Re: “Laws are meant for everyone” (letter, 12-5).
This letter might have been read as a complaint about immigrants. I am for immigration reform in which there is a path to citizenship, but that is not the point of this letter.
I would argue with the writer’s basic premise that laws are for everyone. Two glaring examples:
• New York City has had a stop-and-risk law. Who gets stopped? It seems that the only guilty-looking people in New York are blacks and Hispanics. One percent of these people are actually doing something wrong. Is this an example of a law …