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Readers in the Inland Northwest can submit letters to The Spokesman-Review. Letters should be no longer than 200 words and must include the writer's home street address and a daytime telephone number.

August 30
  • No good news on pensions

    Page B5 Regarding the Aug. 24 editorial regarding rulings by the Washington Supreme Court on two related pension cases for State Plan 1 retirees, and the relief for taxpayers who might pay …

  • STA Plaza where it should be

    Page B5 I don’t ride the bus. I live in the Valley. But I do spend time at the Spokane Transit Authority Plaza doing volunteer work. As such, I talk to everybody …

August 29
  • Ferguson has elections

    Page A15 Amy Goodman is correct about one thing in her Aug. 22 article. The 1857 Dred Scott decision will be an eternal stain on the U.S. Supreme Court’s record. To deny …

  • Don’t steal the signs

    Page A15 “Sign, sign, everywhere a sign. …” That seems to be what announces campaign season. While a case can be made that campaign signs are organized litter or removable graffiti, the …

  • ‘Book of Mormon’ disappointing

    Page A15 I went to “The Book of Mormon” based in part on the review in The Spokesmen-Review. Having seen and heard it, I think the reviewer missed a couple of items.

  • Medical heroes

    Page A15 There are three heroes in the news today. They are Dr. Kent Brantly, Nancy Writebol and the American health care system.

August 28
  • Safer gun rights

    Page A9 I believe in the Second Amendment. What I don’t believe is that this means guns be available and stored in personal residences in urban areas. The Second Amendment is not …

  • Equal Rights for Palestinians

    Page A9 Mike Maxwell’s “Gaza fight ‘profoundly misread’ ”, (Aug. 17) shares with us his premise for understanding the problem of Israel/Palestine: “The Bible predicted that Israel would become a nation again …

  • Pakootas would care

    Page A9 Talking out of both sides of her mouth, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers professes to care for the people of the 5th Congressional District while consistently voting against them. In her …