April 18th, 2014
The percent of Coloradans who said they were “very likely” to try pot brownies if they were at a gathering where they knew the cannabis-laced treats were being served. Meanwhile, 70 percent said they were very unlikely to do so. Source: Quinnipiac University poll, Feb. 10, 2014
CFI Tax Policy Attorney Ali Mickelson got the chance to reach a national audience through an article that appeared on the Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity website this week.
For decades after the Great Depression, wages increased along with productivity. And then something different happened.
Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, tells us a lot about what an economy produces and how much. But what does it tell us about whether most people are better off, economically speaking?
Here are the materials for the 2014 Colorado Fiscal Forum featuring Robert Reich, presented by the Colorado Fiscal Institute.
Fiscal Forum Agenda
Speaker Bios 2014 Fiscal Forum
The Genuine Progress Indicator in Colorado:
GPI Final… read more