- Bills that will increase litigation cost (easier to file lawsuits favored by the trial bar)
- Bills that mandate more renewable energy for rural electrical associations (Denver Post criticized it in editorial)
- Bills increasing government and business budgets by expanding eligibility to entitlements
- Bills that restrict lending
The Chamber, as of April 3, was opposing five anti-business bills (SB202, HB1269, HB1267, HB1273 and HB1275).
In one of the most liberal legislative sessions in modern Colorado history, does the pro-business Democratic governor apply the brakes again?
See Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce newsletter: Ensuring Colorado’s competitive status