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Letter to the Editor

Breaking the cycle

Rochester is known for having an extremely philanthropic, resource-rich populace, yet we maintain a large gap between the rich and the poor.

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Polls do not reflect community

I am a Rochester businessman engaged in the same activities that occupy all of our business hours. I strive to provide the best product and service possible. I struggle with maintaining margins and meeting the needs of my employees, all ...

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More transit investment needed

Dear Editor, On Oct. 20, we joined with federal, state and local partners to dedicate the brand-new RTS Transit Center. Years in the making, it signals a new era for public transportation and improved quality of life in Rochester. It ...

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Reed bill would provide key relief

Dear Editor: At a time when Congress cannot agree on much, Rep. Tom Reed has introduced and garnered support for something significantly important for our region in particular and the country generally: a national disaster tax relief bill. One of ...

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Early RYP members deserve credit

Dear Editor: While I applaud the RBJ for its attention to young professionals, I was sad to see that the author of the Aug. 1 article “Fast Start: A New Phase at RYP” chose to disparage the organization and its ...

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China’s ‘advantage’ is trade cheating

Dear Editor: In Amitrajeet A. Batabyal’s May 2 op-ed, “Does trade with China hurt American workers?” a false and irrelevant choice is presented. China’s state-managed and subsidized capitalist system has grown by way of trade cheating and rigged, predatory prices ...

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