Yesterday, a reader sent me this note:
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SHOW ME HOW
I forwarded her query to Ritter's office, and spokesman Evan Dreyer sent this explanation:The feds produced and sent the materials to households in 18 states. We had no choice or authority over the printing and distribution of the materials. Totally agree - would have been great if it could have been produced in and mailed from Colorado.
Which leaves just one more question: Why these eighteen states? I've got to reach the feds to get the answer to that.