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The Rio Rancho Observer welcomes guest opinions and letters to the editor.
Length and verification: Guest columns and letters to the editor may not exceed 500 words. We reserve the right to copy edit submissions as deemed necessary, for clarity, AP style and space considerations. All submissions must include the author’s name, city of residence and contact phone number or email address for verification. Phone numbers and email addresses will not be published. Anonymous submissions will not be considered.
Each writer is allowed one printed submission per month.
Policy: While we enthusiastically welcome submissions from our readers, the Rio Rancho Observer reserves the right to not publish any submission made herein. Obscene, libelous, discriminatory or unnecessarily inflammatory material will not be published. Submissions do not necessarily reflect opinions of Rio Rancho Observer staff, management or ownership—nor are we endorsing submitted content by publishing it. Submissions are not fact-checked.
Publication: Guest opinions and letters to the editor submitted to The Rio Rancho Observer may be published or distributed in print, electronic or other forms.
 

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Climate change may be a myth

Editor: New Mexico politicians flock to the leftist, socialist climate change bandwagon in order to make energy a political weapon. In his May 12, 2019, Albuquerque Journal article, “We can, and must, curtail climate...

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Editorial cartoons show loss of connection

Editor: I am writing to comment on your selection of cartoons published on the Viewpoints page of the Observer on June 23 and June 30, 2019. Both cartoons were from the same source, H. Payne of the Detroit News. The first...

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Commissioners are in NRA’s pocket

Editor: I may seem an unlikely fellow to write this letter to the editor. You see, I own several firearms. All purchased through a licensed dealer for which a background check was required. Simple and hassle free. So why all the...

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Crest expansion could hurt wildlife

Editor: Did you know? In your backyard is probably the most endangered wildlife corridor in the state of New Mexico, the Crest of Montezuma located on the northern rim of the Sandia Mountains. Decorated with pale horizontal...

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