PTM Launches ColoradoPolicy.org

After months of work, I’m thrilled to announce the launch of ColoradoPolicy.org, a clearinghouse for proven solutions on key issues facing the state.

We know Colorado’s great, but word has gotten out, and with that growth comes challenges. We built ColoradoPolicy.org to be a resource for policymakers who are tired of old school, big government policies and ready to embrace creative solutions that empower Colorado’s diverse communities.

ColoradoPolicy.org is a mobile-friendly website presenting solutions and background on issues critical to Colorado’s future, including:

  • TABOR
  • Education
  • Energy
  • Fracking
  • Setbacks
  • Immigration

Each topic includes quick summaries, deep backgrounders, key facts, solutions and resources to help policymakers better present policies that create more freedom and opportunity for Coloradans.

Additional issue areas will be added throughout the year.

This project is the result of months of work from some of the brightest policy experts from Colorado and across the nation. I am incredibly grateful for the encouragement, contributions, feedback and support from every individual who has been a part of this project.

Our work does not stop here. Every day, PTM is talking to Coloradans about effective solutions to policy questions facing our state. ColoradoPolicy.org is just one way we are trying to get the message out about the best ways to create freedom and opportunity in this beautiful place we call home.

About Principles That Matter

In case you’re curious, Principles That Matter is a Colorado-based 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan initiative dedicated to connecting modern citizens with timeless principles.

PTM is singularly focused on reaching disengaged, moderate citizens and introducing them to effective public policy perspectives and solutions based on principles of the American founding.

This focus on middle-of-the-road citizens has led to groundbreaking research on the media habits, demographics, behaviors, and values of many segments of our society. PTM’s research is increasingly used by Colorado and national policy organizations and elected officials.

PTM also conducts trainings to help stakeholders and elected officials better understand how to connect with moderate citizens and effectively communicate policies based on principle.

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