By Kyle Harris

Colorado’s gap in pay between men and women is wide, according to a report released last week by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research.

“There are some signs of progress for women in Colorado” said the organization’s Executive Director and Vice President Barbara Gault in a statement. “But large racial and ethnic disparities persist across nearly all measures, and we’ve seen declines in women’s earnings and labor force participation, along with increasing female poverty. The state needs focused efforts to pick up the pace of change in these areas.”

See the five troubling facts from the report at >>