Colorado Legislature

Colorado Lawmakers: “Offending us is bullying and is punishable by jail”

Colorado Silence Or Else

Last week, the Colorado House passed a “cyberbullying” bill which kills free speech and could land you in jail with fines if you annoy (translation: offend or insult) someone using your phone, email, social media or an other medium that’s electronic and interactive.  Democrat Representative Rhonda Fields (D-Aurora) sponsored it, but some …

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Bi-partisan my eye! The CO State Exchange disaster is now owned by the Democrats.

Colorado Exchange Real GOP fights back

If you’ve stayed current on the Obamacare-controlled and misnamed “state health-care exchange” repeal effort over the last three years, then you know it has been an uphill struggle. The first repeal effort in 2012 only had five Republican co-sponsors with a then influential GOP House member, the exchange bill’s original sponsor …

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No Health Care for Thousands Until Colorado’s Exchange is Fixed… but When?

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As I have predicted for years, Colorado is proving that ObamaCare really hurts people.  A Colorado cancer patient is being forced to forego chemotherapy because she and thousands of other Coloradans can’t get insurance coverage, which prevents all of them from receiving necessary health care.  Meanwhile, the unelected and unaccountable …

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CO Lawmakers Introduce Pro-Education Bills: NonPublic Education Tax Credits, Compulsory Age Change

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Colorado state legislators Senator Kevin Lundberg and Representative Kim Ransom have introduced two 2015 bills which would strengthen educational choice in Colorado.  My friend and legislative analyst Treon Goossen sent these updates about the bills.  If you support these bills, please contact your legislator as per Treon’s advice and consider …

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CO Legislators Act to Repeal State Healthcare Exchange

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Colorado State Representative Janak Joshi and State Senator Kevin Lundberg have introduced HB 15-1066, Repeal of Colorado’s “Health Benefit Exchange”. In the summer of 2010, Americans of every political stripe were infuriated as the Democrat controlled US Senate and House forced through Obamacare, so much so the elections of 2010 swept Democrats …

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Guns, Deadly Force, Federal Lands, ObamaCare: Bills Conservatives Will Want to Support in the 2015 Colorado Legislative Session

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The 2015 Colorado state legislative session got off to a fast start on 7 January with 117 bills introduced. Here of a few of interest to many: SB 15-039  “Concurrent Jurisdiction over certain Federal lands”. Land issues have become important as states see the feds take over more and more of …

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