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Lyle Laverty, former Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, reflects on the Buffalo Creek fire set ablaze 24 years ago. Why separate loved ones from each other during a health crisis?  Steve Reiter’s wife has been at Anschutz Medical Campus for 20 days due to pneumonia from a bacterial infection and she has not been able to see any member of her family, except through Face Time. Jason McBride is welcomed back by Kim and talks about the positive indicators of both the stock market and oil futures.

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  • Jason McBride is welcomed back by Kim and talks about the positive indicators of both the stock market and oil futures.
  • Why separate loved ones from each other during a health crisis?  Steve Reiter’s wife has been at Anschutz Medical Campus for 20 days due to pneumonia from a bacterial infection and she has not been able to see any member of her family, except through Face Time.
  • Lyle Laverty, former Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, reflects on the Buffalo Creek fire set ablaze 24 years ago.

COVID-19 Restrictions Cruelly Separate Hospitalized Family Members

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Steve Reiter

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Why separate loved ones from each other during a health crisis?  Steve Reiter’s wife has been at Anschutz Medical Campus for 20 days due to pneumonia from a bacterial infection and she has not been able to see any member of her family, except through Face Time.  People need to feel the warmth of a family’s touch when healing.  Instead, Steve and his sons have been ignored with repeated requests to see their wife/mom.  Steve’s wife has visible signs of depression.  The cruelty of hospital administrators, hiding behind the COVID-19 narrative, to allow this to happen is beyond words.

Lyle Laverty, former Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, reflects on the Buffalo Creek fire set ablaze 24 years ago.  There are proactive solutions to manage the forest fuel loadings to minimize the loss of lives and property.  The reality is that forest fires will never be eliminated but they can be reduced and limited in intensity.  Encourage our representatives to take action by writing, emailing or phone in your concern. Read Lyle’s op-ed here. 

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Lyle Laverty segment

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Jen Hulan is the owner of Waters Edge Winery and Bistro. Like many small business owners, Jen and her family and employees are being harmed by Colorado’s extreme COVID-19 restrictions. Jen tried to open her doors on May 1st, 6 weeks after closing them in March. The State of Colorado and Tri County Health shut her back down. Help Jen, because right now the government won’t let her help herself. 

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