2,000-foot oil and gas setbacks could cost Colorado up to $11 billion in GDP a year and 62,000 jobs

January 26, 2016   DENVER— A 2,000-foot statewide setback for oil and gas wells could result in slower economic growth for Colorado’s economy and state revenue, according to a study commissioned by the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, the Denver South Economic Development Partnership and the Common Sense Policy Roundtable. The study, based on commodity […]

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 Colorado August Jobs Report Analysis and Other Economic Indicators—September 18, 2015

By Brian Lewandowski, Associate Director, Business Research Division, Leeds School of Business The July state jobs report was released today, with the preliminary numbers showing a month-over-month increase in employment (2,400 jobs, 0.1%) and an upward revision (2,800 jobs) to the July estimates. According to data from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) […]

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 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Heidi Ganahl joins Board of Common Sense Policy Roundtable

Heidi Ganahl

June 30th, 2015 Denver – Earl Wright, Chairman of the Board of Common Sense Policy Roundtable, (CSPR), announced today that Heidi Ganahl, Founder and CEO of Camp Bow Wow, joined the Board of Directors. “Heidi is a highly successful entrepreneur,” said Wright. “Her boundless energy and fresh ideas will be instrumental as we continue our […]

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 Hydraulic Fracturing Ban: The Economic Impact of a Statewide Fracking Ban in Colorado

What would a ban on fracking mean for Colorado's economy?

March 2014 Conducted by Richard Wobbekind and Brian Lewandowski from the Business Research Division of the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder.  

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