Deb Flora, conservative radio personality U.S. Senate Candidate, introduces her new movie, Whose Children Are They?
WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THEY? is the groundbreaking and powerfully persuasive documentary featuring brave teachers, empowered parents, and front-line experts who pull back the curtain about what is truly happening in our public schools today.
This film will be the starting point for a full cultural conversation about the need to return to the original intent of education, not indoctrination. “Whose Children Are They?” will inform and equip parents, teachers, grandparents and concerned citizens, to partner together for the innocence and well-being of our children. It will also educate all education stakeholders on the corrupting influence of teachers’ unions, and the vital importance of removing them from our schools, in addition to educating parents on the need to stand with good teachers, and empower teachers to stage a mass Union Exit.
The bill creates the innovative housing incentive program (program) within the office of economic development (office). A business located in Colorado that manufactures certain types of housing may apply for funding through the program. Funding may be awarded through grants for capital operating expenses and for incentives for units manufactured based on criteria established by the office, such as affordability, location where the unit is installed in the state, or meeting energy efficiency standards. Or, funding may be awarded through loans for the purpose of funding a manufacturing factory. The bill creates the innovative housing incentive program fund, requires a $40 million transfer to the fund, and continuously appropriates all money in the fund to the office to fund the program.
HB22-1282, The Innovative Housing Incentive Program is sponsored by Representatives Kyle Mullica (D) and Mike Lynch (R) and Senators Jeff Bridges (D) and Rob Woodward (R).