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I am not being alarmist in saying that the proposed Medicaid "block grants" to states under the Paul Ryan plan to replace the Affordable Care Act will hurt our most vulnerable and defenseless … more
This week's column could also have easily been titled, "The Tale of Two Attitudes." Unfortunately this past week I had a freak accident and ended up crushing the big toe on my left foot. While I … more
Jennifer has her hands full this spring with three seniors. One is graduating from high school, one is graduating from college, and one gets a discount at Red Lobster. That's me. I just love the … more
Although I shouldn't be surprised anymore, I was when President Trump announced his not even thinly veiled, self-serving tax cut. After promising to cut middle-income taxes and target the rich, … more
The recent article written by Tom Skelley addressing County Assessor Lisa Frizell's downside warning of property tax assessment rates, doesn't add up when you look at the numbers. The … more
I want to have an engaging and meaningful relationship with my senators. Is that too much to ask? This April, our members of Congress had two full weeks to come home and listen to their constituents … more
Police, sheriffs and firefighters across Jefferson County deserve our thanks and praise for a job well done. This past Saturday they and local communities again spearheaded National Take-Back Day … more
House Bill 676 would expand medicare to all individuals residing in the US and its territories. This is a comprehensive bill that gets for-profit companies out of health care and provides a solid … more
Fake news is a real thing ... no matter who proclaims it. When I was studying to become a journalist as an undergrad, there were only the Big Three network TV newscasts, AM radio news, and a … more
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