Earlier this month, The Denver Post reported that the metro Denver area is now the eighth least affordable city nationwide. We feel this every day as the cost of daily necessities rises, and it becomes more and more difficult to live and thrive in our city. Policymakers must act swiftly and boldly to meet the needs of our community.
The Keep Coloradans Housed Bill will help Colorado families stay in stable homes. Under consideration by the Colorado Senate, it will protect working families from bad actor landlords who charge excessive late fees and move to illegally evict struggling tenants.
“I just want to start off this training by saying that this is not the world that I want,” said Jason Legg. “The rules and laws I’m going to talk about are how the world is right now.”
Colorado’s middle class is rapidly shrinking, according to a new report that raises concerns about growing income inequality in the state.