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News

Douglas County Commissioners and Sheriff encourage opposition to state measure to reduce jail population

Posted on April 8, 2021 2021Public Safety

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In this joint public service announcement, the Board of Douglas County Commissioners and the Douglas County Sheriff voice concern about the passage of Senate Bill 62 and encourage opposition and making your opinion known.

Watch the video of the Commissioners and Sheriff expressing that this bill is an overbroad “Get out of Jail Free” card that is anti-community safety, and the wrong policy for Douglas County and all Colorado communities.

Join your County Commissioners, Lora Thomas, Abe Laydon and George Teal, and Sheriff Tony Spurlock in opposition to this bill.

Watch and share this PSA and call the Colorado Senate Majority office today at 303-866-2195 and urge them to postpone indefinitely – and thus defeat – Senate Bill 62.

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