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Letters to the editor, July 22
Thanks to the agency, banks will no longer be able to include fine print in agreements that deny service members and other customers their rights to join class-action lawsuits.
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Letters to the editor, July 21
One can't help wondering if included in the total elderly killed or injured in automobile accidents was the Texas Hill Country accident killing 13 elderly people by a 20-year-old driver who was intoxicated and admitted to texting.
Letters to the editor, July 18
He was supposed to be honest with the people who elected him, but he joined forces with our worst enemy against the very system that made America great in the first place.
Letters to the editor, July 16
A recent column in the DRC, "Making better choices on beverages can lead to healthier lifestyle," fails to note that federal data on the U. S. diet shows unequivocally that consumption of beverages with sugar is not a unique driver of obesity.
Letters to the editor, July 7
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Letters to the editor, July 15
See: Effect of Removal of Planned Parenthood from the Texas Women's Health Program, by Amanda J. Stevenson, M. A. , Imelda M. Flores-Vazquez, Ph. D. , Richard L. Allgeyer, Ph. D. , Pete Schenkkan, J. D. , and Joseph E. Potter, Ph. D. in the New England Journal of Medicine on March 3, 2016.
Letters to the editor, July 10
When markets failed and millions of Americans were left vulnerable and afraid, the greedy rich preaching laissez-faire were satisfied to let them all starve, but government agencies like the WPA gave them help and hope.
Walter E. Williams: Western values far superior to all others
Let me say this about that
Letters to the editor, July 8
With Denton County Election Administrator Frank Phillips back on the job, there should be extensive training resulting in no misprogrammed machines or counted ballots being mixed with uncounted ones in future elections.