Letters
July 29
Naomi Stone protested for missing and murdered Indigenous women in Minneapolis in February.

Readers Write: Ivanka Trump's visit, missing and murdered Indigenous women, mask mandate, bonding bill

This is spurious support.
Clarence Page
July 29
Chicago police investigate the scene of a mass shooting where more then a dozen people were shot in the Gresham neighborhood of Chicago, on July 21.

President Trump's focus on Chicago violence could be helpful …

… but will he stay committed to real assistance?
Rekha Basu
July 29
An aerial view shows people gathered inside painted circles on the grass encouraging social distancing at Dolores Park in San Francisco, California on

It felt kind of nice to be frisked …

… and other anomalies of the times.
Editorial
July 28

Condemning hate at a Minnesota Walmart

German-born vicar deserves praise for confronting swastika-wearing couple.
Owen Duckworth
July 28
With some eviction restrictions ending, a new pandemic is threatening to take hold.

Counterpoint: There's still time to stop the eviction epidemic

$100 million in state rental assistance is a great start, but it's nowhere near the amount required to meet the needs of renters.
Opinion Exchange
July 28

FCC needs to expand broadband access program

With some schools shut, learners without Wi-Fi will suffer the most.
Letters
July 28
Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender, pictured in 2019.

Readers Write: Minneapolis City Council, Enbridge Line 3, mail-in voting, Rosie the Riveter

Less power to the president, please.
Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer
July 28
Protesters march away from the State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn.

Counterpoint: I am a racist. So is Katherine Kersten. She can't admit it.

The first step is acknowledging the problem.
Steve Sack
July 28
Sack cartoon: No shirt, no shoes ...

Sack cartoon: No shirt, no shoes ...

Eddie R. Cole
July 28
The University of Georgia plays against Arkansas State in Athens, Ga., in 2019.

Playing college football in 2020 would continue to devalue Black lives

Asking them to risk their health to preserve revenue for universities would simply be an extension of the long tradition in American higher education.
Michelle Cottle
July 28
Former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic Party’s presumptive presidential nominee, speaks in Wilmington, Del., June 30.

In depth: The battle for Joe Biden

He's not listening to Twitter. So who does have the candidate's ear?
Editorial
July 27

Keep state's bars, restaurants safe for everyone

Minnesotans can reduce COVID-19 infection rate simply by following state reopening rules.
Opinion Exchange
July 27

Blame House Republicans for failure of 2020 bonding bill

Their opposition costs Minnesotans waiting for needed infrastructure.
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