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February 2
Former state Supreme Court Justice Alan Page, left, and Minneapolis Federal Reserve Chairman Neel Kashkari unveiled a constitutional amendment last ye

Readers Write: Student achievement gap, raising taxes, COVID relief

"Well-documented"? Do tell.
Letters
February 1
Gov. Tim Walz talked with Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Commissioner Steve Grove after a news conference to debut the st

Readers Write: Taxes and budgets, growing older

What adds jobs? Demand.
Letters
January 31
Waste Management wants to pile more trash in its Burnsville landfill, above.

Readers Write: Garbage, climate change, the Republican Party, restaurants

Fix the waste problem upstream.
Letters
January 30
Proud Boys organizer Joseph Randall Biggs on Jan. 20 after a court hearing about his involvement in the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. The gr

Readers Write: Threats to democracy, Arik Matson's life after being shot, church choirs, fauna and flora

No serious accounting can have tunnel vision.
Letters
January 29
A pharmacist dilutes vials of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Las Vegas.

Readers Write: COVID vaccine, Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo, Minneapolis government, state budget

Focus on first doses.
Letters
January 28
Outside the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021. Through a fast-track process known as budget reconciliation, Democrats could muscle throu

Readers Write: The filibuster, impeachment trial, state aid for rebuilding after riots, Twitter

A proposed filibuster fix.
Letters
January 27
A nurse measures a dose of the Pfizer COVID vaccine at the state’s Brooklyn Center vaccination site.

Readers Write: Vaccine registration, senior living, the state budget, $15 minimum wage

Better, but could yet be improved.
Letters
January 26
A ship carrying a cargo of wind turbine tower segments pulls into the Duluth Harbor in November.

Readers Write: Green energy, the 1776 Commission report

Don't just sit and scoff.
Letters
January 25
Minnesotans line up to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the state’s Brooklyn Center site on Jan. 21.

Readers Write: COVID vaccinations, Maplewood development

A deadly serious scavenger hunt.
Letters
January 24
The iconic fist sculpture in George Floyd Square is replaced by one made of steel on Jan. 18.

Readers Write: George Floyd Square, Bob Kroll, COVID vaccinations

Demanding it won't keep George Floyd Square closed.
Letters
January 23
President Joe Biden and Sen. Amy Klobuchar during Biden’s inauguration on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.  Klobuchar had a very vis

Readers Write: Inaugural events and Klobuchar's role, water quality, election integrity, campaign reform, 'sore losers,' vaccinations

With Klobuchar's help, a fine day.
Letters
January 22
President Joe Biden speaks at the White House on Thursday.

Readers Write: Biden's inaugural speech, hopes for a Biden presidency

I heard "liberty" loud and clear in that speech.
Letters
January 21
Demonstrators from more than a dozen progressive groups led a rally and protest march in Minneapolis on Inauguration Day.

Readers Write: National healing, Inauguration Day, U.S. citizenship, comparing administrations

Unity is the left's responsibility, too.
Letters
January 20
Doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.

Readers Write: Vaccine eligibility expansion, high school sports and masking, the Biden presidency

With the state's track record ...
Letters
January 19
A worker installs flags in front of the While House in preparation for Inauguration Day.

Readers Write: Inauguration Day, returning to school, Minnesota COVID vaccine rollout

Past inauguration speeches fit 2021, too.
Letters
January 18
The U.S. Army Band rehearses for Wednesday’s inaugural ceremony at the Capitol.

Readers Write: Inauguration Day, Trump and impeachment, icy roads

The symbolism counts.
Letters
January 17
Paul Krogh, pharmacy services director at North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale, unboxes 975 doses of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine in December.

Readers Write: Getting a COVID vaccine, historic preservation

Clarity would bring hope.
Letters
January 16
A framed item departed the Eisenhower Executive Office Building inside the White House complex on Thursday, en route to a waiting car and points unkno

Readers Write: America at the transition, overpopulation

A partial coming-around.
Letters
January 15
National Guard troops outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 13, the day the House impeached the president.

Readers Write: Impeachment, riots, big tech

Skip the trial, seek real reform.
Letters
January 14
A health care worker prepares a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Santiago, Chile.

Readers Write: COVID vaccinations, riots past and present, unity and polarization, Kamala Harris

More jabs in more arms.
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