Most Americans have felt the costs of inflation in recent years. High gas prices and the cost of food have piled upon skyrocketing housing costs and healthcare bills.
While inflation has impacted the entire country, it has hit Colorado and in particular, low-income Coloradans, especially hard. A new report from the Bell Policy Center looks at how the weaker dollar is affecting different demographics across the state.
On today’s A Public Affair, News Director Shannon Young spoke with report co-author Todd Ely from the University of Colorado-Denver’s School of Public Affairs and Scott Wasserman, president of The Bell Policy Center.