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Most Coloradans say development & population growth are crowding out state's attractiveness

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  by  Roy Beck

Anti-growth is a 90-to-10 voter issue in Colorado that almost no elected, corporate or civic leaders in the state are talking about in this election season.

A new poll of 1,024 likely voters by Rasmussen Reports found that:

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U.S. projected to lose 18 million acres of farmland by 2060

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  by  Jeremy Beck

As development consumes farmland to accommodate more people, the demand for food also grows. America's capacity to provide basic resources (water, food, fiber) to its citizens is on a collision course with its population growth. Beyond the short term, however, they can only hope to slow the loss of farmland growth — not stop it — if the national population continues to increase by more than two million people each year.

In the long-term, federal immigration policy is projected to drive nearly all future population growth. Thus, the ultimate fate of American agriculture is in the hands of federal policy makers

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Our "Progressive" Immigration Laws Take us Back to Child Labor of the 19th Century

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  by  Jared Culver

One of the few areas of steady bipartisan consensus is that mass immigration is the silver bullet to solve a wide variety of issues in the country. This brings us to the tragic story out of Alabama where it has been discovered young children were being employed at a Hyundai subsidiary. These are the collateral damage stories for the pie-in-the-sky 'nation of immigrants' narrative we are told.

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