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The bill is expected to save about 8,600 restaurants in Colorado a combined $39.3 million.

Colorado restaurants got a tax break in late 2020 as they dealt with the mandatory closing of dining rooms and then again in summer 2021 as they were really starting to reopen. Now legislators want to give them a third round of aid — but this time for a different reason.

Read the rest of the article at The Denver Business Journal here.

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