Life, liberty and used cars? Noticed this earlier while visiting the website of one of the more vocal conservative groups in the state, former gubernatorial candidate Gordon Howie’s Life and Liberty Group. The group’s purpose is to “promote Conservative, Christian values in our families communities and government.” But right among the links for their web videos and legislator score card is a link for… “autos for sale”?
Clicking through produces a list of used vehicles, most of them around a decade old and costing between $1,000 and $3,000.
Though I think of the group as politics-focused, there don’t appear to be any legal reasons why they can’t sell cars. They’re organized not as a nonprofit but as a limited liability company. It’s just an unexpected find.

Life, liberty and used cars?┬áNoticed this earlier while visiting the website of one of the more vocal conservative groups in the state, former gubernatorial candidate Gordon Howie’s Life and Liberty Group. The group’s purpose is to “promote Conservative, Christian values in our families communities and government.” But right among the links for their web videos and legislator score card is a link for… “autos for sale”?

Clicking through produces a list of used vehicles, most of them around a decade old and costing between $1,000 and $3,000.

Though I think of the group as politics-focused, there don’t appear to be any legal reasons why they can’t sell cars. They’re organized not as a nonprofit but as a limited liability company. It’s just an unexpected find.

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