SB19-232: Weaponizing Colorado’s Department of State

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Cassie George is in the studio all day with Kim and Suzanne Staiert explains SB19-232 and the attempt to weaponize Colorado's Department of State.

Rush to Reason’s Cassie George is today’s guest chick

For a special Friday treat Cassie George, co-host and co-producer of KLZ 560’s Rush to Reason, brings the perspective of a conservative twenty-something to the show. Cassie, Kim and Producer Steve discuss Hilary Clinton’s astounding and brazen hypocrisy in regards to the recent arrest of Julian Assange of Wikileaks and break down the irony of so-called liberal “progressives” engaging in regressive, autocratic policies.

Suzanne Staiert on the weaponization of the Department of State

Former Colorado deputy Secretary of State Suzanne Staiert joins Kim and Cassie to talk about the seemingly-innocuous threat of SB19-232. Marketed as”the codification of the rules of the secretary of state addressing the procedures for the enforcement of state laws governing campaign finance,” the bill also has the power to turn the Department of State into a club with which to bludgeon and harass non-profits and political opponents. This might be the worst new bill of 2019. Do not miss this show!

 

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