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For those who appear to be addicted to regulation, and not to public health, e-cigarettes provide an unwelcome challenge.
The First Amendment prohibition on church-state entanglement has been very good for religion in America.
Nicotine is addictive, and it is a poison—two facts that the FDA should make explicit by requiring warning labels on e-cigarette devices and vials of e-juices.
If it repairs the dam now, the city can count on spending more to fix it in future years. The insidious flow of water forever erodes the structure.
If Hispanics turn out to vote in the April 7 Chicago runoff, will it be because they have the potential to elect the city's first Hispanic mayor?
Turns out that Hillary, in all her official communications as secretary of state, used a personal email account—defying the Federal Records Act.
To run afoul of the law, it seems, a statement made during a political campaign must be both apparently credible and knowingly untrue.
Once again, Democrats were handed the opportunity to point out that Republicans aren’t in town to govern. They’re in town to lose.
Back in Washington, the governor tore into the press for asking uncomfortable questions.
Heroin use in Rock County is an epidemic. A remarkable pilot program started by Janesville police officer Brian Foster, however, is paying dividends and saving lives.
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