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September 28
The cheeseburger and fries at Maggie’s Family Restaurant that Alison and Teddy Spencer deemed the best in Wayzata.

Readers Write: Cheeseburgers and family, crime, local and state elections

Munching our way home.
Letters
September 27
Jodi Harpstead speaks to media outlets after being announced as the new commissioner of the Department of Human Services in 2019.

Readers Write: DHS, Keith Ellison, Walz vs. Jensen, Iron Range food

The bigger issue is nonprofits' often opaque results.
Letters
September 26
An Evie all-electric community ride-share vehicle recharges at a station near Union Depot in St. Paul in May.

Readers Write: Electric vehicles, elections, pardoning Trump

Cars will still be needed in a greener world.
Letters
September 25
Ukrainian soldiers fire in the recently retaken city of Kupiansk in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine, on Friday. Russian and Ukrainian forces exchanged m

Readers Write: U.S. support for Ukraine, electric vehicles, inflation

The U.S. needs to pull back before it's too late.
Letters
September 24
Adam and Abby Duininck at their July wedding.

Readers Write: Love across the political divide, regrets, abortion, DHS

More of this, please.
Letters
September 23
Then-President Donald Trump exits the White House on Jan. 12, 2021. President Joe Biden should offer him a conditional pardon, a letter writer argues.

Readers Write: Pardoning Trump, elections, health care internship

Pardon Trump, so we can be rid of him.
Letters
September 22
Scars from the 2011 tornado are still visible in the Willard-Hay neighborhood in Minneapolis where undeveloped lots and a lack of tree canopy stand in

Readers Write: Tree cover, state and local elections

Just plant one yourself.
Letters
September 21
The offices of Feeding Our Future in St. Anthony in January, after FBI agents raided the nonprofit. Dozens of people were charged with conspiracy and

Readers Write: Feeding Our Future charges, education, abortion

Jaw-dropping levels of fraud.
Letters
September 20
Environmental advocates protest the Minneapolis City Council’s plans for the former Roof Depot warehouse in the East Phillips neighborhood on Aug. 1

Readers Write: Roof Depot site, Planned Parenthood, election results

Once again, neighbors say no.
Letters
September 19
Migrants from Venezuela, who boarded a bus in Texas, wait to be transported to a local church by volunteers after being dropped off outside the reside

Readers Write: Migrants at the border, crime, Star Tribune publisher Mike Klingensmith's retirement

Human beings, not pawns.
Letters
September 18
A nurse checks on IV fluids while talking to a COVID-19 patient at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Los Angeles in December 2021.

Readers Write: The pandemic's end, PolyMet mine, Water Works artist

The end is in sight — for some.
Letters
September 17
A deer is pictured in Bunker Hills Regional Park in Blaine. State biologists found neonicotinoids in 94% of deer spleens collected from roadkill and s

Readers Write: Neonicotinoids, cannabis, climate change, electric vehicles, railroads

Um ... what about the effects on humans?
Letters
September 16
Volunteers distribute groceries to families in need outside a food pantry in Houston on Aug. 5. A second year of emergency pandemic aid from the feder

Readers Write: Child poverty decline, education, crime

Shout the good news from the rooftops.
Letters
September 15
Readers Write: Teacher training, University of Minnesota funding, football, state investments

Readers Write: Teacher training, University of Minnesota funding, football, state investments

Get this: We just disagree.
Letters
September 14
GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott Jensen greets supporters at the State Fair on Aug. 30.

Readers Write: Scott Jensen and abortion, the Timberwolves' Anthony Edwards

We don't buy it, Jensen.
Letters
September 13

Readers Write: The nurses' strike, Donald Trump's re-election

There is a salary bidding war (for the execs).
Letters
September 12
Nurses and supporters picket in front of St. Paul’s Children’s Minnesota during the strike on Monday. About 15,000 nurses are on strike until Thur

Readers Write: The nurses' strike

Go, nurses, go.
Letters
September 11
Housing Equity Now St. Paul, the group that petitioned and campaigned for rent control, held a news conference to ask city staff and elected officials

Readers Write: Rent control, Department of Human Services, Trump's special master, Schatzlein Saddle Shop

Reject this watered-down mush.
Letters
September 10
Minneapolis police officers investigated the scene where witnesses said a man working on a window cleaning crew was shot in Minneapolis’s North Loop

Readers Write: Policing problems, crime, driving, social-emotional learning

Key issue: Guns.
Letters
September 9
An election judge hands an “I voted” sticker to a voter on Election Day in 2020 in Welch, Minn.

Readers Write: Election security, Queen Elizabeth II

Say it with me: Our system is secure.
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