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6/16 letters: Restore environmental controls that were initiated under Obama

I know that history seems to start two weeks ago for many folks, but back in 2017 the White House proposed a bill to make the Dreamers ... I urge state lawmakers to use the Farm Act to empower farmers ... read more

Not all doctors oppose End of Life Options Act: Letters to the editor

I hope Delaware approves the End of Life Options Act If a patient is dying, we should be able to help them die in the manner they ... service and thank you for acting on this ask. Send your take to ... read more

N.C. Farm Bureau asks state lawmakers to OK coverage that skirts ACA

"We are asking the general ... Click here to submit a Letter to the Editor, and we may publish it in print. The weekly magazine, websites, research and databases provide a powerful and ... read more

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Letters: The immigration process is not a fairy tale

Physical therapy has worked well to help reduce pain for many people ... To my shock and dismay, I opened another letter dated Jan. 18 with a property tax increase of $3,880. Despite no additions or ... read more

The Cancer Patient Taking On High Drug Prices

David Mitchell, 66, has multiple myeloma, a blood cancer that is incurable but ... You would have to ask Novartis. I will throw out a hypothesis, which is we sent Novartis a letter and said we’re ... read more

Support public policy to fight cancer

I let our lawmakers know that people and families touched by cancer in Florida and across the country are counting on them to support legislation that would help make cancer history ... for ... read more

60 lawmakers go to bat for bread — Trade bill fate in doubt as debate kicks off — FRONTLINE to air documentary on ‘The Trouble With Chicken’

60 LAWMAKERS GO TO BAT FOR BREAD: Sixty bipartisan congressional lawmakers are asking secretaries Tom Vilsack and Sylvia Burwell to make sure the 2015 Dietary ... in consumption of both,” reads a ... read more

Around Town: A week spent making life a little more beautiful

Blogger turned New York Times best-selling author Mandy Hale once said, “There is nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life ... with skin cancer. Still “it’s not a ... read more

Executives talk facts about breast cancer

Breast-cancer awareness is highlighted in October, but if you ask any ... do not post letters to the editor here. Please also be civil in your dialogue. If you need to be mean, just know that the ... read more

An Opioid Crisis Foretold

The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher ... support services and research. Lawmakers provided money to make expensive antiretroviral drugs accessible to ... read more

Even With an Aid-in-Dying Law on the Books, Death Is No Certainty in Colorado

Lee, who was shy and struggled with a learning disability, didn’t make many friends as a teen at Arvada High School. But she surmounted those problems to graduate in 1965, and went on to earn both an ... read more

Are Computers Getting Between You and Your Doctor?

Together in front of a large monitor we looked at every angle of my spine with me asking questions. I could see firsthand what had been keeping me up at night. I could understand why certain positions ... read more

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