Colorado business leaders are reporting eye-opening levels of concern regarding state regulations — a worry that could factor into their votes, particularly for the gubernatorial race and legislative seats, as the Nov. 8 election approaches.
“I want our state leaders to hear this. And I want them to address this going forward … through legislation and slowing down regulations,” Furman said, noting that the chamber undertook such a survey for the first time because it wanted hard numbers on what worried business. “It’s pretty clear that our members are saying the cost of doing business is getting more prohibitive. And we are seeing businesses who could be leaving the state for a more friendly business atmosphere.”
Read the complete article by Ed Sealover in the Denver Business Journal.