Colorado Center on Law and Policy
Opinion: Why Colorado’s economy shouldn’t just return to “normal” after COVID-19
Six months after eviction, a Denver woman wonders if she’ll ever have stable housing again
With winter approaching and COVID-19 cases on the rise, renters in arrears and housing advocates are all grateful for the eviction moratoriums, but say it’s far from enough.
“We have nowhere to go”: Hundreds of thousands of Coloradans at risk of eviction
For one Aurora family, eviction could come as soon as this week. The case against them was filed before Gov. Jared Polis’ executive order pausing evictions went into effect.
At nearly every turn in Denver, protesters confront a reason to march
The marches open a window to institutional racism and the specific ways it has shaped the city
Coloradans in the U.S. illegally — and their citizen families — were denied coronavirus aid. Will the state step in?
Democratic lawmakers and advocates want to follow California’s lead and offer assistance regardless of citizenship status
Opinion: Colorado’s Basic Cash Assistance families need a boost out of poverty
To pay for housing and roads, Colorado lawmakers turned to an unusual source: the public’s “lost and found”
Colorado State Treasurer Dave Young, a former legislative budget writer, warns about using reserve accounts and putting budget “at risk”
It’s the Year of the Renter at the Colorado statehouse, from rent control to less stringent eviction timelines
Several bills are on Colorado Democrats’ agenda to fix what tenants call an imbalance of power, while landlords say too much, too fast could worsen housing crisis