Sept. 28, 2020: Debating Family Leave On The Ballot; Film Traces Life-Altering Injury

September 28, 2020
<p>Colorado Democratic Sens. Angela Williams and Faith Winter listen behind the podium as activist Judith Marquez speaks in favor of their paid family leave bill at a rally outside the statehouse on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in Denver. </p>
<p>Colorado Democratic Sens. Angela Williams and Faith Winter listen behind the podium as activist Judith Marquez speaks in favor of their paid family leave bill at a rally outside the statehouse on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in Denver. </p>
<p>Jim Anderson/AP Photo</p>
Colorado Democratic Sens. Angela Williams and Faith Winter listen behind the podium as activist Judith Marquez speaks in favor of their paid family leave bill at a rally outside the statehouse on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in Denver.

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Sept. 28, 2020: Debating Family Leave On The Ballot; Film Traces Life-Altering Injury

Today, a debate over the ballot measure on paid family and medical leave. It would give many workers access to 12 weeks for the birth of a child, adoption, illness, and more. Then, service changes for RTD? And, CPR’s politics podcast Purplish on how campaigns reach undecided voters. Also, the story of an injury that changed the course of a man’s life.