Protest fireworks, nanny state, vaccine hope and HB6


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Article’s claims need more investigation

Wednesday’s online article “Man indicted for rioting, shooting fireworks at police during Columbus protests”, stated that a homeless man “is accused of firing commercial-grade fireworks at police officers during a protest in May.”

First, let me correct The Dispatch:  it was a riot, not a protest.  Second, I must ask where a homeless man got “commercial-grade” fireworks.  I have many resources, and don’t know where or how to get any offhand.  If The Dispatch is correct and these were “commercial-grade,” it’s clear that someone else with means and motive well beyond mine planned for and supplied these.  Who was that?  Let’s not let the reporting stop here.

Adam Frix, Columbus

City Council should butt out of drink choice

I was shocked when I read in Wednesday’s Dispatch that Columbus City Council now requires restaurants to list only “healthy” drinks on their kids’ menus. With the many problems in Columbus, did they think that snooping into what kids drink in restaurants is of upmost importance?  Isn’t this up to the kid’s parents? Or did they really think and analyze it at all?



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