What’s next after Denver passes tax increase for mental health funding
DENVER -- Election night was more than just about candidates and political parties. It was also about issues. In Denver, voters approved a .25 percent tax increase to generate $45 million for mental health funding annually. So what happens next? "This will be the largest mental health funding stream that Denver has ever seen," State Rep. Leslie Herod (D-Denver) said. Herod helped run the campaign to get it passed.