That’s some letters policy |

That’s some letters policy

Dear Editor:Why is it when one writes a letter to the editor in The Aspen Times about, let’s say, the S-curves, you have to get telephone verification, but a letter to the paper’s staff that may put someone’s reputation on the line is published without any question concerning it’s authenticity?Don DixonAspen

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