Letters
April 29

Readers Write (April 30): Labor policies, coverage of Prince's death, transgender accommodations, problems and opportunities in housing

There's no reason not to have a minimum standard on paid sick leave.
Letters
April 28

Readers Write (April 29): Shakespeare and today's politics, Metropolitan Council, transgender accommodations, 'fools and fast cars,' Minneapolis roads and parks and taxes, music education

Shakespeare and today's politics: From the bard, better options than that.
Letters
April 27

Readers Write (April 28): The 2016 campaign, transgender accommodations, inclusive playgrounds, Christian-Muslim relations, transportation funding

Donald Trump pivots to sexism.
Letters
April 26

Readers Write (April 27): 'Fools and fast cars,' Prince's death, ignition interlock devices, spine surgery

"Fools and fast cars" aren't the only "witless wonders" on the road.
Letters
April 25

Readers Write (April 26): Money in politics, remembering Prince, Minneapolis development, flag imagery, the Legislature and licensing

Political fundraising demands are over the top.
Letters
April 22

Readers Write (April 23): Remembering Prince, parents and youth sports, Minneapolis development, U.S. Bank Stadium

May the inspiration of a musical mastermind continue.
Letters
April 22

Readers Write (April 25): MnSCU chancellor succession, wolves at Isle Royale, funding Minneapolis parks

Rosenstone the role model? Business leader says yes, professor says no.
Letters
April 22

Readers Write (April 24): Opiod abuse, reactions to Islam, North Side crime

Note the role of insurance in pills prescribed.
Letters
April 21

Readers Write (April 22): North Minneapolis, a war zone? Plus: Transgender accommodations, teacher-tenure lawsuit, perceptions of beauty

Perceptions of living on the North Side vary.
Letters
April 20

Readers Write (April 21): 'Snowbate,' housing, wolves at Isle Royale, transgender accommodations

Legislature is shortsighted on "Snowbate."
Letters
April 19

Readers Write (April 20): Housing, teacher tenure, Rep. Phyllis Kahn

The demand for housing is economically broad; the supply should be, too.
Letters
April 18

Readers Write (April 19): America's 'third great crisis,' transit funding, political correctness, 'You Don't Say' cartoon on religion, language inflation

America's looming crisis is not what writer imagines.
Letters
April 15

Readers Write (April 16): The 2016 campaign, teacher-tenure lawsuit

The candidates and their leg-acies.
Letters
April 15

Readers Write (April 17): Minnesota's budget surplus, student loans, Medtronic and complications, domestic abuse

Spending the budget surplus, student loans: What do these have in common.
Letters
April 15

Readers Write (April 18): Use of the language, teacher-tenure lawsuit, polygamy, the closing of Nye's

Use of the language: an interjective invective.
Letters
April 14

Readers Write (April 15): The 'artificial aristocracy,' teacher-tenure lawsuit, Twin Metals mining, gender and restrooms, District 60B race

Beware the "artificial aristocracy" that Thomas Jefferson warned about.
Letters
April 13

Readers Write (April 14): U.S. Bank stadium and birds, transportation policy, 35W and 3rd Avenue projects, Minneapolis mayor and council travel, space exploration

With U.S. Bank Stadium, we can see what birds won't.
Letters
April 12

Readers Write (April 13): Third Avenue redesign, prosecution and evidence, the Legislature, Lake Street, Belinda Jensen

The three-lane option is best for downtown Minneapolis project.
Letters
April 11

Readers Write (April 12): Minneapolis City Council travel, Archbishop Hebda, historic district policies, gender bias, 'Mark Trail'

Minneapolis City Council travel costs are no extravagance.
Letters
April 8

Readers Write (April 9): The closing of Nye's, black businesses, Afghanistan's future, Minnesota's prisons, police body cameras

Wish there were a chance to keep Nye's furnishings together.