Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: (re: “Retirees fear supplemental insurance switch,” Sept. 29) Forcing retired municipal workers into a for-profit Medicare Advantage health plan is cost-cutting for who?  more
To the editor: Home health care agencies in New York City have, for years, forced thousands of workers — mostly immigrant women of color — to work 24-hour shifts often back-to-back for up to 72 consecutive hours. It has been found that these brutaal shifts cause irreparable physical, psychological, and social damage to home care workers. They also reduce the quality of care provided to vulnerable patients. more
To the editor: It is with some sadness and dismay that I read and hear about the misunderstandings concerning the state of Israel among some of your readers. more
To the editor: Liz Truss, we hardly knew ye. Elizabeth II had a 70-year reign, queen for more than 25,000 days. more
To the editor: We understand war, we’ve been there before. But this-this blind ambition, the naked indifference to the killing, the dying, the agony and the impotence of a watching world spurs an outrage which cannot be tamed. more
To the editor: New York is a city of immigrants. We are made up of hundreds of cultures, more than 700 languages, and people born in more than 150 countries. more
To the editor: National School Lunch Week ran between Oct. 10 and Oct. 14, and all of us at No Kid Hungry New York want to thank the dedicated staff members across New York City schools who provide the consistent nutrition kids need to learn, grow and achieve their dreams. We know eating school lunch has a powerful impact on kids: Research shows that for many kids, the meals they eat at school are the most nutritionally balanced of the day. When students get regular, healthy meals, they are less likely to be tired, are more attentive in class, and retain information better. They do better on tests, and can focus on their learning and on just being kids. With this year’s record inflation still leaving many of us surprised by the much higher cost of our kid’s favorite foods, families are finding it harder to stretch their grocery budget to prepare meals to send to school each day. School lunch is a free or affordable option. So this National School Lunch Week, I hope you’ll join us in recognizing the important role the school lunch program plays in the health and well-being of children, and celebrate the school nutrition professionals who work all year long to provide healthy school meals for our children. Rachel Sabella The author is director of No Kid Hungry New York more
To the editor: (re: “New ‘road diet’ is just a mess,” Sept. 29) The coverage of and letters about Riverdale Avenue’s recent “road diet” make it clear that there is a problem with excessive traffic congestion near P.S. 81 Robert J. Christen — especially during morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up. more
To the editor: I’ve enjoyed the sight of my progressive friends freaking out over border states shipping migrants to their backyards. The buses arrive daily from Texas and Arizona, heading to the port authority bus station, and quo vadis … who knows? more
To the editor: New York can be justly proud that only 5 percent of its people have no medical insurance. However, to advance this fact as an argument against changing medical care in New York by passing the New York Health Act ignores the massive impact of the current system on middle class New Yorkers who have health insurance. more
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