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April 29, 2010

ColoradoBiz P2 Update


Today in ColoradoBiz Politics & Policy Update

U.S. Chamber's goal: 20 million jobs in 10 years

Economic recovery will be accomplished through free enterprise, not the government, said Thomas Donohue, president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. By Mike Taylor

Where do you stand on Arizona's new law? ColoradoBiz wants to know

The litmus test is straightforward, particularly for the business community: Do you favor an Arizona-style immigration law? Tell us what you think. By Bart Taylor

Workers comp bills are moving along

That includes two we'd really like to see defeated. By the Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry

Employment law making your head hurt?

Are new vague employment laws driving your company crazy? Mountain States Employers Council has the remedy. By Barbara Thompson

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