Heather Sykes

answered 2016-05-01 14:33:30 -0600
Q: Do you support requiring the words “Mile High” remain in the name of the Broncos’ stadium?
A: Yes

“Mile High” to be kept in the name of the Denver Broncos stadium

A bipartisan House bill (HB16-1455) was introduced this week to require “Mile High” to be kept in the name of the Denver Broncos’ stadium. It passed the House Business Affairs and Labor Committee and will now head to the House floor for a vote.

answered 2016-01-03 09:35:06 -0700
Q: Do you support or oppose increasing the gasoline tax to fund transportation projects across the state?
A: Oppose

2016 Legislative Survey

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signed 2nd Amendment Petition 2013-03-02 13:45:08 -0700
Our 2nd amendment rights are so important. This country was founded on the principal of freedom. Please do what the people elected you to do and legislate so as to protect us from our enemies, both foreign and domestic. We are losing our rights from within. Leave politics aside and govern as our founding fathers would have and DID govern, with love of freedom and faith in law abiding people to govern their lives with respect for good, constitutional law.

2nd Amendment Petition

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The Second Amendment is under attack in Colorado. Guided by East Coast gun control lobbyists, Democrats are ushering in extreme proposals to criminalize private transfers of firearms; implement an ambiguously written magazine ban that will drive businesses out of the state; impose fees for purchasers of firearms and other back-handed legislative proposals to execute gun control.

This is why we are asking for your immediate help in combating these outrageous pieces of legislation. Please sign our online petition telling the Democrat majority you OPPOSE these gun control measures!

HB 1224: bans magazines with a capacity of more than 15 bullets. Magazines owned prior to the ban can be kept but cannot be transferred, sold, etc.

HB 1226: prohibits concealed carry on public college campuses.

HB 1228: charges fees for background checks.

HB 1229: requires a background check to be conducted by a licensed firearms dealer before any sale or transfer of a firearm. “Transfer” includes lending a firearm to a friend or family member on a temporary basis.

SB 195: requires concealed carry permit applicants to complete training in-person.

SB 196: “Assault Weapons Responsibility Act” makes users, owners, sellers, distributors, and manufacturers of firearms liable for harm caused by any firearm that was under their control at one point in time and is later misused by someone else.

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