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Letter: Thomas Aquinas students graduate with less debt than their peers do

By   /  Friday, July 26th, 2013  /  Letters to the Editor, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Letter: Thomas Aquinas students graduate with less debt than their peers do

Our average student debt is notably less, and certainly below the national average.

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Letter: Editor’s column was insulting to Conejo Valley

By   /  Friday, May 3rd, 2013  /  Letters to the Editor, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Letter: Editor’s column was insulting to Conejo Valley

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Letter: Local governments should be commended for efforts to mitigate fracking threats

By   /  Friday, March 15th, 2013  /  Letters to the Editor, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Letter: Local governments should be commended for efforts to mitigate fracking threats

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Letter to the editor: Presidential pardon would compromise integrity

By   /  Friday, February 15th, 2013  /  Letters to the Editor, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Letter to the editor: Presidential pardon would compromise integrity

There is a sticking point on a presidential pardon, and that is integrity.

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Letter to the editor: CEQA makes for better projects

By   /  Friday, February 15th, 2013  /  Letters to the Editor, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Letter to the editor: CEQA makes for better projects

CEQA isn’t perfect, but it provides a vehicle for community engagement and an opportunity to make projects better.

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Letter: Goleta’s Measure G would not stifle growth

By   /  Friday, November 2nd, 2012  /  Letters to the Editor, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Letter: Goleta’s Measure G would not stifle growth

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Letter: SB County needs to restore private-sector job balance

By   /  Friday, October 12th, 2012  /  Letters to the Editor, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Letter: SB County needs to restore private-sector job balance

Seventy-one percent of the top 25 employers provide government jobs.

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