Letters
June 27

Readers Write (June 28): Edina and urban design, Texas abortion ruling, Brexit, guns, Garrison Keillor, Pride Parade, ukuleles

Southdale and urban design: But Edina is not all about cars.
Letters
June 24

Readers Write (June 27): The U.S. Constitution, civil disobedience, disabilities, energy production, north Minneapolis, Gretchen Carlson

The U.S. Constitution: One founder's comment on keeping pace with the times
Letters
June 24

Readers Write (June 26): Gun enthusiasm, Minnesota Legislature, Garrison Keillor's retirement

Gun enthusiasm: Many of us can't reconcile just-for-fun.
Letters
June 24

Readers Write (June 25): Donald Trump and Steve Sack, Brexit, gun violence, immigration and more

Editorial cartoonist Steve Sack nails it on Donald Trump.
Letters
June 23

Readers Write (June 24): Congressional sit-in, St. Paul superintendent buyout, Minnesota taxes and veterans, opioids

The congressional sit-in: Courageous. Tyrannical. Etc.
Letters
June 22

Readers Write (June 23): Taxes, MnSCU becomes 'Minnesota State,' Allina nurses' strike, foster parenting

Taxes: This military veteran can't afford this state.
Letters
June 21

Readers Write (June 22): Allina nurses' strike, rape case fallout at St. Catherine, racial equity, disabilities, end-of-life directives

And that $10 million goes where?
Letters
June 20

Readers Write (June 21): The U.S. constitution, policy on Syria, artists' housing, Twin Cities traffic

Redraft the Constitution? No, no, no, no, no.
Letters
June 17

Readers Write (June 18): Mall of America and workers, charter schools and unions, artists' housing, the Constitution, school superintendents, the culture

No bargain for workers at the Mall of America.
Letters
June 17

Readers Write (June 19): Health care directives, higher-education budget, affirmative action

Health care directives must be honored when it matters most.
Letters
June 17

Readers Write (June 20): Behavior breakdown, two books for our cultural climate, law schools, Twin Cities traffic, gratitude

Behavior at graduation ceremonies: Society's breakdown in a microcosm.
Letters
June 16

Readers Write (June 17): The Republican Party, Democrats and guns, undesirable light rail, Community Action programs

This former backer is not on board with state Republican Party leader's defense.
Letters
June 15

Readers Write (June 16): The Orlando massacre — the victims, the president's speech, the FBI and more

Images of victims turn our thoughts to the personal.
Letters
June 14

Readers Write (June 15): Police officers in the schools, the Orlando massacre, transit policy

Police officers in the schools: An initiative that produces results.
Letters
June 13

Readers Write (June 14): The Orlando massacre

Identify the true enemy, and destroy it.
Letters
June 13

Readers Write (June 13): Massacre in Orlando, fighting terrorism, facts about fentanyl

Massacre in Orlando: What "True Islam" believes.
Letters
June 10

Readers Write (June 11): Transportation funding, pedestrian safety, the judiciary branch, speech and ideas

Transportation policy : Enough with the Minneapolis-centric goals.
Letters
June 10

Readers Write (June 12): Tom Horner and Donald Trump, the police and the mentally ill

Tom Horner and "tanking" Donald Trump — from the man who gave us Dayton.
Letters
June 9

Readers Write (June 10): Pedestrian safety, interacting with the police

Crosswalk law: In practical terms, there's ambiguity.
Letters
June 8

Readers Write (June 9): Hillary Clinton's moment, Tony Cornish's rules for interacting with the police

Yes, indeed, Hillary is my candidate.