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Run Today! Lead Tomorrow! Scholarship Program

The One Colorado GSA Network is launching the Run Today! Lead Tomorrow! scholarship program for LGBTQ and allied students who are interested in running for student goverment. This program is open to all middle school, high school, and college students. Once accepted into the scholarship program, each student will complete leadership training and then receiveRead more >>

One Colorado Helps Defeat Anti-Equality House Bill that Would Repeal Protections for Transgender Coloradans

February 4, 2015 Today, One Colorado was proud to play a key role in defeating HB 1081, a bill that would have repealed protections for transgender people that currently exist under Colorado’s anti-discrimination law. Specifically, this legislation would have created an exclusion in the law that would prevent transgender Coloradans from using locker room facilities consistent withRead more >>

Just Released: One Colorado Education Fund’s 2013 Annual Report

One Colorado Education Fund’s 2013 Annual Report is now available, highlighting the progress we have made on behalf of LGBT Coloradans and their families. 2013 was a busy year for our community — from removing barriers for transgender people in accessing the health care they need and passing civil unions legislation, to continuing our work creatingRead more >>

One Colorado Releases 2015 Transgender Health Insurance Buyer’s Guide

It’s important to know that from now until February 15th, 2015, Coloradans can shop for health insurance on our state’s own marketplace, Connect for Health Colorado. Still, if you’re a transgender Coloradan, finding coverage that meets all your health care needs can be complicated. That’s why today, One Colorado is releasing our Transgender Health Insurance Buyer’sRead more >>

Monday, December 1 is World AIDS Day

All across the state, and throughout the week of December 1, there are events taking place in observance of World AIDS Day. This occasion is an important opportunity for our community to recognize those living with or impacted by HIV/AIDS, as well as remember those we have lost and recommit ourselves to the ultimate goal of achievingRead more >>

One Colorado’s Statement on President Obama’s Historic Action on Immigration Reform

November 21, 2014 One Colorado released the following statement from Executive Director Dave Montez on President Obama’s executive action that provides administrative relief from deportation to many of Colorado’s estimated 180,000 undocumented immigrants: “Thousands of undocumented immigrants here in Colorado – who have long been living in the shadows – will finally have relief thanks toRead more >>

One Colorado Education Fund Releases Groundbreaking New Report on Transgender Health

Many LGBT Coloradans encounter barriers in our health care systems, but this is especially true for Colorado’s transgender community. From negative experiences with a doctor to prohibitive costs and exclusions that specifically deny coverage for transgender people, the list goes on. Today, we released a groundbreaking new report, Transparent, that highlights the unique barriers transgender Coloradans faceRead more >>

One Colorado’s Statement on 2014 Election Results in Colorado

November 5, 2014 One Colorado released the following statement from Executive Director Dave Montez on the results of the 2014 election in Colorado: “This morning, with votes still being counted in many key races, the 2014 election has proven to be one of mixed results and mixed emotions. What we can say is that manyRead more >>

Election Results in One Colorado PAC-Endorsed Races

  One Colorado PAC is proud to have endorsed 49 pro-equality candidates across the state — both Democrats and Republicans — as well as having come out against Amendment 67. Check here for election results in the races where we endorsed.** Statewide Governor – John Hickenlooper: WIN Attorney General – Don Quick: LOSS House ofRead more >>

One Colorado PAC Endorses 47 Pro-Equality State House and Senate Candidates for the 2014 General Election

LGBT Coloradans know how important elections are — and we’ve seen firsthand the difference a pro-equality majority can make. In 2012, we watched our state legislature shut down over civil unions, simply because opponents of equality wanted to use our families as a political football. But after that painful defeat two years ago, we steppedRead more >>