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Colorado to allow terminally ill patients to try drugs without FDA approval

In Colorado’s latest move to circumvent onerous federal laws, the Governor Hickenlooper has signed a bill into law that would allow terminally ill patients to access experimental medicine without getting approval from the FDA, a particularly grueling process especially considering patients may only have days or weeks to live. From Buzzfeed: “Right To Try” advocates hope […]


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Colorado House Vote on Red Light Camera Ban

The House Appropriations Committee followed the lead of the House Committee on State, Veterans, and Military Affairs and left the bill as a worthless study (which will now cost taxpayers even more money). By doing so, they turned the U.S. Constitution and the Sixth Amendment into a bill of sale. Those voting to kill S.B. […]


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Food Freedom, it does a body good!

The Food Freedom movement is getting a lot more attention these days, in particular for the bipartisan nature of the effort. In a recent article in The American Conservative magazine titled “Locavore Revolution,” Joel Salatin was quoted saying, “If there’s one bipartisan bridge, it’s food. Because everyone has to eat. The message is really community.” The […]


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One Step Closer to Victory in Colorado

Congratulations to Colorado Campaign for Liberty on SB 181, a bill to repeal and remove red light cameras in Colorado, passing the State Senate by a 21-14 vote!  It’s now up to the House to act. This is just another example of how Campaign for Liberty members are making a difference all across the country […]


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CO House Expands Police State

Last week the Colorado House failed to protect you from the federal government’s growing police state powers. The Democrat controlled House with the help of Republican Cheri Gerou (Evergreen) passed Colorado Senate Bill 13-013… …which gives the United States Secret Service or “Peace Officer” new sweeping powers to make arrests in the state – and […]


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