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Unlike Anything Else

Dahlia Campus gives one Denver community the two-generation approach it needs to promote mental and physical health for its residents.

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Will Self-Driving Cars Kill Colorado Jobs?

As more automated vehicles hit the road, what does this mean for those who drive for a living? 

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Beware the Big-Number Boogeyman

Too often, Colorado’s most extreme conservatives use these oversimplified statements as if they are some kind of thunderclap in the raging debate over our state’s finances. It's a particular line of attack I call the “Big-Number Boogeyman” argument. 

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Beyond Statistics: How Inequity Holds Colorado Back

Inequity affects health care in ways beyond what statistics and data can show. Poor health outcomes, medical debt, insurance coverage, and so much more.

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Colorado Women & Their Families Deserve Equal Pay

If current trends continue, women in Colorado will not see equal pay until the year 2057.