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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: "Don't Be Fooled," Oppose The Global Proposal

Dear Editor;

I rarely, if ever, write letters to the editor – but I feel the need to set the record straight after reading Mr. Michael Caira’s letter to the editor that was deliberately and intentionally written in a way to deceive readers about the Global Partners proposed mega-gas station on West Street. 525 more words

Letter To The Editor

How far have we come?

This letter to the editor, written by the strongest person I know, ran in The Dallas Morning News on Aug. 17, 2000. My mother’s words and the community’s response inspired me to become a journalist. 101 more words

Opinion

Readers Have Their Say ... On Pain And Who Stands To Gain In Drug Market

Letters to the Editor is a periodic KHN feature. We welcome all comments and will publish a selection. We edit for length and clarity and require full names. 1,642 more words

The Health Law

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Caira Addresses Questions & Concerns Regarding Global Proposal

Dear Editor,

Recent letters to the editor have raised questions and concerns about the proposal by Global Partners to build a retail gas station and convenience market at the intersection of Lowell and West Streets near the I-93 off ramp. 615 more words

Letter To The Editor

Published in Endocrine Practice

This is a letter we just had to write. We sent a fully documented Letter to Editor of Endocrine Practice Journal, concerning a published algorithm for the treatment of Type II Diabetes. 330 more words

Plant-based Diet

Letter to the Editor: Frederick S. Lopez

Dear Editor, 

(Re: “Patience is running thin over rail crossing safety,” TW Aug. 2)

First of all, I mean no disrespect to anyone, but I can no longer sit by listening to and reading about how the railroad needs to make the railroad crossings safer.  177 more words

Letter to the Editor - Richmond Review

Editor:

Have you noticed prices going up for Muni, BART and your local businesses?

On July 1, a new wave of minimum wage increases went into effect in San Francisco – 594 more words

Richmond Review