Rafting companies fight to stay afloat
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Since: Jan 10
#1 Feb 8, 2010
They won't shut them down- no one can own the river. These fat cats are just being selfish
#2 Feb 8, 2010
i support the propert owners... they own the property and shouldn't have to be trampled on by trespassers.
#3 Feb 9, 2010
We all urge the politicians to keep the rivers of this wonderful state free for the mass. Hundreds of thousands of common folk use the ability of rafters to see and enjoy Colorado. Removing the rafters limit the scenery and beauty to only the rich that will usually never get off the couch.
May the rivers flow free, high and for ever.
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