Letters to the Editor

September 18, 2018

Dear  TAPinto Springfield Editor: Over the years, as Mayor of Chatham Township I have made a concerted effort to increase awareness of suicide prevention. My interest in doing so stems from my early days on the Committee when I learned of a young Chatham Township father who died by suicide.

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Dear TAPinto Springfield Editor, We hear much this time of year telling drivers to be more careful because schools are back in session. Children, of course, are one of our most previous commodities, and all of us need to drive at our most cautious and attentive around schools. This also includes ...

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Tom Malinowski, after Senator John McCain’s death, is trying to use Senator McCain’s kind words about him for political gain.  Dear TAPinto Editor, For Tom Malinowski to use Senator John McCain’s kind words in a political advertisement to imply support for Malinowski in his race against ...

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The passing of Senator John McCain is the loss of an American hero and patriot that we owe a true debt to. Let’s not forget that it was Mr. McCain’s historical “no vote” on the floor of the Senate, voting against the Republican effort to repeal Obamacare, that literally saved healthcare for ...

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Dear TAPinto Springfield Editor, Leonard Lance represents what’s wrong with Washington, Tom Malinowski represents what’s right. Lance votes against the interests of his constituents, especially when it comes to healthcare. Leonard Lance has attacked affordable health care ever since he got to ...

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Curing the Disease Crippling Springfield Politics and Government Cynicism, bitterness, and underhandedness have long been a part of politics on every level.  These (almost) inevitable elements of the political process have turned people away from participating in the governing of their ...

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