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  • 2014 Warrior Care Month: Strength Comes in Many Forms

    Warrior Care Month has been established to recognize those who have volunteered to answer our nation’s call during both peacetime and war. With that service, some have suffered injuries that left them ill, wounded, or injured. This month also recognizes those caregivers, both personal and professional, who have remained dedicated to these service members while overcoming life’s obstacles post-injuries.


  • Knowing Your Rights in Colorado

    On November 6, 2014, the RIWG and WHIAAPI came together to host a “Know Your Rights” event for the Denver AAPI community.


  • 2014 Warrior Care Month: Do You Have What It Takes?

    Lieutenant Colonel Oosterhous suffered multiple strokes while serving in the Air Force. But from a simple outing with his brother, to the Invictus Games 2014 in London, he embraced his newfound journey to inspire others alike.


  • 2014 Warrior Care Month: A Navy Wounded Warrior’s Perspective

    Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Redmond Ramos was severely injured by an Improvised Explosive Device when rendering care to a fellow service member-in-arm in Afghanistan. Through his patience and resilience, Redmond was able to display the warrior within him during the 2014 London Invictus Games and the Wounded Warrior Games in Colorado Springs.


  • 2014 Warrior Care Month

    Warrior Care Month -- observed from October 27 to November 27 each year -- recognizes the nation’s wounded, ill, and injured service members, their families, and caregivers. This week, we will feature stories of those incredible warriors and their journey to recover, rehabilitate, and transition, all while remaining strong and resilient.


  • Letters to the President: Marla and the Affordable Care Act

    In December of last year, Marla and her husband looked into their options for insurance in the Colorado Marketplace.


  • Empowering Entrepreneurial Labs: New Lab-Corps Program Accelerates Energy Technologies to Market

    To help increase the rate at which national laboratory discoveries successfully transition into the private sector, the Energy Department today launched Lab-Corps, a new program that will train top lab researchers across the nation how to move high-impact national laboratory-invented technologies into the market.


  • “Entrepreneurship is in the DNA of this Generation”: The President’s Innovation Town Hall

    Last week, the President held a town hall meeting at a collaborative work space in Los Angeles to discuss a wide range of issues of core importance to entrepreneurs, especially entrepreneurs from the millenial generation.


  • Weekly Wrap Up: September 29 - October 3

    This week, President Obama talked about a new foundation for a 21st century economy and welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the White House; Vice President Biden and Secretary of Labor Tom Perez announced the fourth round of TAACCCT grants; and the economy saw its 55th straight month of private-sector job gains.


  • You Told Us: Here's What Raising the Wage Means to You

    Tens of thousands of people shared what raising the federal minimum wage to $10.10 would mean to them personally, or to their communities. Read some of those stories on our interactive map here.


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