Letter: Missouri's lawmakers act on little problems not big ones

Letter: Missouri's lawmakers act on little problems not big ones

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Fort Leonard Wood soldiers go home for the holidays

Soldiers from Fort Leonard Wood Pvt. Price Israel (center), 23, and Pvt. Beau Marshall, 21, both of Reno, Nev., stop to pet Rip, a 9-year-old Golden Retriever service dog, at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport on Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016. Thousands of soldiers from Fort Leonard Wood were expected to pass through Lambert as they make their way home for the holidays. Also pictured is Lon Lowrey, of St. Louis, a USO volunteer. Photo by Cristina M. Fletes, cfletes@post-dispatch.com

Regarding “Fake service animals could be collared under bill approved by Missouri Senate” (March 5): Missouri legislators continue to focus on the hole, not the doughnut. We are only one of two states without a law against texting and driving and still the only state without a statewide prescription drug monitoring program. But service animals are where lawmakers have turned their focus?

Richard Lincoff • Ladue

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