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Doctors are working to better control prescriptions, but that won’t be enough to stem the epidemic.
The determination of Sandy Hook families to turn unfathomable tragedy into good must be honored.
Motorists soon will see stickerss on gas pump that show the state’s gas tax for each gallon.
If Congress won’t take action to lower prescription drug prices, allow the states to take the lead.
The Census Bureau is lacking leadership and funding necessary to prepare for it.
Right and left need to step back from inaccuracies and entrenched positions to find agreement.
The power to abolish or shrink monuments rests with Congress, not the president.
We need to be good stewards, but some restrictions and rules only result in friction and resistance.
Trump, thus far, has escaped consequences for alleged harassment. But others are taking the brunt.
Taxing tuition waivers would make it difficult for grad students to do research, assist in teaching.
The firing of a popular newspaper columnist in 2002 offers guidance on how to deal with allegations.
What the Republican tax plan will do to college students should worry every American parent.
Federal tax reform will provide businesses, large and small, with capital to create and expand jobs.
The state Department of Fish and Wildlife’s slow reaction to a poaching tip raises concerns.
For now, Mueller holds all the cards. And he has the latitude to play them as he chooses.
Don’t try talking turkey until your know the facts.
Schools with larger poor and minority populations are still less capable of keeping good teachers.
The training ensures that officers have the tools to deescalate potentially dangerous situations.
With a little bravery and some listening skills, the holiday dinner table needn’t be a battlefield.
Business and schools must work togther now to revitalize career and technical education programs.