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November 4
Razor ribbon rings the burned-out Minneapolis Third Police Precinct building in April.

Readers Write: Police reform, Democrats' strategy

The trick is to hold police to it.
Letters
November 3
People check election results on their phones at the Yes On 2 election night party at the Gold Room Restaurant and Lounge in Minneapolis on Tuesday.

Readers Write: Policing in Minneapolis

Next, the hard part.
Letters
November 2
Minneapolis kindergarten teacher Courtney Cline helped students in 2019 with phonemic awareness, including identifying the sounds that go with syllabl

Readers Write: Literacy in Minneapolis schools, mining

Read to your kids.
Letters
November 1
A passenger boarded a Northstar Line train out of Minneapolis in August 2020.

Readers Write: Northstar rail, Glasgow climate summit, gardening, Pope Francis and Biden, small towns

It's not too late to save Northstar.
Letters
October 31
Gov. Tim Walz speaks at a news conference outside the Capitol in June. He officially announced his re-election bid Oct. 19.

Readers Write: Gov. Walz's re-election bid, the Legislature, Ramsey County sheriff, Congress, jobs

Walz doesn't deserve another term.
Letters
October 30
Election judges worked to process test ballots on Oct. 22 at the Elections and Voter Services office in Minneapolis.

Opinions on the 2021 election: Readers Write

Starting with City Question 2 — a plan or a promise? Plus: government structure, rent control and mayoral and ward contests.
Letters
October 29
Readers Write: Rent control, 10th Ward City Council race, City Question 2's effectiveness

Readers Write: Rent control, 10th Ward City Council race, City Question 2's effectiveness

Which problem would it solve?
Letters
October 28
The Waterford Bay apartment building under construction in St. Paul in April.

Readers Write: Rent control, city government structure, policing, farewell to friends

Feasible and fair.
Letters
October 27
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, walking ahead of Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo, arrived at a news conference at City Hall in 2020.

Readers Write: Minneapolis mayoral race, mining and the environment

Promote the ranked-choice attitude.
Letters
October 26
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg leaves a hotel in Dublin after a meeting with politicians to discuss regulation of social media and harmful content on Ap

Readers Write: Ditching Facebook, Jan Malcolm, Alec Baldwin, St. Paul school board, LEAP High School

Dump your account.
Letters
October 25
An aerial view of River Point Resort on Birch Lake, not far from where the Twin Metals underground mine would be built.

Readers Write: Twin Metals, 'forever chemicals,' Jan. 6, city living

Read that editorial, lawmakers.
Letters
October 24
A Chester County, Pa., Health Department worker fills a syringe with Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in December.

Readers Write: Vaccines, farming, St. John's

Enough carrot. Try stick.
Letters
October 23
Metro Transit bus driver Melanie Benson stopped to greet riders on her decorated bus as she celebrated her 45th anniversary of driving passengers arou

Readers Write: Beloved bus driver, juvenile justice program, vaccine exemptions, Edina Cinema

Thanks for the rides, Melanie.
Letters
October 22

Readers Write: Colin Powell, contempt of Congress, fishy campaign funds

Fix what went wrong.
Letters
October 21
The Biden administration is seeking a 20-year moratorium on mining in the Superior National Forest near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, abo

Readers Write: Boundary Waters, police stops, health care, road safety

Thank goodness for that study.
Letters
October 20
Colin Powell greets delegates on July 31, 2000, at the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia.

Readers Write: Colin Powell, driving and transit

A model of service.
Letters
October 19
Enbridge utility contractors worked to identify and mark an older Enbridge pipeline at one of the Line 3 work sites in Carlton, Minn., on Dec. 11, 202

Readers Write: Line 3, medical costs, guns, Colin Powell

Don't be so quick to claim victory.
Letters
October 18
As in cities across the country, rising crime during the COVID-19 pandemic has left St. Paul exhausted and on edge. City residents are still reeling f

Readers Write: Crime in St. Paul, gun violence, Winston Smith

One antidote to crime: Small retailers.
Letters
October 17
Students work at LEAP High School in St. Paul in 2015.

Readers Write: LEAP High School, Julian Assange, Minneapolis' Third Ward, Indigenous Minnesotans

Save LEAP High School.
Letters
October 16
The burned-out Third Precinct at the corner of East Lake Street and Minnehaha Avenue in Minneapolis.

Readers Write: Minneapolis mayoral race, ranked-choice voting, predatory settlement practices, vaccines

Minneapolis will not recover like this.
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