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Sen. Rick Scott shared "All federal legislation sunsets in (five) years." Goodbye, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, etc. Think the GOP would reauthorize those programs?
Criminals, by definition, do not follow the law.
If teachers better focused on basics, perhaps the letter’s sweeping conclusions wouldn’t have been drawn, based on incomplete evidence.
When I hear about someone having an abortion, it makes me sick to my stomach.

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Nurses are asking for a 27% wage increase over three years, which is totally out of line.
Nurses shouldn’t find themselves facing a workplace that is not safe for their patients.
Americans seem to get more upset about an attack on Rushdie and his freedom of speech than our own government’s 20 years of butchering innocents in Afghanistan and Iraq.
MAGA is an authoritarian personality cult that tried to overthrow our democracy in a wide-ranging coup.
No matter how much noise he and his followers make about the documents’ retrieval by the FBI, it will not alter the fact that he should have left them in Washington, D.C., on his departure to private life.
On Monday, I stopped to buy a dozen doughnuts for the body shop working on my car, but the baker didn’t show up for work.

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If our disastrous President Joe Biden-led administration would have put more thought into its multitude of bad decisions, it would have no reason to expand the reach of the IRS.
Teachers can spend classroom time more wisely by allocating more time teaching the basics.
Ideas and opinions in this letter are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the stance of this paper. The author of this letter has paid for its placement. Please vote for Democrat Jennifer Schultz for Congress. Her opponent, incumbent Republican Pete Stauber, recently voted against the Inflation Reduction Act, which means that he voted against these examples and other measures in the bill. (Thank goodness it passed!)

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