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Editorial: Investment in supportive housing begins to pay off

The opening of Cocoon House’s Hub marks the first of three projects with the promise to change lives.

Viewpoints: Notre Dame’s long history of resilience

The cathedral was built, damaged, neglected and modified over centuries. It’s history is not over.

Commentary: State expects counties to pick up election tab

Every other district with elections on the ballot pays its costs. Yet the state gets a free ride.

Commentary: Congress scores win for our nation’s public lands

The Land and Water Conservation Fund has been permanently renewed. Now Congress must fund it.

Robinson: Barr’s spin doesn’t matter; Congress’ next move does

The Mueller report didn’t indict Trump for obstruction, but it handed a road map to Congress.

Dionne: ‘What do we rebuild?’ of Notre Dame and Catholic Church

The catherdral changed over centuries, as it will after the fire. The church faces same challenge.

Parker: Some thoughts on the ashes in Paris, Mueller report

At Notre Dame, there’s hope for a renewed cathedral. Trump’s renewal may prove harder to come by.

Mark Earth Day with support for Congress’ Carbon Dividend Act

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