Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Pharm thanks

  I was born with SVT – supraventricular tachycardia – a pre-existing condition I will carry with me for the rest of my life. The disorder afflicts a little over two people per … more

Letter to the editor: Cult of personality

  Someone hilariously spliced together a video of AZ Trumpers shouting “Count the Votes” juxtaposed with PA Trumpers shouting “Stop the Count.” This shows how much … more

Letter to the editor: Amendment B will indeed raise taxes

  Shouldn’t voters be asking: ‘If Amendment B (aka repealing the Gallager Amendment) wasn’t going to impact them by raising tax revenues, why is it even on November’s … more

Letter to the editor: Biden will fight domestic violence

  During my first campaign to represent House District 24, I vowed that I would use my position to create more pathways for survivors of domestic violence to escape abusive relationships and … more

Letter to the editor: Congressional choice

  I consider myself to be neither an alt-right conservative nor a bleeding-heart liberal; I am fairly mainstream. I don’t unquestioningly vote the party line, I vote *my* line, and I … more

Letter to the editor: Craig Marshall Smith column was a keeper

Column was keeper I frequently want to write to thank Craig Marshall Smith for saying, so much better, what I think. Today is the day. When I read his column about driving in our current world I … more

Letter to the editor: Ortiz will have our backs

Ortiz will have our backs You would think someone appointed to the state legislature would be gracious and eager to learn what's important to everyone in their district. In the case of Richard … more

Letter to the editor: Popular vote plan is empowering

Popular vote plan is empowering No matter which candidate I decide to support, I want my vote to count when I cast my ballot for president. But because of the way the Electoral College system works, … more

Letter to the editor: Compassion needed in president

Compassion needed in president Our upcoming presidential election has made me think about what I want to see in the president of the United States. I'd like to have a president in office who thinks … more

Letter to the editor: Choosing a president

  Our upcoming presidential election has made me think about what I want to see in the President of the United States. I’d like to have a president in office who thinks exactly like I … more

Letter to the editor: Dreamers in the dark

  I have recently had the opportunity to participate in the Friend’s Committee on National Legislation’s Washington Summer Institute to begin my new position in the … more

Letter to the editor: Silent Gardner should speak up

Silent Gardner should speak up Senator Cory Gardner has been rather noisy lately. Noisy about meeting with start-ups in Colorado Springs, health centers in Grand Junction (as he supports the lawsuit … more

Letter to the editor: Don’t cut off Littleton immigrant center

Don’t cut off immigrant center The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is planning to greatly increase the cost to immigrants applying for citizenship or for a green card (work permit). In … more

Letter to the editor: Add air quality to the fight

Add air quality to the fight The current fight for Black Lives Matter make it impossible to ignore systemic inequity in our communities. As part of this awakening we must also acknowledge that … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner's bipartisan bonafides

Gardner's bipartisan bonafides Most of us agree that our country is sorely needing more bipartisan, constructive dialogue and cooperation these days. Senator Cory Gardner embodies this much-needed … more

Letter to the editor: Reasons to support Wilson

Reasons to support Wilson I am a Colorado native; I grew up on the Front Range and except for living in Nevada in my teen years, I have called Colorado my home my whole life. As an architectural … more

Letter to the editor: Decision was Dougco dud

Decision was Dougco dud The decision made by the current Douglas County commissioners to abruptly terminate our relationship with Tri-County Health is reckless, selfish and a waste of taxpayer money. … more

Letter to the editor: Place debt spotlight on colleges

Place debt spotlight on colleges Got a college loan you can’t pay because you can’t find a good enough job? Your beef should be with the college that you paid for your education, not the … more

Letter to the editor: Youth sees big distinction in Douglas County race

Youth sees big distinction I'm a student at Mountain Vista High School. Recently, I have become very engaged with the race for Douglas County commissioner. While I can't yet vote, I understand that … more

Letter to the editor: Back troops, not Trump

Back troops, not Trump The greatest insult from Trump's actions to disrupt processing and delivery of the mail is that in so doing he is disenfranchising our troops. Never mind us here at home, our … more
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