Letters

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E-mail letters, March 29, 2010

By Staff

Natural gas produces greenhouse gases Natural gas is being promoted by the industry as a transition fuel that is cleaner for the environment than oil or coal. Yet the consumption of natural gas still puts greenhouse hydrocarbons, including ...


Printed letters, March 28, 2010

By Staff

My partner and I own and operate Grand Valley Hybrids and Grand Valley Farms in Grand Junction. Our families have farmed here since 1958. We sell hybrid seed corn, alfalfa seed and related products to farmers, feeders, and dairymen in 12 ...


E-mail letters, March 27, 2010

By Staff

We are the government and it is all of us I am writing in reference to Rick Wagner’s editorial of March 25, 2010: I am a 56-year-old man whose friends routinely chide him about his liberal political leanings. It is in good fun, and ...


Printed letters, March 28, 2010

By Staff

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is indeed a political grandstander. Instead of wasting taxpayers’ money fighting a misguided and politically motivated battle to prevent health care reform in Colorado, he should focus on the real ...


E-mail letters, March 26, 2010

By Staff

Suthers’ lawsuit is political grandstanding Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is indeed a political grandstander. Instead of wasting taxpayers’ money fighting a misguided and politically motivated battle to prevent health ...


Printed letters, March 26, 2010

By Staff

Real immigration reform will help area agriculture My partner and I own and operate Grand Valley Hybrids and Grand Valley Farms in Grand Junction. Our families have farmed here since 1958. We sell hybrid seed corn, alfalfa seed and related ...


E-mail letters, March 25, 2010

By Robin Dearing

Austism is challenging for all involved As a mother reading the story about jury selection in the Jacob Grabe murder trial I’m thankful I was not summoned. It is very difficult to understand or apply the law particularly in a case like ...


Printed letters, March 25, 2010

By Staff

Most ‘historic’ thing was arrogance in health vote The Daily Sentinel’s “Historic health vote” editorial had surprisingly little that was of substance to say on the issue. The editorial failed to even pay lip ...


E-mail letters, March 23, 2010

By Staff

We shouldn’t lose insurance just because we get ill As we come ever closer to health care reform, I’d like to share a personal perspective. In 1991, I needed eye surgery to fend off blindness. Even after prior authorization, the ...


Printed letters, March 24, 2010

By Staff

Common sense, not lethal force Regarding the Feb. 28 shooting of Brent Ingram, clearly there was no reason to shoot at an intoxicated man with a pocketknife. What has become of non-lethal weapons such as pepper spray, tear gas, Tasers or ...


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