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Lawmakers, you must do something about gun violence

Lawmakers, you must do something about gun violence
Written by Ali Raza

I am so damn furious that by and by in our nation, a mass shooting has guaranteed such a large number of guiltless casualties. What’s more, I am damn furious at you three too to fail to do what it takes to give our natives, the general population who chose you, with sensible weapon enactment that will maybe include a superior layer of assurance.




I am tired and tired of hearing fault being set on others when, as a general rule, it is dependent upon you and your partners to carry out the activity we chose you to do, not the activity that the NRA is paying officials to do.

I saw Sen. Harris on TV reacting to the Florida mass murder, yet words don’t cut it any longer. The ideal opportunity for “considerations and petitions” is long past. Each of you three need to begin causing a commotion once again this issue. Get different delegates to go along with you. Make commotion. Present enactment. Stage a delay. I couldn’t care less what you do, simply complete something.




On the off chance that you can’t complete it, the time has come to discover somebody who can.

No more lip benefit. Act now. Help us.

Dan Adams, Palm Springs

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Rancho Mirage activity move addressed

The City Council of Rancho Mirage has settled on yet another choice to adequately confine themselves from whatever remains of the valley urban communities. This time the method of reasoning has neither rhyme nor reason and does significantly more damage than great.

Maybe it is the ideal opportunity for whatever remains of the urban communities to perceive that the city of Rancho Mirage could think less about its neighbors. I, for one, am will make it a point to quit eating at any eatery, quit shopping at any store and quit supporting any business with a Rancho Mirage address.

On the off chance that they need separation, I’m glad to oblige.

Ken Alterwitz, Palm Springs

Heart valve illness mindfulness required

Thursday, Feb. 22, denotes the second yearly National Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day. I encourage everybody to instruct themselves on this normal, yet little-known illness.




Heart valve illness (HVD) happens when at least one heart valves don’t work legitimately. This sickness diminishes blood stream, and can cause real wellbeing intricacies. Appraisals appear no less than 5 million Americans succumb to this sickness, bringing about 25,000 passings per year – an expected 68 individuals for every day. People beyond 75 years old are particularly powerless against HVD, alongside the individuals who have encountered past heart-related issues.

However almost 75 percent of Americans have next to no information about HVD.

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