The Herald Bulletin

April 28, 2013

You Said It: About Pence tax plan, meth arrests and reservoir discussions


The Herald Bulletin

ANDERSON, Ind. — Each Monday, The Herald Bulletin publishes “You Said It,” a compilation of reader comments from www.theheraldbulletin.com, coupled with responses by the newspaper’s editorial board.



New poll shows Hoosier voters tepid on Gov. Pence’s tax plan. (Article published April 24.)

THB: Gov. Pence needs to get in touch with what the residents of this state really want.



Three suspects arrested and a child was found during a meth lab bust earlier this month. (April 20)

THB: Innocent until found guilty, but the comment includes some good questions.



Poetry helps ex-convict Michael A. Pierce overcome his personal battles. (April 21)

THB: Agreed, one never knows where life will take you and what skill set you might need.



Chesterfield and Anderson residents turned out for a panel-style discussion on the proposed reservoir April 16. (April 17)

THB: Isn’t it in everyone’s best interest to get this information out to the public, no matter if it was titled a discussion or a presentation?



Anderson Preparatory Academy teachers bring traveling Holocaust exhibit to school to make a history lesson “more real.” (April 23)

THB: Ditto, this is what teaching is about, getting the students involved. Some topics lend themselves to this better than others, of course. Great effort by APA.



Community Hospital class teaches teenagers the benefits of breast-feeding. (April 23)

THB: A great benefit for mother and baby.