By Lance Hernandez
DENVER — State lawmakers will vote Monday on a proposal that would allow mental health patients to specify the treatment they prefer and to designate someone else to make decisions on their behalf.
House Bill 19-1044 won unanimous approval Wednesday in the House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee, and is now up for a third reading on the House floor.
Evan Silverman supports the measure. The 43-year-old Denver man testified in favor of the bill. He said he Read More
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