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YOUR LETTERS: Charter school legislation would privatize education at the expense...

As a union member and the parent of three children enrolled in St. Louis Public Schools (SLPS), I am deeply dismayed that so many...

YOUR LETTERS: Supporting unions with the PRO Act

Like so many Americans, I want to grow our economy the best we can. This means investing in clean energy, funding for roads and bridges,...

YOUR LETTERS: Voter suppression underway

Several proposals – several – have been introduced in the current session of the Missouri Legislature to limit citizens’ access to the ballot and...

YOUR LETTERS: ‘Worst mistake’

You’re probably familiar with Missouri’s most infamous GOP politician, U.S. Senator Josh Hawley. Hawley has only been in office for two years, but his cynical,...

YOUR LETTERS: Minimum wage – Should employers be supporting employees or...

There has been much discussion in the news about the minimum wage aspect of the federal stimulus package. However, I have not heard much...

YOUR LETTERS: Biden’s ‘Buy American’ executive order will boost economy

The concept of Buy American is simple: Our tax dollars should be used to create jobs and advance production here at home. For far too...

YOUR LETTERS: Issues that inspired the Capitol mob must be addressed

Regarding “Trump sees power as private property — a habit shared by autocrats throughout the ages” (St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Jan. 19, 2021): On Nov....

YOUR LETTERS: Fixing the systems that have failed working families

We welcome President Biden’s actions to reverse the Trump administration’s cruel, racist and divisive immigration policies and introduce constructive, inclusive alternatives. These essential steps...

YOUR LETTERS: This is not a game

I am heartbroken and furious over the events that unfolded in our nation’s Capitol building. Sadly, these events were the inevitable result of months...

YOUR LETTERS: A day when everything changed

Jan. 6, 2021. This will be one of the dates our country looks back on like Dec. 7, 1941 or Sept. 11, 2001. A...