As the 2024 session approaches, Colorado’s job creators have been pleading once again with the Legislature to back off the state’s economy.
The appeals have been polite, almost gentle, because the business community has to tread lightly. It knows it has fairly few true friends among the deep-blue Democrats who control the House and Senate.
Last week, it was the Colorado Chamber of Commerce calling for legislative restraint.
“Colorado is one of the most desirable places to live in the country, but our competitive advantage is slipping,” chamber President and CEO Loren Furman said upon the release of the chamber’s legislative priorities for the coming session.
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