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    Letters To The Editor
    Friday, April 19, 2024
    Letters To The Editor
    Friday, April 19, 2024
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    YOUR LETTERS

    One would imagine the nation's best and brightest students would have room in their heads for concepts fundamental to wisdom, such as nuance and understanding. Yet accord...
    As an elementary school teacher, I have seen firsthand the issues that teachers are dealing with, and they are very different from even five years ago. The issue that ma...
    I have been wondering why I see police vehicles driving at higher speeds than posted without their lights or sirens? I have even been tailgated by a state cop on the high...
    Portia Bordelon, a member of the Groton Town Council, is obviously invested in her role as a councilor and puts countless hours into the betterment of our town. What upse...
    I do not know the details on the the eviction issue with regards to Ivy Court (The Day, April 10, “Major landlord’s tactics to force out Groton tenants called ‘abusive.’”...
    Biden’s EPA is trying to force consumers to purchase electric vehicles so that 60% of the vehicles will be electric by 2030. The administration says EVs are cleaner, safe...
    President Biden again proposes taxpayers to flip the bill for current students loans. (“Biden promotes 'life changing' student loan relief as he rallies young voters in W...
    I write in response to Mike DiMauro’s article, “Put blame on Edwards as much as the official,” (The Day, April 7) on sharing of blame for UConn loss. We must recognize t...
    In response to yet another under regulated industry making life impossible for people in our state, Connecticut Republicans have nothing to offer. As reported by The Day...
    It seems that we never have a “fix” for problems like child care and the cost of public education. These are problems that impact individuals who have to scramble to find...
    On the the continuous stolen car crime wave along the shoreline, including at Point O’Woods Beach, the POW board continues grappling with ideas on how to protect its fron...
    I’m sharing this story because you hear about so much bad in this world, you wonder if there are any good stories to tell. My husband and I went out for dinner on Friday...

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    I was appreciating and enjoying the article by Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff and Victoria Bisset, “Five holy events and holidays are packed into late March,” reprinted from the Was...
    I would ask anyone who thinks Israel is wrong in the way it’s waging war in Gaza what you would do differently, if you were the leader of Israel? It’s easy to criticize, ...
    President Biden and the Federal Trade Commission are blaming the wrong CEOs for stubbornly high inflation. Instead, the president should blame the state, city and town el...
    Anyone with even the slightest grasp of history will agree that we are indeed a nation of immigrants. Moreover, the efforts and contributions of these people have made us...
    According to The Day article March 21 “Legislative committee approves data center study bill,” Rep. Paul Ackert, R-Coventry, voted against the bill. Attention Rep. Ackert...
    At the risk of stating the obvious, the recent collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore brings ominous thoughts of 'what-if' to all but the most oblivious co...
    Connecticut Republicans say they care about kids, but their actions tell a different story. They're quick to shoot down ideas like free school lunches and universal pre-K...
    I have been a reader of The Day for years. For most of that time, the paper provided thorough coverage of the local news and events of southeastern Connecticut. Today, Th...
    Red Jahncke’s op-ed “Gaza invasion is unjustified“ is unsophisticated analysis that’s wrong from his premise and conclusions. Jahncke is wrong to declare that Israel is n...
    The March 25 front page of The Day said it all. Right under “The Day” logo was a headline, “Conn. lawmakers hunt for way to work around budget cap.” Then directly under t...
    If you feel your Connecticut vote may not matter because of the Electoral College, then take action to make a difference in another state. There are ways you can influenc...
    After reading Rick Koster’s article, ‘At Mohegan Sun, one last ”Yellow Ribbon,’“ I remembered that before there was a Mohegan Sun, Norwich held the annual Rose Arts Festi...
    It was interesting reading The Day (Thursday, March 25). First an AP article, “EPA issues new auto rules,” then David Collins, “Legislators: Pump the brakes on data cente...
    I just called U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson to get an email address so I could write him about getting aid to Ukraine. I was astonished when the staffer told me he only...
    Our American democracy is withering like a once beautiful rose now neglected, thirsting for the life-saving water of our “better nature.” Without careful tending it will ...
    Hamas is the cause of Gazan suffering. Consider Hamas: constructed underground terrorist tunnels under hospitals, mosques, schools, housing and UNRWA headquarters; on Oct...
    Gov. Lamont has proposed legislation to abolish the independent Connecticut Port Authority and to replace it with a non-independent Connecticut Maritime Authority enfolde...
    The well-intentioned push to lower the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) threshold to 0.05 for DUI does not address the problem, and will discriminate against women and m...
    I'm curious to know how many animals are housed at the facility that $2.2 million is needed to replace it. I don't feel that funds from the Town Reserve should be utilize...
    Thank you to everyone who followed, supported and cheered on our Wheeler Lions this basketball season. The outpouring of love was felt by all and created some memories th...
    The recent discussions regarding the New London Adult Education program deeply resonate with me. As an immigrant who arrived in America in 2001, I can personally attest ...
    As an East Lyme newbie resident who moved here from a much bigger city, I wanted to describe how impressed I have been by the initial leadership moves of our newly electe...
    My husband and I enjoyed reading Daniel Drainville’s March 11 article, “Movie Night Memories,” about the Norwich-New London Drive-in back in the day. One evening in Novem...
    To all you seniors in Connecticut out there, heads up! I just got my taxes done and I was shocked. Last year, I didn’t make enough money for Connecticut to charge me inco...
    One hardly knows where to start after reading Red Jahncke’s commentary originally published in Real Clear Politics and reprinted in The Day (March 12), “Gaza invasion is ...
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