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Wednesday, April 16,2014
Letters

Letters to the editor

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In your March 19 “Editor’s Note,” you said: “I believe you can have the research, rescue, conservation and education without the exploitation and the gaudy entertainment.” My sentiments exactly.
Wednesday, April 9,2014
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Letters: Heartbreaking entertainment

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I’ve been a resident of San Diego for 34 years and visited SeaWorld once, years ago. The “Shamu Show” broke my heart, and the memory of the orcas performing tricks is forever etched in my mind.
Wednesday, April 2,2014
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Letters: Keep it open

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The way unions build the middle class is by making sure there are jobs that provide a middle-class living. Just because someone is pro-union doesn’t make them anti-business. Frankly, I am sick of this push to be “pro-business”; why don’t we try to be “pro-citizens”?.
Wednesday, March 26,2014
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Letters: Morlan and Peña

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I just wanted you to know that I loved Kinsee Morlan’s story about Daniel Peña [“Art & Culture,” Feb. 26]. His work is great, and Morlan is, too, for writing about him.
Wednesday, March 12,2014
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Letters: Trucks benefit all

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No, Councilmember Lorie Zapf, the San Diego City Council cannot enact laws to protect restaurants from the competition of food trucks [“News,” Feb. 19].
Wednesday, March 5,2014
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Letters: It's about location

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Regarding the affordable-housing offset that was mentioned in the Jan. 15 editorial and previous articles: Location, location, location!
Wednesday, February 26,2014
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Letters: Getting better all the time

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I was one of your letters to the editor a while ago [May 14, 2012] and just wanted to tell you that things with food stamps have gotten a lot better.
Monday, February 17,2014
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Letters: Another D6 candidate

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Mitz Lee has lived in Mira Mesa and raised her two sons to adulthood in our public schools. She sits on the board of Rancho YMCA and serves on the San Diego Human Relations Commission.
Wednesday, February 12,2014
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Letters: Fee or tax—no diff

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Regarding your Jan. 15 editorial: Did you call Obamacare supporters “liars” when they said their Affordable Care Act penalties were fees instead of a tax when the Supreme Court affirmed it was a tax?
Wednesday, January 15,2014
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Letters: ‘Intriguing’ ED Decker

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I really loved Edwin Decker’s Dec. 24 “Sordid Tales” column, “Oh Satanism, how you disappoint me.” He’s a very intriguing, talented, entertaining and humorous writer. I look forward to reading more of his work and will check out his website.
 
 
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