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.
Bill Could Set Up Specialty Court For Construction Defect LawsuitsState lawmakers are debating bills on how to find affordable housing in the final days of the legislative session. There are five measures before lawmakers, one could set up a specialty court for construction defect lawsuits.
Funding Cuts Put Housing At Risk For Low-Income FamiliesA major cut in federal funding may soon put more than 100 Denver metro area families out on the streets.
Bill Would Give Renters In Colorado More RightsA bill proposed at the state Capitol would give renters more rights in Colorado.
Colorado Lawmakers Finally Confront State's Housing CrunchProposals to tackle Colorado's skyrocketing housing costs have finally been proposed in the state Legislature. But lawmakers don't have much time to settle on complicated measures to expand affordable housing.
Mountain Towns Slow To Provide Affordable HousingMountain towns are working to keep up with a growing problem in Colorado- lack of affordable housing.
Park Hill Station Adds 150 Units Of Affordable Housing To DenverPark Hill Station development opened on Thursday, adding 150 units of affordable housing to the Denver metro area.
State Lawmakers Tackle Housing CrisisThere are three bills at the state Capitol focusing on the housing crisis in Colorado.
Proposed Teacher Housing Project In Basalt Could Be A 'Game Changer'A groundbreaking idea could lead to a Colorado school district providing the land for Habitat for Humanity to build homes for teachers.
Things Get Heated After Potential Low-Income Renters Line Up Overnight, Turned AwayPeople desperate for affordable housing spent hours and endured traffic jams to apply for new apartments only to be told to go home because the company wasn't prepared to accommodate that many people.

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