Minimum Wage

No single person, let alone family, can survive on the current $300 a week that Colorado's minimum wage provides. Workers should not have to work two or three part time jobs to make ends meet. Dan Pabon supports raising the minimum wage to a living wage, and helping families survive and thrive in their communities. 

Gun Safety 

We must make sure our communities and families are safe from gun violence. Dan Pabon will work to keep guns out of the hands of violent, repeat offenders, close the loopholes on straw purchasing and background checks, and stop the spread of illegal, dangerous firearms. 

Economy and Jobs

Maintaining and growing a strong economy for Colorado is one of Dan Pabon's areas of focus in the Capitol. He has supported and lead initiatives, like, to expand job training and give opportunities for people to learn new skills to join or rejoin the workforce.  

Affordable Housing

Our families should be able to live in their communities, but sky-rocketing housing prices are making many areas of Colorado, and Denver in particular, inaccessible. Dan Pabon will work with stakeholders throughout the state to add more revenue to building more affordable housing. 

Equal Pay

In 2016, there is no excuse for women to make less than men for the same work. Dan Pabon worked to pass the Colorado Pay Equity Commission to help close the pay disparity for women and people of color in Colorado. He will continue to fight for equal pay until everyone has the same opportunities to succeed. 

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  • Patty Mattos
    commented 2018-06-28 14:30:13 -0600
    Your content is very good #thanks
  • Wally Fitzsimons
    commented 2018-04-20 12:54:34 -0600
    It’s a disgusting waste of time that you (among others) would even considering naming something (other than a sewer) after a lying, cowardly excuse for a President such as Obama. He’s public disgrace and you’re attachment to his apron strings is appalling. I dare you to open a PUBLIC discussion about this joke of an idea before you print any signs.