Weekly Policy Update: Continuing the Transparency Advocacy and a Business Guide for the Governor

CBSA Continues to Advocate in Opposition to House Bill 1260, Prescription Drug Price Transparency

As reported last week, House Bill 1260, Prescription Drug Price Transparency passed on a party line vote out of the House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee. We now wait for its hearing in House Appropriations Committee. CBSA and our industry partners are working persistently to ensure our voice is heard at the Capitol. Read our recap of last week’s hearing on the bill and CBSA’s testimony.

If you would like to get more involved in opposing this legislation, please contact Jennifer Jones.

What If Colorado Schools Were Number 1?

The Colorado BioScience Association is partnering with Colorado Succeeds and other Colorado business leaders on a business guide for Colorado’s next governor. The business guide looks at “What if Colorado’s Schools were #1?” This partnership plans to release a voter’s toolkit in May to help inform the public on the gubernatorial candidates’ education priorities. The guide will also cover:

  • The economic impact if Colorado had the best education system in the country
  • The education & workforce strategies supported by voters & employers
  • The gubernatorial candidates’ plans for getting us there

INFORM OUR EFFORTS: You are invited to partake in a brief survey regarding the skills gap that your company may face in Colorado. This anonymous survey should take less than seven minutes. Results will be shared with all 2018 gubernatorial candidates explaining how employers view the skills gap and what strategies are needed to improve Colorado’s schools. Please complete this survey by Friday, March 23 at 5 PM.

Please click here to take this brief survey.

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