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This Week's Conversations
Denver’s plastic bag ban isn’t about protecting the environment, it’s just another tax being levied on Denverites who are already struggling with the rising costs of housing, transportation, healthcare, and other necessities.
A policy of forced minimum wage will have disastrous consequences for small business owners, employees, and future jobs. Government has no business leading Colorado into an economic policy disaster.
Rick Enstrom and Kim have a conversation on the misguided push to reintroduce grey wolves to Colorado. Priscilla Rahn, a candidate for CU Regent, joins Kim to discuss her candidacy.
Don’t need force to implement “good” policy, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office release inmates, “finding criminals who have the money,” impeachment, planned parenthood’s political campaign, annuities, and “fees” on plastic bags is about the economy, not the climate.
Kim meets Antifa at MLK parade, Virginia gun rally peaceful despite prior day’s media blitz to the contrary, 2019 final housing market report, possible “cheap” industry for investing, and illegal spying of journalist Sharyl Attkinsson.
Are “rights” given to us by the U.N.?, new FAMLI proposal, people at risk as City of Denver ignores ICE, repeal of the death penalty, the market continues to climb, ownership of federal lands, and Supreme Court case regarding school choice.
Rick Turnquist explains why Colorado can’t afford the FAMLI bill.
Nefarious and naive, articles of Impeachment delivered, Sharyl Attkinsson files suit against Rod Rosenstein in spying scandal, homeschooling and student loan repayment costs covered in SECURE Act, Rev. C.L. Bryant: Trump support from the black community.