Letters

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Email letters, March 16, 2015

By Staff

Support funding for health access for low-income Coloradans The Colorado Family Planning Initiative provides long acting and reversible contraception at low or no cost to low-income Coloradans. Affordable access to family planning is ...


Printed Letters: March 15, 2015

By Staff

County’s position on easements shortsighted I was disappointed at the decision of the Mesa County commissioners to take more time to consider whether or not to send a letter of support for the recent proposed easement request. When, at ...


Email letters, March 13, 2015

By Staff

Commissioners’ position on easement request was shortsighted, disappointing I was disappointed at the decision of the Mesa County Commissioners to take more time to consider whether or not to send a letter of support for the recent ...


Printed Letters: March 13, 2015

By Staff

Recent comic strip insulting to Christians In the comic strip “WuMo,” carried in the Sentinel on Wednesday, the strip shows Jesus approaching the water decked out in a kid’s life preserver and a snorkel. The caption points ...


Email letters, March 12, 2015

By Staff

Recent comic strip insulting to Christians In the comic strip “WuMo,” carried in the Sentinel on Wednesday, the strip shows Jesus approaching the water decked out in a kid’s life preserver and a snorkel. The caption points ...


Printed Letters: March 12, 2015

By Staff

Thurlow’s position isn’t the conservative one After voting Tuesday to ban “conversion” or “reparative” therapy, Rep. Dan Thurlow stated, “To me, the conservative position is to stay out of other ...


Email letters, March 11, 2015

By Staff

Colorado should capitalize on renewable energy potential Do you think that Colorado will ever run out of sunshine? I certainly don’t. As a solar business owner, I believe that harvesting one of our state’s best resources is of ...


Regulating the Internet is government overkill

By Staff

Regulating the Internet is government overkill The editorial on the FCC’s net neutrality ruling identified a nonexistent problem, solved with an ineffective solution, leading to a less efficient Internet system. Regulatory oversight of ...


Email letters, March 10, 2015

By Staff

Transparency amendment will inform us of data collected on children Software companies are making big money from your children’s data. They know things like name, height or eye color. Some know what a child likes, who her siblings are, ...


Printed Letters: March 10, 2015

By Staff

Commissioners should join effort to improve Internet The Sentinel did a fine job documenting on Sunday how far behind Mesa County is in broadband services. The number one reason businesses don’t come here is poor broadband. Fortunately ...


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