In the News: Colorado Chamber Press Roundup

Axios Denver: Property tax relief battle in Colorado moves to the ballot
The ink is barely dry on the much-hyped Democratic property tax relief package, but a campaign is underway to discredit the legislation and push forward with competing ballot measures.
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The Center Square: Colorado lawmakers conclude 2024 session, say they ‘delivered’ on key issues
Colorado lawmakers adjourned the 2024 regular session on Wednesday, but not before striking some major bipartisan deals in the final weeks of the session.
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Colorado Sun: What’s Working: New Colorado laws that address the financial burden of growing older
When the Colorado legislative session began in January, Peter Kaldes counted up nearly 50 bills related to aging.
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Colorado Real Estate Journal: Colorado Chamber of Commerce moves office 1 block south
The Colorado Chamber of Commerce will relocate to a new office building in June.
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Denver Post: Suthers and Weiser: Could a Civics Bee help save the republic and the Colorado Way?
The strength of our democracy depends on people engaging in robust, respectful disagreement.
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