October 31, 2018

As the ranking member of the Colorado State House Committee on Public Health and Human Services, I frequently attend meetings and seminars on related topics. Recently I was at the El Paso County Public health legislative briefing where staff presented current statistics on problem areas related to public health and what is needed to make progress in solving these problems

The county staff presented a comprehensive plan for improving public health during the years 2018 to 2022. Two of the most prevalent problems identified included general obesity of the population and substance abuse. The k...

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