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Letters
March 25
Venezuelans carry their belongings from a boat they used to cross the Arauca River to Colombia. Thousands of Venezuelans are seeking shelter in Colomb

Readers Write: Immigration, being white and male, clean car rules, COVID vaccines

Isn't it offensive to assume we can solve their problems?
Letters
March 24
Flowers lie outside the store owned by one of the 10 victims in the mass shooting in Boulder, Colo.

Readers Write: Gun violence, the border crisis, affordable housing

Start with the obvious.
Letters
March 23
People are led out of the grocery store in Boulder, Colo., where a gunman killed 10 people.

Readers Write: Boulder shooting, Hennepin County minimum wage, Enbridge tax valuations, immigration

We are not safe in public.
Letters
March 22
Detainees wait in a Customs and Border Protection temporary overflow facility in Donna, Texas.

Readers Write: Immigrants at the border, U.S. foreign involvement, Atlanta shootings

We cannot accept them all.
Letters
March 21
A sign announces a homeless camp in Minneapolis must close. Officers moved to clear it Thursday.

Readers Write: Minneapolis homeless camps, city leadership, trans athletes

Will they never learn?
Letters
March 20
Mike Lindell signed a fresh shipment of his book “What Are the Odds? From Crack Addict to CEO” at the Shakopee factory of his MyPillow business in

Readers Write: Mike Lindell, deficit spending, cats

Too much ink, or the wrong kind?
Letters
March 19
Former U.S. Attorney Andy Luger spoke at Temple Israel in Minneapolis in 2017.

Readers Write: Andy Luger and the U.S. attorney search, mental health, ethanol and boating

A defense of Andy Luger.
Letters
March 18
A nurse administers a dose of the Moderna vaccine at North Memorial Health Hospital on March 9.

Readers Write: COVID restrictions, vaccine incentives, thanking Trump, anti-Asian racism

It's too soon to let off the brakes.
Letters
March 17
Protesters blocked streets near the Hennepin County Government Center on Monday as jury selection continued in the trial of Derek Chauvin.

Readers Write: Derek Chauvin trial, George Floyd Square, trans athletics, Gopher hockey

It's not whether he's guilty.
Letters
March 16
George Floyd Square in Minneapolis won’t reopen until after Derek Chauvin’s trial, the city has said.

Readers Write: Reopening 38th and Chicago, George Floyd settlement, mining, the Catholic Church

This neighborhood is in pain.
Letters
March 15
Floyd family attorney Ben Crump, left, asked all to clasp hands during a news conference announcing a $27 million lawsuit settlement between the Floyd

Readers Write: George Floyd settlement, violence at 38th and Chicago, Derek Chauvin's trial

Not now, City Council.
Letters
March 14
A vaccination site in Los Angeles in February.

Readers Write: COVID vaccines, home care workers, Blue Line light rail, historic artifacts from the USS Minnesota

Don't forget to thank Trump.
Letters
March 13
State Sen. Mary Kiffmeyer, R-Big Lake, in 2019. Kiffmeyer, a former Minnesota secretary of state, is pursuing questions pertaining to the 2020 electio

Readers Write: Voting rights and integrity, COVID vaccinations, Wisconsin wolf hunt,

Still, Republicans persist.
Letters
March 12
Target Corp. announced Thursday it is leaving its City Center offices, at right, in downtown Minneapolis.

Readers Write: Downtown Minneapolis' fate, Big Tech, vaccine tourism

Not (necessarily) a blow.
Letters
March 11
President Joe Biden signs executive orders as Vice President Kamala Harris looks on in February.

Readers Write: President Biden's lack of press conferences, oil spill anniversary, the Legislature, the British monarchy

Not hiding. Working.
Letters
March 10
A National Guard soldier walks inside the fenced-off plaza of the Hennepin County Government Center on Wednesday as jury selection for the trial of De

Readers Write: Jury trials, Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock and Dam, COVID vaccinations

An essential tool of justice.
Letters
March 9
The Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock and Dam in Minneapolis.

Readers Write: Drinking water from the Mississippi River, speed limits, the benefits of jury trials

Don't gamble with our water supply.
Letters
March 8
Frozen vials of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are taken out to be defrosted in Liege, Belgium.

Readers Write: Vaccine equity, Gov. Tim Walz's emergency powers, Derek Chauvin trial, insecticides

Precise comparisons preferred.
Letters
March 7
The remains of AutoZone across from the Third Precinct building in Minneapolis on May 28, 2020.

Readers Write: Reaction to Chauvin trial, Interstate 94 options, Dr. Seuss books

Please, no repeat of last summer.
Letters
March 6
“Any living creature takes advantage of whatever resources it can exploit — nobody turns down nourishment, shelter, reproduction,” wrote Peter M

Readers Write: Nature and our responsibility, narrative and data in health reporting, influential people of the North

Two ways of looking at the work of Peter Leschak.
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