Letters
September 19

Readers Write: Police and body cameras, the Trump presidency, Vietnam War series, governor-Legislature dispute, bike lanes in Minneapolis

Sure seems like a slow adoption.
Letters
September 18

Readers Write: Medical records and Mayo, the history of anti-Semitism, race and St. Kate's, characterizing President Donald Trump

Is Mayo really on the ball?
Letters
September 15

Readers Write: Mistrust of science, public pensions

It's not just business, but business plus politics.
Letters
September 15

Readers Write: Minneapolis bike lanes, state Supreme Court, college costs, history of discrimination

Our only analogy should be safety — and, in that regard, bike lanes help.
Letters
September 15

Readers Write: University of Minnesota 'racist, anti-Semitic' history, Minneapolis police union, Mayo Clinic and rural hospitals

Examining history is a whole-state project.
Letters
September 14

Readers Write: 'Medicare for all,' police shootings and union leader Bob Kroll, bidding for Amazon's second HQ

A more realistic cost scenario.
Letters
September 13

Readers Write: Minnesota and Amazon, officer's death, 'Medicare for all,' Equifax data breach, the value of the humanities

Shouldn't we play the odds?
Letters
September 12

Readers Write: Sportsmanship of Minnesota Vikings fans, delays for license plates and tabs, Amazon's second HQ, humanities' educational value (or lack thereof), tax policy, role of teachers

Thanks for the, uh, hospitality.
Letters
September 11

Readers Write: Jobs, business and Amazon's HQ; Minneapolis parking; health care costs; officer struck and killed; crime and punishment; mandatory retirement for judges

Would Amazon choose the Twin Cities?
Letters
September 8

Readers Write: Portraits on U.S. currency, Sen. Al Franken and the Stras nomination, Charles Lindbergh's legacy, vying for Amazon's second headquarters

If we let history be our guide …
Letters
September 8

Readers Write: Minneapolis parking and policy, humanity and the planet

Readers like it. They like it not.
Letters
September 8

Readers Write: Teaching, nursing, policing, 'privilege,' capital punishment, the Space Tower

Teaching is really pretty cool.
Letters
September 7

Readers Write: North Korea, polarization, Confederate monuments, the use of imagery, federal leadership, reactions to police shootings, airport noise

We must not fear taking action against Kim Jong Un and his country.
Letters
September 6

Readers Write: Harteau's severance plan, immigration policy, slavery and civil rights, millennials

No-criticism clause is a major flaw.
Letters
September 5

Readers Write: Immigration policy, St. Paul Ford site redevelopment, anti-Semitism, diversity

Turn the entire question around.
Letters
September 4

Readers Write: Jon Bream's request for Garrison Keillor, jobs and automation, Dayton-Legislature dispute and executive power

A nastygram based on ageism.
Letters
September 1

Readers Write: The Minnesota State Fair, football and brain injuries, Trump and the Confederacy, Mondale and the BWCA, the Catholic Church

Top 10 things not to do at the State Fair:
Letters
September 1

Readers Write: Congress and constituents, the American culture, St. Paul Ford site redevelopment

Are lawmakers listening? Yes, they are.
Letters
September 1

Readers Write: Confederate monuments, lake name, marijuana laws

We're seeing political-correctness overkill.
Letters
August 31

Readers Write: Fine arts at the State Fair, Mayo Clinic and rural hospitals, White Bear Lake ruling, the state of the Catholic Church, storm-related goodwill

Fine-arts show deserves attention.
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