It is always good when senators from both parties recognize that looking to the government, and giving it more power over individuals, is not the answer.



Thank you. I encourage everyone to send an email to the seven senators that stood up for freedom. They are:




They are:




Linda Newell, Vice-Chair (D) linda.newell.senate@gmail.com

Kevin Lundberg (R) kevin@kevinlundberg.com



Shawn Mitchell (R)l shawnmitch@aol.com






Thanks to the state Senators that voted for freedom and against the police state yesterday.

Thank you to the seven state Senators on the Health and Human Services Committee that voted to protect individual freedom and against expanding the massively failed drug war yesterday.

On a 7-2 vote, the committee killed Senate Bill 196, which would have made it illegal to purchase Sudafed (and similar over the counter medicines) without a doctor’s prescription. Law enforcement was the driving force behind the bill, saying it was necessary to combat meth-amphetamine production.

Socially conservative Senator Lundberg, before voting against the bill, nailed it: “I am troubled by the testimony in favor of the bill that there is no acknowledgment of the liberties and freedoms of citizens compromised by this.” (See “Colorado Senate panel rejects more limits on meds used in meth.”)

It is always good when senators from both parties recognize that looking to the government, and giving it more power over individuals, is not the answer.

Thank you. I encourage everyone to send an email to the seven senators that stood up for freedom. They are:

They are:

Linda Newell, Vice-Chair (D) linda.newell.senate@gmail.com

Kevin Lundberg (R) kevin@kevinlundberg.com

Shawn Mitchell (R)l shawnmitch@aol.com

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