Denver voters have rejected a proposal to require businesses to provide paid sick leave.
A Denver ballot initiative on requiring employers to offer paid sick leave has drawn a painful divide between small-business owners and their own employees.
With election day in Denver just a little more than two weeks away, more ads are hitting the airwaves. One of those is urging voters to oppose a paid sick day measure. CBS4’s Political Specialist has a Reality Check.
The campaign for a healthy Denver has rolled out a giant germ to make its case for paid sick days.
Denver’s Mayor Michael Hancock has recorded a television ad against the Paid Sick Day Initiative.
While political adversaries of Gov. John Hickenlooper are calling him out for not taking an official position on Proposition 103, the governor made it clear this week where his sympathies lie.
Ballots go out next week as Denver voters decide whether every worker gets paid sick days and opponents are stepping up their efforts to fight the initiative.
More high profile groups are speaking out against Initiative 300. That’s the Denver proposal to force employers to pay for sick time.