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Editorial cartoons for Sunday, Sept. 22

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Editorial: Your mileage may vary on Trump’s emissions rollback

A plan to roll back vehicle standards is meant to help oil companies, not automakers or citizens.

Viewpoints: The real danger of the ‘psycho killer’ myth

It’s complicating care for the mentally ill and hampering solutions to limit mass shootings.

Commentary: A summer spent amid county’s opioid crisis

A county intern says despite the epidemic’s grim statistics, she sees hope in the local response.

Comment: What strong credit rating says about state, future

Moody’s top rating reflects on the state’s fiscal controls and will aid investment in infrastructure.

Dionne: Why Trump gets away with everything

Lying and stonewalling have worked for the president because the GOP has been cowed into complicity.

Milbank: ‘Is anyone dumb enough?’ a question Trump should ask?

Because it’s really not hard to believe Trump would say something inappropriate to a foreign leader.

All laws, checks being followed at gun shows at fairgrounds

Regarding the letter to the editor (“County should end gun shows at… Continue reading

Steckler deserves full term on Mill Creek City Council

It is my pleasure to wholeheartedly support John Steckler for the Mill… Continue reading

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