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Colorado Editorial Roundup

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The Denver Post, July 5, on the issue of free speech at the University of Northern Colorado: Higher education’s commitment to free speech is often sadly fragile these days, and the latest evidence unfortunately comes from the University of Northern Colorado. As The Tribune in Greeley recounts the story, an outfit that UNC calls its Bias Response Team has “sought ...

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Colorado Editorial Roundup

Removing lead from homes in Superfund study area: The Pueblo Chieftain, June 8 At last, the Environmental Protection Agency has taken a good, positive step by agreeing to clean up lead inside 19 homes in the Eilers-Bessemer Colorado Superfund Study Area. Residents of the South Side study area have been concerned that Superfund designation would stigmatize their neighborhood through a ...

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Colorado editorial roundup

The (Grand Junction) Daily Sentinel April 5, on gun safety Despondent people and guns are a poor mix. Unfortunately, stating this obvious fact makes some people nervous that suicide-prevention efforts could be co-opted to advance a gun-control agenda. So we applaud the brave gun shop owners in western Colorado who are willing to put those fears aside and acknowledge a ...

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Colorado Editorial Roundup

The Durango Herald, Feb. 3, on end-of-life choices for the terminally ill: There are many cultural, religious and medical, familial and psychological taboos surrounding death — particularly at one’s own hand — and for good reason. Humans are born with an inherent drive to survive, and when an individual’s instinct to live is compromised, it should raise concerns for those ...

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