I read your article dated week of May 12, 2022 “Planned Parethoood of the Rocky Mountains: ‘You couldn’t credit a more terrifying scenario.’”
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I understand you have to cover current events, but it is my recollection that journalism used to be intentional to cover opposing sides of an issue, and would try to do so somewhat equally. It would seem that practice is no more. May I encourage you to reach out to any of numerous pregnancy resource centers in the Metro Denver area, I found these on a simple google search,
Consider writing an article about their opinions, views and their reportings of their clientele on the leaked Supreme Court decision indicating that Roe v. Wade will be overturned. There is a large representation of your readers that actually are in support of the overturning of Roe v. Wade, myself included. Please consider getting back to the basics of journalism and show both sides of this critical issue.
Rosanna Lindeman, Arvada
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