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Colorado’s mobile home parks are disappearing, but a proposed bill would try to save them

The Aspen Times By Jack Queen Mobile home parks can be integral components of a community’s affordable housing mix, but they also carry an...

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Women’s groups kick off weekly meetings at Colorado Capitol

DENVER – Colorado legislators and representatives of several interest groups want to capitalize on the momentum from women’s marches across the nation as they launch Women and Families’ Wednesdays at the state Capitol.

The group will gather every Wednesday on Capitol Hill during the legislative session to allow participants to campaign for issues that directly affect women and families.

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KGNU: 9to5 Colorado protests soaring RTD costs

Read about 9to5 Colorado’s coalition with Denver groups protesting the city’s soaring cost of living.

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Because We All Deserve a Second Chance

Our Wisconsin chapter is doing great work around ‪#‎BanTheBox‬!

“As an organizer with 9to5 Wisconsin, I work with a huge population of women who are struggling to turn their lives around; to get and keep jobs after returning from prison.”-Nancy Yarbrough, 9to5 WI Chapter Organizer.
Check out Nancy’s Op Ed, published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Denver CBS4: 9to5 Colorado protests steep RTD fare

Hear about 9to5 Colorado’s successful protest of the Regional Transportation District’s A Line cost and its burden on working women.

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WTMJ-4 Milwaukee: Gender pay gap costs women thousands

Watch Astar Herndon, 9to5 Wisconsin Organizer, break down the costs of the wage gap for women of color and the impact it has for our families and communities.

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