Letters to the editor
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This comment responds to U.S. Rep Mike Coffman's recent guest column regarding ACA replacement. I read independent reviews of healthcare systems in tier 1 countries.  Other nations score … more
Sen. Gardner:  The majority of Americans were opposed to your actions to repeal the protections of the Affordable Care Act. You voted for it anyway. Your work to dismantle this life-saving … more
Some kids write imaginative short stories as youngsters, some love numbers, and some collect bugs and butterflies from early on. My daughter loved dinosaurs and the planets. That's why we in Douglas … more
How is it that after almost 40 years of hoopla re NREL no one has ever reported a cost benefit analysis on the so-called 'National Renewal Energy Lab'? What actually are the annual and total … more
July 21 was the birthday of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The CFPB is a federal agency with the sole purpose of protecting the average consumer from being taken advantage of by big banks … more
How much money did the Town of Parker gain back in providing incentives to have Gander Mountain open in Parker before they close their doors? Gander received significant concessions from PAR at … more
What one critic of the Republican healthcare plan didn't say in last week's letter to the editor is that she wants socialized medicine. What she and others don't seem to know is that single payer … more
The Douglas County Federation is compelled to respond to misinformation shared by Directors Geddes and Peck at a recent board meeting. They stated DCF is opposed to performance-based pay or basing a … more
Nothing quite admits the failure of an agenda than seeing those who previously supported it, distancing themselves from it right before an election.   Deb Scheffel publicly endorsed the … more
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