The Deseret News would be doing its readers a favor to eliminate from the news section articles that are clearly editorials. The Associated Press and other national news sources continually insert strongly worded opinions without hesitation. Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar’s front-page story (“Health law’s woes drive GOP call for repeal," March 13) is a prime example. He says, “It’s true that major parts of the 2010 law are clearly troubled, but others are working fairly well.” That passage is appropriate for the editorial page. Other examples from Associated Press in that same issue abound.

Please consider putting these “news” articles where they belong, and allow your readers the opportunity to read the facts.

Evelyn Repman

Sandy