- John Kellner, 18th District DA candidate (johnkellner.com), examines Colorado Senate Bill 20-217, Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity.
- Karen Levine discusses the affordability of buying a home as interest rates continue to be at record lows.
John Kellner, 18th District DA candidate (johnkellner.com), examines Colorado Senate Bill 20-217, Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity. John states that the bill is designed to increase transparency in the police force to bring justice for the victims and due process for the defendants. In essence, a process for the truth. Chicago, with a Soros backed DA, sees its deadliest day with 18 murders in 24 hours.
Karen Levine discusses the affordability of buying a home as interest rates continue to be at record lows. Sellers delayed putting their homes on the market due to the pandemic and we are now seeing spring season activity in June. Karen introduces Brian Judge, founding partner of Judge and Associates Architects and Planner, Inc., to analyze why homes and other buildings have become so expensive. Government interference relative to state codes and other government regulations contribute to at least 25% of costs (Randal O’Toole has stated home regulations costs can be as high as 40%). Brian relays his experience on a project in Eagle County, and his first encounter with “rule of thumb” classification (after working in the industry for twenty-five years). Timelines are heavily impacted with government rules and therefore costs.
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