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Apr 6, 2015

Recent articles

Who gets the tax breaks in the 2023 Colorado Legislature?

Colorado is in a very odd situation.  Our legislators can’t raise taxes due to TABOR (Taxpayer Bill of Rights). Those are decisions left to voters, who often favor only the taxes they themselves do not pay. On the other hand, both the voters and legislators can cut...

Unwinding Continuous Coverage

Since March 2020, Coloradans enrolled in Medicaid and Child Health Plus (CHP+) have been able to maintain their health coverage. This policy has meant fewer gaps in care, less paperwork, and more peace of mind. States kept people enrolled in exchange for the...

2023 Legislative Preview Event Recap

Colorado’s Legislative Session came early this year, and CCLP was ready for it! Right on the heels of the holidays CCLP hosted our 2023 Legislative Preview on January 4th. CCLP staff presented some of our legislative priorities for the antipoverty movement.   Interim...

The Hardest Road – Philanthropic Approaches to the Evolving Field of Transportation Equity

by | Apr 6, 2015

“More than half a century since the demise of ‘separate but equal’, race and class continue to have a defining hand in how easy, or how difficult, it is to reach opportunity.” Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities report The Hardest Road: Philanthropic Approaches to the Evolving Filed of Transportation Equity.

The field of transportation equity continues to grow and gain significant momentum across the country. In a recent report released by the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities, the history of transit equity is examined along with the philanthropic sectors role in supporting and strengthening this important movement. Mile High Connects and three other cities are lifted up in the report as promising practices that include community organizing, data, and collaborative models. Click here for the full report.

Recent articles

Who gets the tax breaks in the 2023 Colorado Legislature?

Colorado is in a very odd situation.  Our legislators can’t raise taxes due to TABOR (Taxpayer Bill of Rights). Those are decisions left to voters, who often favor only the taxes they themselves do not pay. On the other hand, both the voters and legislators can cut...

Unwinding Continuous Coverage

Since March 2020, Coloradans enrolled in Medicaid and Child Health Plus (CHP+) have been able to maintain their health coverage. This policy has meant fewer gaps in care, less paperwork, and more peace of mind. States kept people enrolled in exchange for the...

2023 Legislative Preview Event Recap

Colorado’s Legislative Session came early this year, and CCLP was ready for it! Right on the heels of the holidays CCLP hosted our 2023 Legislative Preview on January 4th. CCLP staff presented some of our legislative priorities for the antipoverty movement.   Interim...