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Although we don’t yet know when we will emerge from its economic and health disruptions, we do know that COVID-19 has dramatically reshaped transportation in two major ways: behavior and resources. Fully understanding the array of impacts of COVID-19 is a key step to getting Colorado and its…

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Colorado’s once robust economy is flagging. Storefronts are shuttered, job losses are mounting and families are hurting. COVID-19 has slammed the brakes on the world’s economy, hampering entire industries from restaurants and food service, to tourism, and yes, to oil and natural gas.

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Patchwork quilts are works of art. Patchwork government regulations…not so much. They’re a major frustration for Colorado’s new car customers during the COVID-19 crisis. Local control is the bedrock of our western way of life, but getting rid of the current patchwork, and making government r…

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A few months ago, just as I started my tenure as president of the Colorado Business Roundtable, I was given a copy of the book, "A Love Letter to the American Anti-Hero: Big Business." The book explores common criticisms against American business — that it’s selfish, profit-driven, or even c…

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As a nation and as a state we are just now beginning to fully realize the impacts of COVID-19. From staggering unemployment numbers to a $3 billion shortfall in the state budget, the fallout is extraordinary. Coloradans may have weathered the challenge of the pandemic, but the path back to e…

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Some argue that restoring consumer confidence is the first step toward re-starting our economy, but I think there is a step prior to that: to restore a small-business owner’s confidence so he or she can even afford, or want, to re-open his or her doors to greet customers. This is especially …