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Dec. 30, 2020, Colorado Public Radio, Low-wage workers bear the brunt of Colorado’s economic fallout

Dec. 30, 2020, The Durango Herald, Report shows that rural Colorado struggled before the pandemic

Dec. 30, 2020, The Denver Post, Low-wage workers in Colorado paid a heavy price during the pandemic

Dec. 29, 2020, Colorado Politics, Report: Colorado’s class disparities have gotten worse since the pandemic

Dec. 29, 2020, The Colorado Sun, Opinion: Why Colorado’s economy shouldn’t just return to ‘normal’ after COVID-19

Nov. 30, 2020, The Colorado Sun, Subsidized broadband speeds up but Colorado customers must upgrade to keep discount

Nov. 24, 2020, The Colorado Trust blog, Six months after eviction, Denver woman wonders if she’ll ever have stable housing again

Nov. 23, 2020, The Denver Channel, Denver woman diagnosed with cancer says that repealing the Affordable Care Act jeopardizes her future

Nov. 19, 2020, Colorado Newsline, Navigating housing instability during the pandemic

Oct. 23, 2020, The Colorado Sun, Colorado’s settlement with mobile park operator could set a path for other tenants seeking justice

Oct. 4, 2020, The Denver Post, Colorado is just one of six states where Latinos are more likely to die than white people

Sept. 25, 2020, The Denver PostColoradans borrowing at a high rate to make ends meet

Sept. 11, 2020, Chalkbeat Colorado, Advocates: Put children first in Colorado COVID response

Aug. 23, 2020, Colorado Politics, SHELTER AMID COVID: Beef up tenant safeguards

Aug. 11, 2020, Colorado Politics, Congress must extend COVID unemployment coverage

July 19, 2020, Colorado Politics, Turning to the government during COVID’s wake

July 17, 2020, Westword, Evictions could leave thousands of Coloradans in a lurch this summer

July 15, 2020, Colorado Public Radio, Coronavirus homelessness has already hit Colorado

July 14, 2020, Colorado Public Radio, 30-day notice continues, but is it enough?

July 8, 2020, Summit Daily, Eviction concerns grow as pandemic protections expire

July 1, 2020, Summit Daily, New legislation aims to protect the rights of mobile home residents

June 26, 2020, The Colorado Independent, At every turn, protestors confront a reason to march

June 19, 2020, Colorado Politics op-ed, Legislature made strides for the most vulnerable

May 20, 2020, Aurora Sentinel, Op-ed: Seek help if you’re feeling the lockdown pinch

May 18, 2020, Colorado Public Radio, Would An Emergency Tax Work In Colorado? Progressives Want To Try

May 18, 2020, Route Fifty, Colorado Groups Push for Tax Hike on High Earners to Help With Budget Shortfall

May 18, 2020, Colorado Politics, 135 groups urge state lawmakers to consider three-pronged plan

May 1, 2020, Colorado Public Radio, Colorado Has An Eviction Ban, But ‘Catastrophic’ Threat Still Looms For Renters

April 22, 2020, NBC News, No money, but rent is due: In Colorado few eviction protections as coronavirus spreads

April 18, 2020, Westword, Why Undocumented Coloradans Are Excluded from Rent Assistance

April 3, 2020, The Colorado Trust blog, As Unemployment Soars, Questions Loom for Thousands of Coloradans

April 1, 2020, Colorado Politics, Coronavirus underscores need for safety net programs

March 24, 2020, Denverite, Nonprofit landlords in East Colfax pledge no evictions

March 18, 2020, CBS News4, Coronavirus Update: Temporary Hold on Eviction Enforcement in Denver

Feb. 27, 2020, Families USA, Learnings in Leadership: Allison Neswood

Feb. 9, 2020, The Colorado Sun, Colorado’s Basic Cash Assistance families need a boost out of poverty

Jan. 30, 2020, KDVR FOX 31, Bill suppressing eviction records clears Colorado House

Jan. 30, 2020, The Colorado Sun, Colorado renters may have eviction records even though they’ve never been evicted

Jan. 24, 2020, The Colorado Sun, Colorado’s mobile home owners are about to get more leverage in disputes with park owners

Jan. 12, 2020, The Daily Sentinel (Grand Junction), Minimum wage hikes done for now

Jan. 10, 2020, Kaiser Health NewsHigh-Deductible Plans Jeopardize Health of Patients and Rural Hospitals

Jan. 2, 2020, Colorado PoliticsA holiday wish list for Coloradans facing poverty 


Dec. 21, 2019, CGTV, Hungry in America: How Do You Eat if You Lose Your Food Stamps?

