Gov. Hickenlooper, Lawmakers Propose State Worker Pay Raise
DENVER- It's been four years since the last time State of Colorado employees have gotten a raise, after many were forced to take pay cuts during the economic recession.
However, Governor Hickenlooper and State lawmakers are proposing a pay raise for state employees.
Under Hickenlooper's plan, state employees would receive a 1.5% pay raise with the potential for similar merit raise.
The Denver Post reports, other lawmakers have proposed a 2% pay raise.