Colorado is making it easier to vote for residents with limited English proficiency

The state’s Language Assistance Hotline, launched Oct. 17, allows speakers of Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese, and Taiwanese to call a hotline that will provide them with live interpretations of their ballot.

Courtroom interpreters on verge of walkout in Colorado

Interpreters throughout the state of Colorado are considering a walk-out in the coming week, to protest their low wages, which the Denver Post notes are among the lowest in the United States.