The Kansas Legislature is considering two bills that would provide direct benefits to businesses that were shut down or restricted during the COVID-19 the pandemic.
Colorado's Senate Judiciary Committee will hear testimony this week on a bill that would make several changes to the state's anti-discrimination statute.
Unlike many other states during the pandemic, Wyoming attracted visitors seeking the great outdoors with its national parks, and was also successful in attracting job seekers and business interests.
Marijuana sales in Colorado reached $187,603,697 in January, the state's revenue department said this week.
Colorado business groups on Tuesday said the growing costs of new taxes, fees, and regulations are burdening the state's economic recovery.
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon is ending Wyoming's statewide mask requirement and lifting restrictions on bars, restaurants, theaters and gyms effective March 16.
As businesses and families look for ways to recover from the COVID-19 economic downturn, a favorable tax structure and fewer government regulations are bringing more of them to Oklahoma.
The U.S. added 379,000 jobs in February, more than economists predicted
Oklahoma is working to ensure its Unemployment Insurance (UI) Trust Fund stays over a certain threshold to avoid tax increases on businesses after jobless claims surged throughout the state, creating payouts in 2020 that were more than the previous 10 years combined.