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binoculars-954021_1280 President Trump released his full budget plan yesterday, which slashes nutrition, health care and other important assistance programs that help millions meet a basic living standard.
Colorado Capitol 3 This session marked a profound victory for the philosophy that public investments build thriving communities and that revenue is a necessary component of that.
binoculars-954021_1280 With the American Healthcare Act passing in the House yesterday, we wanted to take a quick moment to thank you all for your hard work and efforts to defeat this bill. Although we did not get the outcome we wanted, it’s worth taking a moment to acknowledge the true successes we’ve had in postponing this passage in the House for as long as we did.
binoculars-954021_1280 New changes and developments surrounding the AHCA. Please call your members of Congress and urge them to vote no. The new bill is still fatally flawed. Don’t let the promise of increased funds for high risk pools fool you. Coverage is at risk for millions.
Colorado Capitol 3 Bars and Graphs CFI’s End of Session Wrappy Hour  Tuesday, May 23, 2017  Join us as we raise a glass to celebrate the end of the legislative session at our annual Bars and Graphs Legislative Wrappy Hour. You’ll get a brief wrap up of what happened during this year’s session and learn where things stand with the State budget. read more

Recent Reports

Increasing access to driver’s licenses is good for Colorado’s economy

March 31, 2017
Today, the House Appropriations Committee voted on House Bill 17-1206, passing the bill out of committee and to the House floor. This bill will broaden the forms of identification that can be used by undocumented immigrants to acquire a driver’s… read more

CFI Brief: The Pitfalls and Flaws in “Impacts of Increasing Colorado’s Minimum Wage”

September 9, 2016
A new brief from CFI Economist Chris Stiffler analyzes the many flaws in a study that claims increasing the minimum wage in Colorado will result in 90,000 lost jobs.

CFI Report: How ColoradoCare Would Affect Health Care Cost for Latinos and Immigrants

June 1, 2016
In June, CFI conducted an analysis of how health care costs for Latino and immigrant Coloradans would be affected under Amendment 69, also known as ColoradoCare.
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