5 Things Colorado: Election results, Looming budget challenge, Vaccine science
DJ Wilson | Nov 10, 2020 | Colorado
Recent results from a Public Policy Polling survey indicate a neck and neck race in Alaska’s US Senate election. According to the poll, 43% of Alaska voters plan to vote for Republican incumbent Sen. Dan Sullivan and 43% plan to vote for independent Al Gross, who has the backing of
Tomorrow, we host our virtual event for the 2020 Northern California State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference! We have a good crowd of more than 350 attendees signed up from across the California health policy ecosystem. We also have a number of national figures joining as both speakers and registrants.
The session is humming along and Spring Training is here. That's good! But, last night's news that the first "community spread" instance of the coronavirus is not good. It's an indicator that the virus is already spreading among the population. Overall, death rates are low for the coronavirus. But, Arizona's
With the Iowa Caucuses held the evening before State of Reform, Colm O'Comartun reviewed the returns (or lack thereof) from Iowa, updated us on polling in looming primary states, and talked us through how federal health policy is being shaped on both sides of the aisle by the Democratic nomination
This keynote at the 2020 Texas State of Reform Conference with some of Texas’s most thoughtful legislators covers the emerging politics and policy discussions on health care and health reform. With the 2020 primaries around the corner, and a general election with huge implications for redistricting as well as policy,
A Republican has not been elected to that office since John Spellman’s win in the 1980 Reagan Revolution. The same year, then-AG Slade Gorton beat Warren Magnuson for the US Senate. In other words, it took unique circumstances for a Republican to win even 30 years ago. More importantly, in