NYA Letters to the Editor

Nash provides understanding, leadership How do you measure a candidate? A candidate for political office should possess at least two qualities. First, the individual must have a set of solid well based core beliefs that transmit themselves all the way up to a consistent and balanced public policy. Second, the candidate must have an understanding […]

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Quality healthcare could be a thing of the past To the editor: Minnesota’s Health Insurance Exchange is now in the hands of a Conference Committee of the Minnesota legislature. There is very little time to lend your voice to head off this catastrophic mistake. Citizens of MN already have affordable (or free) access to some […]

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To the editor: If you had an opportunity to listen to or read about what President Obama and Gov. Dayton have in store for you, it isn’t encouraging. Minnesotans will likely be hammered from two directions, Washington and St. Paul. Both are big government ideologues which means job one is to grow government at the […]

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To the editor: On Monday, Feb. 11, 2013 Senator John Marty gave a presentation on his Minnesota Health Plan, a state-wide single-payer health plan that would cover all Minnesotans. The Minnesota Health Plan which Senator Marty has designed would include dental coverage, prescription drug coverage, mental health coverage, optometry, chemical dependency treatment, medical equipment and […]

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Wentzell served Carver County well in attorney’s office To the editor: On behalf of the entire Carver County Attorney’s Office, I would like to thank Mike Wentzell for his leadership as Chief Deputy County Attorney. Governor Dayton recently appointed Mr. Wentzell as a district court judge. Wentzell will be sworn in on Jan. 31 and […]

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Abortion has led nation “into the wilderness” To the editor: Next Tuesday, Jan. 22 will mark the 40th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision that struck down all laws regulating or restricting abortions, thus effectively making abortion-on-demand the law of the land. These 40 years since 1973 remind me of the […]

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