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I was talking with a friend the other day about immigration. It’s one of the most divisive issues of our time, and we, too, found ourselves divided. “Our country is full,” he quoted President Trump, who said this back in April. Let’s improve the country with the people we already have, my fr…

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Winter has settled in early once again, and with a vengeance at that.

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What’s the difference between a habit and a rule? I had a recent experience with some teenagers that illustrates why habits are more powerful.

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For far too long, prescription pain medication, heroin, and fentanyl have broken families apart and devastated communities in Ohio. In 2017, our opioid overdose death rate was almost three times the national average, with nearly a dozen Ohioans dying from these dangerous drugs every day surp…

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More than half of our country’s states protect people who are engaging in their First Amendment right of Freedom of Speech from becoming targets of meritless lawsuits. Our democracy depends on encouraging public dialogue about community issues. Citizens should be allowed to show up at a loca…

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The Bryan Times,

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In reviewing the complaint in this letter, and reviewing the article that is cause for such complaint, I’ll respond to the points the letter writer raises.

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Today we will answer the question: May a president ask a foreign country to investigate corruption if it serves his “personal, political” interests?

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Once upon a time, having a job at a newspaper meant working in one of the most imposing buildings in town ... For those of us old enough to remember those days, National Newspaper Week 2019 could be one big, fat elegiac nostalgia trip.

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Freedom of the press, of speech, of religion, of assembly and to petition the government are woven, like stars in the flag, into the fabric of the First Amendment.

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This week — Oct. 6-12 — is National Newspaper Week. It’s the 79th annual celebration that recognizes the service of newspapers and their employees across North America, and is sponsored by Newspaper Association Managers.

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There’s a common thread that stretches forward from Donald Trump’s financial scandals of the 1980s to his damning phone call with the president of Ukraine.

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It’s September, which means back to school for many across West Central and Northwest Ohio. Best wishes to our students--I hope you have a challenging but successful school year. In our nation’s capital, September means representatives are returning to D.C. from several weeks of time in our …

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They are all gone now; the men (and one woman) who were major influences in my early journalism career. The last two died within weeks of each other. They were Jack Perkins and Sander Vanocur, both veterans of NBC News where I started as a copyboy.

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”We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constituti…

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The misguided effort to no longer require front license plates on motor vehicles in Ohio would make it more difficult to identify reckless motorists who illegally pass school buses when they stop to load and unload schoolchildren.