The annual Newsweek Green Rankings came out this morning and Ball Corporation is ranked #3 as the most sustainable company in the United States! This annual listing consists of the U.S. 500, which ranks the 500 largest publicly traded companies in the United States by market cap and the Global 500, which looks at the […]
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By Steve Raabe The Denver Post Posted: 05/23/2014 04:11:00 PM MDT Initiative 75, one of the most contentious of the 11 oil and gas local-control ballot initiatives looking to get on the fall ballot, has received judicial approval to begin gathering petition signatures. The measure, backed by Colorado Community Rights Network, would give local […]
April 15, 2014, Ed Sealover There are just 23 days remaining in this session of the Colorado Legislature. So, of course, it seems appropriate that some of the most long-awaited and complicated bills are just now being introduced — with legislative leaders promising there are more to arrive in the coming days. For example, state […]
Mar 4, 2014, Ed Sealover The curtain goes up this week on the most anticipated business personal property tax reform bill of the 2014 Colorado Legislature — but the measure will have a smaller scope than sponsors originally expected. When Rep. Dave Young, D-Greeley, first discussed his plans with the Denver Business Journal in December, […]
The Colorado Chamber anticipates that the upcoming Legislative session will be a very busy one. Several legislative proposals are already in the hopper that will have an impact on Colorado businesses. The Colorado Chamber has compiled a list of potential bills according to each The Colorado Chamber policy council issue area.
By Loren Furman The Colorado Chamber Senior Vice President State and Federal Relations During the legislature’s 2014 session, legislation will be introduced that will modify current law addressing worker’s compensation benefits for injured workers. The legislation is being advocated by the AFL–CIO and would change the current workers’ compensation system, which was reformed in 1991 […]
At a time when Colorado is weighing a ballot measure to raise state income-tax rates to fund education, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez offered a message in Denver on Wednesday on the benefits of lowering them. Martinez, speaking before the annual meeting luncheon of the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, said she inherited a […]
I missed Jay Timmons, president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers, when he spoke recently at a meeting with the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry (The Colorado Chamber). But he graciously took a few minutes to chat by phone about the importance of manufacturing in Colorado, the federal governmentýs role in the sector ý and how Colorado natural gas is helping fuel domestic manufacturing in the United States.
Senate Democrats Elect Senator Carroll as President, Senator Heath as Majority Leader October 11–On Wednesday, the 18-member Senate Democratic Caucus elected Senator Morgan Carroll (D-Aurora), the Majority Leader, to be the Senate President when the legislature convenes in January. Senator Rollie Heath (D-Boulder) was elected Majority Leader. The Democrats now control the Senate by one […]
During the past week, The Colorado Chamber member Dan Block, an employment attorney with the Law Firm of Robinson, Waters & O’Dorisio, P.C., Larry Hudson, contract lobbyist for The Colorado Chamber, and Loren Furman, The Colorado Chamber, met with the sponsors and proponents of House Bill 1227 (Wage Theft), which died during the 2013 Legislative Session. […]