Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

It's not about abortion Whether the government is trying to distract the public from what's going on at the border, the billions of dollars going towards war efforts, gun control, etc. — the laws being passed regarding women's reproductive rights are extremely alarming.

Letters to the Editor

Letter of the Week:
In Response to, "Public Health of Pharma Profits" on 4/24 The anti-vax movement has hit a fever pitch.

Letters to the Editor

Pay Checks, in Response to "Wolves Facing Extinction—Again" on 4/24 I would like to challenge you to ask Susan Prince and Nicole Vulcan if they are willing to give their pay checks to the ranchers who have lost livestock to wolves who have trespassed on private property??

Letters to the Editor

GUEST OPINION Public Health or Pharma Profits? Oregon House Bill 3063 would remove religious and philosophical exemptions for vaccines in children and force families who do not comply with the Oregon Health Authority's schedule to remove children from childcare and school (public or private).

Letters To The Editor

GUEST OPINION Earth Day Have you ever imagined how the climate story will be written in 2050?

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—It's No Longer Free to Pollute Carbon in Canada Simple economics can influence human behavior.

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Priorities for Human Survival Abuses of every kind are in the news these days, but there is an abuse that effects our entire planet, and that is the population explosion that overwhelms all resources and aggravates environmental quality.

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Fear-Based legislation, HB3063 doesn't uphold Oregon values! As it stands, Oregon will be losing over 900 teachers statewide (15 in Bend) and three school days in the current 2019-20 biennial state budget.

Letters to the Editor

Wildfire Recent legislation and commentary from political figures Rep. Greg Walden appear to support more logging/thinning as a panacea for wildfire and forest health.

Letters to the Editor

In Response to, "Happenings at Bend Parks" on 2/6


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