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On April 9, 2018, the Aurora City Council approved the creation of an 8- member task force to study the lack of affordable housing in Aurora and to make recommendations …
This is a running list of legal resources to refer to if you are looking for housing help in Colorado. _HousingHelp
Hear Jenee Donelson, 9to5 Transit Organizer, speak about RTD’s backwards priorities on a recent Colorado Public Radio story! 9to5 Colorado has been organizing for nearly 4 years to push public transit authorities …
On average, Latinas who work full time, year round make only 54 cents to every dollar made by white, non-Hispanic men. I’m the sole provider for myself and my four kids. Why should I have to work two jobs just to earn what a man can bring in working one job?
The Colorado Coalition of Mobile Homeowners submitted an application to the Department of Regulatory Affairs highlighting the negative impacts of the actions of mobile home park owners and operators (landlords …
Community members from Denver, Aurora, Westminster, and Commerce City will be coming together to participate in the National Renter’s Week of Action alongside other affiliates of the Right to the City Homes For All campaign. These impacted community and non-profit organizations behind the following local actions are all part of a statewide coalition called Colorado Homes For All, which was formed as a response to the national and local housing crisis.
The Colorado 2017 Family And Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) Act has passed out of the House! After two previous attempts, this is the first time the widely supported proposal for paid leave has passed out of one of the state legislative chambers.
DENVER – State Senator Rhonda Fields joined homecare providers, health care advocates, doctors and people who depend on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for health care on tax day to release a joint report from Americans for Tax Fairness and Health Care for America Now (HCAN). The report, Republican Health Care Repeal Plan: Tax Cuts for the Rich, Health Care Cuts for Everyone Else, details how the Republican plan to repeal the ACA would give billions in tax breaks to wealthy households, insurance companies and drug manufacturers, paid for by cutting the health care of low- and moderate-income families.