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The Colorado Compact on Immigration is a set of six commonsense principles to guide the immigration discussion at the state and federal level. On June 28, 2019, with unemployment hovering near three percent, more than 125 Colorado business and civic leaders joined together to reaffirm their support for immigration policies that strengthen Colorado's economy, address critical workforce shortages across the state, and attract the talent and business the state needs to be competitive.


The Colorado Compact began as a bipartisan effort in 2012 after 18 months of collaboration from stakeholders representing Colorado's business, academic, faith, law enforcement, and civic communities.

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