Highlights and News

Mar 11, 2015

Let's help Colorado workers save for a secure retirement

Please join us in supporting the Retirement Security Task Force legislation (House Bill 15-1235). For decades, Americans have built their retirement with traditional pensions, Social Security and personal savings, but now more than half of American workers do not have any type of employer-sponsored retirement plan or personal investment plan.

This situation is even more pronounced in Colorado. Consider these facts:

Mar 9, 2015

39% of Coloradans lack savings to weather emergency

Colorado families continue to feel the stress of financial insecurity. For some Coloradans, the Great Recession appears to be in the rear-view mirror, but many residents are still struggling with the anxiety and instability left behind. Two recent reports shine a light on the dangerously low levels of families' liquid assets across the country.

Mar 9, 2015

Mid-session report: We're making progress on priorities

Colorado's legislative session reached the halfway point over the weekend, and we are making progress on our top priorities:

Mar 6, 2015

Let us paint a picture of one option for retirement security

Retirement graphic

One of the Bell's top priorities this year is to make it easier for Coloradans to save for retirement.

Feb 20, 2015

Bell: 'No' on second effort to harm Jobs/Civil Rights Act

Rich Jones, the Bell's director of policy and research, on Thursday urged members of the House Judiciary Committee to reject an effort to remove punitive damages as a remedy for workplace discrimination under the Jobs Protection and Civil Rights Enforcement Act of 2013.

The Bell strongly advocated for passage of the law in 2013, and it went into effect only weeks ago – at the start of this year. Proponents of this session's House Bill 15-1172 expressed concern that the possibility of punitive damages could harm businesses.

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