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(VIDEO) Maddow speculates ‘awkward’ encounter between Fischer and Romney at Values Voter Summit

Blogs lit up late last week, when it became apparent that even though the American Family Association’s (AFA) Bryan Fischer is not listed as a scheduled
Jul 31, 2020

(VIDEO) Maddow speculates ‘awkward’ encounter between Fischer and Romney at Values Voter Summit

(VIDEO) Maddow speculates ‘awkward’ encounter between Fischer and Romney at Values Voter Summit

Blogs lit up late last week, when it became apparent that even though the American Family Association’s (AFA) Bryan Fischer is not listed as a scheduled
Blogs lit up late last week, when it became apparent that even though the American Family Association’s (AFA) Bryan Fischer is not listed as a scheduled
Jul 31, 2020

Georgia’s new immigration law triggers boycotts, protests

Georgia’s new immigration law triggers boycotts, protests

An immigration enforcement bill recently signed into law by its governor has triggered threats of boycotts and other forms of protest by groups that led an unsuccessful campaign calling for a veto. # A national group called Somos Republicans (whose name translates to “we are Republicans”) sent a letter to Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Company asking it stop contributing to elected officials who voted for Georgia’s immigration enforcement bill, which was signed into law last week by Republican Gov. Nathan Deal.
An immigration enforcement bill recently signed into law by its governor has triggered threats of boycotts and other forms of protest by groups that led an unsuccessful campaign calling for a veto. # A national group called Somos Republicans (whose name translates to “we are Republicans”) sent a letter to Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Company asking it stop contributing to elected officials who voted for Georgia’s immigration enforcement bill, which was signed into law last week by Republican Gov. Nathan Deal.
Jul 31, 2020

Colorado ballot initiative could overturn gay marriage ban

Colorado ballot initiative could overturn gay marriage ban

State establishment political progressives, including the staff at gay rights group OneColorado, seem cool on Aurora college student Mark Olmestead’s plan to introduce a 2012 ballot initiative that would overturn the state’s gay marriage ban . There’s a sense that financial and human resources would be better spent pressing lawmakers to pass legislation securing equal rights for LGBT citizens here
State establishment political progressives, including the staff at gay rights group OneColorado, seem cool on Aurora college student Mark Olmestead’s plan to introduce a 2012 ballot initiative that would overturn the state’s gay marriage ban . There’s a sense that financial and human resources would be better spent pressing lawmakers to pass legislation securing equal rights for LGBT citizens here
Jul 31, 2020

Colorado begins campaign aimed at drugged driving

Colorado begins campaign aimed at drugged driving

Friday, the Colorado Department of Transportation launched an anti-drugged driving campaign aimed at educating people about the dangers–and illegality–of driving while on drugs. In addition to alcohol, the department said it and various law enforcement agencies are on the lookout for medical marijuana users, people driving under the influence of other legally prescribed medicines and even some over the counter medications. From the CDOT web site: CDOT, the Colorado State Patrol and statewide law enforcement agencies are kicking off the national DUI crackdown by launching a new campaign aimed at preventing drugged driving – including driving under the influence of prescription medication, over-the-counter medication, medical marijuana and illicit drugs
Friday, the Colorado Department of Transportation launched an anti-drugged driving campaign aimed at educating people about the dangers–and illegality–of driving while on drugs. In addition to alcohol, the department said it and various law enforcement agencies are on the lookout for medical marijuana users, people driving under the influence of other legally prescribed medicines and even some over the counter medications. From the CDOT web site: CDOT, the Colorado State Patrol and statewide law enforcement agencies are kicking off the national DUI crackdown by launching a new campaign aimed at preventing drugged driving – including driving under the influence of prescription medication, over-the-counter medication, medical marijuana and illicit drugs
Jul 31, 2020
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