This chart displays 16 years of changes in wages, inflation and the prices of consumer goods and services in Colorado since the beginning of the 21st century.
In 2020, we celebrated CSI’s 10-year anniversary and many achievements but the year also marked one of the organization’s biggest challenges.
As a result of a sudden spike in unemployment insurance claims, Colorado’s Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund quickly depleted and fell into a debt financed by loans from the U.S. Treasury.
The impacts of COVID-19 have disproportionately impacted some parts of our economy more than others.
At the November 2020 election, Colorado voters approved Amendment B, a constitutional ballot measure which repealed a key formula that has controlled the state’s property tax system for almost 40 years.
If you live in Denver, your sales taxes are set to increase on January 1st. $40,000,000 will be to fund yet to be identified projects to address climate change and emission reductions.