My nephew purchased and injected heroin yet died of a Fentanyl overdose. If he’d been in jail for only one of his crimes, he’d probably still be alive. ODs doubled in four years in Colorado, precisely coinciding with the passage of HB 19-1263 which decriminalized possession 4 grams of Class I/II drugs. Well done, Democrats. Cartels market rainbow fentanyl pills with flavors to mimic candy and target children. In Colorado, we have had kids OD in
  It was a beautiful night at the Gilpin Art Collective on September 16 and candidates were asked about their motive for running in the upcoming election. Mine was simple – HB 19-1263. The legislation which decriminalized, AKA legalized,  Schedule 1/2 drugs including heroin, meth, fentanyl and cocaine. This bill has done enormous damage in our state and I want it repealed. A doubling of overdose rates in Colorado in 4 years. 40% increase in
If you thought the government has not made life quite hard enough for American families, we now learn that  mothers who rely on baby formula face the worst news of all – shortages, price hikes and rationing. But rest assured the shortage is not  the result of Biden’s FDA shutting down Abbott Labs in February with little to no evidence that it was the source of the cronobacter contamination associated with 4 consumer complaints. The
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Sacred Heart of Mary Desecration My Body My Choice? Killing Human Babies….   The least among us are no doubt the innocent and  vulnerable  unborn. Colorado, in advance of any formal ruling from SCOTUS, passed a most wicked bill depriving the least among us  of derivative rights as human babies. HB22 1279, referred to as The Reproductive Health Equity Act, passed without any amendments. Though the Republicans in the state assembly fought hard to defeat
Katie Lehr HD49 Colorado House District 49 Judy Amabile
According to an article from The Fence Post, Governor Jared Polis’ husband Marlon Reis has blatantly disparaged rural Coloradans who are concerned with the overpopulation of prairie dogs. On April 19, Reis posted his thoughts to Facebook about prairie dog relocation to private property. The post has since been deleted. “Two things shock me about the rural Coloradans who have bothered to comment on volunteer requests for private land-owners interested in hosting displaced Prairie Dogs:
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