Letters To The Editor


December 02, 2005

Design, evolution both have a bias

I was disappointed that Sunday's front-page article on the debate over what should be taught in science classes ("Science, faith clash in class," Nov. 27) focused on the opinions of various sides, rather than on the actual science involved.

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Vote to protect the public health

Smoking is hazardous to health, yet some politicians object to ridding our state of smoking in bars and restaurants, where the nonsmoking majority of citizens is exposed to poisoned air.

Why are people allowed to endanger the health of others?

It is widely acknowledged that smoking, which is highly addictive, poisons our air.

Politicians need to wake up and smell the tobacco - and vote for the health of all of our citizens.

Virginia Bates


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