The 5th circuit court reaffirmed the position that Representative Holtorf took to the Prowers County hospital board last month concerning the civil rights and the constitutional rights violations that may be imposed on the good citizens of House District 64 by the Governors Directives to the Colorado Department of Public Health with respect to firing employees who had not complied with the mandatory vaccination mandates.

Representative Hortorf was referencing background on the lack of consideration of the 23 religious and medical exemptions that were submitted and all but one were denied by the board, administrative staff, and leadership of the Prowers County hospital.

Rep. Holtorf states “As this situation continues to be litigated, the constitutional rights and civil liberties, of all the citizens, who are being forced to receive vaccines they do not want, will be adjudicated and determined that governments do not have the overreach to violate the 1st amendment rights of those citizens who were, before these latest government mandates, heroes from the front lines fighting covid and because of their desire not to be vaccinated now, become zeros and are fired from the front line in a time where we have one of the highest levels of covid incidents in Colorado” 

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NRA-PVF “A” rating and endorsement for the 2022 Colorado General Election

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U.S. Army Col. Richard Alonso Holtorf in Afghanistan