July 25, 2016

The Columbus Telegram July 21, 2016 by NICHOLAS BERGIN A coalition of leaders from six Nebraska ag groups on Wednesday came out against amending the state’s constitution to guarantee the “right to farm” and said legislators should be focused on tax reform and specifically reducing property taxes. Ag groups were divided …

July 22, 2016

Lincoln Journal Star July 21, 2016 by NICHOLAS BERGIN A coalition of leaders from six Nebraska ag groups on Wednesday came out against amending the state’s constitution to guarantee the “right to farm” and said legislators should be focused on tax reform and specifically reducing property taxes. Ag groups were divided …

June 29, 2016

The Huffington Post June 28, 2016 by Michele Swenson In Colorado as in other states, it has been observed that very often “Corporations write laws, legislators enact them, and the courts enforce them.” Since the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) began writing state preemption laws to override local bans on tobacco …

June 27, 2016

The Gazette June 26, 2016 by Tamra Farah So far this year, Americans for Prosperity-Colorado has reached out to over 700,000 Coloradans on the phones and at their doors discussing issues critical to economic freedom. Now, we’ve just launched a grass-roots effort to Protect Property Rights & Safe Energy Development in …

June 25, 2016

Civil Beat June 22, 2016 by Patrick K. Shea If the state Legislature were willing to lead on important pesticide and genetically engineered (GE) crop issues, counties could obtain the protections they seek for their citizens and for their land without having to devote time and resources to defending thoughtful and …