Here in Colorado, the IRA has already spurred $1.76 billion in clean energy investments and has helped create over 3,500 good-paying clean energy jobs in the state, as of July 2023.
Here in Colorado the price of gas per gallon has fallen to $3.824, a nearly 2 cent per gallon decrease compared to one week ago, and a 90 cent per gallon decrease from one year ago.
Here in Colorado, home prices decreased by 4.1 percent compared to last year, with a median selling price of $580,900.
As of June 15, the average price of gas per gallon in the United States is $3.589, a 5 cent increase from one month ago.
Housing affordability has become a top priority for Colorado lawmakers and voters, and a new report from an organization with nearly four decades of experience in the sector makes a case for how new federal and state resources should be prioritized.
As Colorado faces mounting challenges associated with a changing climate – record-breaking wildfires, extreme drought and dwindling water supplies, the loss of habitat for native plants and animals – a new roadmap aims to help secure the state’s most critical natural resources by doubling the footprint of conserved lands over the next ten years.
Per the new report, in the West, business applications increased 8.0 percent between January and February, from about 93,693 to 101,841 applications.
Colorado is one of just four states where more than 60% of adults aged 25-64 have achieved a professional certificate or degree beyond high school, according to a new Lumina Foundation report.
Leaders of the two federally-recognized Native American tribes within Colorado’s borders used part of their first annual address to the state’s General Assembly to brief lawmakers on the long history of their relations with other governments — beginning with a treaty with the Spanish more than a century before the United States existed.
Luckily, the state is not suffering from top-shelf prices like in Hawaii, which sits at $5.28 dollars per gallon as of the time of this writing.