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Lyle Laverty, former Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, explains how radical environmental activists fund their agendas through taxpayers’ money. Tim McCormack, Candidate for District Attorney, Adams and Broomfield Counties, states he is a prosecutor not a politician.

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  • Tim McCormack, Candidate for District Attorney, Adams and Broomfield Counties, states he is a prosecutor not a politician.
  • Lyle Laverty, former Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, explains how radical environmental activists fund their agendas through taxpayers’ money.

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Tim McCormack, Candidate for District Attorney, Adams and Broomfield Counties, states he is a prosecutor not a politician.  Crime and criminals do not take a break with stay-at-home orders.  In fact, cities like Boulder have seen a 180% increase in property related crimes.  Tim will uphold the Constitution as he believes in the rule of law and the Second Amendment.  Most important, he knows that people want and demand public safety and he will act proactively to support them.

Lyle Laverty, former Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, explains how radical environmental activists fund their agendas through taxpayers’ money.  The Equal Access to Justice Act, signed by President Jimmy Carter, was to give legal sources for veterans, social security recipients and small businesses who had been harmed by federal agencies.  Environmentalists have hijacked the act learning that litigation pays.  This has become a “cottage industry.” After 30 years, 2019 was the first year of reporting the amount of money paid out for litigation settlements.  It revealed about $59 million went to a variety of groups.  Due to time commitment of agencies working on litigation, staff is constrained to work on assigned tasks, including land management.  This act has been abused and needs to be reformed.

Read Lyle’s op-ed on thus subject here. 

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