Letters to the editor
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This week Colorado U.S. Senator Udall introduced a bill called "Protect Women's Health from Corporate Interference" which would mandate that Christian employers pay for employees contraceptive coverage even though that would violate the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Newsflash to Senator Udall: The Supreme Court just ruled that this is against the law. more
I feel compelled to write to commend Vic Vela on his article "Judge upholds state's gun laws" in last week's paper. His point-counterpoint-ruling format provided great clarity on the issue and … more
Recently, a college student, after purchasing and eating pot cookies, started shaking violently, and then jumped to his death from a Denver hotel room. A local man ate pot-laced candy, started … more
Four suicides in 11 days is a truly horrifying statistic. Coroner Lora Thomas reports that although there is no connection between the cases, in her experience there is almost always an underlying … more
While the political ads and candidate announcements have begun, the official start of the 2014 election season kicks off at 7 p.m. March 4. That's the date of Colorado's grassroots political process: … more
Last week's editorial, "Time for major immigration reform," suggests that those who have come here illegally deserve amnesty via the S. 744 bill. And Amnesty is what the Gang of Eight and bill S.744 … more
Apparently Jane Reuter needs to get a new job, because she does not seem to understand the duties of her current one. As a journalist, her duty is to outline the facts in an objective manner, not subjectively grind away on a personal point of … more
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