The latest Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) jobs and labor force data shows that, while the state has made significant progress from the April 2020 low points, achieving full recovery will take significantly more time.
Common Sense Institute analyzes both the federal and Colorado state governments relief bills in response to the economic impacts associated with COVID-19, and provide recommendations for ways to set up Colorado for long-term growth.
The current education funding system is laden with problems and inefficiencies that hinder schools from functioning at their highest levels. Increasing revenues without addressing the severe flaws in how the state allocates those revenues, as HB21-1164 does, is a missed opportunity to improve student outcomes.
The latest Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) jobs and labor force data shows the path to recovery remains quite volatile and there is still a long way to climb to reach pre-pandemic Colorado employment levels.
To help inform health care policy discussions at the legislature, the Common Sense Institute reviewed recent trends in Affordable Care Act insurance premiums across Colorado and Washington State, which passed public option legislation in 2019.
The Common Sense Institute analyzes Colorado’s competitiveness and the challenges for Colorado’s economic recovery under more than $1.8 Billion in new regulations, taxes and fees past last several years.
The Common Sense Institute analyzes the late February 2021 commercial building owners survey and provide suggestions on several costs to study further to better understand the impacts of forced electrification.
In partnership with Executives Partnering to Invest in Children (EPIC), CSI outlines the disproportionate and negative impacts on women in the workforce due to COVID-19, or also known as the “She-Cession,” and outlines next steps in order to get women back to work.