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Representative Dave Williams talks about his townhall following the Stand for Colorado rally and the bill he will introduce on full disclosure of vaccination information. Jason McBride questions three indicators used at the start of the year to forecast the market. Jason also dissects a misleading report from CNBC on the growth of China's economy. 

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  1. Producer Steve and Kim recap yesterday’s (1/8/20) Stand for Colorado rally
  2. Rep. Dave William on his forthcoming bill for full disclosure of vaccination information
  3. Jason McBride on beginning-of-year market indicators and a CNBC report with misleading information on China’s economy

Representative Dave Williams talks about his townhall following the Stand for Colorado rally and the bill he will introduce on full disclosure of vaccination information. Jason McBride questions three indicators used at the start of the year to forecast the market. Jason also dissects a misleading report from CNBC on the growth of China’s economy.

It’s Not About Being Against Vaccinations, It’s About the Freedom to Choose

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Representative Dave WIlliams

Representative Dave Williams held a town hall meeting after the rally.  He described the people present as “liberty-loving–freedom-loving.”  Rep. Williams also discusses his sponsored bills from last year, and that he will be introducing a consumer rights bill for full disclosure of vaccination information.  This way people can freely make their own choice as to what vaccinations are appropriate for them and their family.

Go here to see photos of the Stand for Colorado Freedom vs Force Rally. All photos by Derek Kendall. You can see Derek’s portfolio here. 

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A Picture's Woth a Thousand Words. Sometimes Neither Tells the Truth.

Jason and Kim analyze three indicators that are spoken at the beginning of each new year relative to the stock market. Jason questions the validity of all three. Their discussion moves onto an article published by CNBC that gives the appearance that China’s economy is doing better than the U.S. As they delve into the six different charts one must wonder what the motivation was for the author. Visual charts are misleading and Jason explains why.

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