Ten bills signed into law in Colorado in June were meant to shake up the state’s landscape for people with disabilities by increasing employment, reducing the waiting list for services and ensure oversight of caregivers.

But what a difference six months makes.

Today nearly all of the plans are on hold and the next round of legislation that was expected won’t even be introduced. It’s all thanks to the economy, reports the Rocky Mountain News. To read more click here.

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