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Letters to the editor, May 20
It allows states to waive coverage for essential health benefits (such as hospitalization, maternity care and mental health), allows discrimination against people with pre-existing conditions like cancer or asthma (the high-risk pools won't have nearly enough money to help), allows employers to hollow out health benefits for their employees, defunds Planned Parenthood's care for women, removes funding for special education, cuts Medicaid spending by approximately $880 billion and causes more...
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Letters to the editor, May 19
Rogers, a conservative Republican apologist, "suggested" that it would probably have been best for Comey to resign for the way he handled "Hillary Clinton's email practices" last January. Very convenient.
Letters to the editor, May 16
Having run my own independent insurance agency for a number of years in the past, I can testify to the health insurance industry's being an unnecessary and expensive middleman in the health care process.
Letters to the editor, May 14
Through limited, divided government and the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, our supreme law, provides pragmatic means of working toward and guarantees of "unalienable rights" based on these "truths".
Letters to the editor, May 5
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Letters to the editor, May 13
We were co-chairs of the property tax freeze ballot measure and would like to express our sincere thanks to the following supporters: Bill Wright, the attorney who volunteered his time to prepare all of the legal papers for the petition; the electors: Larry Wilson, (non-Robson Ranch resident), Bruce Reber and Terry Mathers; and the signature committee, Don Duff, and all of the volunteers who did the foot work collecting signatures.
Letters to the editor, May 8
Members of the Foreign Service around the world and here at home came together to recognize the thousands of people who commit their lives to serving the U. S. abroad and to celebrate the impact their work.
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Letters to the editor, May 6
We must move quickly toward reducing automobile traffic and increasing public transportation if we are to keep up with the burgeoning population growth in North Texas.