Letters: Intel deal leaves unanswered questions. The filibuster used to obstruct people's will

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1/28/2022 9:58:00 PM

Letters: Intel deal leaves unanswered questions. The filibuster used to obstruct people's will

Letters to the Editor

The letters are a perfect way for readers to express their opinions to the community about pressing issues of the day and is a unique media platform that only a local newspaper can give.Thank you, Dispatch, for giving us a written speakers’ corner that truly gives us all the freedom of written speech.

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Want to know what Ohio gave away to lure Intel to the Buckeye State? You’re not alone.It’s going to cost Ohio taxpayers to attract Intel and billions of dollars of investments company officials say they plan to make here. But exactly how much, Gov. Mike DeWine has yet to say. Well that’s a pretty subjective headline. DoBetter

Opinion | Thanks, Mitch, for clearing the way for Breyer's replacementDemocrats are taking a cue from Sen. McConnell's hell-bent dedication to shaping the Supreme Court bench, HayesBrown writes. HayesBrown Hopefully republicans will take a cue from the democrats playbook for the confirmation process. HayesBrown The Dems need to lust for power in he way Rs do. Not accomplish anything; what have the Rs done in the last 50 years? Cut taxes on the wealthy and corporations, blow up the deficit, take away civil rights, make our air and water dirtier. Easy to do if you don’t give a crap. HayesBrown

page. The letters are a perfect way for readers to express their opinions to the community about pressing issues of the day and is a unique media platform that only a local newspaper can give. Thank you, Dispatch, for giving us a written speakers’ corner that truly gives us all the freedom of written speech. Michael Oser, Columbus