Thank you, Bryce, for your outstanding fact-finding and reporting regarding the Gazette's series of editorials and the daily's breaches of the SPJ Code of Ethics. Hopefully, state and national publications will comment as well.
From the Columbia Journalism Review, "Gazette publisher in Colorado defends controversial marijuana series," an overview (and review) of the series and an interview with publisher Dan Steevers.
In my opinion, Herb Reason, you and long-time Gazette contributor Jack Edwards deserve awards for your tireless efforts to clear the haze from the daily's series of prohibitionist articles.
Keep "clearing the haze" behind the Potgate series, Bryce, and exposing the journalistically questionable actions of the Gazette.
Thank you, Bryce, for again calling into question the suspect journalistic ethics and integrity of the Gazette.
I admired your Denver-Pueblo analogy, Bryce, and the facts your article highlighted. I completely agree with Seattle renaming the holiday more fittingly but hold little hope of it happening locally. Denver, Pueblo, and Manitou Springs are different stories.
New city hires would include seven IT personnel and twenty police officers. Staff reductions would include one position from communications and one-and-a-half from municipal court. These numbers result in a proposed net gain of 24.5 new city-paid positions.
How about the 6000 annual, private-sector new jobs that you promised city voters, Mr.Bach? Where are they, in fast food, service, and hospitality industries -- or in limbo, awaiting further progress on the C4C scheme?
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