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Colorado Selects Company to Administer Unemployment Benefits for Undocumented Workers

Colorado’s Office of New Americans selected a Denver-based company this week to administer its upcoming wage replacement program for unemployed undocumented workers, putting the state on track to be the first in the country to have an unemployment fund that serves undocumented immigrants.

Tribal Leaders Stress Education, Water Issues in First-of-its-Kind Address to Colorado Lawmakers

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.

Colorado Grocery Workers Oppose Proposed Kroger-Albertsons Merger Ahead of Senate Hearing

Grocery store workers with the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union on Tuesday voiced their opposition to the proposed merger of supermarket giants Kroger and Albertsons, claiming the merger will harm employees and customers alike ahead of a Senate subcommittee hearing on the proposed $24.6 billion deal.