The Dirty Truth About Colorado Air Quality Regulations

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Former RTD Director Tina Francone joins Kim to talk about the dirty truth regarding Colorado air quality regulations and Governor Polis.

Unplanned faces an uphill battle from the mainstream media and Twitter—and still does great at the box office

Unplanned is the film adaption of Abby Johnson’s memoir of the same name. Johnson was a rising star at Planned Parenthood, until the day she was asked to assist with a late-term abortion. The experienced propelled her to become a pro-life advocate. Her powerful story is the basis for Unplanned, but the mainstream media gave it no attention during its opening weekend. Twitter’s treatment was even worse. The good news is that despite all the issues that would likely sink a Hollywood debut, Unplanned has exceeded box office projections.

Why are combustion-engine vehicles and the oil and gas industry the scapegoats for Colorado’s air quality?

Tina Francone, former RTD director and Jefferson County Commissioner, talks about the dirty truth when it comes to Colorado’s air quality, the role outside polluters, such as Western state wild-fires and the Chinese—play in affecting Colorado’s air quality. Why is Governor Polis focused on pinning the blame on gasoline-powered vehicles and the oil and gas industry?


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