CDLE Releases Adopted Equal Pay Rules

New Equal Pay Rules Dial Back Some Business Concerns  Last month, we appealed to you, our members, to share your concerns regarding proposed rules for Colorado’s Equal Pay and Equal Work Act. Thanks to your extensive and thoughtful feedback, we were able to highlight the many challenges posed by the draft rules both in writing … Read Post

Have You Voted Yet?

When it comes to policy, the Chamber has you covered and that includes all the information you need to make sure your vote counts in this election. We’ve compiled resources that will help you make informed choices, complete your ballot, turn it in on time – if not early, and encourage others to vote. Make … Read Post

Go Vote Colorado!

After months of commercials, debates, op-eds and other election shenanigans, it’s finally almost time to actually vote. If you haven’t received it already, you’ll soon open your mailbox to find your Colorado ballot. Here are a few important things to know to make sure your vote counts. How do I know if I’m registered? The … Read Post

Vote ‘No’ on Paid Family and Medical Leave

We’ve had a long six months in Colorado, in the nation and in the world. COVID-19 has tested us all – personally and professionally. We remain confident that we are doing everything possible to ensure Colorado is on track to recover and rebuild – and most importantly, rehire – from this pandemic. Compared to other … Read Post

2020 End of Legislative Session Report

COVID, Delayed Session and Numerous Anti-Business Bills Mark 2020 Session The 2020 session was full of challenges – some we anticipated, but others – like the COVID-19 pandemic – we couldn’t have imagined. In the weeks since lawmakers left the Capitol in June, we’ve had time to reflect on the session, which started with a … Read Post