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Inflation in Colorado – January 2024 Update

Inflation in Colorado – January 2024 Update

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Prices in Colorado fell by 0.1% between November and January of 2024 after falling 0.34% between September and November. This was the first consecutive bi-monthly period of deflation since July-November of 2020.

A Snapshot of Colorado’s 2023 Economy

A Snapshot of Colorado’s 2023 Economy

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Common Sense Institute tracked Colorado’s major economic highlights from 2023 in the following categories: jobs, inflation, labor force, and population.

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Our upcoming Eggs & the Economy event is on April 16th. Join us for an in depth conversation on a variety of issues impacting the Colorado economy!

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The price of tuition at a four-year public university rose more than any other item—by nearly 300% since 2002. This is more than 137percentage points more than that of the next closest item, housing.

Inspired by Mark Perry at @AEI

Read the full report here: https://bit.ly/4bFWzaS
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“Accomplishments will prove to be a journey, not a destination.”
—Dwight D. Eisenhower

Happy Presidents` Day, we hope you are able to reflect back today on all of our incredible leaders.
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The last 20 years has been marked by the cost of large expenditure items such as university tuition, housing and medical expenses outpacing wages.

Inspired by Mark Perry at @AEI

Read the full study at the link in our bio!
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From Jan ‘23 to Jan ‘24, Denver’s inflation rate was 3.5% while the average U.S. city’s was 3.1%

Read the full report here via the link in our bio!
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NEW PODCAST: Dive into the Diagnosis of Colorado`s Healthcare Industry on the latest #CommonSenseDigest podcast

Join our host Earl Wright and guest Dr. Reggie Washington, CSI Health & Wellness Fellow, as they explore the issue of #colorado #healthcare industry.

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We are excited to announce the promotion of Brielle Mueller to the Director of External Affairs & Membership! ...

Happy Work Anniversary to our very own Dr. Steven Byers, our Senior Economist!

2 years and counting, we are very grateful for everything you do, Steven.
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The class of 2022 graduates from Colorado`s post-secondary education institutions are about 56% better aligned with future workforce needs than the 2021 supply (which includes earlier cohorts).

Read the full study here: https://bit.ly/3SZOMNW
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CSI’S MISSION

CSI’s mission is to examine the fiscal impacts of policies, initiatives, and proposed laws so that Coloradans are educated and informed on issues impacting their lives. Common Sense Institute was founded in 2010 originally as Common Sense Policy Roundtable. CSI’s founders were a concerned group of business and community leaders who observed that divisive partisanship was overwhelming policymaking and believed that sound economic analysis could help Coloradans make fact-based and common sense decisions.