Dec. 15, 2019, The Colorado Sun, Opinion: Protect Colorado’s Medicaid enrollees

Dec. 9, 2019, Colorado Politics, Q&A with Bob Mook

Nov. 4, 2019, Kaiser Health News, A Single Underliverable Letter Can Mean Losing Medicaid

Sept. 19, 2019, Scripps MediaBan the box campaign takes on legal barriers to gainful employment

Sept. 16, 2019, Colorado Politics, Q&A with Tiffani Lennon: “When every Coloradan can be lifted up, we all benefit” 

Sept. 15, 2019, The Colorado Sun, Parked: Mobile homes are Colorado’s affordable housing crutch. But they’re disappearing as land becomes more precious

Aug. 15, 2019, KDNK Community Radio, Updates to public charge rule will impact legal immigration

Aug. 5, 2019, The Colorado Trust, Removing a “Lifelong Scarlet Letter” 

July 9, 2019, The Colorado Trust, What It Actually Takes to Make Ends Meet in Colorado 

June 18, 2019, The Denver Voice, Denver’s Eviction Crisis

June 10, 2019, The Colorado Sun, To pay for housing and roads, Colorado lawmakers turned to an unusual source: the public’s “lost and found”

May 31, 2019, Prosperity NowHistoric legislation in Colorado Improves Protections for Owners of Manufactured Housing

May 29, 2019, Aspen Daily News Income levels in Pitkin County are least sustainable in Colorado

May 28, 2019, The Denver Post, Colorado cities can raise minimum wages starting in January 2020

May 28, 2019, Denverite, Getting legal help can be a barrier for low-income Colorado families who need safe, clean housing

May 28, 2019, Denverite: Who’s Next: Hunger – 10 rising stars in the Denver area

April 29, 2019, The Colorado Sun, We pay taxes to help people with disabilities. Why not help them better access that money?

April 26, 2019, Colorado Politics, A couple of bills to boost affordable housing – without a tax hike

April 22, 2019, Real Vail, Colorado Legislature makes affordable housing push in final stretch of session 

April 22, 2019, The Aspen Times, Colorado lawmakers look to fund affordable housing in waning days of session

April 17, 2019, Steamboat Pilot & Daily, Steamboat teachers ask for new tax to fund salary increase

April 16, 2019, Pagosa Daily Post, Help Support Affordable Housing in Colorado

April 8, 2019, The Vail Daily, Colorado’s wage gap

April 7, 2019, Fort Morgan Times, Some lawmakers want to ‘ban the box’

April 2, 2019, The Colorado Sun, It’s the Year of the Renter at the Colorado statehouse

March 22, 2019, Colorado Politics, Docking pay to collect debt digs a hole for poor Coloradans; reform is on the way

March 10, 2019, The Durango Herald, Sen. Michael Bennet aims to tackle childhood poverty with tax credit 

March 6, 2019, Denverite,  It’s the session for landlord-tenant issues in the legislature

March 2, 2019, The Boulder Daily Camera, We’ve measured the living wage. The data is disturbing

March 1, 2019, The Colorado Lawyer,  The eviction crisis in Colorado

Feb. 28, 2019, Westword, Colorado Democrats want to down the eviction process

Feb. 27, 2019, Pagosa Daily Post, Celebrating Colorado’s health care progress

Feb. 13, 2019, Colorado Politics, Giving hard pressed tenants some much-needed breathing room 

Feb. 13, 2019, The Denver Post, Why we should care if that ex-convict can get a job in Colorado

Feb. 10, 2019, The Durango HeraldLow-income residents spend thousands at Durango farmer’s market

