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Letter to the editor: Support clean energy

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Rep. Elise Stefanik is trying to take back the narrative to try and target patriotic Trump supporters. Some Trump supporters are appalled by what happened that day. For Stefanik to twist the specifics of this investigation, which is solely about those rioters and their accomplices, shows that whatever story she wants to tell is fabricated.
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Toronto Sun

Letters to the Editor, June 15, 2022

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2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Globe & Mail

Letters to the editor: June 15: ‘It is past time to put planet and people ahead of profit.’ Readers weigh in on Ottawa’s climate targets, plus other letters to the editor

In today’s letters to the editor: Canada’s emissions, $100-million for BHP, investing in Dubai, Dominic Barton, medical training, mandatory voting and the Russian embassy

2 months ago·Canada
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Missoulian

Letter to the editor: Support clean energy

Thank you for sharing the recent article titled “Massive water, wind and solar project in Idaho advances.” This is an exciting time for renewable technology. Idaho’s plan to combine these three renewables in order to provide green energy even when…

2 months ago
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The London free Press

Letters to the Editor: June 15, 2022

Canada Day will be here soon and it is time for all Canadians to take back our flag. Read More

2 months ago·London, Canada
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The Bakersfield Californian

Letter to the editor: The purpose of a gun

There were a couple of pro-gun letters in Saturday's Californian mentioning that cars kill people, too. Yes they do. But cars aren't designed for the purpose of killing. Guns are. Hard as it may be to admit, every mass shooter…

2 months ago
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Letters to the Editor (6/15/22)

Liquor versus Beer I was disappointed that while "Vermont Legislature Expands Market for Ready-to-Drink Spirits Beverages" [June 7] made reference to the beer industry's opposition to H.730, it failed to include the industry's statement on the legislation. Liquor-based RTDs belong in liquor stores — not on grocery shelves with Vermont brewers. While Vermont legislators recognized that liquor is different from beer, H.730 was a massive handout to…

2 months ago
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