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LEO Weekly welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. E-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Inbox — July 22, 2008

Letters to the Editor

CORRECTIONS

• Last week’s dining review on Caffe Perusa listed an incorrect telephone number. The number is 491-5459.

Inbox — July 15, 2008

Letters to the Editor

CHEAP CHAPEL SHOTS 

Inbox — July 9, 2008

Letters to the Editor

BULLYING BEHAVIOR

Inbox — July 1, 2008

Letters to the Editor

FOSSIL FUEL JUNKIES

Inbox — June 25, 2008

Letters to the Editor

FLOYDS FORK FIX

Inbox - June 17, 2008

Letters to the Editor

Corrections

Erosia

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia

LEO
welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad
hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime
phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St.,
Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to
leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia (letters to the Editor)

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.A Taxing SituationJim Welp’s article “A cry for secession” (LEO, April 16) argues that Kentucky is not a progressive state. He evidences the General Assembly’s rejection of a higher cigarette tax. Implicitly, he will have us believe that tobacco temperance is “progressive” and higher cigarette taxes will aid the temperance cause. Jerry Abramson may agree with Welp, since not too long ago Abramson made a public statement referring to the controversial smoking ban as “progressive.”