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Colorado Decides 2014

Colorado Decides 2014 "Prop. 105 - GMO Labeling Ballot Issue Debate"

Friday, October 17 at 7:00 pm on Channel 12.1
Robyn O'Brien (pro) and Dana Bieber (con) square off in this 30-minute debate of Proposition 105, which would mandate labeling of genetically modified food.

Repeats

Monday, October 20 at 2:00 pm   on Channel  12.1
Sunday, October 26 at 10:00 pm   on Channel  12.1

Upcoming Episodes

Governor's Race Debate
Today at 2:00 pm on Channel 12.2
Prop. 104 Debate
Today at 2:30 pm on Channel 12.1

Past Episodes

Prop. 104 Debate
Friday, October 17 at 7:30 pm on Channel 12.1
Congressional District 4 Debate
Monday, October 13 at 2:30 pm on Channel 12.1

Viewer Comments

political debate livestreams
Posted: October 10, 2014 by Jackie Parkins
Program: Colorado Decides 2014
Are you just not live streaming debates anymore? I don't have my tv hooked up to cable at all, only internet, so I can't watch these debates if you don't stream them, but I'm not finding an actual link anywhere.
CPT12 Response:
Thank you for your email.
You can stream past Colorado Decides Debates at:
http://video.cpt12.org/program/colorado-decides/
The next live stream debate will be the gubernatorial race, October 24th at 8pm. It will be available for live streaming at:
http://www.cpt12.org/election
All the Best,
Joan
CPT12 Staff
Colorado Decides 2014 October Debate
Posted: October 9, 2014 by Lizabeth Morrow-Nold
Program: Colorado Decides 2014
Question for both 2014 Governor-wanna-be's regarding "Clift Effect"... I am a 52 y.o. mother of 2 adult females (22 & 26)and new grandmother. Divorced after 21 year marriage to an adulterous WA attorney. October 2012 roll-over auto accident with 5 months of physical therapy. Current full-time FRCC-Boulder student in MOT to be a Medical Assistant. Active in CO Workforce, Boulder County "Circles" and "Thrive" Programs. Receiving Medicaid, RTD transit rider, no food stamps but Sister Carmen Food Bank Assistance. Own small townhome. Bad credit but small bank acct. "What efforts would you take part in to help understand and implement for hard-working, goal-achieving individuals caught in the "Clift Effect" between poverty and successful productivity???" Many former upper-middle class, women are slipping through the cracks. Please consider this issue and question. Thank you, Lizabeth P.S. I would love 2 tickets to the event with my Sister Carmen advocate. Please contact me at (720) 557-0872. FYI-my bills: Verizon, Xcel, Erie H2O, Property Taxes, HOA Renters Ins., but no cable, no car, no savings, no extras, yet smart and healthy!
kenscarpenter@hotmail.com
Posted: September 30, 2014 by Kenneth Carpenter
Program: Colorado Decides 2014
Hello I enjoyed the debate on Mr. Dezzuttis show about GMOs. A more fundamental point is to address the health effects of GMOs. If they are, in fact, safe for human consumption, as they suggest, than there would be no further discussion. Resistence to this legislation is admission of guilt, as it were, that they are hamful. In fact, would they not embrasss the labeling of GMOs? Sincerely Ken Carpenter
CPT12 Response:
Thank you for your email and take on GMO labeling. I have forwarded your comments to Mr. Dezzutti.
All the Best,
Joan
CPT12 Staff

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