Colorado grants $27 million to support career training, literacy programs, Indigenous curriculum
A sliver of federal coronavirus relief money for schools is moved on to programs in 19 districts hit especially hard by the pandemic
Colorado Republicans buck Trump as House approves the president’s call for $2,000 relief checks
The House also overrode Trump's veto of the National Defense Authorization Act on Monday night. Colorado's U.S. Rep. Ken Buck was the only member of the state's House delegation to side with the president and vote to block the override.
Unemployed Coloradans won’t see federal jobless aid for weeks despite Trump signing coronavirus relief bill
The lag is due to potential changes in guidelines by the U.S. Department of Labor and the need to reprogram Colorado’s unemployment computer system
President Trump signs massive measure funding government, coronavirus relief
Democrats are promising more aid to come once President-elect Joe Biden takes office, but Republicans are signaling a wait-and-see approach
“If we close, you can’t go to work”: Colorado child care centers poised for a big infusion of state money
More women than men have left the workforce and not returned since the pandemic. Lack, or fear, of child care is to blame.
Colorado’s special legislative session on coronavirus relief set to begin Nov. 30
The special session will come only about a month before state lawmakers were set to convene on Jan. 13 for their normal legislative term.