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Ed Sealover Moderates Panel of Denver Mayoral Candidates

The Denver Metro Association of Realtors on Thursday grilled seven Denver mayoral candidates about the city’s new rental home registration ordinance, some of whom argued that the new rule has been a disaster and should be repealed. Read the Complete Article by Savannah Mehrtens at Colorado

Douglas County News: It’s time for part 2 of wage transparency laws

“How much does the job pay?” is no longer much of a mystery for job seekers in Colorado, thanks to a state law passed in 2019 and enacted two years later. Other states have followed suit in recent months, including California, Washington and soon, New York. But Colorado’s law wasn’t perfect. And now, the Equal […]

Denver Gazette: Colorado Chamber brings on longtime Denver Business Journal writer Ed Sealover

The Colorado Chamber of Commerce hired longtime Denver Business Journal legislative reporter Ed Sealover to serve as vice president of strategic initiatives, according to a news release. The award-winning journalist will also serve as the editor of “The Sum & Substance” — a new chamber-owned online publication focused on the business lens of Colorado’s legislative […]

Talking Business News: Denver Biz Journal’s Sealover to start chamber publication

Denver Business Journal senior reporter Ed Sealoverhas been hired by the Colorado Chamber of Commerce to start an online publication. The Sum & Substance will cover Colorado’s legislative and political news related to the business community. Sealover worked at The Business Journal for 14 years, where he reported on state government, economic development, transportation, health care, […]

Westword: Takeaways From Seven-Hour Hearing on Fair Workweek Bill

If House Bill 23-1118, the Fair Workweek Employment Standards proposal, passes, it could fundamentally change how retail and restaurant outfits do business in Colorado. The bill, which was introduced on January 24, proposes to provide shift workers more predictability — and penalizes their employers for not providing that. Among many legal requirements, HB23-1118 requires shift […]

Post Independent: Glenwood Springs Chamber opposes house bill that would require employers to post employee work schedules further ahead of time

The Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association is joining a coalition opposing a house bill that they argue will put unreasonable strains on both employees and employers, the organization announced in a Wednesday news release. announced in a chamber news update Wednesday that they were joining a coalition to oppose a house bill that will put […]

GAZETTE OP-ED: ‘Fair workweek’ would crush Colorado’s job creators

By Loren Furman for The Gazette As Coloradans, we’re exceptionally proud to live and work in such an inspiring state. It’s irrefutable that our quality of life, access to outdoor recreation and natural beauty, and sense of community sets us apart. While our strengths as a state are unmatched, it doesn’t come without challenges — […]

Biz West: Estes chamber opposes Fair Workweek Employment Standards bill

ESTES PARK – The executive committee of the Estes Chamber of Commerce has voted to join the Colorado Chamber of Commerce in opposing state House Bill 1118, the “Fair Workweek Employment Standards” bill. … According to a statement issued Tuesday by the Estes Chamber, “Estes Park is a seasonal town supported by a diverse group […]