As lawmakers prepare to head back to the Gold Dome for a special session to deal with property tax relief on Friday, business leaders worry that a bipartisan deal is unlikely, despite Gov. Jared Polis’ request last week for a solution both sides could agree on.
Loren Furman, president of the Colorado Chamber of Commerce, said this week that she hopes lawmakers come up with a deal and that they do so before Friday.
“You have a much stronger position if you come to a deal” beforehand, she said. “Both sides should come together, find the path they want to go down and then proceed with the special session.”
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