Newsday's opinion roll from March 9, 2010:
Riders and MTA officials met in Riverhead Monday night to hash over proposed North Fork service cuts, but another controversy is chugging along more quietly. Federal officials are pushing the Long Island Rail Road to install a system that would automatically stop errant trains, at a cost of at least $324 million.
Attorneys often represent bad people. The American justice system, where everyone is innocent until proved guilty and entitled to a legal defense, wouldn't work unless they did. ...
Newsday's readers chime in on a variety of subjects.
Walt Handelsman's latest cartoon shows a newer "forecast."
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