Letters

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E-mail letters, Jan. 13, 2010

By Staff

Congratulate lawmaker for pushing mitigation bill The Daily Sentinel’s Jan. 12, editorial, “Mitigation bill runs against the current,” struck a very pessimistic tone about “basin-of-origin” legislation to be ...


Printed letters, Jan. 14, 2010

By Staff

Ritters deserves thanks for fighting gas firms Thank you to Gov. Ritter for being a crusader for our health, wildlife and environment. During his tenure, he was assertive and stood his ground in protecting these precious necessities. He ...


Printed letters, Jan. 13, 2010

By Staff

Minimum-wage law helps drive inflation In reference to Bill Grant’s column in The Daily Sentinel Jan. 6, as an employer in Grand Junction I have no intention of lowering the minimum wage for my employees by 3 cents. Since Amendment 42 ...


E-mail letters, Jan. 12, 2010

By Staff

Obama recycling Cheney regarding foreign policy Dick Cheney’s well-publicized theory that we should react to all threats with force, real or imagined, even though there’s no credible proof and a 110-to-1 possibility it could be ...


Printed letters, Jan. 12, 2010

By Staff

Thanks to Richard Reid, the notorious “shoe bomber,” we have had to take off our shoes every time we fly for the past several years. OK, it is what it is. But now in light of the Christmas Day “underwear bomber,” what ...


Printed letters, Jan. 11, 2010

By Staff

I just listened to a report on TV about a dangerous product. A mother left a live electrical connection dangling on the floor next to her baby. The baby put the cable in her mouth and was severely burned and shocked. The dangerous product was ...


Printed letters, Jan. 12, 2010

By Staff

Parking downtown is better than most places Parking has always been a hot topic downtown. But the reality is that there has been a net gain in on-the-street parking spaces downtown in the past few years, without even taking into account the ...


E-mail letters, Jan. 8

By Staff

Minimum wage helps to drive inflation In reference to Bill Grant’s column in The Daily Sentinel Jan. 6, as an employer in Grand Junction I have no intention of lowering the minimum wage for my employees 3 cents. Since Amendment 42 ...


Printed letters, Jan. 10

By Staff

Is “Energy Alley” a blessing or a damnation? It depends on your perspective. For the profit-hungry energy industry and a nation striving for energy self-sufficiency, it may indeed be a blessing. For those of us impacted by gas ...


Printed letters, Jan. 8, 2010

By Staff

City, DDA whip golden goose The goose that laid the golden egg: “Aesop’s Fables” must not be on the reading list of City Council or the Downtown Development Authority. Clearly Grand Junction’s downtown is a pleasant ...


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