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Colorado’s Declining Condo Construction Contributing to Housing Shortage
Condominium construction in Colorado plummeted after the 2008 financial crisis, contributing to the current shortage of affordable housing, according to a new study.
Colorado Tax Collections Lead to 62% Increase for TABOR Refunds
Colorado's projected amount of money calculated for Taxpayer's Bill of Rights refunds increased 62% in the latest state economic outlook report released on Wednesday.
Colorado Trying to Boost EVs Tenfold by 2030 with Rebates + Credits
By handing out thousands in rebates and credits, the state of Colorado has an ambitious plan to get more electric vehicles on the road.
Colorado Renters Will be ‘Biggest Losers’ if Prop HH Passes
Coloradans who rent their homes won’t realize any savings if a November ballot initiative passes as they will lose money through a reduction in tax refunds.
Decision Would Allow Colorado’s Wolf Reintroduction Plan
The federal government is moving a step closer to allowing Colorado's voter-approved plan to reintroduce gray wolves by the end-of-the-year statutory deadline.
Colorado Utility Projects Natural Gas Bills Decline 35% Compared to Last Fall
Colorado consumers can anticipate lower heating bills during fall and early winter due to lower prices of wholesale natural gas, according to a filing from Xcel Energy.
Colorado to Phase out Gas-Powered Lawn Equipment for State Agencies
Colorado’s state agencies will soon no longer be allowed to use gas-powered equipment for lawn and garden tasks at state facilities located in certain areas.
Colorado School of Mines Determines US Sits on Century’s of Gas Supply
A recent analysis determined the United States Sits on a century's worth of gas supply, but industry experts warn there aren't enough pipelines to access it.
Colorado City Plans to Spend Half of $48.6M Homeless Budget on Hotels
Denver's mayor’s administration plans on spending half of $48.6 million budgeted for homeless on purchasing and operating a former hotel.
Colorado Representatives Demand Rocky Mountain Airport Adopt Better Noise Control
Two members of Congress from Colorado are continuing to press the Federal Aviation Administration and the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport about ongoing noise problems.