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Letters to Sports: Dodgers’ pennant run comes with concern

With the defending-champion Dodgers fighting for playoff position, readers wonder what to make of Cody Bellinger’s play and Dave Roberts’ decisions.

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Letters: 9/11 brought us together. We can unite once again.

Opinion content—editorials, columns and guest commentaries—is created independent of news reporting and is exclusive to subscribers. I was getting ready for my French class. My tutor was going to arrive in about an hour, and then I heard that something crashed into one of the twin towers in New York. A plane. I thought it…

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August Letters

Letters From the August 9/16, 2021, Issue

Calling Arizona1 Sasha Abramsky’s article “Flipping Arizona” rightly highlights the hard work of the canvassers of Unite Here in flipping red Arizona blue in 2020 [June 28/July 5]. Also hardworking, and even more “unsung,” were the thousands of phone bank callers across the country who were not able to travel to Arizona during the pandemic…

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Letters Preventing

Letters: We all play a part in preventing the abuse of CTA operators

Opinion content—editorials, columns and guest commentaries—is created independent of news reporting and is exclusive to subscribers. As we all return to activities we sorely missed during the pandemic, let us not forget the people who carried us through these challenging times: our city’s essential workers. Among those dedicated public servants are CTA’s front-line employees —…

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Letters to the Editor — May 9, 2021

May 8, 2021 | 8:37pm | Updated May 8, 2021 | 8:37pm Enlarge Image A Post reader weighs in on being optimistic about COVID vaccines — but remembering we have more work to do amid its uncertainty. Don Pollard COVID uncertaintyThe Post editorial about herd immunity makes several good points, albeit within the context of…