Perks for Perps

State-issued IDs, Medicare and Small Business Grants Not only will you get a new driver’s license, but we’ll even drive you to the DMV. Need help navigating Medicare or other health insurance? No problem. We’ll even pay your premiums for 12 months. Want to start a small business when you get released? We’ve got a grant … More Perks for Perps

Pretzel Logic

They’ve got us all tied up in knots.  The teachers union wants to suspend statewide assessments because they know the news is bad. They want a pay raise, but they won’t reopen the schools. Districts that have gone to a 4-day school week now want more money to add back a 5th day. What’s a legislator … More Pretzel Logic

Cancel Culture Comes to Colorado

A few bills we’re watching on March 1st SB21-116: Prohibit American Indian Mascots This bill would require all public schools in Colorado to eliminate mascots that make any reference to American Indians by June 2022. It imposes a $25k fine per month for each violation. Fines/penalties are ultimately paid by taxpayers in the school districts … More Cancel Culture Comes to Colorado

Bills We’re Watching this Week

A few bills we’re watching down at the Capitol on March 1st: SB21-116: Prohibit American Indian Mascots This bill would require all public schools in Colorado to eliminate mascots that make any reference to American Indians by June 2022. It imposes a $25k fine per month for each violation. Fines/penalties are ultimately paid by taxpayers … More Bills We’re Watching this Week

250 Bills Introduced in the First Full Week of the 2021 Legislative Session

We knew there would be a lot, but we weren’t expecting a tsunami. Fortunately, we were ready for them. The Liberty Scorecard Committee read over 250 bills and rated 164 of them over the weekend. Here are ALL the bills we’re following this week. A few notable ones: HB1007: State Apprenticeship AgencyThis bill would create a … More 250 Bills Introduced in the First Full Week of the 2021 Legislative Session