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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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    Series appreciated

    Just wanted to thank The Cambrian for discovering Elaine Horn and her series “Coming to Cambria.” Great writing, real life impressions, and the column has me eagerly looking forward to the next installment, whether in print or online.

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    A nomination

    Re: Paso schools leader to retire (March 26). Kathleen McNamara for president!

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    Divide and conquer

    I’m reading a book that I picked up from the Morro Bay Public Library, called “Russia: The Once and Future Empire, from Pre-History to Putin,” as a book request. It reminds me of the divide-and-conquer methods for war, like the Parker Brothers game of “Risk” for...

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    Unclear design

    The Central Coast Living section April 13 featured selected poems to celebrate National Poetry Month. I don’t know any of the featured poets, I don’t write poetry and I don’t know anything about poetry.

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    Keep current plant

    I don’t understand the rush to incur more debt for a sewage treatment plant that is unwarranted.

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    Redirect outrage

    I read with interest Leonard Pitts column in The Tribune on April 9. He was alarmed that campaign finance rules were further relaxed by a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling. He stated that the system is polluted by “billions of dollars in contributions from corporations and billionaires.”...

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    Suckered voters

    Ms. Bette Kulp in her letter of April 9 is flat wrong when she says women earn only 77 cents compared with men earning $1 “for the same job.” The Equal Pay Act codified the principle of “equal pay for equal work” 50 years ago. Any employer engaging in gender-based discrimination...

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