Regulatory reform has taken hold at the state Capitol, and the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce couldn’t be happier. The chamber has been working to rid local businesses of what they see as red tape and bureaucracy, and for once the Legislature is listening. One-quarter of the way through the 2011 session — it ends […]
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