Colorado lawmakers demand counties comply with coronavirus restrictions to access relief money

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Colorado lawmakers demand counties comply with coronavirus restrictions to access relief money

Legislature considers $37M in aid to businesses
A bipartisan bill that won preliminary approval Monday, the first day of a special legislative session, would withhold direct-aid payments to small businesses and arts organizations in counties that refuse to comply with mandates issued by the state’s health department to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Colorado lawmakers demand counties comply with coronavirus restrictions to access relief money

A bipartisan bill that won preliminary approval Monday, the first day of a special legislative session, would withhold direct-aid payments to small businesses and arts organizations in counties that refuse to comply with mandates issued by the state’s health department to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
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