July 10
The steps of the Supreme Court building on Thursday.

Readers Write: Supreme Court decisions, Black Lives Matter, back to school, international students

Keep your promise, Mr. President.
July 10
Minnesotans have a few weeks yet to work out a plan for students’ return to school. Airflow in classrooms will be a concern. This was the arrangemen

Readers Write: Back to school — are you sure? Plus: Voting, state GOP lawyering, patriotism and the NFL, the grammar of descent

University of Minnesota findings cast reasonable doubt on back-to-school plans.
July 10
The Minnesota Legislature reconvenes Monday for a second special session.

Readers Write: Legislature, oil pipelines, dairy market, neighborhood gems

Don't botch round two.
July 9
A mannequin displays a mask in front of a boutique clothing store in Boston.

Readers Write: COVID-19 precautions, homeless camps, statues, police reform

We know what to do; we just won't do it.
July 8
Protesters march away from the State Capitol on May 31. In the wake of the death of George Floyd, many news outlets, including the Star Tribune, have

Readers Write: Capitalizing "Black," Fifth District Congressional race, Alexander Vindman, state court powers, the comics

Dignity should guide our usage.
July 7
President Donald Trump is photographed at the Mount Rushmore National Memorial on July 3.

Readers Write: Trump at Mount Rushmore, the national anthem, monuments, Black Lives Matter

Live by Trump's predecessors' words, not his.
July 6
Camden, N.J., dissolved its police department and replaced it with a county-run force.

Readers Write: Police reform, monuments, rebuilding Lake Street, a coronavirus thank-you

More precise arguments, please.
July 3
The Statue of Liberty stands in this aerial photograph. MUST CREDIT: Ron Antonelli/Bloomberg

Readers Write: Patriotism, the wilderness, renewable energy, telemedicine

Improvement is patriotic.
July 3
The governor’s podium with the Minnesota state flag and state seal.

Readers Write: Monuments and history, the economy, elder care, the coronavirus

Let's fly a different flag.
July 3
In 2006, residents of New Orleans held a vigil with 1,600 candles to commemorate those who had lost their lives in the devastation of Hurricane Katrin

Readers Write: COVID-19, gun violence, 'mob rule'

Properly framing the impact of the coronavirus.
July 2
St. Paul police officers watched over protesters outside the governor’s residence on June 27.

Readers Write: Police reform, Confederate imagery, rebuilding Lake Street

A police-free future would be bleak.
July 1
Medical personnel prepared to test hundreds of people lined up in vehicles in Phoenix on June 27.

Readers Write: The pandemic, wealth inequality, monuments, ability

These bills will come due.
June 30
American soldiers wait on the tarmac in Logar province, Afghanistan, in 2017.

Readers Write: Russian bounties, government, history, housing, state suit over climate change

If Trump only gets what's credible, that means he has dismissed credible information.
June 29
Mount Rushmore National Memorial, which is carved from a mountain in Keystone, S.D.

Readers Write: Mount Rushmore, Minneapolis City Council, government, COVID-19

Answer granite with granite.
June 28
A statue of Theodore Roosevelt on horseback flanked by a Native American man, left, and an African man, right, is being removed from outside the Ameri

Readers Write: Historical statues, presidential pardons, housing, racism and baseball

Don't know much about history.
June 26
Several hundred people attended a rally for police reform in Minneapolis.

Readers Write: Police reform, Minneapolis charter amendment, city government

A few more details, please.
June 26
Fort Bragg, established in North Carolina in 1918, is one of 10 U.S. Army installations named for officers who led military units of the Confederacy i

Readers Write: Renaming things, racial equity

Forgive and forget, especially forget
June 25
A memorial to George Floyd at E. 38th Street and Chicago Avenue.

Readers Write: Societal change, sick leave, statues, public transit

Change has been a long time coming.
June 25
Dexamethasone was shown in a British trial to reduce deaths among critically ill COVID patients.

Readers Write: Coronavirus caution, mail-in voting, the police, public statues

Keep up the caution.
June 23
The Minneapolis Police Department Third Precinct, which was overrun and burned last month in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, was pictured

Readers Write: The police, public transit, homelessness, press freedom

Protect and serve whom?
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