DENVER — To celebrate the All-Star Game being hosted in Denver, the Colorado Disability Funding Committee is hosting an auction for 10 Major League Baseball-themed license plates.
Fans can cheer on their favorite players while helping fund programs for people with disabilities.
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The auction has the following license plates to choose from:
“Coloradans can assist their friends and neighbors with disabilities and supporting organizations while showing their love for baseball and celebrating this year’s MLB All-Star game by bidding on an official Colorado license plate,” said Gov. Jared Polis in a news release.
Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera said the administration has taken steps to help ensure the disability community in Colorado has a variety of resources. She said they've passed legislation to lower the cost of health care and increase accessibility, along with creating funding streams to help support people with disabilities.
The auction ends on July 14.
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