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Bike lanes are worse than an inconvenience for some: Letters

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Trump got North Korea to back off on threat to Guam: Letters

Trump got North Korea to back off on threat to Guam With all the hype about the North Korean threat to bomb Guam, I find it interesting there is no mention of North Korea backing down anywhere in the newspaper. Is this because t...

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    Why stormwater-fees bill is a must for the state: Letters

    Why stormwater-fees bill is a must for the state Re “Reject state’s end run around right to vote on stormwater fees” (Editorial, July 6): The newspaper’s editorial on Senate Bill 231 missed the point about why the legislation...

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    Acknowledge benefits and costs of fossil fuels: Letters

    Acknowledge benefits and costs of fossil fuels Re “The future of the beleaguered oil industry” (Joel Kotkin, July 23): Joel Kotkin plainly sees the benefits we’ve all enjoyed using fossil fuels. Who doesn’t? But he doesn’t see the cost society is paying. Yale’s Project on Climate Change Communication,...

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    Californians pay price for faith in climate science: Letters

    Californians pay price for faith in climate science Re “Are California environmental regulations worth the costs?” (Question of the Week, July 17): The climate is changing, scientists tell us. Science is excellent at explaining what exists and what happened throughout history. Science is terrible at predicting the...

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    On environment, we can pay now or pay later: Letters

    On environment, we can pay now or pay later Re “Energy costs making California unaffordable for too many” (Kevin McCarthy and Vince Fong, July 19): The solution proposed in the article — making energy costs more affordable by increasing domestic production — is only common sense in a world where we can...

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    Cap and trade isn’t best approach to environment: Letters

    Cap and trade isn’t best approach to environment Re “Are California environmental regulations worth the costs?” (Question of the Week, July 17): We need to include the environmental costs in the price of fossil carbon. Unfortunately, the cap-and-trade approach being taken by California is not the best.

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    Drop the Russia issue and let Trump do his job: Letters

    Drop the Russia issue nd let Trump do his job Re “Trump Jr. eager for help of Russians” (July 12): The issue over collusion with Russia has completely run its course. Donald J. Trump was elected president, and Hillary Clinton was not. The leftists and left-wing media have their bloomers in a bunch over something basically insignificant at this time. Trump is not going to be impeached, nor is Donald Trump Jr. going to be brought up for...

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    Climate-change effects are brought home by study: Letters

    Climate-change effects are brought home by study Re “Parts of Long Beach, Southern California could face chronic flooding from rising sea levels” (July 13): Thank you for the newspaper’s excellent article on the study by the Union of Concerned Scientists that shows parts of Long...

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    GOP health-care failure shouldn’t be a surprise: Letters

    GOP health-care failure shouldn’t be a surprise Re “Senate health bill dead after two more GOP senators announce opposition” (July 18): Now that enough Republican senators have turned thumbs down to repealing and replacing Obamacare, I think it’s important to re-read what former GOP Speaker of the House John Boehner said back in...

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    Expanded GI Bill would be a smart investment: Letters

    Expanded GI Bill would be a smart investment Re “Deal OK’d to expand GI Bill on education” (July 14): The expansion of the GI Bill would be a great opportunity for American veterans coming home from their tour of duty. The existing GI Bill was limited in how long a veteran was covered for tuition costs and made it difficult to get a proper education. With trade jobs expanding such as jobs in the science, technology and the engineering...

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    Face-scan security isn’t the solution for LAX: Letters

    Face-scan security isn’t the solution for LAX Re “Flying abroad? You may soon have to pause for a face scan” (July 12): As someone who frequently flies out of LAX, I can attest to the long lines and the tremendous number of people trying to catch their flights. This technology will lead to longer lines, since domestic and...

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