The Colorado Chamber today launched Colorado Workers for a Better Business Climate, a project for working Coloradans who recognize that a healthy state business climate benefits everyone.
The project will keep working Coloradans informed about state policies impacting the business community, from legislation to issues at the ballot box. A key focus of the project this year is Proposition 118, which would impose a $1.3 billion payroll tax on all working Coloradans in order to fund a new social insurance program.
The project will also focus on issues related to the COVID-19 economic recovery. Now more than ever, it’s critical for lawmakers and decision-makers to understand that when businesses thrive, so do working Coloradans, and so does our state. Colorado Workers for a Better Business Climate will call on state leaders to promote business-friendly policies and fight proposals that make it harder to work and do business here.
Colorado Workers for a Better Business Climate is comprised of Coloradans who work, play, and raise their families here and want to keep it that way. Learn more about the project by visiting www.cochamber.com/workers.