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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Climate litmus test

    Another day, another gaggle of apocalyptic global warming stories. It is obvious that The Tribune looks upon the issue with such unbridled conviction that critical thinking is no longer necessary.

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    Health throwback

    It seems that writer Joe Bissin, (“ Health law’s effect ”) preferred the days when if you were unfortunate enough to develop a serious health problem, your insurance company could deny or delay treatment, and/or drop you if your treatment was costly or ongoing.

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    Transparency worth it

    We have seen the headlines repeatedly. Scandals like Bell and Vernon rock the little confidence the public has in elected officials. It’s time elected officials do more to earn the trust of the communities they serve.

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    Donate severance

    It is in my humble opinion that if Steve Adams receives his severance pay of $107,000, he should prove to the residents of Arroyo Grande that he truly cares about this amazing town and donate it entirely to the education of the youth.

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    Necessary spending

    The San Luis Obispo City Council has decided that neighborhood wellness is no longer a priority of theirs and that addressing deferred infrastructure maintenance is the lowest priority (“ SLO sets goals for next 2 years ,” Jan. 25).

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    Retaining emails

    The League of Women Voters commends The Tribune for bringing to public attention the issue of email retention policies in our local government agencies (“ A note to agencies: Keep emails ,” Jan. 28).

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    Death with dignity

    In the article about the death-with-dignity law, it’s refreshing to find Sens. Bill Monning and Lois Wolk accepting the wishes of about 65 percent of voters in California who wish to have the same rights that are available to residents of Oregon, Washington, Vermont and other states. What...

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    Distasteful puppy ad

    Shame on you, Blake Irving, for making the distasteful puppy commercial. Seems a hefty donation to Woods Humane Society or county Animal Services is in order.

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    Embarrassed by Hill

    I am part of a group of concerned San Luis Obispo County citizens who attended the Jan. 13 Board of Supervisors meeting. We are dedicated to representing our neighbors who cannot take time away from their working lives to challenge the decisions made by our elected officials.

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    A need to be seen

    I am glad to learn that much of the county is designated “bicycle friendly”; however, I do have a major concern. It is essential that we all abide by the law, but my focus is about a fundamental issue: visibility.

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