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  • Letters

    Parole exists for model prisoners like Van Houten: Letters

    Parole exists for model prisoners like Van Houten Re “Should Manson follower Van Houten be paroled?” (Question of the Week, Sept. 19): It’s time to parole Leslie Van Houten. Yes, she participated in a horrendous crime. She was young at the time, and under the influence of an evil person. She has paid dearly for her...

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    Pay inequality does long-term damage: Letters

    Pay inequality does long-term damage Re “Bill barring questions on previous pay gains steam” (Sept. 10): The most important reason we should enforce equal pay laws has to do with Social Security benefits. Social Security payments are based on the earnings of the employee. So if women are paid less than men, they get less Social...

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    Let’s move on Trump vs. Clinton: Letters

    Let’s move on from Trump vs. Clinton Re “Trump cares about himself more than storm victims” (Letters, Sept. 8): I would like to respond to the letter writer myopic view of those of us who voted for President Trump. None of the reasons he stated influenced me and many others. I can give you my reasons in four words:...

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    Trump’s ‘venom’ is aimed at right targets: Letters

    President’s ‘venom’ is aimed at right targets Re: “Trump must go, but disruption he brought should stay” (Joel Kotkin, Sept. 3): What Joel Kotkin calls President Trump’s “outrageous venom” is, in my view, non-politically correct criticism by an outsider of the current establishment’s...

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    Public shouldn’t pay price for Equifax data hacking: Letters

    Public shouldn’t pay price for Equifax data hacking Re “Equifax says data from 143 million Americans exposed in hack” (Sept. 7): Why not require Equifax to automatically offer free credit monitoring and identity theft protection for all customers, since it has names, addresses, Social Security numbers, etc., and other...

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    Should ‘Dreamers’ be allowed to stay? Readers respond: Letters

    Our Question of the Week asked, Should ‘Dreamers’ be allowed to stay in this country? Congress should find way to let young Dreamers stay I agree with Trump administration’s approach to immigration. The responsibility should go to the Congress. The “Dreamers” should be allowed to stay in the...

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    Give consumers control over credit information: Letters

    Give consumers control over credit information Re “Equifax says data from 143 million Americans exposed in hack” (Sept. 7): Seems to me the three credit bureaus — Equifax, Experian and Transunion — should have all credit reports frozen automatically, and the consumer should have the right to say it’s OK to send their information to marketing prospects. The way it’s set up now, nobody knows who has...

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