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    Not being forced

    It seems to me that Rebecca Fernandez ( “Speak with care,” letter April 11) wants it both ways. She’s all for free speech, but if she thinks it’s “hateful, ill-informed, prejudiced or homophobic” it should be kept to yourself. Thus, by extension, if Ms. ...

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    No laughing matter

    I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of the many references on TV to drugs. Jokes and comments about pot, cocaine, other narcotics and known users, seem quite normal nowadays. It is not a laughing matter, and it’s easy to understand why young people (perhaps others) are tempted...

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    A tiny pest is a deadly threat to SLO County’s citrus industry

    We’re fortunate to have a diversity of agriculture in San Luis Obispo County. More than 100 crops are grown here, including strawberries, wine grapes and citrus fruit. But the recent arrival of an invasive pest could mean citrus is no longer a part of this mix. As a second-generation citrus...

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    What ‘choice’?

    Christopher Arend’s April 14 letter in response to Bette Kulp’s well-researched and factual letter (April 9) outlining the disparity in earned income between men and women in the United States on the occasion of Equal Pay Day was both sexist and ignorant.

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    Things will be fine

    Thank you to the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors for its ruling in favor of the Los Osos McDonald’s.

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    Don’t need another

    This letter is a response to those who believe that having a McDonald’s in Los Osos is good for our community. To those who are unaware, here are some facts about this corporation (from financial news website 24/7 Wall Street):

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    Airbnb experience

    Visiting the United States from Germany, I have stayed at many Airbnbs around the country, including a beautiful one in Arroyo Grande.

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    Poly baseball

    While I applaud and congratulate Cal Poly basketball on making the NCAA tournament, I feel it is time for The Tribune to start showing a little love for the baseball team. At 29-5 and ranked fourth in the nation, they are quietly becoming one of the top programs. But you publish yet another story...

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    The simple difference

    The right likes to say, “Oh yeah, what about George Soros?” whenever the left decries money in politics and particularly the Koch brothers’ money.

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    Responsible visitors

    I have to respond to the letter from Paul Melikian regarding having to pay for water at a Cambria restaurant.

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