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Government Affairs, Education, and Energy, March 2, 2017: Busy Legislative Session

There’s so much going on with the Legislature, it’s difficult to keep up. From Construction Defect bills to waiting to
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Defense Council, Jan. 18, 2017: Annual State of the Base

In place of the regularly scheduled Defense Council meeting, the State of the Base was held on Wednesday, Jan. 18.
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Women in Business – Women Making a Difference Luncheon, Feb. 10, 2017: Honoring 17 at the 17th in 2017

In place of the regularly scheduled February Women in Business meeting, the Women Making a Difference Luncheon was held on
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Business for the Arts, February 7, 2017: Singing and Dancing

Kim Robards of Kim Robards Dance (KRD) got the group moving at the Feb. 7 Business for the Arts meeting,
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Government Affairs, Education, and Energy, February 2 and 16, 2017

The February Government Affairs meetings started with Legislators’ updates.  Sen. Nancy Todd (SD28) proposed bill SB17-038 – which seeks to
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Government Affairs, Education, and Energy, Jan. 9 & 19, 2017: Breakfast and Bills

On January 9, 2017, The Chamber’s Government Affairs committee held the Pre-Session Legislators’ Breakfast at The Community College of Aurora.
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Work Well 2.0 Health Series, Nov. 10, 2016: Healthy Cooking Discussion at Children’s Hospital Colorado

Healthy cooking and healthy eating definitely go hand in hand, and we all know that there’s a lot of food
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Transportation, Nov. 2, 2016: A cool pilot project in Centennial, CO and an update on Transportation Funding

A pilot project and transportation funding, are these related? The answer is a resounding ‘Yes,’ they are – and here’s
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Young Professionals, Oct. 14, 2016: Politics, anyone?

Just in time for the ballots to drop on October 17, 2016, the Young Professionals welcomed Melissa Osse with Axiom
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Government Affairs, Education, and Energy, Oct. 6, 2016: Amendment 72 and Dec. 1 Labor Law

Amendments, regulations, and ballot issues can be confusing for voters and for business owners needing to implement them once passed.
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