Letters

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Email letters, Dec. 10, 2012

By Staff

Seize the day in tackling problem of water shortage I am really worried about the water situation here in the Grand Valley. We may be in deep trouble if there isn’t sufficient snow or rainfall this winter. We need to find a solution to ...


Published letters, December 9, 2012

By Staff

Some press accounts have cited sources that call the Hall bill (H.R. 6603) an oil shale subsidy. It is not. Oil shale firms will not receive this funding. This funding is for research by government agencies — principally the Department ...


Email letters, Dec. 7, 2012

By Staff

Maintaining security, freedom should top list of government priorities The United Nations charter, I thought, was to maintain peace. Instead they encourage violence and mayhem by a terrorist organization to rain rockets over civilian ...


Printed letters, December 7, 2012

By Staff

In regard to Amy Hamilton’s “to do list” article in Monday’s paper, what part of TABOR do she and the city council not understand? It was passed so that when the government over-taxes, money is returned to those who ...


Email letters, Dec. 6, 2012

By Staff

Remove lethal means if someone seems suicidal First of all, I want to be clear that I’m not on an anti-gun mission. However, in 1970 when my dad was threatening suicide, I took custody of his 12-gauge shotgun. I still have it, and he ...


Printed letters, December 6, 2012

By Staff

Congratulations on the informative and comprehensive report on Mesa County health care in the Nov. 25 edition of The Daily Sentinel. I now understand why it’s been so difficult to obtain physician services in Grand Junction. I actually ...


Email letters, Dec. 5, 2012

By Staff

Turn slippery debt slopes into safe steps for economy We must use both reduced spending cuts and enhanced governmental revenues to reach our goals of fiscal solvency and a steadily recovering productive economy for the future. Let us turn the ...


Printed letters, December 5, 2012

By Staff

The “fiscal cliff” would allow taxes to go up an average of $2,200 per family of four and would impose an additional hardship on middle-class families who have already suffered through the Great Recession (caused by the ...


Email letters, Dec. 4, 2012

By Staff

Increased death tax would suck life out of family businesses If a parent dies before the end of this year, a small business (farm, ranch, gas field services, retailer, etc.) has a death-tax exemption of $5 million, and the highest tax rate ...


Printed letters, December 4, 2012

By Staff

I recently read an article in The Daily Sentinel headlined, “Mammograms lead to unneeded treatment.” It is kind of ironic, but the very same day you ran the article, I received a phone call from a pathologist at Community Hospital ...


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