Letters to the Editor

To the Editor…

Posted July 27, 2016

Subject: Media Exaggerates Democratic Disunity I will still vote for Hillary Clinton no matter what happens the rest of the convention or after.  I figure a vote for a third-party candidate or not voting at all is really a vote
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To the Editor…

Posted July 27, 2016

Subject: Celebrate Compton’s 50th with Tenderloin Queer History Walking Tour When I first came to S.F. in the early 1960s at the tail end of the beat era, I found several gay bars in the Tenderloin like the Hide-a-way, Top
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To the Editor…

Posted July 27, 2016

Subject: Is there a secret to getting kids to eat veggies? Very interesting and thorough article.  I like the idea of “take” vs. “eat” because it gives the child more control over their food intake.  Even if there is more
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To the Editor…

Posted July 14, 2016

Subject: Please distinguish between referendums and initiatives Good article. Citizen ballot initiatives are initiated by the people. Referendums are referred to the people by legislatures. One reason this isn’t just academic is that ALEC and others around the country are
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To the Editor…

Posted July 14, 2016

Subject: protected bike lanes As a career taxi driver, I liked your article. Howver, using Copenhagen as an example to win over bike use is not accurate. Denmark’s. tax on new automobiles is almost 100%, making it impossible for most
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To the Editor…

Posted July 11, 2016

Subject: Is there a secret to getting kids to eat veggies? Ms. Dana Woldow helps to ably and clearly shed light on what first seems like a public service by Cornell Food and Brand Lab, that is getting kids to
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To the Editor…

Posted July 6, 2016

Subject: CONRAD Conrad was my brother in law. He was a special person and very thoughtful  of other people’s needs.  I never heard him raise his voice.  He was so much in love  with my sister as she was him.
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To the Editor…

Posted July 6, 2016

Subject: Remembering Conrad Knudsen, Veterans Health Hero Conrad remembered!   A gentle man of peace, a man who laughed easily with joy, a man who spoke privately (at least to me) about the “love of his life, Marsha” and how her
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