Senate Bill 5 would ban Colorado’s public colleges from implementing certain time, space and content regulations.
“…There were four districts that fell far short, and two others that missed by a good deal, so it’s virtually certain that they came up short in at least one of those districts, if not more,” Caldara said.
When I got to the platform I heard and watched a petition circulator with a rolling suitcase offering people walking by him a candy bar for signing petitions.
This year, the single-subject rule kept off the ballot a reasonable attempt to change the way Colorado draws congressional and legislative district maps after each decennial census.
The American Civil Liberties Union long ago made social welfare reform more of a priority than protection of constitutional rights, so it isn’t surprising that it has supported hate crime laws.
Under AFFH, “if you like your neighborhood, you may not be able to keep your neighborhood.”
A crackdown in the name of climate change can soon expand “to a whole host of issues,” warns the Mountain States Legal Foundation. “What issue will some other attorney general decide is an abuse of your First Amendment rights that needs to be punished or restrained?”
“Raise the Bar” is running an initiative that would require future initiated amendments to pass with a supermajority of 55 percent instead of the current 50 percent plus one. However, initiatives that would repeal any current provision of the state constitution can pass with only a simple majority, as now.
“Please provide copies of agendas and/or descriptions of topics covered at each of the organization’s general meetings and events since inception.”
“The intent was to get everyone in compliance, not to steal their home, not to steal their business, not to shut them down and put these poor people (Duran’s employees) out of work even though it’s seasonal work. That was not the intent,” Duran said.