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A safer subway

A friend and fellow retired transit worker has often said that we not only need more cops in the subway to battle rising crime, but they should be plainclothes officers. I agree.

A serious question

To the Editor: The more we learn about the attempted coup on Jan. 6, 2021, the more apparent it becomes that numerous GOP legislators were actively involved in this horrific …

To the Editor: The leaked draft opinion on Roe v. Wade as written by Justice Samuel Alito raises a number of questions. First, who leaked the Alito draft? Second, is it really important who …

Deliver better value

Gubernatorial candidates Tom Suozzi and Lee Zeldin, joined fellow members of Congress ... in signing a Jan. 28 letter to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services praising "high-quality, patient-centered" Medicare Advantage (MAP) plans. These representatives wrote that MAPs "consistently deliver better care and value."

Some do deserve jail

To the Editor:With all the complaints about mass incarceration, we constantly read about people who should be incarcerated but are not.There’s the case of the man driving a Lexus trying to squeeze …

Not resting easy

To the Editor: “Woke”: the Hard Right’s newest four-letter word. You may have noticed that I didn’t say right-leaning, Conservatives or Republicans. Those designations no longer exist; …

To the Editor: Surprise: The inspector general’s Office for the Department of Health and Human Services did a study and found that the Medicare Advantage Plan offered to NYC retirees was a …

To the Editor: Mayor Eric Adams appears to be playing the "Trump game" with his taxes. That is, rather than transparency on his finances, he has chosen to be opaque and evasive, and then delay and …

To the Editor:Mayor Adams claims that he and his correction commissioner can “fix the problems” at the Rikers Island jail complex. Adams’ actions, however, clearly show that he is part of the …

To The Editor: The horrible shooting on a NYC Transit subway train in Brooklyn revealed a fatal flaw in the MTA capital and maintenance programs. How long were the Brooklyn 36th Street 4th Avenue …

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