In the News: Colorado Chamber Press Roundup

Fox 31: Polis’ wage theft veto garners industry support, workers’ dismay
Earlier in May, Gov. Jared Polis vetoed a measure billed as a way to prevent wage theft in the construction industry, and groups associated with construction work have applauded the move.
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Gazette: An eighth-grader gives us a glimpse of a brighter politics ahead
I saw the best speech of the 2024 election season so far last week, and it was given by a pint-sized eighth-grader from a tiny school in Buena Vista.
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Axios: Colorado progressive lawmakers targeted by party, big money
Two progressive state lawmakers from Denver with pro-Palestinian stances are being targeted for defeat by Democratic Party leaders and big-moneyed interests.
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Colorado Biz: 3 Strategies for Colorado Business Owners to Retain Talent Cost-Effectively
Colorado’s small business landscape is competitive. According to the Colorado Chamber of Commerce, there are over 691,000 businesses in the state.
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Colorado Politics: Competitive primary races in Colorado House and Senate races see hot fundraising
The latest campaign finance reports filed with the Secretary of State show hot fundraising for several primary races for the state House and Senate.
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