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Readers Reflect

Readers Reflect houses bite-sized letters to the editor. They come to us in many shapes and sizes, and it is up to the opinion editor to vet submissions, slim them to size, and edit them for style and clarity when appropriate. Email editors@moonshineink.com to share your reflection, or comment on one of our Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter posts.

Opinion Pages Should be a Sounding Board, Not a Pulpit; Spoken...

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In response to opinion piece, The Sky is Not Falling Opinion Pages Should be a Sounding Board, Not a Pulpit Moonshine Ink has been a great...

Longtime Gas Price-Fixing; Not so Distant

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In support of rate increases for underground lines; gas station price-fixing; separation of snowmobilers and skiers

ELECTION 2018 | Candidate Endorsements Oct. 16

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We’ve had a bevy of campaign endorsement letters to the editor submitted this month, which we take as a great sign that our community is getting involved. Here is the latest batch of letters, and we’ll be continuing to publish them throughout the month so keep ‘em coming Truckee/Tahoe!

Enforcement Over Regulation; Acting Now on Climate

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Readers Reflect: Calls to climate action and in rejection of the necessity of fossil fuels; reaction to STRs, horses, bears; more.

Experience the Lake Tahoe School Makerspace; Crisis Overstated?

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Letters to the editor, Facebook comments, and more

Defending the Electoral College; Microplastics

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In response to last month’s financial column; a stellar issue; the case for the electoral college; microplastics.

Points for Free Press; the Election’s Focusing Illusion

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In response to November issue, Shine Ons, and national politics.

Wallace Apologizes; Stephens Does, Too

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Airport district directors apologize to Jim Wilkinson, for personal attacks that followed campaign finance questions.

Housing Topic Important Issue; Kudos to El Dorado County

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Letters to the editor, Facebook comments, and more

A Goose Solution, Ban Drones at Donner

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Time to break out the geese decoys; The good and bad side of drones in Tahoe