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On Nov. 4, the California Faculty Association announced the results of our statewide strike authorization vote.
Few stories have generated as much heat from readers this past week as that of the new Santa Rosa fire station kitchen, and other areas, having to be torn apart and rebuilt at a cost of some $183,000 in taxpayer dollars.
Congress needs to make business taxes in the United States more competitive with those in the rest of the world’s.
Early in 2015, I listened as the descendants of immigrants talked about the injustices visited upon their families.
The handling of the video showing a Chicago teen being shot 16 times is a textbook example of how to bungle a volatile incident of critical importance and spread distrust of how cities handle officer-involved shootings, particularly those caught on film.
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