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Health care and other fields need well-educated applicants. R-88 would aid equity in opportunities.
A sketchy look at the day in politics.
It would gut funding for state and local road and transportation projects, and could stop ST3.
I am writing in regard to Jennifer Bardsley’s Oct. 13 column, “A sugar addict realizes willpower is no match for candy corn.” As a Health… Continue reading
The candidates ought to consider The Cleveland Clinic, which was a model for the ACA’s reforms.
A freed conscience — and a change in employment — should help the acting chief of staff rest easier.
His dealings with Turkey and Ukraine are only the latest proof he is not fit to serve as president.
Chief Justice John Roberts would hold the gavel, but Majority Leader Mitch McConnell holds the reins.
Judith Kuleta has the most important qualities for local nonpartisan politics; the ability to work with everyone, to be open to other opinions and to… Continue reading
Sure, he stands to make some money, but how else would we give world leaders a case of bedbugs?
Take your pick of concerns about Trump’s actions; his supporters are bothered by none of it.
I recently met George Zeigen, candidate for Stnwood-Camano Island School Board, while he was volunteering at our elementary school. One of many he helps out… Continue reading
Mike Patrick’s candidacy has encouraged a good discussion, but Jon Nehring has delivered results.
State and national policies are keeping them in an environmentally and economically destructive rut.