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Letter: Abuse is not key housing issue

The housing crisis is not good for anyone—renters or landlords. Hopefully, our community will rally around systemic and sustainable policy solutions instead of searching for a few examples of abuse.

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Letter: New districts should be competitive, too

Contrary to the editorial’s position, districts should also be made competitive to foster discussion and debate of crucial issues at the district level. Indiana’s current districts contribute to harmful polarization.

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Letter: Public access violations must be reported

Most of the time it seems that average citizens, rather than corporations, are the parties most often on the receiving end of agency misfeasance or malfeasance in failing to comply with the two primary public access statutes.

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Letter: Diversity important in health care

Part of the disparity in health outcomes is attributable to how people of color are treated by white practitioners vs. practitioners of color, even when the practitioners are “equally” skilled.

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