Feb 5, 2019, The Denver Post, Colorado’s renters could see fees limited or even returned if new bill becomes law

Feb. 4, 2019, CBS4 Denver, Bill Would Give Renters More Time to Pay Rent

Feb. 1, 2019, KCMJ, Voices and Views: Self-Sufficiency Report

Jan. 30, 2019, Westword, Ban the Box Bill Would Remove Criminal History from Job Applications

Jan. 28, 2019, Colorado Politics, Q&A with Claire Levy | Providing a voice for Colorado’s poor

Jan. 23, 2019, Colorado Politics, The state’s economy isn’t working for everyone

Jan. 8, 2019, The Durango Herald, ‘Ban the Box’ bill targets discrimination against people with criminal records

Jan. 8, 2019, KGNU, The Labor Exchange: Claire Levy on the State of Working Colorado

Jan. 7, 2019, The Colorado Independent,  ‘Ban the Box’ bill would make it harder for employers to discriminate against people with criminal records

Jan. 6, 2019, The Denver Post, With language barriers and other challenges, Greeley’s immigrants and refugees struggling to make ends meet


Dec. 30, 2018, La Junta Tribune-Democrat, The downside of Colorado’s boom

Dec. 30, 2018, Fowler TribuneThe downside of Colorado’s boom

Dec. 23, 2018, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, The downside of Colorado’s boom

Dec. 19, 2018, The Gunnison Country Times, Self-sufficiency not so easy today (commentary)

Dec. 13, 2018, The Colorado Independent, It’s getting harder to be a single mom in Colorado

Dec. 12, 2018, Times-Call Local News, Economic gains can’t keep up with cost of living in Boulder County

Dec. 11, 2018, Pagosa Daily Post, Report Shows Colorado Families Struggling in Boom Economy 

Dec. 11, 2018, Denverite, Colorado Center on Law and Policy Releases Its Report on How Much Income Families Need to Make Ends Meet

Dec. 11, 2018, Colorado Public Radio, Colorado Families Are Struggling Despite a Booming Economy

Dec. 11, 2018, The Denver Post, Two-thirds of Coloradans struggling to cover basic costs don’t even meet the federal poverty definition

Dec. 10, 2018, CBS4 Denver, New Report: 1 in 4 Coloradans Need Public Assistance to Meet Basic Needs

Dec. 10, 2018, The Greeley Tribune, Self-Sufficiency for Colorado: Nearly one-third of Weld households struggle to make ends meet

Nov. 5, 2018, Health Affairs, The View from Colorado: Discrimination, High-Priced Drugs, and Tough Questions for State Regulators

Oct. 29, 2018, CGTN, Working class Americans struggle with affordable housing as rents rise

Oct. 3, 2018, The Vail Daily: As ballot grows in Colorado, attention spans sink 

Oct. 1, 2018, Denverite: New legal clinic for renters facing eviction celebrated in Westminster

Sept. 24, 2018, The Nonprofit Quarterly: Foundations and nonprofits offer support to entrepreneurs of color

Sept. 14, 2018, Pagosa Daily Post: Disabled Coloradans to Benefit from rule change

Aug. 31, 2018, The Denver Post: We need to protect at-risk renters in Denver from an eviction crisis 

August 2, 2018, KVNF: Local Motion: Income Inequality radio interview with Claire Sheridan

July 26, 2018, The Denver Post: Colorado income gains continue to flow disproportionately to the top, study says

July 3, 2018, The Denver Post: Raise cash assistance for needy Colorado families

June 28, 2018, Colorado Watchdog: State agency instructs counties to spend, not save, federal welfare allocations, despite ongoing sanctions 

June 13, 2018, The Denver Post: Low-income renters at risk of eviction in Denver can now seek legal help from a City Council-backed defense fund 

May 30, 2018, Fox 31 Denver: Some Boulder tenants facing 25 percent rent increase

May 29, 2018, Colorado Public RadioWhy Counties Don’t Want Colorado To Raise Temporary Welfare For Its Poorest Families

May 25, 2018, DenveriteDenver’s construction boom means more jobs for workers with records

May 11, 2018, The Longmont Times-Call: Boulder County group to hold poverty simulation in Longmont 

