Stripping Thousands Of Health Insurance
In some key races for the state legislature, Republicans in Colorado aren’t shying away from attacking the Affordable Care Act, the national health care law.
Republicans Slam Danielson, Pettersen, And Winter For Supporting Paid “Family And Medical Leave” For Workers
Colorado Republicans are attacking state lawmakers who supported a proposed law allowing workers to take paid “family and medical leave” to care for a new child or a sick family member– or when they’re ill themselves.