DEBATE GOES ON
In response to the February debate, “Should
art and artifacts be returned to the country
NO Absolutely not. An illegal art trade exists in
many of these underdeveloped and corrupt counties. Many artifacts would be lost forever to private
—Jeromy Mitchell, from
YES It rightfully belongs to them.
—Jose Garcia, from
Thanks for the travel tips
We always read The Costco Connection maga-
zine and ;nd most articles very interesting. We
want to especially thank Peter Greenberg for the
article “Diversity by the sea” [June]. We recently
were on a Mexican cruise and, using his referral
vallartaeats.com, had a fantastic culinary tour
of street vendor tacos. Our guide, Daniela, was
terri;c. This is a tour that was entertaining, edu-
cational and fun. We will do this again.
—Bill and Claudia Paskiet
North Las Vegas, Nevada
I appreciated the February article on consumer protection in The Costco Connection
As the Horowitzes point out, [the Consumer
Financial Protection Bureau] has assisted millions of Americans to get a fair deal and hold
—Hugh A. Bialecki, Lake Arrowhead, California
• In “The beet goes on” (February): The substance in beets was mistakenly identified as
sucralose, instead of sucrose.
• A clarification to “The state of statins”
(February): Ileal bypass surgery, an intestinal
bypass surgical option, can decrease cholesterol
levels. Coronary bypass creates a new pathway
for blood to flow, which can temporarily stop
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