- Reggie Carr and Johnny Thomas, founders I’MA Trumpster, talk about their new show on KLZ starting Sunday, June 14th, 4-5 pm.
- State Representative Kim Ransom joins Kim to discuss the state budget that was passed in the House and is now in the Senate.
Reggie Carr and Johnny Thomas, founders I’MA Trumpster, talk about their new show on KLZ starting Sunday, June 14th, 4-5 pm. Their support of Trump began when Reggie overheard on the television, Trump talking about intellectual property rights, an issue very important to Reggie and Johnny being in the entertainment industry. Reggie and Johnny have secured a bus for the I’MA Trumpster 2020 Minorities Tour. To help fund this endeavor, go to imatrumpster.com, donate $50 or more to the cause, and you can be part of the party bus on June 26th. You can also get your “battle” mask here.
State Representative Kim Ransom joins Kim to discuss the state budget that was passed in the House and is now in the Senate. A shortfall of $3.3 billion needed to be addressed to balance the budget. Education K-12 received $550 million from the CARES Act. The Democratic majority did find $1 million to implement a union for state employees. Additionally, the majority did not find the restraint to be fiscally responsible by cutting or repealing programs; instead, they delayed programs. Rep. Ransom states that Gov. Polis did have the legal authority to “allocate” CARES Act funding. However, Gov. Polis went back on his word since he stated in April that the legislature would appropriate the money.
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