The Colorado Chamber of Commerce Monday released its review of the 2023 legislative session, and while they raised concerns about the deterioration of Colorado’s economic competitiveness, “the number of bills that made their way to Gov. Jared Polis’ desk that significantly bother business leaders were surprisingly few.”
“We are seeing a direct correlation of the deterioration of Colorado’s economic competitiveness based on laws and regulations that continue to be adopted by state leaders and the competitiveness data and surveys we’ve conducted,” Colorado Chamber President and CEO Loren Furman said. “The outcome of this legislative session required a great deal of work and collaboration to ensure that Colorado’s business climate did not further deteriorate.”
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