Many school districts don’t know how they’ll balance teaching and non-teaching payroll obligations in this new bottom-line reality.
CPR News wants to hear your thoughts about the minimum wage measure, Amendment 70. And we've made it easy to reach us.
On the 2016 ballot: Amendment 70 would raise Colorado's minimum wage from its current level of $8.31/hr to $12/hr by 2020.
CPR has been asking what a higher minimum wage mean for the state’s residents and businesses. We heard previously from employers.
Coloradans will vote in November on whether to raise the minimum wage. We asked employers how they'd be affected. We'll have worker' views soon.