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DBJ: Colorado chamber makes hire in response to ‘burdensome’ regulatory climate

The Colorado Chamber of Commerce has hired a 25-year veteran of regulatory policy and advocacy to help the organization push back against state efforts it says are hurting Colorado’s businesses.

Christy Woodward will serve as the chamber’s regulatory affairs adviser in “a direct response to growing concerns about Colorado’s burdensome regulatory climate,” according to a chamber news release.

At the chamber, Woodward will act as the business organization’s expert on regulatory issues and will aim to create “a stable regulatory environment for businesses,” the chamber’s announcement said.

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