January 9: CSLC’s First Weekly Forum of 2017!

Please join us on January 9 for our first weekly forum of the 2017 legislative session!
Featuring:
Carol Hedges, Executive Director of the Colorado Fiscal Institute


Carol Hedges has been an important part of the research, policy and advocacy community in Colorado for more than 15 years. She served as policy director for Governor Roy Romer in the late 1990s focusing on human service, education and budget policy. As program officer at the Piton Foundation in Denver, Ms. Hedges directed the Denver Workforce Initiative, a project of the Annie E. Casey Jobs Initiative. While serving as a senior policy analyst with the Bell Policy Center, Ms. Hedges authored Ten Years of TABOR, a comprehensive study of the effects of Colorado’s Taxpayers Bill of Rights. As a recognized expert on the effects of Colorado’s TABOR amendment, Ms. Hedges has been involved in education efforts on TABOR-like proposals across the country.

Ms. Hedges will provide an insightful overview of the fiscal outlook in Colorado and the implications for Colorado’s legislators and advocates as they begin their work in 2017. We are thrilled to have Ms. Hedges present at our first weekly forum of the 2017 legislative session. Please be sure to attend what promises to be a fantastic presentation!

Where: Basement of First Baptist Church of Denver; 1373 Grant Street, Denver, CO 80203 
When: January 9, 2017 12:00PM-1:30PM

Monday March 14 at noon in the basement of the First Baptist Church at Grant and 14th Aves. Colorado Social Legislative Committee CSLC.ORG


P.O. Box 300165

Denver, Colorado 80203

www.cslc.org

@cslc.news

CSLC Noon Meeting Agenda  in the basement at the First Baptist Church at Grant and 14th Ave,  Every Monday during the legislative session 

Monday, March 14, 2016

  1. Welcome & introductions
  2. Member announcements
  3. Bill proposals and endorsements
  4. Panel discussion

Our Right to Know: Transparency in Privatized Services for People with Disabilities

  • Irene Aguilar

State Senator, Senate District 32

  1. Jeff Roberts

Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition

  1. Maureen Welch

Chief Opportunity Officer, RealLife LLC

  1. Katie Dahl, Moderator

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The Colorado Social Legislation Committee is a coalition of persons and organizations interested in legislation related to human needs and human services, especially at the state level.

Colorado Social Legislative Committee Luncheon March 7, 2016 Criminal Justice and Prison

 

P.O. Box 300165

Denver, Colorado 80203

www.cslc.org

@cslc.news                                  

CSLC Noon Meeting Agenda

Monday, March 7, 2016

  1. Welcome & introductions
  2. Member announcements
  3. Bill proposals and endorsements
  4. Panel discussion

Criminal Justice and Prison Issues

  • Beth McCann

State Representative, House District 8

  • Jack Regenbogen

Policy Associate, Colorado Center on Law & Policy

  • Christie Donner

Executive Director, Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition

 

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The Colorado Social Legislation Committee is a coalition of persons and organizations interested in legislation related to human needs and human services, especially at the state level

Colorado Social Legislative Committee Luncheon Meets at noon on Mondays During the Legislative Session – This Week We’re Considering HOUSING

 

P.O. Box 300165

Denver, Colorado 80203

www.cslc.org

@cslc.news

CSLC Noon Meeting Agenda

Monday, February 29, 2016

  1. Welcome & introductions
  2. Member announcements
  3. Bill proposals and endorsements
  4. Panel discussion

Housing Issues in the 2016 Session

  • Max Tyler

State Representative, House District 23

  • K.C. Becker

State Representative, House District 13

  • Jessie Ulibarri

State Senator, Senate District 21

  • Annmarie Jensen, Moderator

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The Colorado Social Legislation Committee is a coalition of persons and organizations interested in legislation related to human needs and human services, especially at the state level.

February 22 Making Early Childhood Count Noon every Monday First Baptist Church

Making Early Childhood Count

 

 

 

P.O. Box 300165

Denver, Colorado 80203

www.cslc.org

@cslc.news

CSLC Noon Meeting Agenda

Monday, February 22, 2016

  1. Welcome & introductions
  2. Member announcements
  3. Bill proposals and endorsements
  4. Panel discussion

Making Early Childhood Count

Erin Miller

Vice President for Health Initiatives, Colorado Children’s Campaign

Cindy Sovine-Miller

Government Affairs Consultant, Sovine-Miller & Company      Board Member, Florence Crittenton Services of Colorado

Susan Lontine

State Representative, House District 1

Jennifer Corrigan, Moderator

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Colorado Social Legislative Committee Monday Noon Meeting February 1, 2016 at First Baptist Church in the Basement

CSLC Noon Meeting Agenda

Monday, February 1, 2016

  1. Welcome & introductions
  2. Member announcements
  3. Bill proposals and endorsements
  4. Panel discussion

The Colorado End-of-Life Options Act: An Overview

Roland Halpern

Cultivation Manager, Compassion and Choices

Dr. Michael Allen, M.D.

