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TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2016

N.C. law is innocuous

This letter concerns the North Carolina law, HB2, dubbed the "Bathroom Law" and "The Discrimination Law." I have read HB2 and find it totally innocuous. It certainly does not target any particular group or persons.

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MONDAY, MAY 2, 2016

Turtle story inspiring

In response to the online article "Massachusetts boy skips birthday gifts, gives to sea turtles," April 22: It is nice scrolling through the newsfeed and being able to find an enlightening, nice story.

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SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2016

CMR champions telehealth

I am a respiratory therapist, and I have just returned from Washington, D.C. I represented 2,600 respiratory therapists from Washington state. Two colleagues and I visited every congressional office to seek sponsorship for H.R. 2948, the Medicare Telehealth Parity Act.

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Skull secrecy unnecessary

The recent case involving a human skull found near Downriver Golf Course is further evidence of unnecessary secrecy and on the lack of public accountability by the Spokane County Medical Examiner's Office and related police agencies.

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Parting Shot — 5.5.16

Sgt. Greg Moore's widow Lindy Moore, far right holds their daughter Gemma, 2, along with Moore’s son, Dylon, 13, and ex-wife Jennifer Brumley far left at Fallen Heroes Plaza at ...

Free pizza for moms

MOD Pizza is offering moms free pizza on Mother’s Day. Moms can receive one free 11-inch pizza or hand-tossed salad during regular business hours at MOD Pizza locations nationwide Sunday. ...

Montana proposes grizzly bear hunting plan

HUNTING -- If grizzly bears are removed from the endangered species list, Montana wants to be ready with a hunting plan. State wildlife officials this week released draft regulations for ...



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