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Letters to the Editor | Week of April 15-20, 2024

Comments were varied this week, with local officials requesting support for addressing our water crisis and local hospitals. Other topics included what we might expect during the next presidential term, civility in politics and workers, both the lack o workers in businesses and the use of immigrant labor.

Letters to the Editor | Week of April 8-13, 2024

This week, letters and commentary included a discussion regarding planned changes regarding postal services in the Rio Grande Valley, uncertainty surrounding Mexico’s upcoming elections, President Biden’s halt to development of liquefied natural gas facilities and the upcoming global conference on a proposed plastics use treaty.

Letters to the Editor | Week of April 1-6, 2024

Comments this week included thoughts on Cesar Chavez’s legacy, over-the-counter birth control medication, states’ rights, the Rio Grande Valley’s water needs and inflation, in addition to continued debate regarding major parties’ presidential candidates and positions.

Letters to the Editor | Week of March 25-30, 2024

Letter writers this week addressed politics and politicians and water scarcity — and safety, among other topics.

Letters to the Editor | Week of March 18-23, 2024

Discussion about political statements and the accuracy of information dominated this week’s public forum. Other contributions addressed opportunities and compensation for women in the workplace, the importance of history, the unique educational opportunity offered by the upcoming solar eclipse and who deserves credit for social and economic improvements, among other topics.

Letters to the Editor | Week of March 11-16, 2024

This week’s letters questioned police decisions, pretrial treatment of defendants and opposition to the proposed exchange of land between the state and SpaceX, along with the presentation of political positions.

Letters to the Editor | Week of March 4-9, 2024

Contributions this week included comments on children and schools’ difficulties facing budget shortfalls, in addition to the continued debate on political parties and political positions. Common topics among them addressed immigration and the fate of those who come to our border.

Letters to the Editor | Week of Feb. 26-March 2, 2024

Letters to the editor published in The Monitor, Valley Morning Star and The Brownsville Herald during the week of Feb. 26-March 2, 2024.

Letters to the Editor | Week of Feb. 19-24, 2024

Letters to the editor published in The Monitor, Valley Morning Star and The Brownsville Herald during the week of Feb. 18, 2024.

Letters to the Editor | Week of Feb. 12-17, 2024

Contributors this week continued to offer varied thoughts on our political parties and officials. In addition, animal shelters and pet care continued to draw attention as well as immigration, border security and other topics.