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Letters to the Editor10/5/13
To the Editor: A letter to Corsicana Mayor Chuck McClanahan:
I was saddened to read the story in the paper stating the city was planning to close the public swimming pools so that a for-profit water park located on the edge of town across an Interstate highway could make a little more money.
Letters to the Editor 9/14/13
To the Editor: I’m sure the folks concerned with the remodeling of our Courthouse are aware of the following that I recently read.
Letters to the Editor 9/7/13
Voter ID debate
To the Editor: In the Corsicana Daily Sun article (July 26, 2013), U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is singling out Texas for legal action, following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling which struck down Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act. The Obama administration desires the federal court to re-instate its authority over voting laws in Texas. This action violates the U.S. Constitution’s allowance for states to set their own election laws.
Letters to the Editor 8/31/13
Treasurer speaks out
To the Editor: The Office of County Treasurer in many counties also acts as the Human Resources Department (HR).
Letters to the Editor 8/17/13
Listening to you at home,working for you in Washington
To Navarro County residents: The nation is at a cross roads. The decisions made over the next few years will affect us for generations. From efforts to infringe on your 4th Amendment Rights to Immigration Reform and ObamaCare – I want to know what you think should be done in Washington.
Letters to the Editor 8/3/13
A Letter of Thank You’s
On behalf of the NAACP Branch, unit # 6209 of Navarro County, Corsicana under the leadership of Mrs. Rowena Winfrey, president,
Letters to the Editor 7/27/13
In Memory of Sharon Barlow Nabors
To the Editor: Saturday, July 20, 2013 would have been my only daughter’s birthday. But she had cancer.
Letters to the Editor 7/20/13
Form vs. Function
To the Editor: There are those who would say I am against the courthouse renovation. That is not true; I am against this particular proposal.
Letters to the Editor 7/6/13
To the Editor: Hundreds of protestors disrupted the Texas Senate legislative proceedings as the special session closed at midnight June 25. Their yelling and chanting delayed the Texas Senate vote on SB 5, which passed just before the midnight deadline, but did not have time to be signed, so the measure automatically failed despite a 19-10 vote in favor.
Letters to the Editor 6/29/13
Let the People Decide
To the Editor: It is very disconcerting that we live in a free society where the people have lost their voice. Although we are quick to criticize Washington, we the people, allow our local governments to do the same thing as Washington does: Spend our money without our approval.
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