May 4, 2018, The Pagosa Daily Post: OPINION: The Final Countdown 

May 2, 2018, Denver7 News: Eviction cases piling up amid Colorado’s housing crisis

April 26, 2018, Denver Business Journal: Colorado House passes bill to let local governments raise their minimum wage 

April 19, 2018, Denver Business Journal: Colorado Senate committee shoots down efforts to increase arbitration oversight

April 13, 2018, WestwordWhy Minimum Wage Could Go Up More in Some Colorado Towns Than Others

April 6, 2018, The Denver PostColorado should eliminate sales tax on manufactured homes

April 4, 2018, The Denver Catholic: Lend a hand to those seeking employment or job-training

April 2, 2018, Colorado PoliticsA little help goes a long way toward adding job skills for the working poor

March 30, 2018, The Pagosa Daily PostOPINION: Positive Housing Bills from the 2018 Colorado General Assembly

March 26, 2018, The Boulder Daily CameraBoulder Faculty Assembly calls on CU to increase graduate-student wages

March 26, 2018, Kaiser Health NewsKHN Morning Briefing

March 26, 2018, Public News Service ColoradoColorado Senate Pushes Work Requirements for Medicaid Coverage

March 23, 2018, The Fort Collins ColoradoanFight for renters’ rights goes to Colorado Capitol

March 23, 2018, The Pagosa Daily PostOPINION: Work Requirements Don’t Work

March 6, 2018, The Summit DailySummit County residents miss out on $3.2 million in federal food assistance

March 2, 2018, The Denver PostHold drug makers accountable for rising costs

March 1, 2018, The Pagosa Daily PostOPINION: Colorado HB 1260 Addresses High Cost of Prescription Drugs

Feb. 25, 2018, The Durango HeraldMany La Plata County residents eligible for federal aid aren’t enrolled

Feb. 25, 2018, The Grand Junction Daily SentinelPay floor rising

Feb. 19, 2018, Vail Daily NewsThe Longevity Project | Part 3: Despite nation-leading longevity, Colorado mountain communities face significant health challenges

Feb. 14, 2018, The Cortez JournalStudy shows gap between needs and resources in Montezuma County

Feb. 14, 2018, Denver Business JournalLegislative committee backs increase in regulations on free-standing emergency rooms

Feb. 9, 2018, PRIWages for American workers are ticking upward, but the US remains one of the world’s most inequitable nations

Feb. 5, 2018, The Denver PostGrinch America steps up a tad on workers’ wages

Jan. 29, 2018, The Cortez JournalA livable wage: Pathways from poverty tied to age, living costs and, for now, outside support

Jan. 12, 2018, The Denver PostStrengthen tenant rights in Colorado

Jan. 5, 2018, The Colorado IndependentColorado Legislature 2018: Shortfalls in a time of plenty

Jan. 5, 2018, Denver Business Journal8 business issues before the Colorado Legislature

Jan. 4, 2018, The Aurora SentinelLEGISLATIVE PREVIEW: Colorado’s Capitol offense, and defense in 2018

Jan. 3, 2018, The ColoradoanMinimum wage hike hits Northern Colorado businesses

Jan. 3, 2018, The Durango HeraldA livable wage: Pathways from poverty tied to wages, living costs and, for now, outside support

Jan. 2, 2018, DenveriteColorado billionaires doing just fine, workers not so much, new data show

Jan. 2, 2018, The Pagosa Daily Post: OPINION: Thoughts on 2017 and the Road Ahead

Jan. 1, 2018, The Denver PostColorado minimum wage takes second step up in 2018


Dec. 30, 2017, The Boulder Daily CameraBoulder County wages show signs of life

Dec. 28, 2017, Colorado Public RadioWorker’s Friend Or Business Drag? One Year Of Colorado’s Increased Minimum Wage

Dec. 27, 2017, Public News Service ColoradoColorado’s Medical Deduction Helps Put Food on Table

Dec. 23, 2017, The Boulder Daily Camera: Claire Levy: Going backward

Dec. 23, 2017, The Greeley TribuneMinimum wages set to increase, but will they matter in Weld?

