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Group Aims To Give Renters Protection In Tight Housing MarketThe City of Denver approved a $150 million fund for affordable housing programs but one group said that's not enough to help in the housing crunch.
Denver City Council Approves Affordable Housing FundsMillions of dollars will be available to help with Denver's affordable housing problem after the city council approved the first affordable housing fund.
City Leaders Debate Affordable Housing CrisisDenver City Council members debated how to solve the affordable housing crisis on Monday.
Mayor's Budget Includes Money For Road Repair, Bike LanesDenver Mayor Michael Hancock's budget includes money for affordable housing, road repair and bike lanes.
More Affordable Housing Opens To RentersDenver city leaders will celebrate the grand opening of a new affordable housing project on Wednesday.
Summit County Voters To Weigh In On Workforce Housing FundVoters in one resort community will be asked to pay for more affordable workforce housing through an increase to sales tax.
Habitat For Humanity Breaks Ground On New Affordable Housing NeighborhoodWhat currently looks like just a mound of dirt is in fact very significant for many families in the Denver metro area.
Homebuilders Balk At Fees For Affordable HousingAs part of a plan to raise millions of dollars for affordable housing in Denver, home builders would be charged a fee, which they say just adds to the cost of a home.
Crews Break Ground On Affordable Housing In StapletonCrews broke ground on 165 affordable housing units in Stapleton on Monday.
Low-Income Renters Struggle To Stay In DenverThe U.S. Census Bureau reports that 1,000 new households move to Denver every month. That influx of people is pushing up rent rates and displacing lower income workers who can no longer afford to live in the city.
Divided Colorado Legislature Wraps Year Of Scant AgreementA divided legislature in an election year was a recipe for Colorado lawmakers to fall short on the state's most urgent priorities.
Session Ending: Big Ticket Issues Fall Apart, But Grocery Beer Bill Still AliveCompromises on many big issues are falling apart as the legislature heads into its final hours, and the decisions will soon fall on the voters in November.

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