No union gets veto power over public policy and the public good.
Respect for individual dignity demands that innocent people not be forced to violate the principles by which they live.
Forcing people to use a meter during lunchtime would discourage suburban visitors and is unnecessary.
Every student must realize college is an option, but they must realize a job in manufacturing is an option too.
Pharmaceutical firms have been protected for years by Congress. President Trump says those days are over.
This is the latest Toledo ‘buy now, pay later’ scheme.
Toledo needs to stop whining about water-plant expenses, and suburban customers need to quit threatening to build their own plants.
The President wants the health-insurance plan to cover everyone and cost less. That won’t be a free-market model.
Mrs. DeVos believes in giving parents a choice. She may be the shakeup the American education system needs.
It is time to consider a tax that can only be used for street repairs. Toledo cannot prosper if it does not have quality streets.