Letters

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Email letters, January 29, 2014

By Staff

Does Broncos’ owner want fans to eat cake? According to the latest head count, more Seahawk fans will now be at the Super Bowl game than Bronco fans. Apparently the Bronco organization feels it needs money by scamming its ticket holders ...


Printed letters, January 29, 2014

By Staff

Raising the minimum wage should be a no-brainer, but we will have to convince Rep. Scott Tipton and his Republican colleagues. The proposed $9 per hour minimum (up from the current $7.25) doesn’t even get workers to where they were in ...


Email letters, January 28, 2014

By Staff

Cost of drilling is main reason oil industry has left West Slope I feel I must respond to Marcia Neal’s comments about environmentalists being [ITAL] entirely [ITAL] at fault for the oil industry leaving the Western Slope. Regulations ...


Printed letters, January 28, 2014

By Staff

Grand Junction should be applauded for finally pursuing the collection of methane gas from the Persigo plant to be used as a motor fuel for the transit and service fleet. While this technology has been around for years, the abundance of cheap ...


Email letters, January 27, 2014

By Staff

Cost of firefighting fleet would ‘eat this state alive’ Gov. Hickenlooper should be skeptical of Sen. Steve King’s idea for Colorado to have its own fleet of slurry bomber aircraft to fight wildfires. King has said ...


Printed letters, January 26, 2014

By Staff

John Justman’s statement that “Western Colorado counties generally are not plagued by the ozone and pollution problems facing the Front Range” is highly subjective, at best. What Mesa County lacks is hard data. Monitors ...


Email letters, January 24, 2014

By Staff

Nation’s war began more than two decades ago In a recent issue of the Weekly Standard, Frederick Kagan writes that former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates declares in his book, “Duty,” that we (this nation) are at war, a ...


Printed letters, January 26, 2014

By Staff

John Justman’s statement that “Western Colorado counties generally are not plagued by the ozone and pollution problems facing the Front Range” is highly subjective, at best. What Mesa County lacks is hard data. Monitors ...


Printed letters, January 24, 2014

By Staff

Several articles concerning marijuana have appeared recently in The Daily Sentinel. One said the price of pot in state-approved marijuana stores is up to $400 an ounce. Add to that the 25 percent tax, and the price is up to $500 an ounce. ...


Email letters, January 23, 2014

By Staff

Interior has long violated state laws regarding our legal rights Welcome to the party, Daily Sentinel. Thursday’s editorial was “spot on” in saying that Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell violated Colorado state law with the ...


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