Emergency Mental Health Response, Lt. Gov. Garcia Departs, Avoiding The ‘Do-Nothing’ Congress

January 7, 2016

If someone collapsed in front of you, chances are you'd respond. Maybe even administer CPR. But if that same person were having a mental health crisis, would you know how to help? Turns out there's a class for that. Then, does Colorado need a lieutenant governor? Two political scientists raised that question recently and we put it to Lt. Governor Joe Garcia himself as he steps down from the role. Also, if you're frustrated by Congress, listen up. There's a new idea for governing out of the University of Denver. Plus your feedback: Some listeners find the Stock Show distasteful.