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From the column: "Complaints to Medicare about false and misleading advertising of Medicare Advantage plans doubled in 2021."
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From the column: "Candidates who do not detail their visions are dangerous — and dark."
From the column: "Many Democrats are clamoring to pass substantial bills while they still hold the House of Representatives before the GOP takes over the lower chamber next year. ... Fortunately, due to the wisdom of our Founding Fathers, who ensured the Senate would “cool” legislation like a saucer cools hot tea, it is unlikely any of these half-baked bills will end up on President Joe Biden’s desk."

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From the column: "With a potentially obstructionist House of Representatives controlled by many election deniers taking the reins of power in 2023, there is increased urgency to achieve as much as possible during the “lame duck,” the period after the election during which the outgoing Congress sometimes punts key decisions."
From the column: "It is being sold as a device to aid the less fortunate, but it is really a transfer of tax dollars from lower-income earners to higher-income earners."
From the column: "The system is broken and must be fixed. Biden’s plan to cancel student debt is a first step."
From the column: "For nearly 80 years, the specter of nuclear war has loomed over humanity. We may try to deny it, to ignore it, to bury it under distractions, but nuclear weapons are a real threat to all children."
From the column: "What if we all, especially post-boomers, focus on communicating directly with each other starting earlier in life, and not just on social media?"
"The inner peace that Jesus promised the faithful pulled us away from our fears of scarcity, a root motivator initiating our domination instinct over others, and helped us to realize that our neighbors were actually part of the same great big body of believers."

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From the column: "Although no easy solution exists for burnout, research shows that in a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, a team dynamic and good support system are important."
From the column: "Nothing can change the wrongs of the past, but we can learn from them and refuse to repeat them."
Babette Sandman is the widow of Ray “Skip” Sandman of Duluth, who died Oct. 30. He was 68.

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