Posted on Dec 9, 2015
Jared Grifoni, LPCC Chairman, speaks at the
Collier Board of County Commissioners on Dec. 8
Collier County Libertarians did much more than just say “no” to more Big Government. They responded to threats of regulating Uber and other ride-sharing services with a bold proposal to deregulate the entire taxi industry—and won!
They sealed their victory on December 8 when the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) voted 4-1 to finalize an earlier provisional decision. Continue reading
A coalition of Boulder County voters, including Green Party of Colorado members, sit in at Rep. Jared Polis’ office to protest the TPP and Fast Track.
From the Green Party of Colorado, a letter to the editor printed at the Boulder Weekly:
All across the state, Coloradans are expressing their deep disappointment in Rep. Jared Polis’ vote to support [Nov. 19] SAFE Act, which adds yet another layer to an already years-long process of admitting refugees into the United States, in the wake of the bombing of Syria. Continue reading
From Richard Winger at Ballot Access News:
On December 4, the Libertarian Party and the Constitution Party filed a lawsuit against the Kentucky definition of a qualified party. The case is Libertarian Party of Kentucky v Grimes, e.d. 3:15cv-86. Continue reading
Lynn S. Kahn
According to an email received from Reform Party national chairman David Collison, three individuals are currently declared as seeking the Reform Party’s presidential nomination: Ed Chlapowski, Ken Cross, and Lynn Kahn. IPR previously reported on Cross, the party’s 2012 vice presidential nominee, here. The party is currently conducting an internal poll to gauge member support for the candidates. Continue reading