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Corporate accountability is long overdue

Corporate accountability is long overdue

It’s clear our communities are struggling. Meanwhile, corporations across the country are raking in profits – all while avoiding paying billions in taxes.

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SB 238 — Fact Sheet

An Act to Strengthen and Enhance the Home Care Workforce

International Women's Day

Time and time again, we’ve seen work that is predominantly done by women be undervalued. I want other care workers to know: as workers, we deserve more.

Care workers are WINNING! Let’s keep fighting.

Legislators listened to care workers' voices and voted for a $15 minimum wage that will take effect on January 1, 2022.

SB 19-238, Increasing Wages for Home Care Workers and Establishing Training Oversight Group, Heads to Governor’s Desk

Aimed at increasing retention in the home care workforce, the bill raises wages for caregivers and promotes high care standards for consumers.

Home Care Workforce Bill Improving Wages for Caregivers Passes Senate

Senate Bill 238 Raises Wages for Caregivers and Promotes High Care Standards for Consumers by Establishing a Training Enforcement Work Group Denver, CO – A bill aiming to increase retention…

Bill Improving Home Care Worker Wages Passes Senate Hearing

The bill raises wages for caregivers and establishes a training enforcement work group to promote high care standards for consumers.

SB 19-238 Improves Home Care Workforce Amid Increased Demand for Personal Care Assistants

The Bill Will Strengthen and Enhance the Home Care Workforce by Improving Training and Wages, Bettering the Lives of Colorado Caregivers and Consumers