There’s no such thing as a free minimum wage. The effects include throwing some people out of work, who will then get the real minimum wage of zero.
I understand the desire not to turn huge numbers of Coloradans into felons whom government prosecutors can pursue at will.
Many lives have been saved because of good people with guns in Colorado Springs—law enforcement officers and citizens alike.
Obviously, having an unenforced statute on the books that turns most people into tax scofflaws is a very bad idea.
But it is not helpful to misrepresent, as EPI does, how families on tight budgets actually make their finances work.
If nothing else, Jeffco students should learn what civil disobedience is, what censorship is, and what those things are not.
If parents are looking for the history of the left as told by the left, APUSH amply accommodates.
A bag fee violates people’s rights. Grocers and other merchants have a moral right to operate their businesses as they see fit, and consumers have a moral right to seek out business relationships as they see fit.
What’s next on Westminster’s agenda: threaten to fine people for not voting?
Because, hey, why worry about a law that technically turns the large majority of Colorado residents into criminals?