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Letter: Next year will be pivotal for Biden, U.S.

As the average working person realizes a lower standard of living due to the greatest rate of inflation in decades, the American economy will be on the edge of falling off the cliff. And printing trillions more dollars will only accelerate the fall.

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Letter: IBJ is wrong about vaccine mandates

If you don’t like government mandates, where is your editorial opposing those pesky speed limits that local, state and federal governments mandate for our safety and health? The examples of government mandates are legion.

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Letter: City should do more to protect Idle park

Set between interstates 65 and 70 in the city’s highway “spaghetti bowl,” this diamond-shaped pocket park on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail was an oasis of rest and relaxation for travelers on the trail.

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Letter: Bail funds don’t need regulation

Bail funds have existed for decades as a community-based response to the growing use of pretrial detention, and recent analyses show that releasing more people pretrial does not lead to increases in crime.

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Letter: Chamber urges action on COVID-19

While a federal vaccine mandate for certain employers is looming, we believe that decision should be left up to individual employers. They are in the best position to address any work environment challenges.

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Letter: Vaccines allow spread

This policy of “your body, my choice” is dated and misguided based on real science on what these shots are, how they work and the global results.

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