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May 20
Minneapolis Public Schools teachers and staff and members of the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers rallied outside the district offices before a scho

Readers Write: School enrollment, abortion, gun violence, baby formula

For answers, ask.
Letters
May 19
Poll workers sort out early and absentee ballots on Election Day in 2020 in Kenosha, Wis.

Readers Write: Politics, Hamline Midway Library, environment

Slow, persistent pace required.
Letters
May 18
A woman prepares a bottle of baby formula for her infant son at her home in San Antonio.

Readers Write: Baby formula shortage, Buffalo shooting, schools

An alarmingly sluggish response.
Letters
May 17
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden pay their respects to the victims of Saturday’s shooting at a memorial across the street from a Tops s

Readers Write: Buffalo shooting, abortion, constitutional values

Demonization won't solve our gun problem.
Letters
May 16
A makeshift memorial honors the victims of Saturday’s mass shooting at Tops supermarket in Buffalo, N.Y. The man accused of killing 10 in the racist

Readers Write: Buffalo shooting, abortion, bits of good news

Not-so-simple mass-shooting safety tips.
Letters
May 15
His body, his choice? A letter writer offers a comparison.

Readers Write: Abortion law, Section 230 and the internet, economic dysfunction

To extend the concept …
Letters
May 14
The Minnesota Twins’ Royce Lewis made his major league debut this month.

Readers Write: Baseball and life, nuclear war, criminal justice, landlords, Paycheck Protection Program, COVID-19

A rookie's grounded perspective
Letters
May 13
Minnesota license plates produced at the Minnesota Correctional Facility at Rush City.

Readers Write: License plates, Minnesota's future, Fourth District politics, baby formula

A replacement theory
Letters
May 12
Abortion rights demonstrators protest in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building on May 10.

Readers Write: Abortion, boys' volleyball, Walker West

Not going anywhere.
Letters
May 11
Lead water pipes pulled from underneath the street are seen in Newark, N.J.

Readers Write: Lead in drinking water, PFAS, abortion

For starters, get the lead out.
Letters
May 10
Pro-choice demonstrators rally outside the Massachusetts State House during a pro-abortion rights Mother’s Day rally in Boston on May 8.

Readers Write: Abortion, the Special Olympics

Women need real solutions.
Letters
May 9
Protesters participate in the 49th annual March For Life on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., in January.

Readers Write: Abortion, public safety

Enough with the flame-fanning.
Letters
May 8
This photo made available by the U.S. National Archives shows a portion of the first page of the United States Constitution.

Readers Write: Abortion, student debt

Dangerous constitutional logic.
Letters
May 7
Former Vice President Walter Mondale’s sons William and Ted stood with President Joe Biden to sing the “Minnesota Rouser” at the conclusion of a

Readers Write: Mondale memorial, volcanic politics, rail service and college selection, catalytic converters, bitcoin

Memorial was wonderful and well-managed
Letters
May 6
Walter Mondale and Hubert H. Humphrey in the documentary “Fritz: The Walter Mondale Story.”

Readers Write: Walter Mondale, abortion

His virtues showed us the way.
Letters
May 5
Gov. Tim Walz delivers his state of the state address in the Minnesota House chamber on April 24.

Readers Write: The Legislature, abortion

Congratulations on the bare minimum.
Letters
May 4
Mifepristone and misoprostol, medications used for at-home abortions, are seen in Guanajuato, Mexico, in December.

Readers Write: Abortion and Roe v. Wade

Abortion must remain available.
Letters
May 3
Demonstrators protest outside the Supreme Court after a draft opinion was leaked that overturns Roe v. Wade.

Readers Write: Abortion

Women deserve better.
Letters
May 2
Former state Rep. Erin Maye Quade withdrew from her local DFL endorsing convention in April because she was in labor. She’s still considering whethe

Readers Write: Endorsement process, governor's race, Walter Mondale, George Floyd Square, debt

Don't eliminate the endorsement process. Fix it.
Letters
May 1
The sun rises over Lake Nokomis last September.

Readers Write: Minneapolis and the environment, religious freedom

A cheer for the Park Board.
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