Proposition 114

mallardsx2

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Well then. I am really following this one and I am glad to see that about half of you Coloradan's have some common sense.

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mallardsx2

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I also find it interesting that these results were updated at 7:49AM when it is only 7:40AM....???
 
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hopefully it fails but even if it does it will just be on the next ballet and the next and the next till it does pass.

fight to delay it but the wolves ARE coming
 

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they will be shoved down your throats any how.


how could they not be????????????? the people really ,really want em.
 

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So if it does pass and the federal government no longer have wolves protected what is going to happen ?? I am really curious.
They will be still protected here in Colorado even if all the states around Colorado have hunting seasons for them.

I got that from a program that I watched the other night
 

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The vote was FOR = 1,412,507 ; AGAINST = 1,402, 820 DIFFERENCE is 9,687 votes.

The ballot language requires the P & W Department to conduct a study on how to procede. My guess is that it will be several year before any releases occur. I have also heard that there will be another petition circulated to change it back to no wolves in Colorado.

We'll see.................
 

kidoggy

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The vote was FOR = 1,412,507 ; AGAINST = 1,402, 820 DIFFERENCE is 9,687 votes.

The ballot language requires the P & W Department to conduct a study on how to procede. My guess is that it will be several year before any releases occur. I have also heard that there will be another petition circulated to change it back to no wolves in Colorado.

We'll see.................
I predict they will be releasing wolves in colo by 2022. likely sooner.
 

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I cant tell the difference between a wolf and a coyote. I bet you a lot of other people cant either. I hope they put pink collars on them.
 

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I cant tell the difference between a wolf and a coyote. I bet you a lot of other people cant either. I hope they put pink collars on them.
I can. now an elk and a moo cow is a different story.
beef it's what's for dinner!
 

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I know how you feel, Cowboy, Portland pretty much controls us.....here in Oregon
It's not just the bigger cities anymore. I live in Eagle County where Vail and Beaver Creek ski resorts are located at. This area has been blue for a long time now. It is the same with Aspen to the south of me and Steamboat to the north. They are all a solid blue.

It's to the point that a country boy has nowhere to run anymore.
 

kidoggy

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It's not just the bigger cities anymore. I live in Eagle County where Vail and Beaver Creek ski resorts are located at. This area has been blue for a long time now. It is the same with Aspen to the south of me and Steamboat to the north. They are all a solid blue.

It's to the point that a country boy has nowhere to run anymore.
that's a good thing . maybe they will finally stop running.