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Neighborhood schools
have ally in Newsom

I am a local community university scholar that has tailored on line discovering given that March 2020. I strongly oppose this remember election since Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed the most current funds that advantages California neighborhood college or university students by allotting $100 million for college student housing and food insecurity. Newsom has supported and enacted insurance policies that benefit the most susceptible groups in California, which includes minimal-earnings learners like myself.

This remember is a blatant assault on the civil legal rights, liberties, and guidelines that are supported by the large greater part of Californians. My foreseeable future and the futures of other youthful people today in the condition are dependent on preventing California from heading backward. To guard the long term we’re operating towards, make sure you vote no in this remember.

Miriam Rodriguez
Santa Clara

Realism would direct
to no vote on recall

No make any difference what your viewpoint is of Gov. Gavin Newsom, you should end and consider diligently right before you vote of course on the remember.

Our point out is clearly in serious hassle introduced on by forces of mother nature — not politics: wildfires, drought, water shortage, the delta variant. A person cannot very seriously think that a considerably-suitable libertarian communicate display host, the probably winner if there is a recall, would have the experience, ability and adequate concern for his fellow Californians to get the job done cooperatively with Democrats to find answers to our complications.

Be sure to be realistic.

Susan Brown
San Carlos

Nutritious foodstuff alternatives
have to be created cost-effective

It is not new information and facts that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected quite a few households via a drastic alter in revenue, group resources and food security. Very low-profits family members who now confront foodstuff insecurity have been mainly affected.

These households are forced to purchase unhealthy foods that are large in energy simply because they are much more inexpensive than healthier meals. Balanced foodstuff will need to be accessible to those people who have been impacted by decreasing the price ranges. In accordance to the posting “Food items Insecurity, the Property Food items Natural environment, and Parent Feeding techniques in the Era of COVID-19,” young children who occur from lower-cash flow family members are now at bigger danger for illnesses these as weight problems. Little ones have no other alternate but to consume harmful meals due to the fact they are inexpensive.

A transform need to be designed by lowering the rates of balanced foods. Families who facial area financial hardships are entitled to to eat and have equal obtain to nutritious food items.

Madeleine Foronda
Salinas

Local weather policy driven
by the improper priorities

I appreciated Ed Clendaniel’s column on Alaska and the effects of weather improve. I’ve visited Alaska a selection of periods and glimpse ahead to seeing the impressive scenery of Wrangell-St. Elias Countrywide Park.

Offered the simple fact that Alaska is warming substantially speedier than the relaxation of the nation, you would anticipate that its citizens would realize what is occurring and support actions to combat it. Regretably, the lobbyists and dollars of the oil and fuel marketplace have dominated the conversation in states and Washington.

When a United States senator (James Inhofe, R-Okla.) is able to deliver a snowball into the Senate chamber to “prove ” local weather improve is a hoax and nonetheless retain his seat, there is a problem. Proposals for a carbon tax, the most productive way to minimize carbon emissions, are blocked. As very long as policy is identified by marketing campaign contributions, instead than the public interest, our government will fail us.

Brian Carr
San Jose

Letter wrongly equates
socialism, communism

Ed Kahl (“Path to socialism potential customers to authoritarianism,” Letters to the Editor, Website page A6, Aug. 26) seems to consider socialism usually means Soviet-type and makes patently bogus assertions about Britain in the 1970s.

I examined in England in the course of that time and whilst all big industries — coal, metal, vehicle, aerospace, rail, telecommunications — had been nationalized, Britain was by no means authoritarian. There was a cost-free press, free of charge speech and truthful elections.