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New Report Reveals Prop 118 Could Run Out of Money Almost Immediately

A new report released by the nonpartisan Common Sense Institute (CSI) this week has found that Proposition 118, a ballot measure which would create a paid family and medical leave insurance program in Colorado, would likely require a higher payroll tax than projected to remain solvent. If passed, Prop 118 would impose an initial .9% […]


The Colorado Chamber Launches Colorado Workers for a Better Business Climate

 The Colorado Chamber today launched Colorado Workers for a Better Business Climate, a project for working Coloradans who recognize that a healthy state business climate benefits everyone. The project will keep working Coloradans informed about state policies impacting the business community, from legislation to issues at the ballot box. A key focus of the […]


Colorado Chamber Votes to Oppose Paid Leave Ballot Initiative

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Meyer at cmeyer@cochamber.com. DENVER – The Colorado Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors today voted to oppose Proposition 118. If passed by voters this November, it would create a new $1.3 billion state-run family and medical leave insurance program that would be managed by the Colorado Department of Labor […]


Colorado Chamber Members Recognized as Outstanding Women in Business

The Denver Business Journal has released its 22nd annual special report of Outstanding Women in Business, which included several business leaders with Colorado Chamber member companies. Nominations of these extraordinary women were judged and selected by the Business Journal Editorial Board. Notably, Colorado Chamber Board Member Roberta Robinette with AT&T was named the 2020 winner […]


Colorado Businesses Embracing Working-from-Home, New Survey Shows

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Meyer at cmeyer@cochamber.com. DENVER – The Colorado Chamber of Commerce today released the results of its fourth COVID-19 business impact survey. The survey was conducted between July 27-29, 2020 and focused on companies’ work-from-home policies, financial outlooks, and the federal stimulus. “Colorado employers care deeply about the health and […]


Colorado Chamber Board Votes to Support Initiative 304

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Meyer at cmeyer@cochamber.com. DENVER – The Colorado Chamber of Commerce today announced its support for Ballot Initiative 304, which is currently in the signature collection process for approval by the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office. “All too often when lawmakers or advocacy groups look to create costly new state […]


Colorado Chamber Business Leaders and Work-From-Home Experts Contemplate the Future of Remote Work

The Colorado Chamber of Commerce this week hosted a virtual roundtable discussion with business executives and experts on the future of remote work. The event, titled “Can I Stay Working From Home?”, featured Sara Sutton from FlexJobs and Bhushan Sethi from PwC, and tackled key questions related to home-based work and productivity, office space, hybrid […]


Colorado Chamber Announces Candidate Endorsements for November 2020 Election

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Meyer at cmeyer@cochamber.com. DENVER – The Colorado Chamber of Commerce today announced endorsements of state legislative candidates for the November 2020 General Election. The bipartisan list of endorsements follows an extensive vetting and interview process and approval from the Colorado Chamber’s Political Action Committee and Board of Directors. “These […]


Massive Tax Increase on Business Headed to Senate – Help Us STOP HB 1420!

House Bill 1420, which was only filed in the legislature this week with no input from businesses, is being rushed through the General Assembly. If this bill passes, it would be devastating to the business community, particularly in the middle of an economic crisis. Over the last several days, businesses have flooded the Colorado House […]


Stop a Massive Tax Increase on Businesses – Tell Lawmakers to OPPOSE HB 1420!

With limited days left in the Colorado legislative session, lawmakers are rushing through a last-minute bill that would impose a massive tax increase on the business community in the middle of the worst economic crisis in decades. As you know, the U.S. Congress passed the CARES Act to help businesses and their employees through these […]