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PROPOSITION Crossword Clue
Synonyms for proposition.
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- A preposition (90.91%)
- AUXILIARY PROPOSITION (84.31%)
- Come ___ (proposition) (84.31%)
- Money-losing proposition? (84.31%)
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- Losing propositions? (84.31%)
- Low-risk proposition (84.31%)
- Money-losing proposition (84.31%)
- Math proposition
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- Firm proposition?
- Proposition vote
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- Court proposition
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- (logic) a statement that affirms or denies something and is either true or false; a task to be dealt with; "securing adequate funding is a time-consuming proposition"; an offer for a private bargain (especially a request for sexual favors); suggest sex to; "She was propositioned by a stranger at the party"
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Letters to the Editor — Proposition 7, UTA forum, Israel-Hamas war, mass shootings
Readers don’t support proposition 7; talk about free speech at the university of texas at arlington; and ask for action from lawmakers on gun control..
By Letters to the Editor
12:30 AM on Nov 4, 2023 CDT
No to Proposition 7
Re: “Company to provide backup for Texas grid — Plus Power invests $884M to build 3 energy storage facilities across the state,” Oct. 26 Metro & Business story.
It was good news to read that a private company, Plus Power, is investing $884 million to build three facilities to store electricity generated by solar and wind sources. That stored power can then be used to supply the grid during periods when wind and solar may not be available. All three facilities will be built and operational within the year. A tribute to free enterprise at work. No public money needed or requested.
On the other hand, Texans are currently being asked to approve Proposition 7, a constitutional amendment that would provide $7.2 billion to provide low-interest loans to fossil fuel companies to construct or upgrade gas-powered generation plants. And they’ll receive a bonus if they’re online by 2029! This arrangement demonstrates our Legislature’s bias toward fossil fuels. It is nothing more than a government subsidy that those folks often complain that wind and solar receive.
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Maybe I’m missing something here, but it seems to me that any taxpayer dollars should be going into battery storage technology, which is improving at a rapid rate. That is the future of grid backup, not more fossil fuel dependence.
Fred R. Neary, Far North Dallas
Don’t put money toward past
The Texas Legislature is having us vote on a proposition to put money into building more natural gas plants. Seems like they are asking us to put money into the past instead of the future. The past includes natural gas plants that pollute and that failed during the winter of 2021. The future includes electricity generated by wind and solar, along with a robust battery system to store that energy. I wish that the Legislature was asking us to put money into more batteries instead of more natural gas plants.
Linda A. Boroughs, Dallas
Stifling free speech at UTA
Re: “Israel-Hamas war forum leads to uproar at UTA — Department chair resigns after accusations of bias prompt new rules for talks,” Tuesday news story.
Here’s a summary of some recent news. Good news in sports: Cowboys, Rangers, Mavericks and Stars all win! Sad news: big teddy bear, Frank Howard, died at 87.
Awful news: Hateful speech on campus arrives at the University of Texas at Arlington. The political science department attempted to have a discussion about the war in the Middle East. Some students apparently felt the need to disrupt the discussion to the point the department chairman resigned because the dean held the chair responsible and demanded prior approval of all future topics for public discussion.
I attended college in the 1960s during the civil rights and Vietnam eras. Campuses were alive with demonstrations and debates! Emotions ran high understandably. Young people, colleges and universities are our future. Discussions of the issues of the day are vital to democracy.
Holding a professor responsible for the irresponsible actions of some students is not only reprehensible, it stifles free speech, which is vital to our democracy. If the dean does not reverse his action, he or she should be removed from that position. I risked my entire future by refusing the draft respectfully. I was assigned to the Public Health Service instead but released due to a lack of funding.
Jerry Frankel, Plano
Gun laws not working
Re: “Officials knew of gunman’s problems — Family reached out to sheriff recently and Army had alerted state to threats,” Tuesday news story.
I have read so many letters stating that we only need to enforce the current gun laws, not pass new ones. The story regarding the existing law that prevented Robert Card from purchasing a silencer for his weapon proves their point. Sadly, those dead and wounded In Maine had to hear the unsuppressed shots coming at them.
Seriously, can’t we as a country at least stop fooling ourselves that the status quo of our current laws is working and at long last do something to prevent these tragedies?
Carolyn Todd Mahon, Denison
Tell lawmakers with votes
There have been over 500 mass shootings so far this year in our country and there will be more to come. What if friends, neighbors and families could do more than simply offer thoughts and prayers and pile teddy bears and flowers at these 500-plus sites?
What if instead, the mourners collected 500-plus piles of signed pledge cards vowing not to vote for any candidate who blocks or refuses to vote for commonsense gun control measures. Same goes for politicians who refuse to enforce the laws we have.
Maybe that will finally get the attention of the lawmakers who refuse to listen to their constituents. To continue to react the way we always do is an exercise in futility.
Christina Cook, Dallas
More of the same words
Re: “The next mass shootings feel inevitable — ‘Safe’ is an illusion; what happened in Maine can happen anywhere,” by John McCaa, Oct. 28 Opinion.
A fine piece by John McCaa. I’ve followed his career for decades and I think you have made a great addition to your staff. His point about the words we should expect to hear after each new mass shooting was spot on.
Another phrase that I might add, recently coming from Mike Johnson, our new speaker of the House, is “Now is not the time to discuss legislation.” Where have we heard that before? That’s just the attitude that keeps us hearing those words.
David McDonald, Heath
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