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January 21
Hennepin County Sheriff Dave Hutchinson speaks at a news conference in 2019. He is facing an increasing number of calls to resign as details emerge ab

Readers Write: Sheriff Hutchinson, the Legislature, dealing with COVID

Hutchinson has only one good option left.
January 20
A demonstrator takes part in a march on Jan. 17 that urged lawmakers to take action on voting rights. Voting legislation was blocked in the U.S. Senat

Readers Write: Voting rights, the Biden administration

How, exactly, are our voting rights at risk?
January 19
President Joe Biden leaves the East Room of the White House after speaking about the coronavirus pandemic in August.

Readers Write: The Biden administration

It has a massive messaging problem.
January 18
A law enforcement vehicle sits near the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, the day after a man held hostages there for more tha

Readers Write: Texas synagogue crisis, crime, saving local architecture

The problems we won't discuss.
January 17
Kendall Qualls, a Republican candidate for governor this year, meets with supporters in Hamel, Minn., in September 2020 during his campaign for Congre

Readers Write: Kendall Qualls, Minneapolis government, the citizenry

Solutions, not sound bites, please.
January 16
A restaurant employee checks vaccine cards as diners arrive for Sunday brunch in Chicago.

Readers Write: Vaccine and testing requirements, COVID tests, the Vikings

Finally, some consequences.
January 15
An open forum of the Crow Wing County Board in early January. The board went on to vote to request a forensic audit of the 2020 election in the county

Readers Write: Crow Wing County, democracy vs. autocracy, Clyde Bellecourt

Looking for fraud in all the wrong places.
January 14
Readers Write: Remote learning (or lack thereof)

Readers Write: Remote learning (or lack thereof)

Difficult, but what else is there?
January 13
A waiter, left, asks patrons to show their vaccination cards before entering a restaurant in Los Angeles in November.

Readers Write: Vaccine proof, politicians and COVID, historic buildings

Unfair and unfeasible.
January 12
A person holds an American flag and flameless candles during a vigil in Washington on the one year anniversary of the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Readers Write: America, children, civility

To my beloved country.
January 11
Playground equipment is wrapped in crime scene tape to prevent its use as part of the effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus in March 2020 in St

Readers Write: School COVID guidelines, health care, business success and failure, crime

Families won't stand for this.
January 10

Readers Write: Crime, democracy

We've done this before, and failed.
January 9
The Minneapolis VA hospital hosts a vaccination event against COVID-19 for veterans in March 2021.

Readers Write: COVID-19 care, the Vikings, Twin Metals mine, driving

The Minneapolis VA showed my Pops that he mattered.
January 8
Security fencing around the U.S. Capitol in September, ahead of a rally by supporters of former President Donald Trump who were demanding the release

Readers Write: The Westbury family and Jan. 6, 'Minnesota in decline,' redistricting, Homes section

Don't feed the delusional
January 7
Prefabricated apartment modules are stacked into place at the Mod42 apartment complex in Minneapolis in 2020.

Readers Write: Rent control, Jan. 6, blood donations

See through what activists argue on rent control.
January 6
Readers Write: The state of our country, and the state of our state

Readers Write: The state of our country, and the state of our state

The threat lingers.
January 5
Riot police clear the hallway inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C.

Readers Write: Jan. 6 anniversary, how Minnesota's faring

A lesson learned — by some.
January 4
The Minnesota State Capitol building in St. Paul.

Readers Write: Minnesota's decline (or not), crime, Jan. 6

'In decline'? Doesn't seem that way.
January 3
Rioters clash with U.S. Capitol Police on Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C.

Readers Write: Democracy, Christian politics, blood donations

Risks to democracy abound.
January 2
Readers Write: Police and body cameras, Interstate 94 reboot, food, winter, the new year

Readers Write: Police and body cameras, Interstate 94 reboot, food, winter, the new year

The necessity of body cameras.
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