Letters
May 25

Readers Write (May 26): Minneapolis superintendent selection, Hillary Clinton's e-mail, health care costs, airport security, Donald Trump's VP options, life's persistent questions

The Minneapolis Public Schools: This superintendent because … ?
Letters
May 24

Readers Write (May 25): Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, the 2016 Legislature, airport security, Trump on climate change

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges: Of style and substance.
Letters
May 23

Readers Write (May 24): The 2016 Legislature, the rich and taxes

One word for what transpired in St. Paul: appalling.
Letters
May 20

Readers Write (May 21): Brooklyn Park police video, Bernie Sanders, paid sick leave, light rail and sales taxes, Minneapolis parks, Minnesota sports

Contrast, don't compare Clark case with Brooklyn Park struggle.
Letters
May 20

Readers Write (May 22): Thunderbird Hotel, gas tax, retirement planning, pensions

For me, a visit to the Thunderbird Hotel was a launchpad to learning.
Letters
May 20

Readers Write (May 23): Democracy, Xcel Energy rates, airport security, Hillary Clinton

What if the people don't want democracy?
Letters
May 19

Readers Write (May 20): The Bernie Sanders campaign, the Legislature, license tab fees, Real ID, airport security

Editorial on Sanders and Nevada shows how the media fails us.
Letters
May 18

Readers Write (May 19): The Legislature and transportation funding

Principles and proposals for transportation funding.
Letters
May 17

Readers Write (May 18): Xcel Energy, transportation budget, Mpls. high-rise plan, for-profit college closures, assisted suicide

Xcel Energy profits and rates: What's really cooking in this kitchen?
Letters
May 16

Readers Write (May 17): Minneapolis and sick leave, Nekima Levy-Pounds and activism, Democratic presidential race, business and leadership

Minneapolis' proposed sick-leave policy is no rush job.
Letters
May 13

Readers Write (May 14): Nekima Levy-Pounds, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis police, Alondra Cano Twitter controversy, urban development

Nekima Levy-Pounds' activism is unconstructive, intrusive.
Letters
May 13

Readers Write (May 15): Minneapolis police, fetal-tissue research, foreign affairs

The critics of Minneapolis police are never satisfied.
Letters
May 13

Readers Write (May 16): The bison, U tuition, Democratic presidential race, police body-worn cameras, lane markings

For a hint of irony, at least it was North American.
Letters
May 12

Readers Write (May 13): University of Minnesota, Thunderbird Hotel, Metropolitan Council's future, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

It's a new page of the same old story at the U.
Letters
May 11

Readers Write (May 12): Road lane markings and rain, elections, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota leadership, aircraft noise

Lane markings vanish in the rain, and it's time we found a solution.
Letters
May 10

Readers Write (May 11): The media, Southwest LRT, Norm Coleman's mining stance, 'staple foods' ordinance, quality of city streets

What journalism does right.
Letters
May 9

Readers Write (May 10): Minneapolis grocery rules, state transportation policy, the Bible, city streets, event noise

Minneapolis grocery rules: Welcome to the nanny city.
Letters
May 7

Readers Write (May 9): Light rail, Northstar rail, Minneapolis police, sexual-assault allegations on campus, behavior in Osseo schools

A longtime resident's perspective on light rail.
Letters
May 7

Readers Write (May 8): Attention spans and classical music, opioid addiction, voting systems, the 2016 election, global trade, consumer protection

Classical music audiences are tuned in, not out.
Letters
May 6

Readers Write (May 7): Politics in 2016 — Trump, Clinton, Dayton, Coleman; Black Lives Matter; parenting

Speaking of political courage, voters might see Gov. Mark Dayton as an example.