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Governor Hickenlooper Signs SB18-108 Into Law, Driving Forward Access for All Coloradans

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2018 Contact: Laura Peniche, [email protected], (303) 999-1336 Ana Rodriguez, [email protected], (720) 722-4272 Cristian Solano-Córdova, [email protected], (720) 434-4632 DENVER, CO – This morning Governor Hickenlooper signed SB 18-108 into law, a common sense proposal that passed the Colorado State Legislature with strong bipartisan support. The I Drive Colorado campaign, organizations and […]

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As groups reflect on the 2018 legislative session and look ahead to 2019, middle class economic security takes center-stage

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Felicia Griffin, Executive Director, United for a New Economy (UNE) – [email protected] – 720-626-5746 Following the end of Colorado’s 2018 legislative session, organizations representing a diverse range of communities across the state launched a new initiative highlighting successes and next steps for a number of key initiatives aimed at boosting prosperity for hard-working Coloradans. […]

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Rear View Mirror by Rev. Hollis Wright

Time is an elusive thing. Among other things, time is fleeting. We look up and a whole decade has passed; perhaps we wonder what it is we have to show for it. Trees have rings. They develop rings that show their age, once they’re cut down. We develop wrinkles that show our age, and we […]

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Colorado Senate committee kills effort to let cities, counties raise minimum wage – Denver Business Journal

“A renewed effort to change Colorado law to allow cities and counties to raise their minimum wage above statewide levels came to an end Thursday at the Legislature. The Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee killed House Bill 1368, sponsored by Democratic Reps. Jessie Danielson of Wheat Ridge and Jovan Melton of Aurora, along a Republican-led, 3-2 party-line […]