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PORTLAND PHOENIX LETTERS
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, March 8, 2013
As an employee in downtown Portland as well as a resident, I've been exposed to a climate of escalating hostility surrounding the entrance to the Planned Parenthood of Northern New England offices.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, February 1, 2013
In the January 11 Portland Phoenix, book reviewer Charles Taylor lauds Kate Moss — the notoriously waifish model — as the "most extraordinary photographic muse of our era."
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, January 4, 2013
I was very disappointed that the Phoenix chose to endorse subsidizing the wind power industry.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, November 30, 2012
What does it mean to be a courageous journalist?
An article on this subject ("On Being Undead," by Jeff Inglis, October 26) needs to be done with great thought and care.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, October 26, 2012
I applaud the efforts of the Occupy Movement to organize for change, and feel Lincoln Park is less interesting now that its tent city is gone.
Letter to the Portland Phoenix editors, October 19, 2012
Why do some Maine politicians keep talking about businesses as "job creators?"
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, September 21, 2012
As a member of the LGBT community for the past 45 years I can tell you that marriage equality (see "Yes On One? Duh ," by Deirdre Fulton, September 14) is not on the front burner for most of the people I know in my community.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, September 14, 2012
Isn't it wonderful that the government that has cut every human-services program it can and has filed a lawsuit against the federal government to further cut MaineCare and health programs for fellow citizens has somehow now found the capital to send a group of political lackeys on a sell-Maine-business junket to China?
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, September 7, 2012
I loved your "Reimagining Portland" ideas — except one.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, August 31, 2012
In May when I asked Peter Vigue at the County Commissioner's meeting in Dover-Foxcroft about the potential for a tar sands oil pipeline in the proposed East-West Corridor (see "Tar Sands Disaster," by Deirdre Fulton, August 17) he dismissed the question.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, July 6, 2012
It has been suggested, as an alternative to the warehouse-like "ballroom" proposed by the Eastland Hotel's new owners, that Congress Square and adjacent buildings be redesigned and redeveloped as a "centerpiece" urban plaza.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, June 8, 2012
Lance Tapley's assessment of environmental protection efforts during the 125th Legislature (see "'Holding the Line,'" May 25) gives due credit to some like Senator Tom Saviello, but ignores integral efforts of important others.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, June 1, 2012
Lance Tapley's article, "Lawmakers Mostly Stand Up Against Environmental Assault" (May 25) claims that Natural Resources Committee (NRC) Chair, Senator Tom Saviello, may have saved Maine's environment this session.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editor, April 27, 2012
I agree whole-heartedly with Deirdre Fulton that a paucity of women interested in holding political office is bad (see "Female Dems Could Help Take Back State House," April 20).
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, April 13, 2012
Within the last two weeks, both my girlfriend and I have been treated condescendingly by independent storeowners in Portland. The nature of our interactions has led us to question the very "Keep Portland Independent" philosophy that led us to relocate here in January.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, April 6, 2012
In my opinion, the Reverend Wesley J. Mills needs to take his own advice (see " Know Before You Spout ," letter to the editor, March 16).
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, March 16, 2012
Recent discussions of church and state have revealed how little candidates and pundits know about US history.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editors, March 2, 2012
The sad fact is that the Democratic and Republican parties in our state have been bought by large corporate interests through campaign donations and lobbying.
Letters to the Portland Phoenix editor, February 10, 2012
Mainers now have the opportunity to participate in the first-ever national online primary that is open to everyone.
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