Letters to the Editor

Reacting to Remapping Debate's series on San Jose and the Silicon Valley region, a reader points to the exercise of narrow self-interest among wealthy liberal democrats as a key reason why regional solutions have not been implemented. More
Reader recognizes underutilization problems identified in Remapping Debate article, but thinks harms from overutilization are real and need to be emphasized. More
Reader identifies the broader interests he believes will be the winners and losers in the "remaking" of Detroit. More
Reader takes exception to article's portrayal of the two men as opponents in debate over national health insurance. More
Readers have additional questions about the lack of numbers behind reporters' inquiries on budgetary issues and about Remapping Debate's critique of the practices of some of the journalists who participated in Peterson-sponsored fiscal summits. More
A reader further questions just how affordable the Affordable Care Act is for employees. More
Long Island reader says Nuclear Regulatory Commission is moving too slowly. More
Our article on underfunded voter registration efforts prompts a close follower of such efforts to pose additional questions as to partisan and “non-partisan” voter registration drives. More