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  • Democrats Demand More Electric Vehicles

    Democrats Demand More Electric Vehicles0

    • April 24, 2019

    Second Article in our series on the Colorado Green New Deal Colorado’s Democrat party-controlled government has decided to manufacture, or at least play a part in generating the demand for zero emission vehicles, known also as electric vehicles (EV). Increasing the number of EVs on the road is a vital component of the Colorado Green

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  • Majority Rules

    Majority Rules0

    • April 9, 2019

    The introduction to our mini-series on the Colorado Green New Deal In America’s two-party system, when both legislative chambers and the executive branch are controlled by one party, the minority’s opinions are, or in the very least seem like nothing more than an inconvenience to the majority. Need proof? Just ask Colorado’s Republican residents and

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  • Amidst Growing Budget Concerns, State Democrats Hope to Extend EV Tax Credits

    Amidst Growing Budget Concerns, State Democrats Hope to Extend EV Tax Credits0

    • March 19, 2019

    If you haven’t watched Reason TV’s Remy,  just play one of his music videos. Besides being both clever and hilariously entertaining, each video drops what 30 Rock called a truth bomb: “A fact or piece of knowledge that, when told to a listener, is devastating to the listener’s argument or world view.” A favorite Remy

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  • Two little but costly words

    Two little but costly words0

    • April 10, 2018

    How the words “SHALL” and “MAY” are used in a bill can make all the difference. And, so it is with HB18-1270 “Public Utilities Commission Evaluation of Energy Storage Systems.” According to the summary on the Colorado General Assembly Web site: The bill directs the public utilities commission to adopt rules establishing mechanisms for the procurement

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  • A Colorado Bill Uses “Levels of Scrutiny” to Protect Competition

    A Colorado Bill Uses “Levels of Scrutiny” to Protect Competition0

    • March 21, 2018

    Judicial protection from most economic regulations — even grossly unfair and anti-competitive ones — is so weak as to be nearly non-existent.

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  • New draft bill to put nail in coffin of coal, make impacted communities dependent on state

    New draft bill to put nail in coffin of coal, make impacted communities dependent on state0

    • April 3, 2017
    Warning to the rural Colorado, remember Ronald Reagan’s nine most terrifying words in the English language, “I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” According to sources, industrial wind supporters and Xcel Energy are floating another Colorado version of the Clean Power Plan (CPP) titled “Colorado Energy Impact Assistance Act.” A better working titleREAD MORE