Letters to the Editor
The proposed 72-hour waiting period will only make the process of abortion more difficult for women.
Although significant steps have been taken toward achieving women's reproductive freedom in the 40 years since Roe v. Wade, the struggle is ongoing.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. Women can start the year off right by taking charge of their health and getting Pap tests.
The residents of the Clark Lane neighborhood propose building a grass buffer and then concrete sidewalks on both sides of Clark Lane from Woodland Spring to McAfee.
There are legitimate criticisms of Israel, but targeting civilians in rocket attacks is not one.
The belief in the power of innocence and compassion has faded into Christmases past.
Columbia resident Ben Edes writes that he hopes Columbia's representatives in Jefferson City are listening.
Electric consumers need to educate themselves about the true cost of coal, in dollars and in health and environmental effects.
Many law enforcement organizations instead support a model that maintains police response while reducing unnecessary burglar alarm calls.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Missouri voters, not legislature, should make decision on marijuana legalization
The issue of marijuana legalization must go to the voters, not the legislature, Colorado resident Stan White writes.
The sugar daddy economic theory is that the federal government will pay and not charge citizens anything. In a recent editorial, Rep. Chris Kelly, D-Columbia, stated that the federal government will pay for all of the Medicaid cost through 2016.
When government takes over a market removing competition, it is no longer free to compete with other like businesses.
There is no issue more profound than what we put into our bodies. Yet, we regularly consume foods that contain GMO ingredients without knowing it.
A flier by the Fellowship of Reconciliation protesting Noam Bedein's recent speech was doublespeak.
My tax dollars paid to prosecute this man who served nine years in jail for a crime he did not commit.
Community Kitchen, Inc. partnered with Rural Development to address issues of hunger and food insecurity in Missouri.
Dave Griggs, owner of Dave Griggs Flooring America in Columbia, urges public officials to remove regulations on small businesses.
An excess of regulations is overwhelming small businesses across the country. With bipartisan support, our politicians could help cut much of the red tape.
In Missouri, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people can be fired from their jobs, evicted from their homes, and denied access to public accommodations and services.
Administration costs of Medicaid are about 3 percent, but with private health carriers it is about 30 percent. That is 27 percent less money to pay doctors.