Government

Taxpayers spending millions on homeless arrests

Last Updated by Lori Jane Gliha on

During a recent span of five years, taxpayers spent nearly half a million dollars on jail and court costs on Denver’s ten most arrested people, all of whom were homeless or transient.

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Rental costs outpace housing voucher payments available to low-income families

Posted by RMPBS News Staff on

Rents rose 6.2 percent in Colorado between February 2015 and March 2016, more than triple the national average.

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Chalkbeat: Will Republicans push for change in Colorado schools?

Last Updated by Chalkbeat, Nicholas Garcia on

With Trump win, debates among Colorado lawmakers about state testing, accountability and other issues could flare up again after a quiet 2016 session for education policy.

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Colorado immigrants and advocates anxiously await clarity, impact of new policy

Last Updated by RMPBS News Staff, Cynthia Hessin on

An estimated 4.9 percent of Colorado's workforce may be undocumented. "Now they're buying their cars, getting their credit cards. They're buying their houses, creating their own businesses."

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Family farms are weighing policy differences between Clinton, Trump

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Harvest Public Media reporters attempt answer your questions about the 2016 presidential election.

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ACLU files racial profiling suit in Colorado Springs traffic stop

Last Updated by Alexa Corcoran on

Two black men who were pulled from a vehicle at gunpoint during a traffic stop in 2015 are suing the city and three Colorado Springs police officers on grounds of racial profiling.

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Colorado Votes 2016: What's on the Ballot

Last Updated by Alexa Corcoran on

Get insights and information about ballot measures facing Colorado voters this year with RMPBS News Anchor John Ferrugia.

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Election 2016

Election 2016

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