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Colorado Business Leaders Throw Support Behind $5.3B Transportation Funding Bill

Legislative Leaders Finally Reveal Details of Colorado Transportation-Funding Plan

THE PODIUM | Infrastructure Pivotal to Recovery

Colorado’s Competitiveness: The Challenge of Economic Recovery Under More than $1.8 Billion in New Regulations, Taxes and Fees

What Businesses Need to Know About Colorado’s New $700 Million Stimulus Package

OPINION | Utilities Paid Huge Tab to Keep Our Homes Warm

New Report Shows Price Drivers Pay For Shoddy Transportation Funding

Legislative Leaders Agree to Put General-Fund Money Into Transportation-Funding Package

Colorado Business Coalition Offers Framework for $5 Billion Transportation-Funding Plan

Business Coalition Seeks to Untie Knot of Road Funding and the Governor is on Board

Colorado’s Transportation Agencies Are In Line For Big Federal Stimulus Dollars

Speaker of the House KC Becker and Colorado Concern CEO Mike Kopp Discuss the 2020 Special Session and Preview 2021

COLUMN: Don’t Jeopardize Colorado Health Care Amid COVID

Colorado Businesses Get Mixed Results From 2020 Election Ballot Initiatives

FY 2021-22 Budget Request

Denver’s 2E, 2G Politicize Appointments, Jeopardize Finances

Yes on Amendment B

Revealed: Here are DBJ’s Most Admired CEOs for 2020

Study: Businesses to Pay a Quarter-Billion Dollars Next Year if Gallagher Amendment Not Repealed

Iceberg Ahead

EDITORIAL: 2C + 2D + 2E + 2G = Dysfunctional City Hall. Vote No.

THE ROAD AHEAD: Why It May Be The Ideal Time To Repair Colorado’s Broken Transportation Funding System

PERSPECTIVE: To Beat the COVID-19 Recession, Invest in Roads, Bridges, Broadband and More

Colorado Can Build Out of the Coronavirus Recession with $20 Billion for Infrastructure

Colorado Concern Lauds Four Lawmakers for Helping Create Jobs and Transparency

State’s Infrastructure Needs A Big Boost

Together We Build

Colorado Concern Assembles $20 Billion Wish List For Federal Money

‘It Has To Be Done:’ Denver Business Leaders Launch Initiative For More Inclusive Economy

Polis Signs Several Business-Opposed Bills Into Colorado Law

Colorado Supreme Court Rejects Governor’s Attempt To Allow Signature Gathering For Ballot Initiatives By Email, Mail

Polis Signs 3 Bills That Could Help Colorado Employers

Coalition of 14 Colorado Business Organizations Calls on Polis to Veto 5 Bills

An Open Letter to Governor Polis from 21 Business Groups

$4 Billion in New Taxes and Fees on the Table

Statewide Chamber Leaders Air Concerns About Pending Colorado Legislation

26 Business Groups Implore Colorado Lawmakers to Hit Brakes on Bills That Could Bring ‘Eye-Popping Costs’ to Employers

An Open Letter to Colorado Lawmakers from Colorado Concern

Colorado Concern Sides With Hancock in Denver’s Riot Response

Colorado Lawmakers Focus On Essential Workers Amid Coronavirus, Push To Make Paid Sick Leave a Right For All

Judge Issues Ruling in Business Group’s Lawsuit Against Polis’ Executive Order

Helping People In Need Of A Second Chance Find Jobs And Reclaim Their Lives

Dan Ritchie, Colorado Concern Sue Over Polis’ Petition-Gathering Order

PRESS RELEASE: Lawsuit Filed as Weekend Executive Order by Governor Circumvents Colorado Constitution

ROAD TO RECOVERY / “Flatten the Bureaucracy’ for Health Care

Colorado Faces $6.8 Billion Coronavirus Hit to State Budget in Coming Years, New Forecast Projects

Business Coalition Leaders Send Letter to Governor Polis Regarding Digital Signatures on Ballot Initiatives

Colorado Concern Partners with Job Recruiter Activate Workforce Solutions

PRESS RELEASE: Colorado Concern Partners with Activate Workforce Solutions

Gov. Polis Offers Regulatory Rollbacks Through Executive Orders, New Laws

Colorado Supreme Court Rules Legislature May Extend its Lawmaking Term After Coronavirus Pause

Governor Polis Signs HB20-1039

Colorado Concern Send Letter of Partnership to Governor

State Leaders, Broncos and Nonprofits Held Medical Supply Drive

Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

The Legislature, Businesses and NonProfits Unite for Colorado Healthcare Providers

DORA Working to Increase Available Healthcare Workforce for Coronavirus Response

Colorado Legislature Shuts Down for 2 Weeks Because of Coronavirus

Highway Director Talks 10-year Wish List with Colorado Concern

Capitol Business Preview: Colorado’s Alternative Transportation Solution is up for a Hearing

Three Dozen Colorado Groups Want Lawmakers to Prioritize Roads

Businesses Call for Safer Roads and Less Traffic

Coloradans Deserve Better Than a Clunky, Confusing System That Keeps too Many in the Dark

New Colorado Bill Would Loosen Restrictions on Construction-Defects Lawsuits

What’s at Stake with the Colorado Public Option

PRESS RELEASE: Paid Family and Medical Leave

Colorado Businesses Eye These Potential Regulatory Wins at 2020 Legislature

David-Jacques Farahi, COO of Monarch Casino and President of Colorado Gaming Association, Named as a 2020 DBJ 40 Under 40 Winner

Here’s What Employers Need to Know About Colorado’s Family-Leave Program in its Final Form

FAMLI Could Cost the State Over $2B and Workers More Than 1% of Paychecks

Denver City Council Raises Minimum Wage Above State Level

Final Proposal for Public Option Released

Meet the Million-Dollar Man Behind Proposition CC on Colorado’s 2019 Ballot

Public Comment Letter Regarding the Colorado Public Option

Draft Proposal for Public Option Released

Arlington, Texas Selected as Site for First Ever National Medal of Honor Museum

Colorado Concern Members Recognized as the Denver area’s Most Admired CEOs by the DBJ

In a Few Days We’ll Learn if Medal of Honor Recipients Will Be Honored With a Museum at 5,280 Feet

Greg Anton and Ellen Valde Recognized in DBJ’s New Who’s Who in Accounting Program

New Study Highlights the High Cost of Public Option

Denver Mayor’s Race: Hancock, Giellis Talk Business in Latest Debate

Denver Voters Reject Initiative 300, Right To Survive Measure Defeated


Colorado Petroleum Council Names Lynn Granger Executive Director

Carroll: We Can Help Homeless Without Sacrificing Public Spaces

Denver Initiative 300: Impacts on the Homeless and Society by Granting Unimpeded Access to Public Space

New Study Delves into Denver’s Proposed “Right to Survive” Measure