Letters to the editor
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Police, sheriffs and firefighters across Jefferson County deserve our thanks and praise for a job well done. This past Saturday they and local communities again spearheaded National Take-Back Day … more
House Bill 676 would expand medicare to all individuals residing in the US and its territories. This is a comprehensive bill that gets for-profit companies out of health care and provides a solid … more
In a recent letter to the editor it was suggested that a school superintendent who was hired to ensure quality education for 86,000 students with a $950 million budget (of which … more
The Denver Post recently reported that an undocumented Aurora mother of four was taken into custody when she checked in for her appointment with ICE. According to her attorney she has complied with … more
I sat on the Douglas County School District Charter Application Review Team as a parent volunteer for three straight years, ending just last year, and not once did I hear that there was student … more
Are any of the charges in recent letters to the editor critical of Jeffco's ex-Superintendent Dan McMinimee true? Do these letter writers not know that every chief executive serving … more
Since 2000, deaths from heart disease have decreased by 14 percent, while deaths from Alzheimer's disease have increased by 89 percent. Alzheimer's is the only cause of death in the top 10 that … more
The Colorado Freedom Defense Act, HB17-1230 just passed the Colorado House and is moving to the Senate. State Senate President Kevin Grantham should assign this bill to a committee that will give it … more
The frenetic attempt to repeal and reform the Affordable Care Act has failed. Now we must look to destructive actions by the Trump administration and Congress trashing existing protections of … more
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