Medical Director, Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners; Psychiatrist, Colorado Depression Center and CU Anschutz Hospital

Fr. Michael Kenney

Independent Catholic Priest; Principal, Clinical Ethics Consultancy, LLC

Chris Hinds, Moderator

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The Colorado Social Legislation Committee is a coalition of persons and organizations interested in legislation related to human needs and human services, especially at the state level.

Colorado Social Legislative Committee Meeting Monday, January 25, 2016 at FIrst Baptist Church Concerning Outlook for Parents and Families

CSLC Noon Meeting Agenda

Monday, January 25, 2016

 

  1. Welcome and introductions
  2. Announcements from officers
  3. Bill proposals (if any)
  4. Panel discussion

Legislative Outlook for Parents and Families

Rep. Faith Winter

State Representative, House District 35

Corrine Rivera-Fowler

Deputy Director, COLOR (Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights)

Maggie Gomez

Chapter Organizer, 9to5 Colorado

Bridget Kaminetsky, Moderator

Colorado Social Legislative Committee Agenda for 2016 Every Monday at Noon in the Basement of the First Baptist Church Come Listen Learn and Participate in Our Republic

Colorado Social Legislative Committee Agenda for 2016  Every Monday at Noon in the Basement of the First Baptist Church

Come Listen Learn and Participate

in Our Republic

 

First meeting Monday  January 11, 2016  at noon will be concerning  Health Care Provider Fee should this fee receive Enterprise Status?

 

Mark your 2016 Calendars!

 

Colorado Social Legislation Committee Brown Bags begin 

 

Monday January 11

Noon-1:15

First Baptist Church Basement 

1385 Grant St

FREE, no RSVP needed

 

We meet weekly during legislative season (except for Martin Luther King Jr and President’s Holidays.)

 

We kick off the season with an important topic, which has budget implications for all of our issues:

 

Should Hospital Provider Fee be Given Enterprise Status?

 

Katherine Blair Mulready

Vice President of Legislative Policy & Chief Strategy Officer, Colorado Hospital Association

 

Henry Sobanet

Director, Office of State Planning and Budget

 

Rep. Jon Becker

State Representative, House District 65

 

 

Please join us Monday, January 11, and other Mondays during legislative session. 

The best way to be informed concerning  developments at the State Capitol and network with other advocates on social issues.

 

Forward this email, please.

Mark your 2016 Calendars! Monday January 11

 

 

Mark your 2016 Calendars!

Monday January 11

Colorado Social Legislation Committee Brown Bags begin 

 

  • Should Hospital Provider Fee Be Given Enterprise Status?

Noon-1:15

First Baptist Church Basement 

1385 Grant St

FREE, no RSVP needed

 

We meet weekly during legislative season (except for Martin Luther King Jr and President’s Holidays.)

 

We kick off the season with an important topic, which has budget implications for all of our issues:

 

Should Hospital Provider Fee be Given Enterprise Status?

 

  • Katherine Blair Mulready

Vice President of Legislative Policy & Chief Strategy Officer, Colorado Hospital Association

 

  • Henry Sobanet

Director, Office of State Planning and Budget

 

  • Rep. Jon Becker

State Representative, House District 65

 

 

  1. Please join us Monday, January 11, and other Mondays during legislative session. 
  2. It is a quick way to be well informed about developments at the State Capitol, while networking with advocates on social issues.
  3. Please forward this email to others who are engaged in legislative issues at the State Capitol and throughout Colorado.

 

Can We Afford to Live in Metro Denver Anymore? – Annual Fall Forum

Can We Afford to Live in Metro Denver Anymore?
A Showcase of Initiatives and Programs of CSLC Members

While the need for low income and affordable housing dwarfs the resources of any one organization or effort, many are trying to address this crisis.  Learn about what CSLC member organizations are doing related to renters organizing, transit oriented development, permanent supportive housing, rental vouchers, faith based initiatives, senior housing needs, and funding sources for housing developments.

When: Thursday, November 12
4:00- 6:30 p.m.

Where: Augustana Lutheran Church
5000 E Alameda Ave, Denver, CO 80246

Free, no RSVP necessary

Food and refreshments will be served

There will also be information tables by our supporting cosponsors.

For questions, contact Katy Fleury kfleury@coloradocoalition.org or  Chaer Robert (303) 573-5559 x307, crobert@cclponline.org

Download event flyer here.

Have something to share? Sign up to have an information table at the event!