Kristin and Andrés Romero are managers at the Poor Richard’s complex downtown. The co-owner of the complex, Richard Skorman, is an advocate for raising the state’s minimum wage.
Kristin and Andrés Romero are managers at the Poor Richard’s complex downtown. The co-owner of the complex, Richard Skorman, is an advocate for raising the state’s minimum wage.

Amendment 70 proponents say the state’s minimum wage should be a living wage, while opponents say the market — not legislation — should decide. The ballot question proposes amending the Colorado Constitution to increase the state minimum wage from $8.31 to $9.30 per hour beginning Jan. 1 and then increase the wage annually by $0.90 […]

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