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NCLA History

In 1992, the boards of directors at the Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley Chambers of Commerce had the foresight to create the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance to lead and influence regional, state and federal policy on issues affecting the unique business interests of Northern Colorado. Over the years, the NCLA has established itself as the voice for business and is sought after on issues that affect all of Colorado. In subsequent years Upstate Colorado Economic Development has been added to the NCLA partnership as well.

What Sets Us Apart

What makes the NCLA notably unique – and is directly related to its effectiveness – is the delegation of all policy-making authority to the NCLA board of directors without a hierarchy of approvals by the individual chamber typical of other regional groups. Such requirements would delay action and hinder swiftness in responding to quickly-moving legislative action.

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Educational Environment

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