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2014 Jefferson County Resolutions Adopted
Each Resolution was adopted by a 2/3 vote of the Assembly
- Repeal Obamacare (aka the Affordable Care Act) entirely.
- Follow the US Constitution and Bill of Rights to protect the individual.
- Support and protect the 2nd Amendment’s right to keep and bear arms.
- Oppose Common Core and centralized control of education.
- Repeal all gun control legislation passed by the 2013 legislature.
- Balance the federal budget.
- Encourage a strong national defense and support our troops.
- Require Colorado photo ID for voting.
- Reduce spending and the national debt.
- The Republican Party shall be Pro-Life, defend life from conception to natural death, and oppose government funding for abortion.
- Secure all borders.
- Support all forms of domestic energy development including fracking, building the Keystone Pipeline, and encouraging a free market energy policy.
- Promote all school choices, encourage vouchers, and support charter schools.
- Enforce all immigration laws.
- Support traditional marriage between 1 Man and 1 Woman.
- Repeal same-day voter registration and exclusive mail-in balloting.
- Stimulate job growth and free market by reducing business regulations and promoting private sector jobs.
- Support religious freedom and ‘Religious Freedom Acts’.
- Assimilate immigrants by making English the official language.
- Reduce the size of government and reduce government regulations.
- Support legislation to enable Federal Term limits.
- Oppose changes to the RNC rules such as “Rule 16” that attempted to give the national party control over state party rules.
Resolutions adopted at the 2014 Colorado State Assembly: 2014 Colorado GOP Resolutions
News from the Colorado Senate
The Senate Republicans received a letter from the Division of Insurance stating that over 20,000 more health insurance plans will be discontinued. Click here to read the letter.
Senator Kent Lambert (R- Colorado Springs) received the Colorado Community Colleges Champion Star award. The award is presented to legislators who champion the causes of the community college system. “Colorado’s community colleges are vital to the economic future of Colorado,” said Lambert. “They provide an invaluable service to students across the state by providing a high-quality learning environment at reasonable and affordable costs. I am truly honored to be given this prestigious award.” Sen. Lambert was specifically chosen for the award due to his work on the Joint Budget Committee and his works towards securing $10 million for building renovation at Red...
DENVER – For Republican Sen. Ellen Roberts, there really is no such thing as a break from the state Legislature. Perhaps it’s a good thing that she’s running unopposed this election cycle, as Roberts has been flying back and forth from Durango to Denver regularly this summer. Her work has been on two separate committees, one addressing water issues facing the state, and another focused on wildfire matters. In the last two weeks, Roberts recommended legislation that would: Assist volunteer fire departments with organizing. Empower state employees to conduct safe prescribed burns without fear of liability. Assist farmers with property taxes if land is destroyed by...