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Letter: Railroaded

When it comes to taking credit for completion of the ongoing Ronkokoma Long Island Rail Road double tracking electrification project between Farmingdale and Ronkokoma...

Letter: Boldly Trying To Cure Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is horrible, both for the more than 5.7 million people who have been diagnosed and the more than 16 million loved ones...

Letter: Support The Comprehensive Contraceptive Coverage Act

I am writing to express support for the Comprehensive Contraceptive Coverage Act (CCCA). The CCCA is a bill that Planned Parenthood and other reproductive...

Letter: Train And Tunnel Tie-Ups

Proposals by Amtrak to delay the decades overdue major repairs to the four East River tunnels until after the LIRR begins service into Grand...

Letter: The Tax Bill Doesn’t Work For LI

As members of Congress from different parties, we disagree on many issues. However, we both support the kind of tax reform that would create...

Letter: Local Bee Population Decimated By Our Garden Practices

There are crops which only honeybees pollinate. No bees, no tomatoes. But bees are dying in droves. These integral animals face threats, including disease,...

Letter: The Opioid Tax Folly Starts

The state budget that was just passed included a tax on opioid drugs sold in New York. Don’t be fooled—the tax will be paid...

Letter: Boy Scout Program Is Evolving, Not Dying

The below is a response to the oped, “Badge of Dishonor,” which ran in Hicksville News, Oct. 18-24 edition As a scout leader involved in...

Letter: Happy Sixth Anniversary NICE Bus

Thousands of Nassau County residents ride Nassau Inter County Express Bus (NICE) to jobs, schools and other destinations in Queens. Many transfer to the...

Letter: A Statement, Not A Slur

Editor's note: Members of Anton Media staff witnessed passersby yelling racial slurs at the protesting crowd on Aug. 11. ............... I don’t live in Mineola, although...

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