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Letters to the Editor: The obsession with Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Catholicism is un-American
The Constitution does not allow for a religious test to be applied to judges. Why is Judge Amy Coney Barrett getting so much scrutiny?
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Letters to the Editor: Don't be naive about dogs that attack. They're dangerous and often need to be put down
Dogs that are seen lunging after people and other animals need to be reported to animal control. They can be dangerous and uncontrollable.
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Letters to the Editor: What we can still do for Breonna Taylor: End the drug war and bad policing
It would probably be impossible to convict any officers for Breonna Taylor's death. Instead, society can reform in ways to prevent this from happening again.
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Opinion: L.A. Times' transparency on internal turmoil draws praise, skepticism from readers
Readers express appreciation for the L.A. Times' local ownership and the paper's willingness to report on its troubles. Others are more critical.
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Op-Ed: In this dismal year, Yom Kippur needs a rethink
For thousands of years, we humans have atoned for our sins on Yom Kippur. This year it should be God's turn
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Op-Ed: Don't fall for claims of voter fraud. Error is more likely the case, and errors don't swing elections
Election officials and the media cannot allow cynical political operatives to get away with parlaying mistakes into an attack on the integrity of the November vote.
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Editorial: Amy Coney Barrett is qualified — but should not be confirmed
The arch-conservative judge would cement a 6-3 conservative majority on the Supreme Court — one that might very well overturn Roe vs. Wade.
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Op-Ed: California's burning; Americans are dying. I'm safe in Finland. Why would I ever go home?
I'm a Northern Californian but I find myself inching toward a status I never dreamed of: expat.
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Editorial: Fire-prone brush is no place for homeless people to camp
No homeless people should be camping in brush areas of Los Angeles that could explode with fire. They should be evacuated.
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Letters to the Editor: 64 wrongful UC admissions out of many thousands are not a scandal
Over six years, four UC schools considered 2.4 million applicants, a few dozen of which were improperly offered admission. That isn't a scandal.
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Endorsement: Steve Morgan, David Berger, David Diamond for L.A. County Superior Court
Judicial seats on the Superior Court may seem the most obscure ballot items, but they now loom large as building blocks in a foundation of justice.
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Column: Tuesday's presidential debate will test Trump's assertions about Biden's mental state
Trump's charge that Biden doesn't know "where he is" and belongs "in a home" have worried some voters. But the debate will show us what the truth is.
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Endorsement: Yes on Measure RR to fund L.A. schools
There was a time when a vote for a school bond meant the public was chipping in to build needed schools for a growing population of families.
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Letters to the Editor: If Democrats expand the Supreme Court, will Republicans do the same?
Any attempt by Democrats to enlarge the Supreme Court would give Republicans an excuse to further 'balance' it when they're in power.
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Letters to the Editor: Trump isn't running for election. He's running against the election
President Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power is the latest clue that he will try to nullify the popular vote.
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Column: The United States is OBE — overcome by events. Democrats must take a stand
If Republicans have the nerve to run roughshod over American democracy, Democrats surely have the nerve to stand in their way. Here's how.
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Op-Ed: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: It's great that athletes are speaking out. But some of them are spouting nonsense
Many athletes are informed and articulate, but some of those speaking out have voiced absurd opinions that threaten to reinforce the old 'dumb-jock' stereotype.
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