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Colorado Business Leaders Cheer Defeat of Ballot Issues

“The election results certainly changed the split control between the House and Senate, which often forced the caucuses to work through their differences and ended with sound public policy,” Colorado Chamber’s Loren Furman said.

“Regardless of the political outcome, it doesn’t change how we represent the interests of our members and employers across the state. We’ll continue to do our work in advocating for those that drive our economy, but we also don’t just say “no” to new state policy proposals. I’m confident we can find reasonable solutions as we’ve done time and time again and avoid alienating those that create thousands of jobs across the state.”  Read the complete article by Dan Njegomir at