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Aug 24, 2021

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2022 Legislative Wrap-Up

This year’s legislative session has been an intense one to say the least, but with many positive results for Coloradans experiencing poverty. Major priority bills required research, testimony and support from CCLP — as well as our partner organizations, and our...

Somewhere, a place for us…

Mobile homes are some of the last remaining affordable housing. In the face of increasing vulnerability, HB1287 could help protect them.

KUNC: Boost In Food Stamp Benefits Doesn’t Tip Scales Of Inequality In Mountain West Resort Towns

by | Aug 24, 2021

Across the Mountain West, housing costs rose by more than 20% from April of last year to this year.

If the government incorporated the impacts of these costs on families of various sizes and compositions, we would get “a much more realistic measure of poverty,” Brennan said.

When these factors are taken into the account, a considerable number of people slip through the social safety net. For example, the Colorado Center on Law and Policy found that the potential number of people in Colorado living below the poverty line in 2019 rose from 9% to 26% when accounting for the costs of housing, health care, child care and transportation.

Read the full article at kunc.org.

Recent articles

2022 Legislative Wrap-Up

This year’s legislative session has been an intense one to say the least, but with many positive results for Coloradans experiencing poverty. Major priority bills required research, testimony and support from CCLP — as well as our partner organizations, and our...

Somewhere, a place for us…

Mobile homes are some of the last remaining affordable housing. In the face of increasing vulnerability, HB1287 could help protect them.