Letters to the Editor
To the Editor: A frequent Chief contributor from my side of the aisle took issue with my letter on de facto American cartels by claiming that President Biden shares fault because “he could also have the Justice Department file actions to break up anti-competitive combines.”
To the Editor: Joseph Cannisi's "The ever-slippery slope" letter (June 17) about a U.S. Supreme Court decision that, voted for by Republican judges, expanded gun owners' rights with a dubious interpretation of the Second Amendment, was right on the mark.
To the Editor: Back in September 1999, Chapter 390 of the Laws of 1998, and later action by the City Council, provided a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to be paid to certain pensioners of the NYC Employees Retirement System in two stages ...
To the Editor: Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL), a member of the committee on the Anti-Gun Violence Bill, said that in spite of the sudden reluctance of GOP members to agree to the terms of the bill, he believes the bill will pass.
To the Editor: Joseph Cannisi's June 3rd letter, "Cartels wrecking havoc," tells part of the story. The February 22nd "Hightower Lowdown" goes into more detail.
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