Dec 17, 2021 | 2021 Podcasts, Podcast On this episode of Common Sense Digest, Host and Chairman Earl Wright is joined by CSI Criminal Justice Fellows and report co-authors, Mitch Morrisey and George Brauchler to discuss what policy decisions led to Colorado leading the nation in many forms of crime, dig into the details of how crime in Colorado actually functions, and offer recommendations for turning the tide.
Dec 17, 2021 | 2021 Podcasts, PodcastThis episode captures the full audio from the event and features remarks from Chairman Earl Wright, President & CEO Kristin Strohm, Vice President of Policy & Research Chris Brown, and the panel discussion that follows.
Dec 10, 2021 | 2021 Podcasts, PodcastOn this episode of Common Sense Digest two of the leading authors and producers of the University of Colorado’s annual Business Economic Outlook report, Brian Lewandowski and Dr. Rich Wobbekind join Chairman and Host Earl Wright to discuss the report’s publication, its findings, and its intent to “provide…professionals across nearly every industry in the state with a forecast of Colorado’s economy by sector.”
Nov 19, 2021 | 2021 Podcasts, PodcastOn this edition of Common Sense Digest, we are joined by Patty Silverstein, Chief Economist at Development Research Partners and Chris Brown, Vice President of Policy and Research with Common Sense Institute. Patty dives into her extensive research on the topic and discusses the impact of federal relief money given to individuals, businesses, and governments on the recovery, which segments of the economy are most challenged (and which ones are thriving), and what’s ahead.
Oct 21, 2021 | 2021 Podcasts, Podcast On this episode of Common Sense Digest, Host and Chairman of Common Sense Institute Earl Wright welcomes Michael Johnston and Doug Robinson to discuss Proposition 119, the measure’s origin, its need, and how it would function.
Oct 7, 2021 | 2021 Podcasts, PodcastOn this November’s Colorado ballot, voters will decide the fate of Proposition 120: “Property Tax Assessment Rate Reduction.” Proposition 120 proposes to permanently reduce the statewide property tax assessment rate for several classes of property.