Foster care youth aging out of the foster care system in Colorado face a multitude of challenges. This report attempts to derive the individual and social costs borne by a cohort of Colorado’s foster youth.
Colorado’s private sector lost 600 jobs in September, while government employment added 2,100 jobs.
Proposition HH would alter major provisions of TABOR, by both increasing the state’s annual spending limit, and by removing the need for voter approval to make it permanent.
Unlike men, women’s labor force participation rate has surpassed pre-pandemic levels. However, the same problems with childcare, household responsibility inequities, and a Motherhood Penalty persist.
Colorado’s total private employment increased by 9,100 jobs in the month of August after gaining only 100 jobs in July.
Since 2019, the state legislature has passed at least 43 bills that create, expand, and/or modify civil causes of action.