Indra Lusero's quest to fight for Colorado midwives started with her own pregnancy
Soon after Indra Lusero gave birth in the bedroom of her Highlands bungalow in 2003, she made a decision: She wasn't going to be the typical midwifery client who had her baby and then never thought about midwives again. No, she was going to become an advocate for the centuries-old, often misunderstood profession. It's a path that took her to law school and now to the State Capitol. Read about Lusero's journey, and the ongoing battle between Colorado midwives and doctors, in this week's feature, "Special Delivery."
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