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LETTER: Protesting parents go maskless

The most upsetting thing about the report on parents protesting to demand their children attend school in person is the picture on the front page (Friday Review-Journal). The majority of the parents shown are not wearing masks or social-distancing. That takes away their credibility.

How can the Clark County School District officials believe that the students will be safe in school and not spread the virus when they are not safe at home?

Come on people, COVID-19 is real, and we need the majority of citizens to be responsible adults by wearing masks, social-distancing and washing hands frequently. That’s the only way we can get back to a semblance of normal.

LETTER: Do Nevada lawmakers live in the real world?

Does Assemblywoman Leslie Cohen, sponsor of Assembly Bill 380, know anything about natural gas? Suppose we ban natural gas in Nevada. What would happen?

LETTER: Carbon tax, free market are the best regulators

Your editorial criticizing Assembly Bill 380, which aims to reduce the amount of natural gas Nevadans use, misses the better way of regulating greenhouse gas emissions: the free market.

LETTER: Nevada must make it easier for residents to go green

If the state and urban cities in Nevada invest in widespread charging infrastructure, it could help not just me, but many other Nevadans out there to have the confidence to finally go electric.

LETTER: More Pelosi hypocrisy

Isn’t it amazing how the speaker’s cry for “punishment” varies if your party affiliation has a D or an R associated with it?

LETTER: Time for Southern Nevada pols to limit development

When I moved to Las Vegas in 2000, the news was centered on the lack of water for Clark County residents. Recently the Review-Journal has printed more news items reiterating the same thing.