Insights: One-and-done credentials are on short time in the Colorado workplace

… Apprenticeships and employer-provided skills training is the next big thing, the folks who know about these things said. Like everything else, the education landscape has been roiled by the pandemic. Online learning is the new norm, which makes the cost of a bed on fraternity row even harder to justify. Read full article here.

Business groups say Colorado economic recovery won’t match 2008

There are bills ahead that worry business leaders, according to Dave Davia of Rocky Mountain Mechanical Contractors. He pointed to the POWR Act, Senate Bill 176, an anti-discrimination bill; House Bill 1071 on ranked choice voting, because it uses business filing fees paid to the Secretary of State’s office; and the ban on plastics contained […]

New report adds up cost of new fees, taxes to Colorado businesses

Ahead of a Colorado Chamber of Commerce announcement on the impact of new taxes, the Denver-based Common Sense Institute added up the costs in an analysis obtained by Colorado Politics Monday morning. Whether they are fees, which the legislature can authorize, or taxes that must be approved by voters, current proposals would ring up $1.8 […]