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Is he riding the hyperloop to L.A.? Letters

Is he using the hyperloop? Re “Demolition team digs in today” (Aug. 10): Ryan ...

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    Artifical intellgence isn’t our first challenge: Letters

    Artificial intelligence isn’t our first challenge Re “Musk warns about risks of AI” (July 18): The article says Elon Musk “warned about fast-growing artificial intelligence technologies, calling them a ‘fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization’ in need of regulation sooner...

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    TSA is still better than private airport security: Letters

    TSA is still better than private airport security Re “TSA still offers us less liberty and less safety” (Editorial, July 23): The editors of the Daily Breeze have a short memory. The TSA was created because of the failures of private enterprise’s poor handling of our airport security. The 9/11 hijackers easily breezed through various...

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    Environmental regulations cost money, but that’s fair: Letters

    Environmental regulations cost money, but that’s fair Re “Are California’s environmental rules worth the costs?” Question of the Week, July 18): The concept of external costs is relevant when thinking about environmental regulations. An external cost is a cost of doing something that isn’t paid...

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    Blame for L.A. gridlock starts in the driver’s seat: Letters

    Blame for L.A. gridlock starts in the driver’s seat Re “Condo owners file lawsuit over ‘road diet’” (July 14): If the condo owners of the Playa del Rey condos, and others, wish to sue the city of Los Angeles because they now are part of the rest of the city stuck in gridlock, then I want to sue every...

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    Republicans have no one to blame but themselves: Letters

    Republicans have no one to blame but themselves Re “Don’t blame Republicans when Obamacare fails” (Letters, July 19): To those Republicans and Trump supporters who say it is the Democrats’ fault that nothing is being done to improve healthcare in this country: Sorry, but you own it. You have been talking...

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    Tearing down memorial an insult to this veteran: Letters

    Tearing down memorial is an insult this veteran Re “Memorial to teen on bike torn down twice” (July 13): I am distressed and saddened by the callous dismantling of Ciara Smith’s memorial by Gina DiPietro. I am especially offended because I am a Vietnam War veteran and DiPietro justified...

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    South Bay’s Hadley is best choice for California governor: Letters

    South Bay’s Hadley is best candidate for governor Re “What do you want in the next governor of California?” (Question of the Week): In our next governor, I want someone who respects and follows the Constitution and existing laws of our state and country. Gov. Jerry Brown’s defiance of the laws and...

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    Hadley can bring positive change to California governor’s office: Letters

    Hadley can bring positive change to governor’s office Re “What do you want in the next governor of California?” (Question of the Week): I am supporting David Hadley in the race for governor. I look for a governor who will not fund a bullet train to nowhere or attempt to be the world’s leader in global...

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    Elon Musk’s space vision can inspire new generations: Letters

    How on Earth are stories on space travel boring? Re “Space exploration isn’t interesting anymore” (Letters, July 9): I couldn’t disagree more with Robert Schilling regarding the newsworthiness of SpaceX’s day-to-day successes and failures. As humans, I believe, we have an innate compulsion to explore and expand...

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    By next July 4, let’s have a solution to loud fireworks: Letters

    By next July 4, let’s have solution to loud fireworks When is law enforcement going to put a stop to illegal fireworks? Wilmington became unbearable on the Fourth of July. It sounded like bombs were going off in our neighborhoods,and it continued well into the early morning. No respect for the ill or the elderly, not to mention our pets. The number given to call was called by numerous people to no avail. Please, law enforcement, help us so this...

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