The new $15.69/hr wage only applies to unincorporated Boulder County. Commissioners hope the rest of the county will join them in 2025. Plus: Three Front Range population declines, time to vote and more!
State Demographer Elizabeth Garner talks about migration and answers questions leftover from SunFest. Plus: Affordable housing experiments, Kaiser strike updates, more!
The state’s population is still growing, but slower. Plus: Job openings decline, Kaiser health workers announce strike, and more.
It’s legal to ask job applicants their age, high school graduation date or birth date. Senate Bill 58 would put an end to answering those awkward questions.
The annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook presentation points to some bright spots in what’s expected to be a challenging year for some industries.
The state’s population grew just 0.5% last year, the slowest since 2011. Plus: Twitter job cuts, interest rates and more.
By most accounts, the housing market in Colorado mountain communities has never been tighter. People have flocked to mountain towns during coronavirus, even as many resorts shut down. Seasonal workers are being forced to move to different communities because they can’t afford rent, causing labor shortages for local businesses. And yet, several high country communities […]
Colorado’s 2021 redistricting of congressional and legislative districts is well underway even in the face of unusual obstacles. Preliminary staff-drawn maps of congressional districts were released last week by Colorado’s Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission, and initial state Senate and House district maps drawn by the Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission’s non-partisan staff will be issued Tuesday. […]
The U.S. Census Bureau stopped collecting online responses to this year’s census at 11:59 p.m. Hawaii Time Thursday. Mail-in responses must be postmarked no later than Thursday, Oct. 15 and received no later than Oct. 22 to count. The bureau announced the adjusted timeline soon after an unsigned Supreme Court brief released Tuesday overrode a […]
The last day for Coloradans to respond to the 2020 census, the decennial poll of everyone living in the U.S. that determines how billions of dollars are spent across the country, is fast approaching. As of Thursday, more than 96% of the state’s households have been counted, with almost 70% responding on their own. That’s […]