Dec. 22, 2017, KGNUMorning Magazine on 12/22/2017

Dec. 20, 2017, The Colorado TrustSome of Us Drown in a Rising Tide

Dec. 19, 2018, The Denver PostShame on Grinch America for workers’ stagnant wages

Dec. 19, 2017, The Denver PostColorado unemployment is super low, so why aren’t wages going up faster?

Dec. 1, 2017, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: Higher percentage of area households pay tax, but some may qualify for benefits

Nov. 22, 2017, The Boulder Weekly: Mobile home owners seek to form statewide HOA

Nov. 10, 2017, The Denver Post: Beware of falling taxes 

Oct. 16, 2017, The Pagosa Daily Post: OPINION: Health Care Chaos Can Be Deadly

Oct. 13, 2017, Colorado Public Radio: Does Denver’s New Effort to Curb Evictions Go Far Enough?

Sept. 25, 2017, Westword: Housing Activists Stage Mock Eviction at Office of Major Law Firm

Sept. 22, 2017, The Colorado IndependentColorado renters to landlord law firm: educate don’t evict

Sept. 20, 2017, Fox 31 Denver: What to do when facing eviction  

Sept. 18, 2017, The Pagosa Daily Post:  OPINION: Too Many Coloradans Face Eviction Without Legal Help

Sept. 14, 2017, Colorado Public RadioCensus: Good Times Roll For Most In Colorado, But Disparities Remain

Sept. 13, 2017, The Colorado Independent: Morning Roundup

Sept. 13, 2017, The Denver PostDenver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success rate largely depended on one factor: attorneys.

Sept. 13, 2017, The Denver ChannelStudy: Lack of legal representation hurts Denver tenants’ chances in eviction cases

Aug. 5, 2017, U.S. NewsAmid Soaring Rents, Thousands Face Evictions in Colorado

July 28, 2017, The Fort Collins ColoradoanAmid soaring rents, thousands face evictions in Colorado annually

May 23, 2017, The Colorado IndependentReport: Subprime lending giant’s add-on “loan protections” put borrowers at risk

May 22, 2017, The Colorado Springs GazetteAddressing income inequality

May 8, 2017, Aspen Public Radio: What the Republican healthcare replacement could mean for the Roaring Fork Valley

May 5, 2017, The Pueblo ChieftainTipton challenged over keeping promise on health vote

April 27, 2017, The Reporter HeraldHouse committee moves mobile home legislation forward

April 12, 2017, The Denver PostBill requiring landlords to give 3 weeks notice of rent increase or lease termination advances to Colorado House vote

April 10, 2017, The Denver PostQuestions about criminal history don’t belong on job applications

April 5, 2017, Public News Service ColoradoLawmakers Consider Helping Former Offenders Compete for Jobs

March 27, 2017, The Colorado IndependentCO lawmakers want to give consumers more protection against “zombie-debt” collectors

March 26, 2017, CBS Denver Colorado Patient Advocates: Pay Close Attention To Health Care Debate

March 25, 2017, Steamboat TodayColorado bill would extend notice for rent increases, ending contracts and vacating rentals

March 14, 2017, Fox 31 DenverGOP health care replacement bill would have winners, losers

March 12, 2017, The Summit DailyObamacare replacement would have dramatic impacts on Western Slope

March 9, 2017, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: Troubles remain for health-care proposal 

Feb. 21, 2017, The SourceCSU’s Fort Collins, Pueblo campuses join forces for social work

Feb. 21, 2017, The Cortez JournalObamacare’s repeal could leave Colorado with high Medicaid cost

Feb. 18, 2017, The Durango HeraldObamacare repeal could leave Colorado with high Medicaid cost

Feb. 9, 2017, PRNewswire: New Analysis: Middle-Skill Gap Means Colorado Employers Struggle to Fill Key Jobs

Feb. 7, 2017, North Denver News: Colorado Bill provides incentives to preserve affordable housing – Senate Bill 98

Feb. 6, 2017, The Pioneer Business ReviewColorado Wage Increase

Feb. 3, 2017, The Summit Daily: Colorado’s mobile home parks are disappearing, but a proposed bill would try to save them

