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Denver Gazette: Metro Moves: Colorado business chamber expands team to address regulatory pressures

The Colorado Chamber of Commerce added a new regulatory affairs advisor as it seeks to help companies struggling with the state’s requirements to operate.

The chamber hired Christy Woodward, who worked more than 25 years in civil and environmental engineering design and project management and was a senior director of regulatory affairs with the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, according to a news release. She also worked in environmental consulting and with the mining industry.

The hiring is a part of the chamber’s 10-year plan amid concerns Colorado’s regulatory environment is “burdensome,” the organization said. The new role will help add expertise on navigating the state’s regulations.

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