Letters

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Email letters, May 13, 2016

By Staff

Senior residents negatively affected by open burn policy My mother is 83 years old and, like many seniors at The Atrium, she is on oxygen. About a quarter of a mile down the road to the south someone is consistently burning. It is toxic and ...


Email letters, May 12, 2016

By Staff

Guest opinion attacking ColoradoCare displayed alarming disregard for truth Sunday’s guest opinion by Matthew Glans, attacking the proposed ColoradoCare Amendment #69, displayed an alarming disregard for truth and/or facts. The ...


Printed Letters: May 12, 2016

By Staff

ColoradoCare is a viable, universal health-care plan I read with interest Matthew Glans’ column on “single payer insurance” Sunday, appreciating that it acknowledged The Heartland Institute’s bias. As written, ...


Email letters, May 11, 2016

By Staff

Colorado Care an economically viable plan for universal health care for Coloradans I read with interest Matthew Glans’ column on “single payer insurance” Sunday, appreciating that it acknowledged The Heartland ...


Printed Letters: May 11, 2016

By Staff

We must support BLM’s proposal on methane On April 29 The Sentinel’s editorial board decided to publicly support the proposed Jordan Cove project. While I do not intend to address the merits or drawbacks of the project here, I ...


Email letters, May 10, 2016

By Staff

We could get our economy moving again with manufacturing here at home One of the seemingly radical proposals of Donald Trump’s policies is the idea to renegotiate the many “free trade agreements” that are prevalent in our ...


Printed Letters: May 10, 2016

By Staff

Homosexuality is not a conscious lifestyle choice Mr. Reno’s letter, “Gay Pride proclamation a sad day for GJ,” is a good example of the old-fashioned, insensitive attitudes to people not considered “normal.” ...


Email letters, May 9, 2016

By Staff

Religious freedom must extend equally to people of every faith and no faith Those of us who call Colorado home should be glad and grateful for the efforts of our state legislators who in the session now ending refused to pass laws ...


Printed Letters: May 8, 2016

By Staff

Commissioners have gotten a bad rap for no reason Our Mesa County commissioners are doing a very good job, in spite of what The Daily Sentinel publishes. I voted for them and will do so again. They are running our county properly, taking care ...


Printed Letters: May 6, 2016

By Staff

Trump adept at using fear to attract followers Donald Trump has said if he comes president, he will ban Muslims from entering our country. He says he will do this until we are able to determine and understand the problem and the dangerous ...


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