Colorado has come a long way since the passage of Amendment 2 in 1992. While national newspapers and television networks called Colorado, “the Hate State,” that year, the entire ordeal seems like a distant and terrible nightmare. Nowadays, the Centennial State has an openly gay governor, a burgeoning population of free-thinking citizens and hundreds of LGBT groups.
An interesting possible bill could change the way sports betting works. In addition, it could impact those who gamble and then seek bankruptcy protection.
Medical debt can seem overwhelming, especially when you're dealing with trouble with your health. You may not be able to work as much as you'd like or be suffering from a disability that has reduced your ability to maintain a regular income.
In homes where two parents get along and work well together, it can be hard to raise children on the best of days. That's why it is so easy to understand the difficulty of raising children when parents are in a state of conflict.
There is a genuine student loan crisis happening in the United States. Many millennials going to college take out tens of thousands of dollars' worth of loans, and they are generally unable to pay them off. The federal government has attempted to reduce this hardship through student loan forgiveness programs and caps on interest accrual.
You're an older same-sex couple, and you know that many things have changed in today's world. Since the 2015 Defense of Marriage Act, it's been legal to get married anywhere in the United States.