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  • Goodlander earns re-election

    Oct. 3, 2009 in Letters Deanna Goodlander deserves re-election to the Coeur d’Alene City Council as an outstanding environment leader. Goodlander’s strong support of our effort to keep Sanders Beach opened to the public, to …

  • Give control to the people

    Oct. 3, 2009 in Letters In response to Will Parks’ letter (Sept. 25), Proposition 4, the Community Bill of Rights, is not a threat to the people of Spokane but to corporations, developers and the …

  • Bill of rights wrong

    Oct. 3, 2009 in Letters Taking a cruise through Envision Spokane’s nutty “Community Bill of Rights,” what I envision is either a group of lawyers looking for an endless stream of lawsuits to work on, …

  • Duncan case shameful

    Oct. 3, 2009 in Letters If I was an attorney I would be ashamed of my profession and the attorneys and judges and the handling of the Joseph Duncan case. It has become evident through …

  • Think tank findings biased

    Oct. 3, 2009 in Letters Your article “Pro-business group lambastes measure” (Sept. 30) focuses on a report by the Washington Policy Center, an organization that is funded for the purpose of promoting big developers and …

  • Health care is right for all

    Oct. 3, 2009 in Letters So, the public option in the current health care reform bill is “down but not out.” Five of the 13 Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee voted down any option …

  • Three-step plan

    Oct. 3, 2009 in Letters To fairly sort out the kind of health care Americans deserve, Congress needs to do three things.

  • Faulty facts weaken claim

    Oct. 3, 2009 in Letters I’m responding to the letter from Bob Foster, Ph.D, economics (Sept. 30). I’m questioning his sources and, hence, his argument.