proposition 109 college tuition

In a Recession, Prop 109 Leads to Higher College Tuition

When an inevitable downturn hits and state revenues head south, legislators will have to find funds to balance Colorado's budget. They'll likely turn to a familiar source — college students and their families.

aging adults & grandchildren

Aging: What Nobody’s Talking About This Election

The outcome of November's election will shape how our state and local communities support our older adults and all those who both care for and rely upon them for many years to come.

Wealth & Income Inequality Colorado Briefed by the Bell

Briefed by the Bell — Wealth & Income Inequality

Did you know the top 1 percent takes in 16.6 percent of all income in Colorado? Find out what we can do to address rising inequality in Colorado.

Colorado Voters

7 Things Colorado Voters Should Know This Year

Colorado voters have some big decisions to make, but don't worry! Keep these seven things in mind as you're filling out your 2018 ballot.

colorado older adults

Colorado’s Commitment to Older Adults

A new state-supported initiative offers an important tool to spur local innovation and mobilize resources to create livable communities for Coloradans of all ages.

Fix Our Damn Roads is a dead end

‘Fix Our Damn Roads’ Will Crush Our Damn Budget 

No matter how clever its name may be, "Fix Our Damn Roads" only threatens to blow up our economic position and put our state in a fiscal hole. 

Biden Challenge

The Bell Presents at the Biden Challenge

When opening the conference, Vice President Biden said, “We urgently need to address the lack of growth in the middle class.”

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