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City should have consulted those who use Vista Del Mar: Letters

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Voters would have less to do if officials did their jobs: Letters

Voters would have less to do if officials did their jobs Re “Are California voters asked to decide ...

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    Sen. Harris knows the law, except on immigration: Letters

    Harris knows the law, except on immigration Re “How Sen. Harris is shaking up D.C.” (June 5): I found your story on Sen. Kamala Harris quite interesting. While I admire her passion, I’m afraid I can’t agree with her on much — particularly the irony of her having had experience of prosecuting...

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    There’s a right and wrong place for homeless encampments: Letters

    A right and wrong place for homeless encampments Re “Officials plead for more housing” (June 1): Of course they want more housing, because none of it will be anywhere close to where they live. Take, for instance, the picture shown of the San Pedro encampment. How many so-called...

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    Trump must allow nation a little peace and quiet: Letters

    Trump must allow nation a little peace and quiet President Trump is smarter than the scientists who discovered climate change. He is smarter than the generals in all the armed forces. He is more intelligent than Ninth Circuit Court judges. He has the handle on health care even more than the General Accounting Office and common sense. He surrounds himself with yes men. If you do not swear loyalty to a cause, you are terminated. Has any other president in...

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    Fines should be higher for defying Public Records Act: Letters

    Fines should be higher for defying Records Act Re “State’s Public Records Act needs this boost” (Editorial, June 1) The corruption in California governments, both state and local, is well entrenched. A fine of $1,000 to $5,000 against agencies having budgets of up to the tens of millions of dollars per year is laughable. This bill, if it...

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    Metro can steer bus fleet toward zero emissions: Letters

    Metro can steer bus fleet toward zero emissions Re “Metro can go two ways at once in choosing L.A.’s new bus fleet” (Guest commentary, May 24): Many transit agencies, large and small, in California and beyond are transitioning to zero-emission bus fleets, including Foothill and Antelope Valley transit...

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    There’s nothing moderate about the threat from Iran: Letters

    There’s nothing moderate about the treat from Iran Re “Iran’s president bests hard-liner for second term” (May 21): If you believe Iran President Hassan Rouhani is a moderate, I have some cheap property in downtown Manhattan to sell you. Iran has been and continues to be the biggest sponsor...

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    ‘Unnamed sources’ are more factual than some others: Letters

    ‘Unnamed sources’ are more factual than some Re “If sources are unnamed, why do we believe them?” (Letters, May 19): Barry Levy complains about “unnamed sources” and “fabricating stories,” but fails to acknowledge that this fake president is the source of far more fake news than all other...

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    Send people to Mars? Not until we do better on Earth: Letters

    Send people to Mars? Not until we do better on Earth Re “Would you want to travel to Mars?” (Question of the Week, May 23): Should we start settlements on Mars. No! We can’t even makes things work 100 percent here on Earth. Why would we try to do that on an uninhabitable planet? We have millions of starving people here, and we...

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    Think again and support Palos Verdes’ own police: Letters

    Think again and support Palos Verdes’ own police A motorist on Via Del Monte in Palos Verdes Estates this past Friday morning hit a stray dog. The driver, who most likely was speeding, fled the scene. The police were notified by passers-by and responded immediately to help the stricken dog and take it to get proper care. As a long-time resident of Palos Verdes Estates, I was reminded how effective and concerned our police department is with regard to the...

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    On health care, Feinstein has the wrong prescription: Letters

    On health care, Feinstein has the wrong prescription Re “Medicare changes to hurt vulnerable, state’s finances” (Commentary, May 24): Does Sen. Dianne Feinstein really think that House Republicans wake up in the morning and wonder: How can I make an all-out attack on our...

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