COGCC is unconstitutional

computer petition clipartHave you signed the petition?

Signatures for the petition
The Colorado Oil & Gas Commission is Unconstitutional
have surpassed the 750 mark.

The new goal is now set at 1000 signatures.

The COLORADO OIL & GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION (COGCC) statutes illegally altered the Colorado Constitution @ ART. V, Sec. 35, ART. XX, Sec. 6 without the “Consent of the Governed.” Therefore, Governor Hickenlooper and the Colorado General Assembly have violated their Constitutional Oaths and must convene a special Constitutional Convention to remedy the unconstitutional COLORADO OIL & GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION statutes.

Sign the petition

According to Anita Sherman, the Co-Lead Representative Plaintiff with Carl McWilliams in the pending Federal Class Action lawsuit, signing the petition is one way for citizens to add their names and be counted in the legal challenge to the constitutionality of the Colorado Oil & Gas Commission. Each and every signer will send a strong message that We the People of Colorado demand that our Governor and General Assembly strictly adhere to the U.S. and Colorado Constitutions.

On Friday, September 20, 2013, Governor Hickenlooper and Attorney General John Suthers received a “formal Notice of Intent to initiate a Federal Class Action against Governor John W. Hickenlooper in the Federal District Court of Colorado.”

The basis of the Federal Class Action lawsuit is that the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) statutes illegally altered the Colorado Constitution @ ART. V, Sec. 35, ART. XX, Sec. 6 without the Consent of the Governed, thereby rendering the COGCC authority and Governor’s enforcement of that authority as unconstitutional.

DRAFT: Federal Class Action Complaint Constitutional – Controversy

For more information: Class Action moves forward with Notice of Intent

Add your name to the growing list of citizen activists across Colorado and the U.S.

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