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Lessons learned at the Colorado Progressive Media Training Day

By Collin Lessing, JVA Consulting On May 21, I had the opportunity to attend the Colorado Progressive Media Training Day, which was made possible through the Gay and Lesbian Fund of Colorado, Colorado C3 Roundtable, and ProgressNow Colorado Education. The … Continue reading

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Forget your wallet, lose your car!

A guest post by Amber Tafoya, who is an attorney and a candidate for State Representative, District 4 Dear Friends, It’s true. If Initiative 300 in Denver passes, and you forget your wallet and get pulled over, police officers will … Continue reading

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Colorado’s child poverty growth leads nation

The number of Colorado children living in poverty increased by more than 88,000, or 85 percent, between 2000 and 2007, according to a new report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. According to a Denver Post article, this makes Colorado … Continue reading

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Boomers staying in workforce longer, looking for retirement alternatives

According to a recent Denver Post article, the workplace will be forced to adapt as baby boomers approach retirement. Both the bad economy and the fact that they are living longer than previous generations has led to boomers staying in … Continue reading

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First-time online donors hard to keep

People who make online donations often do not make additional gifts to nonprofits, according to an article in The Denver Post. A study by Target Analytics, a unit of Blackbaud, Inc., surveyed 24 nonprofits and found that of those online … Continue reading

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Big increase in homeless families in Colorado

Across Colorado, the number of homeless families has increased 19 percent in the last four months, according to a recent article in The Denver Post. The Colorado Department of Education reports a 200 percent increase in calls from families looking … Continue reading

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