paid family leave
Eight states have programs that give workers paid time off. Does that help or hurt Colorado’s chances?
Critics of the ballot measure point to huge government bureaucracies and mandated “taxes” in other states, but supporters say every program is solvent, successful.
Colorado voters may face as many as 11 major questions on November ballot as initiative deadline arrivesBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado workers must be offered paid sick leave starting next year. Here’s what that means for you.By Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado lawmakers focus on essential workers amid coronavirus, push to make paid sick leave a right for allBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
The latest state-level campaign finance reports show Democratic candidates and super PACs lead GOP rivals in legislative contests
Health-related industries top Colorado lobbying spending so far, and it’s only expected to intensify
The coronavirus legislative hiatus changes the landscape and may shorten the session, but lobbying may still set record
Democratic lawmakers, who’ve failed for years to pass paid time off for illness and new babies, are calling it quits again in 2020. Instead, they’re throwing their weight behind a potential measure on the November ballot.