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Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, Oct. 20

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Editorial: Grant best choice for county Superior Court seat

Robert Grant and Cassandra Lopez Shaw are well qualified but Grant has served as a pro tem judge.

Comment: Summer’s BLM protests weren’t as violent as portrayed

A review of more than 7,000 protests shows that 96 percent involved no property damage or injuries to police.

Comment: Biden, at 77, could be a champion of young Democrats

By steering a moderate course, he could advance much of what progressives are seeking.

Housing Hope project near Sequoia will help homeless students

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Sexual health education hasn’t worked in other states

Referendum 90 is a well-intentioned alteration of the social education of our… Continue reading

Liias has direct, recent experience for lieutenant governor

Regarding The Herald’s Oct. 4 editorial regarding the lieutenant governor’s race: “Denny… Continue reading

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Editorial cartoons for Monday, Oct. 19

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Courtney Normand, director of the Planned Parenthood-affiliated political group Safe & Healthy Youth Washington that is supporting a sex education requirement for public schools, poses for a photo Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020, in Arlington, Wash. Democrats in the famously liberal state say they want to protect young people from sexual abuse, diseases and infections. But the increasingly outnumbered and aggrieved Republicans have taken issue with the content of the standards as they rally for local control. The resulting referendum on the November ballot marks the first time in the country that such a decision on sex ed will be decided by voters. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Editorial: Yes on Ref. 90 serves parents’ choice, kids’ health

It assures — at parents’ option — all K-12 students can get age-appropriate sexual health education.

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