Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance Provides Series with Legislative Insight for Business

The Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance (NCLA), the joint public policy advocacy arm of the Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland Chambers of Commerce, Upstate Colorado Economic Development Corporation and One NoCo, has created a series of virtual conversations to help business understand the impact of the 2020 Colorado Legislative Session on the future of our economy.

The six-part series kicks off on Wednesday, July 1, at 10:00 a.m. and will be hosted online for free.  The first session will focus on Labor Bills:  The Practical Considerations for Business, Leadership and Economics.  Participants will have the opportunity to hear from Ogletree Deakins HR Attorney David Zwisler; Senate Minority Leader Chris Holbert and Common Sense Institute President & CEO Kristen Strohm.  They will review the key legislative measures that passed and what they mean for your business and our economy.  Registration can be found at https://fortcollinschamber.com/event/ncla-presents-labor-legislation-the-practical-considerations-for-business-leadership-economics/

The additional five sessions, which will include conversations on federal legislation, transportation, energy, health care and higher education, will be hosted online through the month of July.  Information about each session can be found at www.FortCollinsChamber.com.

For more information on the Legislative Series, please contact Ann Hutchison at ahutchison@fcchamber.org.

About the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance

The Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance (NCLA), the joint public policy advocacy arm of the Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland Chambers of Commerce, Upstate Colorado Economic Development Corporation and One NoCo.  The NCLA is the leading voice in northern Colorado influencing local, state and federal policy on issues affecting the unique business interests of northern Colorado.

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