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9 to 5 Colorado

For mail and phone inquiries:
4130 Tejon St, Unit A
Denver, Colorado 80218

(303) 628-0925

Current Campaigns

Work/Family Policy

Everyone has a sick child or relative at some point, yet 88% of Coloradans don’t have paid leave to care for a seriously ill family member, welcome a new baby or recover from a personal illness. The CO FAMLI Act will create a family and medical leave insurance program for all Colorado employees.

Affordable Housing

9to5 recognizes housing as a human right and sees the lack of affordable housing as a factor that contributes to the wage gap. Some of the specific issues 9to5 is currently working on is renter’s rights on the state and local level, affordable housing, community control of land, development without displacement, and rights for mobile home owners.

Workplace Equity

9to5 Colorado’s work centers low income and vulnerable populations in the workforce. We have led efforts to close the gender pay gap in Colorado for over 20 years, prioritizing the need of women of color. We are currently offering Know Your Rights in the Workplace trainings and helped pass the 2019 Equal Work for Equal Pay bill.

Latest Twitter Posts

Passing the Equal Pay bill in 2019 made CO’s economy and communities stronger. It's time to advance pay equity by further protecting our full-time, part-time and remote workers! Read more: https://coloradosun.com/2023/01/28/colorado-wage-transparency-law-update-equal-pay-bill/ #COLeg #PayEquity

Save the date and meet us in DC! Join us to honor 50 years of bold action for working women at District Winery in Washington DC on 9/25 ✨ Learn more: http://9to5.org/50years

Cheers to 50 years! From a doodle in 1973 to our celebratory 2023 logo, 9to5 has made a lot of bold changes over time. Read more about our anniversary at http://9to5.org/50Years

"Just-cause eviction legislation is the best way to prevent first-time homelessness, keep families housed, and put less pressure on the system." Read more about #HousingJustice bills in CO: https://www.denvervoice.org/archive/2023/3/17/house-tenant-protection-bills-advance-to-an-uphill-battle-in-the-senate


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