Letters

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Printed letters, April 24, 2013

By Staff

The Colorado River, listed as the nation’s most endangered river by American Rivers, supports 36 million Americans from Denver to Los Angeles and has created a $26 billion recreation economy. The Colorado River, along with its ...


Email letters, April 22, 2013

By Staff

Does educational welfare exist? Students start school at the age of five or six, spend at least seven hours per day for 160-180 days per year for a minimum of 12 years. Why are the reading, writing and math levels so low that 47 percent of ...


Printed letters, April 23, 2013

By Staff

This is in response to the recent article concerning whether Mesa County is complying with the law (Taxpayers Bill of Rights). This issue is a classic example of taxpayers not being represented by either county or state government. Taxing ...


Email letters, April 19, 2013

By Staff

City councilors act as judge, jury, executioner So the Grand Junction City Council has decided it has the right to act as judge, jury and executioner. Apparently due process and conflict of interest do not apply when its members are about to ...


Printed letters, April 19, 2013

By Staff

So, Steve King wants to pass legislation to eventually get $30 million to fund a firefighting fleet of airplanes. I agree that is an important request here in Colorado. But King and his Tea Party cohorts have now influenced economic policy ...


Email letters, April 18, 2013

By Staff

NRA thwarts wishes of majority of Americans Rarely, maybe never, is the American public wrong when close to 90 percent of the public agrees on an issue. That’s the rough percentage of Americans who agree that there should be stronger ...


Printed letters, April 18, 2013

By Staff

Some people in Colorado want to stop the drilling because of the environment or the deer and elk herds or sage grouse. These are all good reasons, but what about urban sprawl created by people building houses in the mountains, down by ...


Email letters, April 17, 2013

By Staff

Balancing budgets by slicing mental health programs is folly Recent mass shooting and heart-wrenching local suicides have again reminded us of the importance of mental health in our country and community. Nearly 3 in 10 Coloradans utilize ...


Printed letters, April 17, 2013

By Staff

It seems to me that in the case of Rick Brainard, many of us have forgotten some of the basic tenets of our republic. The first and foremost of those is that one is innocent until proven guilty of an offense. The second is that we are each ...


Email letters, April 16, 2013

By Staff

Change to National Park would create access problems All the politicos like to promote changing the monument to a national park with all the perceived benefit. But the change will be negative to all residents of Grand Valley. Ask Montrose ...


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