Rulemaking Process Impacts Data Privacy, Paid Leave and Colorado Health Plans

The rulemaking process occurs when state agencies take broad policies passed by the legislature or voters and operationalize them. While it may not be the most exciting part of the policy process, it’s important. The decisions made during rulemaking affect the cost and ease with which you run your business. In recent years, we’ve seen the legislature delegate more and … Read Post

Chamber Dives Into Business Issues With Candidates and Officials

Advocating for our members is at the forefront of the Denver Metro Chamber’s work. The business community recently gathered to hear from candidates for statewide office at the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation’s 2022 Candidate Forum. We also held a committee meeting to hear from candidates running for Congressional Districts 7 and 8. The Colorado … Read Post

Colorado Candidates Address Business Issues at Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation’s 2022 Candidate Forum

THE CANDIDATE FORUM CENTERED ON ISSUES PERTINENT TO THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY  View photos from the event, courtesy of Dave Anderson at InSync Photography DENVER—Oct. 12, Nearly 200 business leaders, community members and students gathered for the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation’s (Leadership Foundation) 2022 Candidate Forum at the University of Denver. The Forum featured candidates … Read Post

Coloradans for Practical Policies Objects to Burdensome Regulations

The coalition called for practical solutions and approaches to the EPA’s downgrade of the nonattainment zone’s status The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce has taken the lead in forming the Coloradans for Practical Policies coalition, which represents 12 industries with more than 400,000 employees across Colorado. Members of the coalition are dedicated to implementing practical … Read Post

EPA Decision Impacts Business Permits and Gas Prices for Colorado

In April, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it was downgrading the quality of the Northern Front Range and Metro Denver’s air from “serious” to “severe,” putting us in violation of federal ozone standards. The Chamber is invested in preserving Colorado’s environment and improving our air quality. We recognize that clean, fresh air is an … Read Post