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Letters to the Editor Thursday, Sep. 8

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Why did FBI delay securing documents

To my colleague and friend, Harry Darling, regarding his Aug. 18 letter (“Special treatment for Trump by FBI?”) I say — right on!
But question to the void, as we would say.
Why should any person believe that each and every item, electronic and otherwise, has been retrieved from the grasp of FPOTUS?
What remains in “other places” anywhere?
Why, when sensitive documents were discovered, weren’t they immediately confiscated and stored in proper compliance with the regulations?
Al Pirigyi
Burnt Hills

Hochul should end puppy mill pipeline

When New York pet stores sell puppies shipped in from out of state, the consumer unwittingly supports puppy mill cruelty.
New York is one of the largest markets for the puppy mill industry, with one of the highest numbers of pet stores that sell puppies.
Puppy mill operators treat their dogs like products and dispose of breeding mothers when the worn-out dogs can no longer make them money.
New Yorkers do not want to support this cycle of cruelty any longer!
The Puppy Mill Pipeline Bill (A.4283/S.1130) passed the state legislature with bipartisan support and will prevent puppy mill puppies from being sold in pet stores.
Gov. Kathy Hochul can make New York more humane by signing the Puppy Mill Pipeline bill into law without delay.
Mary Clemens

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