Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I represent one of the poorest Congressional districts in America. The fraudulent Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2023 — the House bill that raises the debt ceiling until 2025, … more
To the editor: In September 2019, I had an emergency three-week hospital stay at NYU Langone that included major surgery. I was so ill, with a 104-degree fever caused by an infected hernia mesh, that surgery was not even possible until I’d been under treatment for more than a week. more
To the editor: Summer weather is here, and there is no better time to be on the streets of New York — especially at our city’s bustling outdoor restaurants. more
To the editor: (re: “Trump was better at immigration,” May 25) Mr. Larry Penner’s recent letter presents some errors which I believe require correction. more
To the editor: (re: “Liberalism and antisemitism,” May 25) Barry Ziman goes to great lengths to convince his readers that he is a liberal.  Toward this end, he cites several instances throughout his career in politics in which he stood against racism and antisemitism. This is indeed most commendable.  more
To the editor: (re: “Pols want alternate-side parking rule to clean streets,” May 25) We are used to seeing stories extolling the virtues of local politicians, celebrities, business owners, and so forth in this illustrious newspaper. But this piece was just too much. more
To the editor: (re: “For some, New York City is not ‘Gotham,’” May 11) You fail to mention in your recent story about the death of Jordan Neely what it is like to be on the subway. A subway car where the incident took place is locked. From one station to another, you can’t get out of that. more
To the editor: As we approach the 70th anniversary of the execution of the Atomic spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg on June 19, it is noteworthy to remember the Bronx connection to the case. more
To the editor: Each month, a small but growing group of Bronx-based members of Jews for Racial & Economic Justice meet to build community and engage in political action and, in recent months, oppose the mayor’s reckless budget cuts. more
To the editor: (re: “Proposed charter middle school raises tension,” April 20) Recently, Ms. Elaine Ruiz-Lopez, administrator of the International Leadership Charter High School, accused local politicians of being guilty of an abuse of power regarding the proposed and ill-conceived charter middle school. more
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