Sue Moore from the Republican Liberty Caucus of Colorado joins Kim to “lowlight” bills that will hopefully be eliminated due to the fiscal crunch impinging the state budget for FY2020-2021. This includes the public option bill and healthcare bills with mandates and heavy regulation in the House. The Senate bill regarding a mandated state retirement program will be destructive to businesses that are already experiencing revenue loss from coronavirus policies. Hopefully occupational portability will become law as we have seen the positive benefits of this in the healthcare industry today when regulations were lifted.
Rob Natelson from the Independence Institute, constitutional expert and former constitutional law professor, joins Kim to discuss our basic freedoms. We have to incorporate “active thinking.” The progressive left is in power and our restriction on freedom will come from the states as they have “police powers.” These powers have traditionally included closing businesses, quarantine, and travel restrictions, to name a few. Rob talks about “Government Distancing” and “community resistance.” Putting our current circumstances into perspective there is no reason for panic.