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    1. Colorado Senate passes bill to become 'right-to-work' state

      Colorado Senate passes bill to become 'right-to-work' state

      Colorado Senate Republicans on Monday pushed through a bill to rewrite state labor law and make this a “right-to-work” state, despite opposition even from some business groups such as the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. Senate Bill 55, sponsored by Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, would prohibit union membership from being a requirement to hold any job in Colorado.

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    2. Hickenlooper's picks for Colorado Public Utilities Commission feel the heat at state Senate hearing - Denver Business Journal

      Hickenlooper's picks for Colorado Public Utilities Commission feel the heat at state Senate hearing - Denver Business Journal

      Gov. John Hickenlooper’s two nominees for the three-member Colorado Public Utilities Commission made it through a state Senate committee’s review Thursday, but not without scathing questions from some committee members about the commission’s responsibility in keeping utility bills in check.

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    3. Colorado sports tech company raises $25 million, aims to hire dozens

      Colorado sports tech company raises $25 million, aims to hire dozens

      TeamSnap Inc. said today it has raised another $25 million in venture capital and plans to expand the startup’s staff by about 50 percent as it tries to establish itself as the clear leader in amateur sports management technology. The Boulder-based company makes software and apps that manage sports team schedules, player communications and other logistics for more 1.3 million teams and leagues worldwide.

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    4. First 200,000 square feet of Hines' under-construction Denver tower taken by Gates, Optiv

      Nearly one-third of Denver's newest office tower was leased up in the fourth quarter of 2016, with a new company and an old company leasing more than 200,000 square feet. Cyber-security company Optiv Security Inc., which was recently acquired, will relocate from its current space at 1125 17th St. in February 2018 to take more than 75,000 square feet in three floors in 1144 15th, the office tower being developed in downtown Denver by Houston-based Hines.

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