Letters to the Editor
Don't be deceived by Ameren UE ads. A new nuclear power plant is a costly threat.
When volunteers give of their time and share their skills with Girl Scouts, they help girls to become girls of courage, confidence and character.
The House Joint Resolution 10 will hurt the independence of the judiciary by changing the Nonpartisan Court Plan, which requires a committee of laypersons and attorneys to pick Missouri judges. Instead, the resolution would allow the governor to reject that committee's final choice.
Sen. Claire McCaskill does a great job of meeting with her constituents and answering tough questions honestly. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer should follow her lead and attend the local Health Care for America Now event to have an open dialogue with those trying to understand his positions.
National health insurance will give all Americans more options and better coverage.
The government's focus is on big corporations, often leaving out the American people. The Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009 is another example of this. Do not let it pass.
Michael G. Winter, representing the Missouri Gaming Association, purports the corporate citizenship of Missouri casinos.
Barbara Hoppe is thanked for her service to Columbia.
A resolution under consideration in the state House to change the way judges are selected is full of bad ideas.
The opportunity to safeguard our state's children from pedophiles and sex abusers in the school districts should not be a topic for debate, but rather embraced as a tenet of a civilized society.
The U.S. should join other leading industrialized nations and offer a "Medicare-like" option in health care reform.
Individual attention offered at the Health Connection helped this 74-year-old recover from knee joint replacement surgery.
Rod Robison will work to make Columbia a better place with balance and independence.
Barbara Hoppe's record in the Sixth Ward has demonstrated her steady balance and commitment, making her the best candidate for another term on council.
Sixth Ward City Council candidate Rod Robison has demonstrated his leadership and commitment to community with his long-time involvement in Boy Scouts.
Rod Robison's volunteerism and emphases on bolstering business and public safety are two reasons to support the Sixth Ward City Council candidate.
The Sixth Ward candidate has not served on any city or county boards, commissions, committees, advisory organizations or even his own neighborhood association.
While businesses are important to Columbia's growth, the community's appearance is also a contributor.
Robison is endorsed by the Police Officers Association.