Harrop: H-1B visas filling need for workers that isn’t there

What they are doing is helping the tech industry replace U.S. workers with cheaper foreign labor.

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Editorial cartoons for Wednesday, April 24

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Woody Guthrie’s song implied the duty we have to act as good stewards of our parks and public lands.

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Editorial: Try again on safeguarding privacy of personal data

State lawmakers’ last-ditch attempt to pass a bill left consumer advocates out of the conversation.

ignatius: We can’t kill our way out of the threat of terrorism

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End the great bivalve debate and make razors the state clam

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Don’t give in to teachers’ greed on levy lid

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