Businesses are closer to discovering whether a proposal to boost Colorado’s ability to collect sales taxes from online retailers is an effort to even the playing field between e-retailers and brick-and-mortar stores — or whether it’s a tool to lead a witch hunt against small Internet-based businesses.
Two bills aimed at protecting homeowners from losing their homes to foreclosure passed out of the Colorado General Assembly Monday. The Colorado Senate passed HB-1295 — sponsored by state Rep. Beth McCann, D-Denver, and Sen. Jessie Ulibarri, D-Commerce City — which prohibits “dual tracking,” in which a lender negotiates with a borrower while simultaneously pursuing […]
A bi-partisan effort in the House Business Committee passed the package of five telecom bills written and sponsored by Rep. Williams. one bill was passed unanimously with the other four passing through this first committee with votes of 10-1. House Bill 1327 would eliminate state sales tax on broadband equipment and enable carriers to more […]