Regulation of journalism proposed as Republican resolution during Mesa County assembly

Colorado Newsline: Republicans who gathered at the Mesa County party assembly on Saturday in Grand Junction had the opportunity to vote on 46 proposed resolutions. One of the resolutions proposed supporting the “registration and regulation of journalism to protect against the Marxist agenda.”

Anyone may submit a resolution at their party precinct caucus. Resolutions are then compiled onto a paper ballot and voted on by delegates at the county assembly, said Mesa County GOP Chairman Kevin McCarney.

“Personally, I’m against regulation of any business,” said McCarney, when asked if he supports the resolution that would register and regulate journalism.

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