They said Democrats had learned their lesson and would not overreach like they did the last time they were given unchecked power. They were wrong.
While the federal government has reopened, the focus is now even stronger on the issue of immigration, and the opportuntiy to create a long-term solutions.
Gov. Polis proposes several ideas he believes will help issues facing Colorado. It will be up to the legislature to decide if they are proposals that work.
On issue after issue, Governor Polis outlined broad, positive objectives on which we can all agree, then immediately offered narrow, ideological solutions.
As the shutdown continues, polling indicates Americans are well aware of it — and even who’s to blame — but opinions are changing as it continues.
Rather than wait for the government to sort itself out, Americans should be able to use our voices – and our wallets – to fund projects we believe in.
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