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  • LETTERS: Littleton can be trusted; utility rate increases

    Letters
    Published: Tue, Aug 19, 2014

    Littleton can be trusted We have watched Commissioner Peggy Littleton stand up for what is right for Colorado Springs and El Paso County. She refuses to back down. The people of our region know that Littleton fights for them and this community. Throughout her first term, Littleton...

  • LETTERS: Misinformation, money lost; Pillars should be held accountable

    Letters
    Published: Sun, Aug 17, 2014

    Much misinformation, money lost Well, from the facts, we can see that Sharon Beaman says that she is not a fan of Obamacare; that's because if you read her piece in The Gazette's editorial section, she must be a fan of a single-payer system. After reading Dr. Cynthia Tucker's guest...

  • LETTERS: Increased rail activity polluting Colorado; Colorado Springs' system has many deficiencies

    Published: Sat, Aug 16, 2014

    Increased rail activity polluting I understand a Mr. Tom Steyer, some billionaire from another state, polluted our state's atmosphere in Aspen on Tuesday. He's the guy pledging $50 million on a "climate change" political agenda. He supports Mark Udall. A question: "Which is better...

  • LETTERS: Concerning elements in editorial; Manitou road rage

    Letters -
    Published: Fri, Aug 15, 2014

    Concerning elements in editorial There are a few concerning elements to the editorial "Governor's behavior raises concerns about leadership" published Aug. 11 that deserve further attention. The editorial criticizes Gov. John Hickenlooper for not taking a position on the Keystone...

  • LETTERS: Destruction of recreational access; alternatives to Springs airport

    Letters
    Published: Thu, Aug 14, 2014

    Destruction of recreational access An open letter to Mayor Steve Bach and Rep. Doug Lamborn: Can you tell us how it feels to preside over the destruction of recreational access in the Pikes Peak region? Yours are the worst records in history regarding citizen access to public lands...

  • LETTERS: Unintended consequences; 'gun safety' scam

    Letters
    Published: Wed, Aug 13, 2014

    The unintended consequences Jill Gaebler, you are correct. I do not like the repercussions or the consequences from legal marijuana. I know you are for it, but I hope you will vote not to have recreational stores here in Colorado Springs. I really don't like the growing number of...

  • LETTERS: Exaggerated trials and tribulations; one man and one woman

    Letters
    Published: Tue, Aug 12, 2014

    Exaggerated trials and tribulations I'm not a fan of Obamacare because it doesn't go far enough to ensure that all Americans have access to affordable healthcare, which was the objective of healthcare reform. I also have no doubt that it's been a frustrating and trying transition for...

  • LETTERS: A great Olympic celebration; horses here first

    LETTERS
    Published: Sat, Aug 9, 2014

    A great Olympic celebration Just a quick thank you for a great event. My family and I attended the Downtown Olympic Celebration and had a blast.  We watched XPogo (which was surprisingly super entertaining), wrestled, judo'd, fenced, etc. with OTC athletes and danced to Grass It Up....

  • LETTERS: Colorado's energy potential; taking the Constitution lightly

    Letters
    Published: Sat, Aug 9, 2014

    Colorado's energy potential RE: Front Range pipeline gives Colorado an edge in natural gas liquids. A recent story on the construction of the Front Range pipeline puts the size and scope of the energy industry here in Colorado in perspective. Accessing the property rights, right of...

  • LETTERS: Response to "broken code"; wild horses invading species

    Letters
    Published: Tue, Aug 5, 2014

    Response to "A broken code" Your article, "A Broken Code", was a fine piece of journalism. I applaud you. I have a few comments. The suggestion of improper treatment being given to certain top athletes such as Nick Welch and Antoine Hood is a stretch. I attended the Naval Academy from...

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