Statewide Coalition of Business Leaders Sends Letter of Concern to Governor Regarding Potential Oil & Gas Setback Rules

Coalition of Business Leaders Statewide Expresses Concerns Regarding Potential Oil & Gas Setback Rules  A coalition of 41 organizations statewide sent a letter to Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, expressing their concerns regarding the proposal before the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission for a 2,000-foot setback rule for new oil and gas drilling. The rule … Read Post

China Califf Named New Director of Denver Metro SBDC

China Califf has been named the new director of the Denver Metro Small Business Development Center (SBDC), an affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. Califf comes to the organization with nearly 20 years of experience helping entrepreneurs and small businesses start and grow. In her role at the Denver Metro SBDC, she will … Read Post

Denver Metro Chamber to Host Annual Meeting Sept. 3

Virtual Event Will Feature Recap of Year, Ballot Issue Positions and Panel on Racial Equity in Business The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual Meeting on Thursday, Sept. 3. At this virtual event, the Chamber will release its official positions for issues on the November ballot, as well as hold a panel … Read Post

Message of Regional Collaboration at State of the City

RESPONSE TO PANDEMIC REQUIRES REGIONAL COLLABORATION, ACCORDING TO MAYORS AT DENVER METRO CHAMBER’S ANNUAL STATE OF THE CITY Denver, Arvada and Lone Tree Mayors Discussed Economy, Homelessness and Budget Woes at Virtual Event Although metro Denver has seen COVID-19 cases decline, the region is still in the midst of a pandemic that requires a collaborative … Read Post

Denver Metro Chamber Statement on House Bill 1420

DENVER METRO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RELEASES STATEMENT ON HOUSE BILL 1420 The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce released the following statement regarding House Bill 1420. “The short-sighted view of the legislature is particularly concerning during this time of serious economic challenge for Coloradans. It makes no sense to close a budget gap by slowing the … Read Post

Statewide Coalition Files Amicus Brief in Support of Lawsuit Against Electronic Signature Gathering

A statewide coalition of organizations submitted an amicus brief Thursday in support of a lawsuit filed by Colorado Concern and Board member Dan Ritchie that argues Gov. Jared Polis does not have the constitutional authority to allow electronic signature gathering to qualify issues for the November ballot. Gov. Polis issued Executive Order D 2020 065 … Read Post