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Rick Turnquist, author and blogger, joins Kim to discuss whether or not the Colorado legislature should come back into session. Karen Levine, award winning realtor with RE/MAX Alliance, is upbeat regarding the housing market. Lorne Levy, mortgage specialist with Polygon Financial Group, polyfigroup.com, states that rates continue to stay low which creates an opportunity for refinancing or a mortgage.

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  • Lorne Levy, mortgage specialist with Polygon Financial Group, polyfigroup.com, states that rates continue to stay low which creates an opportunity for refinancing or a mortgage.
  • Karen Levine, award winning realtor with RE/MAX Alliance, is upbeat regarding the housing market.
  • Rick Turnquist, author and blogger, joins Kim to discuss whether or not the Colorado legislature should come back into session.

Should The Colorado Legislature Comes Back Into Session?

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Rick Turnquist

Rick Turnquist, author and blogger, joins Kim to discuss whether or not the Colorado legislature should come back into session.  Rick states that the only legislation that should be addressed is the state budget as this is mandated; once the budget is completed the session should end.  Non-essential workers should apply to state government workers as well.  The only source of revenue for the government is “money taken by force” as the government does not create or produce money.  Businesses are contracting and revenues are shrinking.  Spending needs to be adjusted accordingly, just like businesses and individuals must do.

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Jen Hulan is the owner of Waters Edge Winery and Bistro. Like many small business owners, Jen and her family and employees are being harmed by Colorado’s extreme COVID-19 restrictions. Jen tried to open her doors on May 1st, 6 weeks after closing them in March. The State of Colorado and Tri County Health shut her back down. Help Jen, because right now the government won’t let her help herself. 

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