Regarding the article ("Galveston gets $875K to hire police, with one string," The Daily News, Nov. 22): Does The Daily News editorial board have what it takes to report their stance on the "one string" portion in the headline and article?

In other words, will the editorial board of The Daily News confirm/report their position on whether the city should support or dodge enforcement of immigration law, with or without the extra money?

Considering the strong position The Daily News' editorial board takes on issues such as freedom of information rights and recognizing they are a news source that advocates openness, I would think they would welcome the opportunity to publicly come out one way or the other on this issue ... but maybe not.

Morris Parrott

Texas City


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