The Colorado Property Rights Coalition is a 501(c)(4) non-profit corporation that will be funded solely by donations. Our objectives and purpose shall include fighting for the property rights of all Colorado citizens, to educate, inform and advocate on behalf of the Corporation, its members, and the general public with regard to property rights issues, including, but not limited to: urban renewal, eminent domain, regulatory takings, private toll roads, public transportation projects, Smart Growth, water rights, smokers' rights, home owners associations, taxing, zoning and personal property rights.
Our officers (as individuals or
collectively) have been involved in property rights issues in
Arvada, Denver, Windsor, Longmont, Thornton, Westminster,
Broomfield, Wheat Ridge, and the "superslab" Toll Road. The
President of the Colorado Property Rights Coalition is also a
member of the Castle Coalition (of the Institute for Justice)
which fights for property rights across the United States.
We have drafted, negotiated and lobbied
the following property rights-related bills, HB 04-1203, SB
05-230, HB 05-1342, SB 05-154, SB 06-78, HB 06-1003, HB 06-1411,
HCR 06-1001, HB 07-1068, SB 07-89, plus many local ordinances
and charter amendments.
Our legal advisers has spoken at: Eminent
Domain Conference - CLE International - Featured Presenter -
August 2006; Real Estate Development Conference - CLE
International - Faculty/Lecturer - April 2006; Real Estate
Development Conference - CLE International - Faculty/Lecturer -
May 2005; Eminent Domain Conference - Lecturer/Faculty - August
2005; Eminent Domain Conference - Lecturer/Faculty - Novement
2006; Colorado Dairy Farmers Association - Land Use/Eminent
Domain - December 2006.
The Colorado Property Rights Coalition (CPRC) consists of members from across Colorado. We are the people waiting on you in the restaurants, the checkout clerk, gas station attendant, farmers, ranchers, working women and men, housewives, blue collar workers, small business owners, professionals, company executives, the people who sing in the choir, etc. We are the people who are tired of our property rights being abused and have decided to do something about it.The mission of the COLORADO PROPERTY RIGHTS COALITION is to help local community organizations in their fight against property rights abuse. We urge you to contact the CPRC so that we may provide you with the needed resources.
Donations by check or money order should be made payable to The Colorado Property Rights Coalition or the C.P.R.C. and mailed to:
The Colorado Property Rights Coalition
P.O. Box 526
Arvada, Colorado 80001-0526