Letters
March 5
Metropolitan State University in St. Paul. Several Democratic presidential candidates have run on a platform of free four-year college, while others h

Readers Write: Free college promises, Sen. Bernie Sanders, no-wake boating, BWCA and mining, Minnesota Gophers pride

Not so fast for loan forgiveness.
Letters
March 5
Gun safety advocates from Protect Minnesota and Moms Demand Action chanted and cheered on DFL legislators who planned to vote for bills that would exp

Readers Write: Gun control, primary voting, mining near the Boundary Waters, coronavirus

The facts are on gun-safety advocates' side.
Letters
March 3
A woman rides an electric scooter. Transit options like these work best in summer, a letter writer says.

Readers Write: Transit options, coronavirus, Minneapolis parks, priests and primary voting, Trump's salary

We can't scooter through Minnesota winters.
Letters
March 2
Archbishop Bernard Hebda, shown in 2018, is asking priests in Minnesota to forgo voting in the presidential primary because of privacy concerns. (Vote

Readers Write: Archbishop's request for clergy not to vote, 2020 presidential race, coronavirus, taxing Social Security

Voting is a constitutional right.
Letters
March 2
The smiley-faced water tower in Freeport, Minn., is a landmark for drivers on Interstate 94.

Readers Write: Saving Freeport's smiling water tower, Super Tuesday decisions, MPS district plan, coronavirus

Preservation effort is underway.
Letters
February 28
This electron microscope image from U.S. National Institutes of Health shows the coronavirus.

Readers Write: Coronavirus, gender roles in housework, gun 'sanctuaries'

To fight coronavirus, we need funding.
Letters
February 28
Students mobbed Agwa Nywesh after his last-second basket won a game for the Austin Packers. A “multicultural flowering” in the city and its school

Readers Write: The Austin community, 'Our barter with Big Tech,' Vikings stadium funding, sexual harassment, courts and ideology

Austin's example makes Minnesota proud.
Letters
February 27
Republicans register in 2016 at a precinct caucus at Bloomington Jefferson High School. Minnesota’s political caucuses this year were far less rowdy

Readers Write: Minnesota caucuses, primaries, Presidential Medal of Freedom, historic homes, statewide poll, Trump support

Make my 10th caucus my last.
Letters
February 26
Fall Lake, near Winton, Minn., is part of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Twin Metals Minnesota wants to build an underground copper-nickel

Readers Write: Minnesotans' views, Myon Burrell case, Bernie Sanders and the Castro regime

Look at the numbers: Minnesotans say no on mines.
Letters
February 25
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks in Charleston, S.C., this week.

Readers Write: Bernie Sanders, pedestrian safety, Minneapolis school redistricting, Minnesota poll, owls

This socialism thing just won't work.
Letters
February 24
Electric car sign, charging station, green sign painted on street. Electric vehicle sign with car and plug, uploading place.

Readers Write: Electric vehicles, sustainable farming, Bloomberg's nondisclosure agreements

Farewell to smog. For good.
Letters
February 21
The Theodore Wirth Home and Administrative Building hosts public tours and houses Park Board superintendents. Current Superintendent Al Bangoura and h

Readers Write: Minneapolis Park Board, tax surplus, Social Security, congressional term limits, gun sanctuaries

Where has the Park Board gone?
Letters
February 21
Readers Write: Twin Cities housing, Minneapolis schools plan, Electoral College's origin, Winona and Winona, election security risks

Readers Write: Twin Cities housing, Minneapolis schools plan, Electoral College's origin, Winona and Winona, election security risks

One gap in housing analysis? The 'missing middle.'
Letters
February 21
Pills of the opioid oxycodone-acetaminophen, also known as Percocet.

Readers Write: Opioid crisis, Trump and Christians, national debt, green energy

Cut opioid addiction, but don't overreach.
Letters
February 20
The Democratic presidential debate stage on Wednesday night in Las Vegas.

Readers Write: Amy Klobuchar and the Democratic debate, historical artifacts

With a chance to explain, they squabbled instead.
Letters
February 19
State Sen. Mary Kiffmeyer chairs the Senate’s elections committee and wants to require that the ballots of people who register to vote on Election D

Readers Write: Minnesota election security, Donald Trump, education amendment, Minneapolis schools, socialism

Minnesota Republicans have a selective zeal for election security.
Letters
February 18
Minnesota House representatives stood for the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of the legislative session last week. On Monday, Republican lawmakers

Readers Write: Twin Cities crime (and perceptions thereof), Michael Bloomberg, rental evictions, socialism

If the city feels unsafe, it is unsafe.
Letters
February 17
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A gavel rests on its sounding block with a several law books and a justice scale out of focus in the background.

Readers Write: Rule of law, freedom of the press, Minneapolis parking, Houston Astros

The law applies to all ... almost.
Letters
February 14
This subway ride in Tokyo was not, by all indications, plagued by public safety disruptions.

Readers Write: Public safety on transit, Trump vs. Democrats, legislative priorities

My solution: Law and order
Letters
February 14
Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer him at a Feb. 10 rally in Manchester, N.H.

Readers Write: 2020 election, homelessness, Houston Astros, door-knocking, nature

Democrats, stick to the strategy.
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