In the News: Colorado Chamber Press Roundup

CBS News: Gov. Jared Polis makes bleak observation about the state of housing in Colorado in his State of the State
Based on a survey by the Colorado Chamber, businesses’ second biggest impediment to expanding is a lack of skilled workers.
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DBJ: Unfinished Business: Business leaders are waiting to see how lawmakers will work to tackle some of Colorado’s biggest problems
Furman was appointed to the 19-member special property tax commission created by the legislature during its special session. The group is studying and compiling options for a new property tax structure that will provide a long-term solution to rising property taxes in a way that helps Coloradans but doesn’t hurt local governments.
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Denver 7: Colorado lawmakers to begin new legislative session Wednesday
“What we’re going to be looking at are policies that boost Colorado’s economy and competitiveness,” said Meghan Dollar, senior vice president of governmental affairs and political operations at the Colorado Chamber of Commerce.
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Colorado Politics: What’s Your Agenda?
The Colorado Chamber of Commerce is a Denver-based private non-profit business association. Established in 1965, its mission is to improve the business climate for organizations of all sizes across the state.
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CSR: Minority Leader Paul Lundeen’s 2024 Opening Day Remarks
The plight of our small businesses cannot be overlooked either. They are straining under the weight of regulations and burdens imposed upon them by this legislature. A recent survey by the Colorado Chamber of Commerce reveals that the cost of living and the lack of affordable housing are the two biggest barriers to recruiting and retaining workforce talent.
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Denver 7: Upcoming 2024 Legislative Session
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