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Letters: Limit your letter to 200 words; we accept no more than one letter per writer every 30 days. Letters endorsing candidates or initiatives will be limited during election periods. Preference is given to in-state writers. The Statesman does not print form letters, libelous letters, business promotions or complaints, poetry, open letters, letters proselytizing or espousing or attacking religious views without reference to a current issue, letters that are in poor taste or that are not on a topic of public interest.
Guest Opinions: We have to reject more submissions than we can publish, so please consider writing a letter. Guest opinions are selected to explore topics of broad interest, and priority is given to Idaho authors who have unique knowledge or expertise on a subject and to rebuttals of recent Statesman editorials. To avoid having writers submit articles that we cannot publish, please query firstname.lastname@example.org with a short note explaining who you are and what you want to write about. Generally, guest opinions are limited to 500 words.
- All letters and Guest Opinions reflect the opinions of the writer. The Statesman cannot verify the accuracy of statements made in submitted material.
- All submissions are subject to editing for clarity, length and taste.
- Preference is given to in-state writers.
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