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Printed Letters: June 27, 2014

By Staff

Reader seeks to clarify op-ed on oil and gas I read West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association Executive Director David Ludlum’s June 22 op-ed on Bureau of Land Management oil and natural gas well inspection deficiencies with interest, ...


Printed letters, June 26, 2014

By Staff

Two weeks ago approximately 64 percent of “active” registered Colorado voters received primary election ballots. Although I am “active,” I did not receive a ballot. As one of the 35 percent of Colorado voters ...


Email letters, June 25, 2014

By Staff

GOP was one winner in Colorado primary The armchair pundits and TV talking heads were right. The tea party is dead, in Colorado at least. It’s nice to see Mesa County wants someone with horrible record-keeping skills and certainly ...


Printed letters, June 25, 2014

By Staff

Gov. John Hickenlooper is wrong in asking Western Slope Colorado River Basin water users to come up with a plan to divert more water to the Eastern Slope when basin reservoirs remain so low. This could endanger our water rights. The basin ...


Email letters, June 24, 2014

By Staff

Reader seeks to clarify Ludlum’s op-ed regarding oil and gas I read West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association Executive Director David Ludlum’s June 22nd op-ed on Bureau of Land Management oil and natural gas well inspection ...


Printed letters, June 24, 2014

By Staff

We need a champion in Mesa County. We are collecting petition signatures to place an initiative on the November 2014 ballot to change how we elect representatives in the Colorado House.  Our 65 House districts are currently equal in ...


Email letters, June 23, 2014

By Staff

Unaffiliated voters denied full voting rights Two weeks ago approximately 64 percent of “active” registered Colorado voters received primary election ballots. Although I am “active,” I did not receive a ballot. As one ...


Printed Letters: June 22, 2104

By Staff

Billionaires are controlling political decision-making When politics and money come before the best interest of America, fertile ground is created for what we have today: confusion, infighting, anger, bad decisions, corruption, a mediocre ...


Printed Letters: June 20, 2014

By Staff

Governor’s admission is election-year pandering I appreciate the governor’s honesty in admitting that he made a mistake making the magazine ban the law of the land in Colorado. However, I question how seriously the governor took ...


Email letters, June 19, 2014

By Staff

Political correctness taken too far in banning Redskins logo The Honorable Harry Reed and company managed to get the Washington Redskins logo banned. It appears they got the patent office to void the name “Redskins.” I’m ...


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