“With such a ban would come an exodous of oil and gas companies from the state, the high-paying jobs they create directly and indirectly, and the taxes they pay to state and local governments.” – Denver Post
“without hesitation, we can say that Proposition 112 is not the best way to address those reasonable concerns. It is an overreaction and we hope Coloradans reject it.” – Denver Post
“But the one-size-fits-all approach to setbacks — 2,500 feet regardless of circumstances and community values — is not appropriate for Colorado.” – The Coloradoan
“Increasing an arbitrary, universal setback would punish an industry that carries a great deal of public risk, but it wouldn’t ensure everyone living or working near a drilling site would be any safer than they are now.” – Aurora Sentinel
Lindsey Singer discusses tax increases that Coloradans will see on the November ballot and Democrat efforts to gut the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights.
There are two very telling graphs that I wanted to share regarding our state budget, which has grown more than $10 BILLION in the last…
Colorado taxpayers just want to be left alone. Our budget has ballooned more than $10 million in just a decade, and yet so much goes…
Michael Fields and George Brauchler talk about a potential special session of the General Assembly on 630 KHOW