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Editorial: Money for reducing tobacco use should be restored

West Virginia received some kudos in the most recent "How Do You Measure Up?" report by the American Cancer Society's Cancer Action Network gauging how states are doing to prevent cancer illnesses and ... read more

EDITORIAL: Missouri is last — dead last in amount spent on smoking prevention

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that Missouri should ... use more of the tobacco settlement money for its intended use and the public’s reluctance to pass any new taxes ... read more

EDITORIAL: Should help Medi-Cal with new tobacco tax money

Jerry Brown's budget proposes, California should spread the money where it can get the ... Expand anti-smoking campaigns to further reduce the number of smokers. California spends about $9 billion a y... read more

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Editorial: GOP controls Iowa, needs to set right priorities for future

With that in mind, the Des Moines Register's editorial board encourages lawmakers to do the following in upcoming months: Restore voting ... keep flushing away money on outdated or ineffective tax cre... read more


Race for Chicago city council: Candidate surveys

Below are responses to surveys conducted by the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board as part of our endorsement process for the February 2019 races ... Should the use of TIFs continue or should they be ... ... read more

Editorial Comment: Fuel: Government has done its part

For the first time this week police were called in to restore ... should take measures to ensure it does not waste foreign currency on fuel. A cursory look at the demand and consumption of fuel shows ... read more

Bold steps Mnangagawa should be taking instead of fiddling with the petrol price

Before flying off to Russia, Mnangagwa said that the fuel price rise was intended to reduce shortages of fuel that, he indicated, were caused by rises in the use of fuel and what he called ... read more

Editorial: No clapping for PSC deal on natural gas hedging

Apparently, ratepayers should be grateful that the PSC approved the utilities' offer to reduce their hedging by 25 percent ... as irresponsible playing this poker game with ratepayers' money as they h... read more

John Kenneth Kozlar, candidate for mayor

The Sun-Times Editorial ... or impaired.” Should the state Constitution be amended to allow a reduction in pension benefits for current city employees or retirees? How about reducing pension ... read more

We should be taxing beer more, not less

If anything, taxes on alcohol should be going up, not down. No one likes paying more. But shouldn’t drinkers pay for the social and economic costs caused by their drug of choice? Those costs are high. ... read more

Opinion Roundup: Remembering MLK, Folt's farewell, NC revenues and more

“It should be a busy and fun week ahead,” she said by email ... Now the government shutdown is preventing much-needed relief money from coming to the state. RICHARD GROVES: A quiz to counter immigrati... read more

Zimbabwe's President Throws the Country Into an Economic Tailspin

Before flying off to Russia, Mnangagwa said that the fuel price rise was intended to reduce shortages of fuel that, he indicated, were caused by rises in the use of fuel and what ... Instead Mnangagwa ... read more



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