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Trump’s order to extend unemployment benefits could cost Colorado $31.1 million a week — money it doesn’t haveBy Tamara Chuang
Littwin: Does Trump know how government works? Here’s a hint: It involves more than issuing executive ordersBy Mike Littwin Opinion
Littwin: Imagine being a GOP senator watching Obama speak at John Lewis’ funeral and then going home to defend Trump
Cory Gardner got his chance to separate himself from Trump on the president’s delay-the-election tweet. But the Trump that Obama skewered is the Trump that Gardner and rest of the GOP Senate embrace.Opinion
Tamara Chuang talks with KUNC's Colorado Edition about her story
Fraud, ID theft in Colorado have shifted during coronavirus. Now is the time to double down on protection.
A flood of federal relief overwhelmed outdated government systems as fraudsters exploited cracks with data likely stolen long ago. But don’t give up on protecting personal data, say security pros.
The state added 100,000 workers to the labor force in June, a recovery of about 37% of jobs lost between February and April. But coronavirus infections are on the rise, and new safety restrictions are being enacted.
Colorado's unemployment rate in June was still below the national rate of 11.1%
Colorado workers must be offered paid sick leave starting next year. Here’s what that means for you.
Senate Bill 205 also will require employers to provide two weeks of paid sick leave to people infected with coronavirus or who must care for a loved one who catches the disease
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is also working to address $17.5 million in overpayments, a depleted Trust Fund and the approaching end of $600 weekly pandemic payments