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Krieger not invited to Club 20 debate

Abba Krieger

Dear Editor,

Club 20 Western Slope lobbying group missed an opportunity for true democratic debate by not inviting Abba Krieger, Natural Law Party District 61 candidate, to debate Greg Rippy and Rick Davis. This illustrates the headlock the two parties have on limiting innovation and progressive reform, and the shortsightedness of Club 20. As reported in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent there was much agreement between the two candidates regarding health and education issues; disagreement occurred on a minor issue – a statewide water plan. The State of Colorado is currently spending 80 percent of its budget on health and education. This is where change is needed. I propose innovation that would reduce the costs of health and education. This innovation would result in better health through preventative health care and food safety revisions, better educational achievements as proven by scientific studies, and a lowering of taxes needed to finance this major part of the budget. The two main parties are basically the same. Read the paper. Vote for constructive innovation. I have been a health care provider for 25 years, and I have a Master’s degree in Public Health with an emphasis in Education. I know the problems, and I have innovative, progressive, scientifically proven, constructive ideas for their solution. Support me and the Natural Law Party.

Abba Krieger

Carbondale


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