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Racial inequities in Colorado’s tax code highlighted as Proposition 116 fight...

When Denver voters begin filling out their ballots next month, they’ll decide whether to approve two new 0.25% sales tax hikes to help the...

Adult roommates: Millennials ‘double-up’ to face changing economic and social environments

After Caitye Davis graduated from the University of Colorado Denver, she didn’t care what she had to do: She was going to move out...

State announces new Gap Fund for Colorado’s small businesses

Small business owners who may not have gotten federal coronavirus relief funds earlier in the pandemic — or who need additional help to stay...

‘Desperate’ need for more federal COVID-19 aid, Colorado advocates say

Nearly a month after the expiration of a key federal aid program and two weeks after the U.S. Senate adjourned without passing new COVID-19...

Need for proposed supportive housing project not contested, only its location

A proposed supportive housing and recuperative care facility in Denver received push-back this week from an area business owner who is concerned about the...

Emergency housing funds could dry up by mid-November, state official says

There wasn’t much good news announced during Colorado’s monthly State Housing Board meeting on Tuesday. The meeting came as fear continues to mount among housing...

Rural areas in Colorado lack mental health providers. A $1.5 million...

A statewide shortage of mental health and addiction providers is acutely felt in Colorado’s rural communities, many of which have high rates of suicide...

Confusion, concern follows Trump COVID relief orders

Before issuing a series of executive actions relating to coronavirus relief at his New Jersey golf club on Aug. 8, President Donald Trump suggested...

Medicaid funding increase sought by Colorado advocates as enrollment surges

Even before the coronavirus pandemic hit, it was hard enough for Joaquín Garcia, a student and father of two who lives in Alamosa, to...

‘14,000 attempts.’ Balky technology, expiring benefits worry workers, state leaders.

Congress is continuing to squabble over whether to extend a federal supplement to unemployment insurance and if they do, by how much. But as they...

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