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    CO2 causes drought

    California’s unprecedented heat wave and drought (“First six months of the year were the warmest in California history,” July 22) is yet another unmistakable wake-up call to the increasing risks of climate change.

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    More Hobby hysteria

    Evelyn Cole’s letter on July 9 in reaction to the Hobby Lobby decision outrageously lumps the U.S. Supreme Court together with ISIL and the Taliban, falsely claiming that the Supreme Court “wants to ban birth control.”

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    One less dollar

    My heart goes out to the suffering people of Central America and throughout the world, but nothing happens in a vacuum.

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    Time to say stop

    I would like to add my voice to that of Craig Dingman (“ Fomenting Antipathy ,” July 19). I have always supported a Jewish state, but I have also just as strongly supported a Palestinian state.

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    Anti-gang efficacy

    I have enjoyed the series about gangs in our county by Matt Fountain. Lots of statistics and information on taxpayer grant monies being spent.

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    Water Music thanks

    Thanks to all who recently participated in the first “Water Music Morro Bay.” It was a lot of fun to play music on the water and to celebrate the 297th anniversary of George Handel’s “Water Music.”

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    Obama, take action

    It makes one’s stomach retch: an airplane blown out of the sky by a war missile, innocent people dead — some still strapped in their seats unattended and exposed to nature and perhaps worse, human jackals.

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    The city should pay

    Laguna Lake has been silting at an alarming and unnatural rate, ever since developers were allowed to redirect Prefumo Creek from its original meander to a straight channel feeding into the lake.

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    Wake up, water users

    So I pick up this morning’s Tribune, and the first headline I see is “California makes wasting water a crime” (July 16). Then, immediately next to that, “City steps in to revitalize Laguna Lake.” How much water will THAT take?

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    Changing kids’ lives

    The Friends of Prado Day Center would like to thank the congregations of the Christian Science Church and St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church.

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