Monthly Archives: February 2019

PHILOSOPHICAL EXEMPTIONS AS BEHAVIORAL ECONOMIC SIGNALS OF FRAUD

An Open Letter from Edward F. Fogarty, MD (February 27, 2019) – I am a practicing physician with multiple state licenses who has had the privilege of being the Chairman of Radiology at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine for the last 12 years. My pathways of understanding many issues in medicine and…

Mount Saint Vincent to Host Informative, Inspiring Lunch Program

DENVER, Colo., February 27, 2019 – Mount Saint Vincent, a nonprofit treatment and service provider for children facing severe emotional or behavioral challenges due to trauma, mental illness, abuse, or neglect, announced it will host an informative and inspiring fundraising luncheon. The event is slated for Thursday, May 9, 2019, at the PPA Event Center,…

CORE Wilderness bill opposed by OHV recreation groups in Colorado

(Feb. 13, 2019) – Federal legislation designating nearly 400,000 acres as Wilderness in Colorado that will prohibit motorized recreation in the San Juan mountains and Continental Divide areas is drawing criticism from several off-highway vehicle advocacy groups. The CORE Act (Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act) is a compilation of four previous wilderness bills. The…

Jamie Giellis Wants to Bring Back Denver Street Cars

Denver, Colo. (February 14, 2019) — Today, Jamie Giellis, candidate for Denver Mayor, calls for more intra-city transit in Denver. Giellis believes it’s time to reconnect Denver’s neighborhoods. Until 1950, Denver had one of the largest streetcar networks in the country. We can reconnect Denver’s neighborhoods using the streetcar model and network from the past…