Colorado Chamber: SB 188 will be impossible for Colorado businesses to comply with

For media inquiries, contact Cynthia Meyer at DENVER – The Colorado Chamber of Commerce released the following statement from Loren Furman, Senior Vice President of State and Federal Relations, in response to new legislation filed today in the Colorado Legislature on paid family and medical leave: “When legislation could have a sweeping impact on […]

House Committee Advances Local-Option Minimum-Wage Increase Bill

The House Transportation and Local Government Committee this afternoon amended and approved HB 1210, a bill that would allow local governments to unilaterally increase the minimum wage above that of the state minimum wage. The committee adopted an amendment that allows a county and the municipalities within the county to enter into an intergovernmental agreement […]