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Colorado Politics: ‘Fair scheduling’ bill pits Colorado’s progressive legislators against business interests

A measure expected to be introduced imminently in the state House, backed by some of the General Assembly’s most progressive Democratic lawmakers, would require almost every food and beverage or retail business in the state to pay those employees “predictability pay” when they are sent home and don’t work the scheduled hours.


Loren Furman, president of the Colorado Chamber of Commerce said the bill raises big concerns for her members.

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