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September 17
President Joe Biden participates in a videoconference with Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia, left, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the U

Readers Write: Foreign policy, Minneapolis ballot questions

Another Biden blunder.
September 16
Minneapolis City Hall is reflected in the windows of the Hennepin County Government Center.

Readers Write: City Question 1, school bus driver shortage, mathematics

Vote "yes" on functional government.
September 15
Amal Algahtani, 50, battled a COVID-19 infection in the M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center on Sept. 9.

Readers Write: Masks and vaccines, school bus driver shortage

Wear a mask. Get a shot.
September 14
A wake boat is seen docked on Lake Minnetonka in July 2020.

Readers Write: Wake boats, 9/11 commemorations

We're not against fun, just danger and property damage.
September 13
The Minneapolis Police Department’s crime lab unit investigated the scene of a shooting in north Minneapolis in August 2020 in which multiple people

Readers Write: Public safety in Minneapolis, traffic infractions

Where are the grown-ups?
September 12
Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson presided over a planning meeting in 2019.

Readers Write: The Hennepin County/ICE relationship, Marvin Windows, college athletics, deer farms, COVID precautions

When law enforcers go wobbly
September 11
Barring further court action, Minneapolis voters will see three charter amendment questions on their ballots this fall, including one on the structure

Readers Write: Public safety charter amendment in Minneapolis, abortion laws in Mexico and Texas

It's time to make a change.
September 10
In this Nov. 19, 2001, photo Northern Alliance soldiers watched U.S. airstrikes against Taliban positions in Kunduz province, Afghanistan.

Readers Write: 20th anniversary of 9/11, Sen. Amy Klobuchar's breast cancer, getting COVID tests

Thoughts on the U.S. response
September 9
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi, joined by county and St. Paul city leaders, announced Wednesday that his office will no longer prosecute most felony

Readers Write: Low-level traffic stops, Paul Gazelka, Kate Knuth, health care staffing, 'equity'

Surely traffic stops retain some value, though?
September 8
Activists posed in April with signed petitions calling for replacing the Minneapolis Police Department with a new Department of Public Safety; for eli

Readers Write: Minneapolis public safety ballot question, blood donation, teaching math, school bus drivers

The "repeal and replace" strategy.
September 7
Anti-abortion advocates demonstrate in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., in 2018.

Readers Write: Abortion, polarization, nursing, grandparenthood

Where are women's resources? Here.
September 6
A blood drive in March 2020 in Minneapolis.

Readers Write: Giving blood, climate science

Simple and lifesaving.
September 5
Sondra and Don Samuels, at left, photographed with others in the Jordan neighborhood of Minneapolis in July. The Samuelses are party to a lawsuit file

Readers Write: Public safety amendment, Texas, Labor Day, time changes

We need both policing and community-based solutions.
September 4
A crowd filled the Minnesota State Capitol lawn on Aug. 28 during a rally against COVID vaccinations and mask mandates.

Readers Write: COVID response, equity in schools, nondisclosure agreements

Look, we all want this to be over.
September 3
Women protest against the six-week abortion ban at the Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas, on Sept. 1. The Texas law, allowed to stand in a decision

Readers Write: Texas abortion law, nursing, proposed urban farm in Minneapolis

Once again, it's not about babies.
September 2
Minneapolis City Hall.

Readers Write: Minneapolis leadership and police

To say the city government is functional is generous.
September 1
Community activist Julia Johnson in February helped gather signatures for changing the Minneapolis city charter to establish a new Department of Publi

Readers Write: Minneapolis

Why should we trust the City Council?
August 31
Barbed wires lay across the tarmac at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Aug. 31, left behind after the United States milita

Readers Write: Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Poorly planned and dangerous.
August 30
An internment camp for ethnic Uyghurs in Hotan, in China’s Xinjiang province, in 2019. China has detained as many as 1 million Uyghurs, Kazakhs and

Readers Write: China, COVID outbreaks in schools, vaccines, English literature

Human rights? That's rich.
August 29
The Greenwood fire burns in northern Minnesota on Aug. 25.

Readers Write: Preventing forest fires, birds, Southwest light rail, policing

More active management, please.
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