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Simon Lomax: "To be sure: We need specialists in politics and public policy. But when the champions of a single issue pursue their own interests to the exclusion of everything else, specialization becomes the enemy of good public policy. What seems like a solution to one problem actually makes another problem or set of problems much, much worse." Continue Reading

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Dan Haley: "In many cases there is no realistic transition away from oil and natural gas because there is no replacement product. If we obstruct local production, it means importing oil and natural gas from countries with poor labor and environmental standards, punting our environmental impacts to far corners of the planet and jeopardizing our global climate goals." Continue Reading

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Thomas Davidson: "I have been a member of the Summit County Early Childhood Council — Early Childhood Options — since 2000. Working in broad partnership with county and town governments, the school district, ski resorts, local businesses, and families, Early Childhood Options has served as the lynchpin for community wide engagement that has resulted in significantly increased public investment in early childhood programs." Continue Reading

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Fabio Cordeiro: "As a driver for both Uber and Postmates, I’m one of the over 50 million Americans who chose the freedom of independent work over the constraints of a cubicle. As that number continues to grow, our antiquated laws need to adapt to the new, modern workforce by providing us the benefits and protections we need while allowing us to keep the flexibility and independence we want." Continue Reading

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Nearly all Americans have concerns with America’s current forms of voting. For decades, liberals have claimed that voters are disenfranchised. The ACLU has a website dedicated to voting problems in the 2020 election. The ACLU claims politicians are trying “to manipulate political outcomes.” Sounds like conservatives concerned with the presidential election. I’m not sure, however, Twitter is putting disclaimers on ACLU’s content. Continue Reading

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Colorado voters have just successfully voted by mail in greater numbers than ever. More than 3 million Coloradans cast their ballots from the comfort and convenience of their homes, and by using a secure dropbox or by dropping their ballot in the mail; voters were also able to cast their ballots in person at Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs). Everything went smoothly, and the county clerks and the secretary of state are to be commended for a seamless election. Continue Reading