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Denver’s Housing Woes; Denver Health’s Medicaid Worries; Grand Junction’s Mayor

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As Denver's population has boomed, its housing stock hasn't. Now some families that were already displaced from the city are being displaced again in the suburbs as they get more expensive. A new study suggests potential solutions for low- and middle-income earners like teachers and retail workers. Then, a quarter of Denverites get their healthcare from Denver Health. The provider says it'll have to cut services if Medicaid funding is slashed. And, we talk with Grand Junction's mayor about the economy and a rash of teen suicides in the area.