The bill making its way through the Colorado state legislature has the potential to give free meals to about 18,000 Denver Public Schools students from low-income families who were not receiving them before.
“We’re using the same ingredients you’re using when you cook a scratch meal for your family.”
Denver students will start the year off with lunch debts paid off and a new promise that falling behind on lunch payments will not mean a cold “alternative” meal.
We've got your guide to all those ballot measures and how to make decisions about less prominent races like judges, regents and RTD board.
Denverite can help you understand these and all your Colorado and Denver ballot measures if you haven't cast your ballot yet.
Amendment U is worth about $125,000 to Colorado and less than $25 each to some 5,000 people who earn money on state-owned lands.
Here's what's on the ballot and what's still awaiting approval from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office.