Schwab: How closely should a doctor follow patient’s demands?

If you were the surgeon would you take a young man’s leg or risk his death to a spreading infection?

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An Everett review that has put a Housing Hope project on hold needs the public’s participation.

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The argument they’re already exempt is easily refuted and defies the intent of the Public Records Act.

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Commentary: Congress, take surprise out of high medical bills

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