Support expanded public access on state trust lands in Colorado!

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Ryan Thompson
4 years ago
I'm signing because I hunt and fish on public lands and would love to have access to more of it

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Blake Bartz
4 years ago
State owned land should be open for recreational use and managed for multiple use.

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Jeffery Moore
4 years ago
I plan to eventually move to Colorado and with the increase the state has already seen there will need to be more lands opened for hunting and fishing, even at a nominal charge.
This would also be a massive boom in revenue for both the public and private sectors as I've know many, many people who love to hunt in Colorado and will be even more likely to do so if more lands are opened. More hunters means much more business and tax revenues on top of the fees for access and licensing.

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Kyle McCormick
5 years ago
The more land we have hunt on the less damage hunters will cause because we are more spread out.

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Mark Pennington
5 years ago
This land is our land. Freedom to explore this world in it's undisturbed state is important to all people including, hunters, fishermen, . The privilege (read ,right) should not be limited by business or bureaucracy

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Marvin Wright
5 years ago
I love fishing!!

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David Harmon
5 years ago
I am for public access to all state ground. I feel that our tax dollars should give us access to all state and federal ground within reason.

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Justin Schomerus
5 years ago
Public lands should be available for public use.

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Kenneth Rostad Jr.
5 years ago
I love to hunt state land and wish there was more available.

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Robert Barnes
5 years ago
Public land is for the public to use.