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Letters 8/5/21

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The real goal Near the end of “Out of sight, out of mind” (News, July 29) Emma Athena notes that Coloradans only recycle 1.1 lb/person/day...

Letters 7.29.21

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Turning point U.S.-Cuba relations Dave Anderson is wrong (re: The Anderson Files, “The hidden history of U.S.-Cuban relationship,” July 22). The turning point in U.S.-Cuba...

Letters 7.15.21

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Toward the future President Biden’s American Jobs Plan shows the type of leadership and initiative to take responsibility our country needs, while creating jobs and...

Letters 7.8.21

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Happy Juneteenth, Chancellor In a June 18 email to employees of the Colorado Community College System (CCCS), Chancellor Joe Garcia said about the recently adopted...

Letters 7.1.2021

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HOAs and US “Pressure points” (RE: News, June 17) regarding HOA fees and operations gave me pause. I’ve lived with HOAs and without them, in...

Letters 6.17.21

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There is no place in our government for the filibuster Year after year, we see politicians in Congress make promises about what they can do...

Letters 6.10.21

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The filibuster should be put out of our misery The filibuster is an archaic relic of America’s racist past. The rule has no place in...

Letters 6.3.21

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We are watching As young leaders in Colorado, we have seen first-hand the devastating effects of climate change. We’ve lived through increasingly brutal wildfires, which...

Letters 5/20/21

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Correction: Last week’s Weed Between the Lines (RE: “Getting legalization ‘right,’” May 13), incorrectly listed members of CPEAR. The story has been updated online...

Letters 5/13/21

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Polis must sign SB 21-200 Gov. Polis ran and won on a platform of 100% renewables and strong climate action. However, his recent threat to...

Letters 4/29/21

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Waldorf Finance In my career I served as a national, institutional-level commercial real estate appraiser, and earlier as a staff economist for an $18 billion...

Letters: Earth Day, Not Normal, Divest

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Standing A breeze strokes the pine limbs, creating a windborne symphony. We encircle one tree, joining hands. This tree might have greeted the first peoples...