If clean cars are such a good deal, why the mandate? Re: “Clean cars will help Colorado’s ozone problem,” June 29 commentary Beware of those who promote new government mandates by claiming the regulations will save consumers money. Aren’t Colorado consumers smart enough to figure out which cars make sense and are the best financial deal? In fact, Zayach acknowledges, the California mandates would raise the price of new vehicles in Colorado. In addition, Zayach’s calculations include Colorado’s $5,000 electric car credit, which is set expire in 2022, and federal credits, which start expiring for some automakers next year. Let’s let Coloradans decide what vehicles they need for our state’s unique driving conditions. Marsha Temple, Centennial Don’t take our guns to cover up mental health needs Re: “We should have taken his guns,” July 29 editorial I would like to bring to light a few omissions in your editorial. The “red flag law” mentioned is actually an attempt to correct a major flaw in the Colorado universal background check law passed in 2013. Many people don’t know that the law makes it illegal for friends and many loved ones to remove firearms from the possession of those in crisis. Given… Read full this story
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