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LETTERS: Readers duck and weave to try landing their own blows in a duel between columnists.

Alaska Dispatch News
OPINION: Craig Medred's latest misunderstanding qualifies for a job in the Parnell administration.Shannyn Moore
OPINION: Despite what Shannyn Moore thinks, Ben Mohr and Tom Maloney are people who deeply believe in helping Alaska, and they deserve more than cheap shots.Jeff Landfield
OPINION: Lynden chief Jim Jansen says his years in the Alaska transportation business inform his decision to vote No on One.Jim Jansen
OPINION: Those in favor of saving SB21 from a referendum rest their position on fallacies; Alaskans will suffer higher taxes if we don't repeal the tax cuts.Joe Mehrkens
OPINION: After decades of failed attempts to provide security and hope to America's seniors and vulnerable people, the establishment of Medicare and Medicaid wasn’t just health care reform, it was a turning point in our nation’s history. Susan Johnson
OPINION: SB 21 serves the Big Three oil companies because it cuts competition and does nothing to produce more oil. SB 21 does not serve Alaskans.Rep. Paul Seaton
OPINION: Alyeska Pipeline chief Tom Barrett says a no vote on SB 21 repeal recognizes the reality and contribution of oil in Alaska.Tom Barrett
OPINION: The massive trawl by-catch of species on which so many Alaskans depend is not an unavoidable consequence of trawling. It's bad management by design. It's time for Alaskans to put and end to it.Joe Macinko
OPINION: As ocean acidification emerges, it will affect Alaskans already at risk and coastal economies the most. The time to plan is now.Jeremy T. Mathis,Steve Colt

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