I stand with Tami Jo Nix’s column of Feb. 18 on contraception 100 percent. In my mind, there is nothing more irresponsible then to bring newborns into this world that you can’t provide for.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Since the North Fork Indian Rancheria started the process of opening the casino north of Madera on Highway 99, there has been opposition to their attempting to do this, and well there should be.
On behalf of all the Shades of Grey musicians, I would like to thank The Madera Tribune for the great story covering our 20th anniversary celebration at the Bergon Center.
This is a letter in response to Tami Jo Nix’s article of Feb. 18 regarding the recent Health and Human Services ruling requiring faith-based organizations to provide contraceptive coverage.
I cannot believe that I have such a strong disagreement with the author of the column Gravy by the Slice that ran Feb. 18.
It appears to me and others in this community that Madera Unified School Board is in a critical state with regards to its credibility due to its leadership.
The below quote is from the North Fork Rancheria Casino and Hotel, Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), February 2009. Section 4.0, Environmental Consequences