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Concerning healthcare

In response to Bill Howard’s comments [“Letters to the Editor,” West Newsmagazine, May 24], he makes some good points but then comes to an erroneous conclusion.

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Respecting the president

I am responding to J. Wade’s comments in the June 7 Letters to the Editor regarding President Trump’s brain cells, saying that our president thinks too much and it depletes his brain cells.

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Respecting the president

One of these basic rights is our freedom of speech. But just because we may have the right to say something does not mean it is right to say it.

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Concerning actions in Wildwood

Your readers might like to take a look at what is going on in Wildwood. Our mayor, Jim Bowlin, has basically stopped all public exchange of information at the city council meetings.

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Healthcare reform

Rep. Ann Wagner, dozens and dozens of attempts to simply repeal without any replacement is not acceptable.

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Regarding commencements

One of the finest, clearest, most to-the-point commencements I’ve heard or read in years! [“To the Class of 2017,” West Newsmagazine, May 24]

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Informed voters needed

To my fellow residents, did you know we can print out our sample ballot six weeks before an election? Does it matter? We’ve passed some real stinkers, and we must do a better job of understanding ballot issues.

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