Letter to the editor: My COVID-19 vaccine story

By Katelyn Meyer, Coralville I received my first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 17. As an ICU nurse who has worked frequently with COVID-positive patients at UIHC, I was among the first several hundred employees vaccinated in the state of Iowa. I had worked the night before, so I finished giving report […]

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Letter to the editor: A grown-up Christmas list

By Chad Cooper, Cedar Rapids A pandemic has raged for nearly 10 months in our nation. The government considers $1,800 for the year sufficient to cover the gap. Members of government got vaccinated from a potentially deadly virus for the holidays. You might get $600. We’ve witnessed numerous Black men, women, and children murdered on […]

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Letter to the editor: Shouldn’t every vote count?

By Linda Quinn, Iowa City Shouldn’t every vote count? Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District’s election contest with the United States House is vital in figuring out the accuracy of Iowa’s electoral system. The vote counting and reporting process has been marred by errors and inconsistencies. Now with the state certifying the results even though the margin […]

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