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    Letter: Volunteers help

    I read the story "Across the Spectrum" (TCH, Aug. 10) with more than a little interest. I am a community volunteer for a non-profit organization call Washington PAVE (Partnerships for Action. Voices for Empowerment). This state-wide organization works as advocates for special education students ...

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    Letter: Some scientists cool off

    A climate realists' article by John O'Sullivan reports that "50 IPCC Experts Expose Washington Post Global Warming Lies." It states "Mainstream media mouthpiece left shamefaced as 50 international climate experts break ranks to defy global warming cult and denounce junk science."

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    Letter: Safety tax questions

    Reading the article on the new public safety tax, I noticed that only four new police officers would be added by June of next year, a total of 12 officers would be added at a later date. There was a push for this tax to pass because of the urgent need for additional officers, public defenders, etc...

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    Letter: Equal time

    Every Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m. KAPP/KVEW News has a segment called "open mike," involving two journalists from the Yakima Herald Republic discussing various topics in the news, ranging from political topics, candidates running for office, etc. During the past spring, high school sports season...

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    Letter: Motorized vehicle?

    Electric-assisted bikes are defined as needing to have fully functional pedal system. One municipality (Pasco) is stating that disconnecting the pedals themselves removes that functionality and the bike is now a motorized vehicle requiring a licensed rider even if the pedals are with the bike and...

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    Letter: Is it forgery?

    It's very commendable of the Tri-City Herald to give a voice to the idiots of the world by occasionally printing an editorial by Mark Mansperger. That's why I'm convinced that his last editorial on understanding tribalism to comprehend Iraq must have been written by one of his students. That article...

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    Letter: Now it makes sense

    The article by mark Mansperger on "Understand tribalism to comprehend Iraq" (In Focus, Aug. 17) was the first time I actually understood what was driving the conflict there. His conclusion was insightful: that supporting Middle Eastern countries in becoming smaller, more homogeneous societies might...

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    Letter: Little choice

    Disregarding the one viable candidate with both experience and education in government as well as a demonstrated level-headedness, Washington's 4th District voters chose to create a one-sided coin for voters to flip in the upcoming election.

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    Letter: Teach Congress a lesson

    One of society's biggest problems is that taxes keep going up with almost no relief, excepting for Congress. I believe that Congress is always looking for projects they can brag about for service to the people. Unfortunately, they use our money for resume bragging.

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    Letter: For official use only

    Government vehicles have that sign visibly placed on the doors. What does it mean? This vehicle can only be used for work-connected usage. A government employee may be fired for using a government-owned vehicle for his own personal use.

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