It is important for readers of LETTERS (and headlines that may be associated with those letters), to realize that they are reading someone’s opinion, and/or point of view. Letters to the Editor are an opportunity for people to express their opinion and/or position on subject matter that is important to them. Letters are not fact checked, or edited, and should, in no way, be viewed as news. They often express passionate opinions regarding public policy, politics and/or other timely matters, but readers need to be careful not to interpret the content of those letters as fact.

John Thrasher


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