McInnis, Hickenlooper vow to ease business burdens

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GOP candidate Scott McInnis and Democratic Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper are promising to reduce burdens on Colorado businesses if they are elected governor in November.



The two gubernatorial candidates told business leaders Tuesday at the Douglas County Business Alliance that state government needs to do a better job managing its resources.

Dan Maes, who is challenging McInnis in a GOP primary, says he wasn’t invited to take part in Tuesday’s forum.

Associated Press

One Response to McInnis, Hickenlooper vow to ease business burdens

  1. Hickenlooper: — “How all Businesses can use Illegals to avoid Democrat Work Rules and Taxes”

    … Hickenlooper stated he has always voted to raise payroll taxes and increase the work rules and costs of running a business, but has made over $20 Million by using 100’s of illegals in his resturants.

    – Recently Hickenlooper sold 7 of 9 restaurants for $6.7 million and the other 2 are valued at about $10 million debt free

    “Without Illegals, I wouldn’t be a multi-millionaire with all the Democrat laws” – Hickenlooper

    “Using Illegals to avoid taxes and work laws, by Hickenlooper” – Seminar at the Sheraton – $100 RSVP

    Ron Wilder
    May 19, 2010 at 11:19 am