politics

Chamber gets political

Yesterday, the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce hosted the Ballot Initiative Overview to discuss a number of the potential amendments in the upcoming election. Afterward, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce in partnership with 20 organizations including the Colorado Women’s Chamber, hosted a senatorial debate between Democrat Mark Udall and Republican Bob Schaffer.  We do not […]

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Women’s Chamber takes a stand on the issues

In addition to taking a strong stand against Amendment 46, the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Board also agreed to support Amendment 50, Limited Gaming in Central City Black Hawk and Cripple Creek.  Why is the Women’s Chamber supporting an amendment about legalized gaming?  Because, this amendment allows the communities to increase the bet limit […]

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