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What about the costs involved in a facility, staffing, computers and software? Will medical care be provided by a physician or nurse practitioner? What is the commitment the commissioners are agreeing to? Where will such a clinic be housed? There was very little substance to this article concerning the actual costs involved. Rereading the commissioners meeting minutes for the last few months reveals no discussion about a special medical clinic for Moffat County Employees only as asserted by County Commissioner Tom Mathers. “It’s something we’ve been working on for months and months now.” In my opinion, there is very little transparency happening in this issue. For the county to undertake a start up business of this size, the taxpayers of Moffat County are due much more information.
Should Mr. Kinkaid have tried to solve his problem before running for county commissioner?
Would you honestly deny medical services? Even in the case of an emergency?
This bill "allows in-state tuition for illegal immigrants who attend a public or private high school in Colorado for at least three years immediately preceding graduation or completion of a GED in the state and who are admitted to a Colorado college."
When we educate one student, we educate us all. I wholeheartedly support the passage of this bill.
Rain or no rain, the ban exists and I, for one, will follow it until it is lifted.
Native_Craig_guy: Were you at the meeting? Did you hear the entire conversation? Do you believe tobacco use is detrimental to human health? Why would you expect a healthcare agency to endorse such a practice by allowing it on the premises?
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