Meet your northern Colorado legislators and leaders from around the area at a virtual event hosted by NCLA. Do you ever wonder who is representing northern Colorado? Would you like an opportunity to meet them? Maybe you want to know more about what these legislators and leaders are up to. Or maybe you’re in the […]
NCLA hosted a conversation with Congressman Joe Neguse, US Senator Michael Bennet and the Office of US Senator John Hickenlooper on February 26, 2021 for insights on the future of a Federal Infrastructure Stimulus Package. Click Here for the Recording.
Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance (NCLA) representative Sandra Hagen Solin was at the Colorado State Capitol on January 28, 2021 providing an update on NCLA progress and where we are as we await the restart of the legislative session on February 16.
December 21, 2020 DENVER, CO – House and Senate Democratic leadership today announced a plan for the beginning of the First Regular Session of the Seventy-third General Assembly. The General Assembly will convene on January 13 and meet for as little time as is necessary to address urgent business and attend to certain constitutional and statutory […]
Tuesday, December 15, 2020 The Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance (NCLA) Board presented a one hour webinar for valuable insight about expectations for businesses to be compliant on December 15, 2020. Panelists & Presentation: Scott Moss – Director, Div. of Labor Standards and Statistics, Colorado Department of Labor & Employment Presentation David Zwisler – Employment Attorney, Ogletree, Deakins, […]
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 […]
Come join us for a lunch and learn about the potential business impacts for Northern Colorado from Proposition 112. WHEN: Friday, October 19th TIME: 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. WHER: Embassy Suites, Loveland (4705 Clydesdale, Pkwy) WHAT: Lunch and Panel Discussion RSVP: www.vitalforcolorado.com/loveland_biz_lunch
Tax Haven Measure Opposed by Business Community The House is considering a measure to change tax policy in such a manner that economic development and business advocates argue will have a chilling effect on retaining and attracting new corporate headquarters to Colorado. House Bill 16-1275 would place a measure on the November 2016 ballot to […]
Last week, leaders of the Colorado General Assembly set aside partisan differences and rolled out a 10-bill package to tackle lingering unemployment and address lack of available workforce in certain sectors to assure the state’s economic resurgence remains strong. The package is focused upon getting Colorado’s businesses more involved in the process of producing Coloradans […]
Colorado voters in November 2016 may be forced to read a ballot pamphlet as long and dense as a political science textbook. While most attention is being payed towards the dramatic 2016 Presidential campaign, 2016 is also shaping up to be a very dramatic and crowded year for statewide ballot questions which tackle a host […]