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Ban on rent control in Colorado could end

Rent control could be coming to Colorado. Half of House Democrats have signaled support for a bill that would end a statewide ban on rent control, according to The Denver Post. While the bill doesn’t establish rent control, it would allow local governments to enact rent-regulating measures. The bill comes as rents skyrocket, and essential workers can no longer afford to live in the communities where they work. If the bill passes, lawmakers will likely need a veto-proof majority for it to become law. Governor Jared Polis remains skeptical of rent control. For the full story, go to

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