hunter Policy
Colorado

Gun Control Takes Toll On Outdoor Recreation Across Colorado

The recent gun control measures approved in Colorado have already taken a toll on local individuals, businesses, and communities throughout the state. Those who work in the outdoor recreation industry, along with entire towns and counties that center around hunting and fishing, have been the first to experience the real economic effect of the new firearm regulations.

MAIG NYC.gov Organizations
Colorado

Mayors Against Illegal Guns Uses New York City Resources

The official website of gun control advocacy group Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG) is hosted by the City of New York, according to publicly available web hosting records. This revelation, first reported by conservative blogger John Ekdahl on June 20, is the latest evidence of coordination between government officials and MAIG using public resources.

Gun:Capital Policy
Colorado

Top 7 Negative Economic Effects of Colorado Gun Control

During Colorado’s 2012-2013 General Assembly legislative session, multiple restrictive gun control measures were passed and signed into law. The legislation package, which was backed by the liberal Bloomberg group Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG), is set to take effect on July 1 and includes 15 round limits on magazines, expanded background checks, firearm exchange regulation, and other new red tape implementation.

Policy
Ohio

Marijuana Legalization Legislation Introduced in Ohio House

State Representative Robert Hagan (D-Youngstown) recently introduced a bill which would legalize marijuana used for medical reasons, and has submitted a separate resolution to put marijuana legalization on the statewide ballot. House Bill 153 (HB 153), cosponsored by Rep. Mike Foley (D-Cleveland) and Rep. Dan Ramos (D-Lorain), would allow and regulate marijuana use for pain […]

Max-Tyler Policy
Colorado

Renewable Power Advocates Present Deceptive Rate-Hike Arguments in Colorado House Committee

The Colorado House Transportation and Energy Committee advanced a bill Wednesday to expand the state’s renewable power mandates after renewable power advocates presented deceptive arguments to hide the mandate’s costs to consumers. Senate Bill 252 requires rural electric cooperatives to derive 25 percent of their electricity from specially designated renewable sources by 2020. Under current […]

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