Letters to the editor from the Toledo Blade’s Oct. 17, 2016, edition.
Should the government be allowed to use certain tools in ordinary criminal cases?
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau should be part of the executive branch or ruled by a panel.
The opioid epidemic has shaken our state, our region, and our city. There is a flood of legal and illegal addictive drugs overtaking us and a tidal wave carrying away scores of victims. Seldom noted is that many of those victims are innocent
An editorial cartoon by The Blade’s Kirk Walters.
I read in The Blade that the Anthony Wayne School District is anticipating an expense this year of at least $250,000 to $300,000 (plus the cost of books, which has been $20,000 so far this year) for those students who are participating in College
While I understand there are a lot of factors that go into choosing political candidates, for me, the most important to consider is a candidate’s position on climate change. At this point, the decisions we make regarding energy
When hockey vacated the Toledo Sports Arena in 2007, it left behind 10-cent beer night, bench-clearing brawls, and average crowds of 2,500 fans. The one tradition that made the trip to Huntington Center was the fans yelling “Hit
After reading your article about Toledo’s 0.75-percent income tax renewal (Sept. 29, “Police, fire officials air hope for income tax”), I feel that Chief George Kral is playing on the fear of the people to get this levy passed by
WE HAVE BEEN bitterly divided as a country, it now seems to me, since 1968. But now we are subdividing. And as the rancor doubles, triples, and quadruples, it becomes more and more raw, almost tangible. Family members are afraid to talk to each