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Colorado Poverty Rate Down, Median Income Up

Colorado’s poverty rate dropped slightly last year and median income rose, according to annual poverty figures released Thursday by the Census Bureau.


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Oil Boom Fuels Drop In Age In Great Plains States

The United States’ population is still getting older, but that’s changing in the Great Plains because of the attraction of working in the booming oil and gas industries.


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More People Are Moving To Colorado

The Census Bureau says Colorado saw about 31,000 newcomers last year. That’s the fifth highest rate in the nation for people moving into a state.


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Hispanic Population May Impact New Colorado Districts

Colorado’s growing Hispanic population might influence how new state legislative districts are drawn this year, but whether that leads to districts dominated by Latinos is an open question.


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El Paso County Passes Denver As Largest In Colorado

Hispanics of any race now account for one-fifth of the state’s population, and El Paso County has surpassed Denver as Colorado’s most populous county, the Census Bureau said Wednesday.


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