Jan. 28, 2017, DenveriteColorado food stamps, benefit programs start to see much needed improvements

Jan. 19, 2017, The Summit Daily NewsSummit County, other ski resort areas miss out on millions in federal food aid

Jan. 16, 2017, Consumer Affairs: Why you might have to move to get ahead financially

Jan. 15, 2017, The Denver PostFamily HomeStead helps struggling families get back on their feet

Jan. 12, 2017, PRNewswire New report shows 1 in 4 Colorado households can’t afford basic needs

Jan. 12, 2017, Yahoo! NewsNew report shows 1 in 4 Colorado households can’t afford basic needs

Jan. 7, 2017, The Durango HeraldDo not ‘repeal’ health coverage without replacing it


Dec. 30, 2016: The Denver PostRaises coming Sunday for low-wage workers in Colorado

Dec. 28, 2016, The Glenwood Springs Post IndependentGuest opinion: Don’t repeal ACA without a replacement

Dec. 22, 2016, The Colorado Springs GazetteNew economic report shows conditions improving in Colorado, but not for all

Dec. 21, 2016, The Pagosa Daily PostColorado Report Details Wage, Income Gaps

Dec. 20, 2016, DenveriteDenver in 5 minutes: What you need to know today, Dec. 20

Dec. 20, 2016, Denver Business JournalMedian Colorado hourly wage is not yet back to 2007 level

Dec. 20, 2016, Colorado Public RadioIncome For Black, Latino Coloradans Significantly Below Average, Report Finds

Dec. 12, 2016, 5280 Magazine: Local Study Attributes Overall Health to Income, Race

Dec. 9, 2016, Lifezette: Health of Colorado’s Residents is Declining

Dec. 8, 2016, KGNUVital Signs: Health Disparities in Colorado

Dec. 8, 2016, The Denver Post: Colorado’s status as healthiest state under threat, research finds

Nov. 12, 2016, The Denver Post: Are you getting your money’s worth from the ACA?

Nov. 5, 2016, The Kiowa County Press: Report Sheds Light on Seniors Needs

Nov. 4, 2016, Forbes: A Minimum Wage Hike May Not Do Much Harm — Or Much Good

Oct. 31, 2016, The Colorado IndependentWhat would raising the minimum wage actually do? Amendment 70, explained

Oct. 25, 2016, The Grand Junction Daily SentinelAmendment 71 foes trot out Trojan horse

Oct.24, 2016, The Stanford DailyLegal weed is just the beginning

Oct. 21, 2016, DenveriteAmendment 70: What you need to know about the minimum wage increase

Oct. 7, 2016, The Denver PostYes on Amendment 70: It’s a modest increase in the minimum wage

Sep. 28, 2016, The Pagosa Daily PostOPINION: Minimum Wage Opponents Using Scare Tactics

Sep. 26, 2016, The JournalBallot battle over minimum wage intensifies in Colorado

Sept.15, 2016, The Denver PostPoverty falls as incomes rise in Colorado, but rent hikes outpace gains

Aug. 29, 2016, The Fort Collins ColoradoanMap: Your Fort Collins neighbor is hungry

Aug. 16, 2016, Colorado Springs IndependentCO voters will decide on at least four initiatives

Aug. 11, 2016, GCNData maps gaps in Colorado’s human services programs

Aug. 10, 2016, The Denver PostNew “gap map” scores Colorado counties on helping the needy get food, health care

Aug. 9, 2016, Pagosa Daily PostOnline Research Tool Maps Human Service Gaps

July 12, 2016, The Colorado Independent7 crucial questions about Colorado’s minimum wage fight, answered

June 30, 2016, Steamboat TodayRoutt County United Way to shine spotlight on local poverty

June 29, 2016, Vail DailyColorado’s Wage Gap

June 17, 2016, 303 Magazine: Gentrification Through the Eyes of Artists

June 13, 2016, The Boulder Daily CameraAmid pressure from advocates, Boulder mulls higher wages for some city employees

