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It saddens me to know that just 43 percent of third-graders in Sonoma County currently read proficiently. Furthermore, more than 75 percent of English Language Learners read below proficiency.
It seems like ancient history now. But it was just 10 years ago that Americans were so opposed to gay marriage that pundits were pointing to ballot initiatives banning same-sex marriage — similar to Proposition 8 in California — as keys to the re-election of President George W.
On Aug. 6, 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Another bomb fell Aug. 9 on Nagasaki.
Minimum-wage and rent-control proposals are symptoms of a society that waited too long to pay attention to the well-being of people who have less.
The nation’s infrastructure is deteriorating from Bodega Bay to Boston and Missoula to Miami, but no one wants to pay the bill to resurface, rehabilitate and rebuild all those roads, bridges and interchanges.
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