Letters to the Editor

A reader welcomes health care reform, saying it will end insurance companies denying coverage and force them to be upfront about costs. More

Letters to the Editor

A reader calls out the person who criticized Virginia Trimble, the mother of the slain girl Marcia, for not writing thank you letters to those who reached out to her. More

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A fan of the Hickory Hollow Mall defends the Antioch shopping destination and points a finger at the media and the mayor for driving its demise. More

Letters to the Editor

A registered nurse writes about his experience going to Washington DC to meet with his representatives to share stories about people's hardships because of our "broken" health care system. More

Letters to the Editor

A reader writes that we should feel lucky Obama won the election, because if McCain were in office it might be more than just insults (missles) that the Republican would be hurling at Iran right now. More

Letters to the Editor

A woman with a pre-existing medical condition writes that she fears government control of the entire health insurance industry may unfavorably impact people like her. More

Letters to the Editor

A reader suggests another kind of sin tax — taxing wealthy pharmaceutical companies every time they air an ad for erectile dysfunction. More

Letters to the Editor

A reader, who is against the guns-in-bars bill, asks how likely it will be that bars will hang signs if they don't allow firearms inside. More

Letters to the Editor

A mother of two, appalled at the idea of women who must decide between buying food for their babies or taking them to a doctor, says America must figure out its disparate healthcare system. More

Letters to the Editor

A proponent of the "Guns in Bars" law writes that he's ashamed to call Tennessee his home because of the weak support of the Second Amendment shown by its media and restaurant owners. More
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