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Floral and Fauna, assisted suicide, income inequality

September 20, 2015

What’s left of a boombox sits in an otherwise burned and barren field along the American River Parkway. This site near Camp Pollock is one of several that have been scarred by wildfires this summer. Many blame people who are camping illegally. Erika D. Smith esmith@sacbee.com

What’s left of a boombox sits in an otherwise burned and barren field along the American River Parkway. This site near Camp Pollock is one of several that have been scarred by wildfires this summer. Many blame people who are camping illegally. Erika D. Smith esmith@sacbee.com

It’s also about the floral and fauna

Re “Public safety is paramount on river parkway” (Editorials, Sept. 18): In The Bee’s editorial the board failed to mention one of the most important aspects of our beloved American River Parkway, which is the flora and fauna.

We should be concerned with protecting the plants and animals that make up our parkway. They are the reason our parkway is so special. Fire burns the habitat that is home to the deer, coyotes, snowy egret and many more. We need to stop the parkway fires for the sake of all of the birds and animals that make our parkway their home.

George Nyberg, Sacramento Save the American River Association

Assisted suicide is not wrong

Re “Governor surely knows: Assisted suicide is wrong” (Viewpoints, Ben Boychuk, Sept. 18): Assisted suicide is not wrong. Making the terminally ill suffer through an agonizing death is wrong.

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[Source]: Sacramento Bee

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