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Web Views for Friday, April 29: Proposed spousal health care surcharge, downtown sign plans, plastic bags
A month after the newspaper industry’s annual focus on government transparency, developments indicate progress and regression.
Voters in Indiana's GOP primary must choose between two of the most justly reviled politicians in America. Hoosiers (and other Americans) deserved better options.
Even though Trump delivered his foreign-policy address Wednesday from a prepared text, it still managed to be classic Trump: rambling and not terribly coherent.
The Treasury seems not to have realized that these rules will suppress foreign investment in the U.S. This will further reduce jobs and wages for American workers.
Preventing the entanglement of religion and government—the source of much repression and violence throughout history—is the genius of the First Amendment.
Selected editorial cartoons for the week of April 24-30, 2016
Depression is a terrible, brutal and serious illness that few people understand.
Tony Farrell Sr. implores loved ones to heed warning signs, which he says are evident in 75 percent of cases.
With workers installing new windows in our home this week, one question arose: What do we want to do with the old windows?
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