June 10, 2016, The Denver Post: A lost opportunity on affordable housing

May 25, 2016, Journal-Advocate, Help needed for Colorado housing crisis

May 4, 2016, Denver Business Journal: Colorado health exchange won’t need voters’ OK to continue fee on policies

May 4, 2016, Politifact ColoradoReport says ColoradoCare would have higher revenues than McDonald’s

April 29, 2016, The Fort Collins ColoradoanFix sought for Colo.’s $9.2M in food stamp errors

April 26, 2016, The Boulder Daily CameraTime to reclaim local control over minimum wage

April 21, 2016, Biz WestCommunities must work to address housing affordability

April 19, 2016, Denver Business JournalEmployers could get tax credit for hiring from high-unemployment groups under measure

April 19, 2016, The Fort Collins ColoradoanReport: Child care workers can’t meet own basic needs

April 12, 2016, CBS Denver‘Ban The Box’ Bill Would Take Criminal History Question Off Job Applications

March 30, 2016, 5280 MagazineInside the Fight to Increase Colorado’s Minimum Wage

March 25, 2016, Denver Business JournalColorado AG agrees to conversion of InnovAge into for-profit business — with long list of stipulations

March 16, 2016, The Denver PostColorado bill would prevent screening job-seekers solely on criminal history

March 11, 2016, Real VailBill to shine spotlight on skyrocketing drug prices killed in Colorado House committee

Feb. 17, 2016, The Colorado Springs GazetteEditorial: Don’t back minimum outcomes

Feb. 16, 2016, The Boulder Daily CameraBoulder to seek higher wages for city’s contract janitors, landscapers

Feb. 13, 2016, The Boulder Daily CameraBoulder activists push ‘self-sufficiency’ wages

Feb. 9, 2016,The Boulder Daily CameraLeague of Women Voters holds Boulder forum on living wage issues

Feb. 4, 2016,The Longmont Times-Call16.2% of Boulder County kids live below poverty line, report says

Jan. 12, 2016,The Denver PostColorado brings back its Earned Income Tax Credit

Jan. 2, 2016,The Denver PostGuest Commentary by Elisabeth Arenales: InnovAge assets must help elderly, disabled


June 29, 2015, The Colorado Springs GazetteState’s recovery steady, not strong

June 25, 2015, The Durango HeraldRuling has little impact on Coloradans

June 24, 2015, Broomfield Opinion: Guest Column: Self-Sufficiency Standard shows it’s hard to make ends meet in state

June 23, 2015, The Fort Collins Coloradoan: Soapbox: What’s behind Larimer County’s cost of living?

June 17, 2015, Aspen Daily News Online: Teacher pay under microscope

June 16, 2015, Pagosa Daily PostOpinion: What’s ahead for the Affordable Care Act?

June 15, 2015, KUNC: How much do you need to earn just to get by in Colorado?

June 15, 2015, Aspen Daily News Online: Local salaries recovering from economic downturn

June 13, 2015, Summit DailyReport examines wages needed for Colorado families to be self-sufficient

June 12, 2015, Rocky Mountain PBS I-News: Living in Colorado is pricey, but this is how much you really need to get by

June 12, 2015, Colorado Public RadioHow much does a family need to earn to survive in your part of Colorado?

June 11, 2015, Pagosa Daily PostColorado’s ‘Self-Sufficiency Standard’ heads upward

June 11, 2015, Fox 31 Denver: Report: Cost of living up in Colorado, min wage not enough

April 30, 2015, The Boulder Daily CameraClaire Levy: How to pay for affordable housing

April 28, 2015, Inside Real Estate NewsLegislation tackles affordable housing crisis

Feb. 1, 2015, Vail Daily, Child care presents problems for parents

Jan. 26, 2015,Colorado Public Radio:Colorado’s economic recovery has been lopsided at best

Jan. 17, 2015, The Denver Post: Let child support go to kids, not government

Jan. 9, 2015, Denver Business Journal: CCLP report addresses gap between wages, jobs in Colorado

Jan. 3, 2015, The Pueblo Chieftain: CCLP’s Claire Levy on wage discrepancies


Dec. 3, 2014, The Boulder Daily Camera: CCLP’s Claire Levy on local minimum wage