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Tuesday, April 28, 2015
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TARTA’s downtown plan lacks vision
Letters to the Editor
In response to your April 23 editorial “Terminal folly”: “Folly” is right. The focus should be on how to bring community passion back. …

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Time for city officials to meet challenge
Letters to the Editor
Two proposals before Toledo City Council require vision and guts to do the right thing. …

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TARTA terminal must go elsewhere
Letters to the Editor
TARTA’S plan to turn the eastbound lanes of Jackson Boulevard into a bus terminal and parking lot is an unimaginative response to a perceived need to eliminate the downtown bus loop. …

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TARTA, ProMedica lead regression
Letters to the Editor
I agree with Blade columnist Keith C. Burris — why should we return to ugliness (“Tearing up Jackson Street; Regression to ugliness,” commentary, April 24)? …

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Do over

The Toledo Board of Education is set to vote today to fill a vacancy on the five-member board. The secrecy and haste with which board members are acting are unjustified. They can and should take the time to conduct a transparent and accountable search, instead of burdening the new board member with public skepticism arising from a flawed process.…

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Marriage equality now
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As recently as a decade ago, opponents of marriage equality could justifiably argue that same-sex marriage was a question best left to states. Today, a clear majority of Americans, including most Ohioans, agree that marriage is a human right that cannot be denied to millions of Americans based on their sexual orientation. …

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Hillary Clinton dodges special interests
BY DAVID SHRIBMAN PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE EXECUTIVE EDITOR
The campaign for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination may be without competition, but it is not without interest. …

Updated 18 hours ago
Mideast turmoil goes back centuries
BY S. AMJAD HUSSAIN BLADE COLUMNIST
The conflict in Iraq and Syria is increasingly framed in communal terms. It is said that Shia-Sunni bloodletting is nothing new. Implicit in this simplistic approach is the solution: Let them fight it out among themselves. Reality is not that simple. …

4/27/2015 12:00 AM
Promoting trade
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Congress will vote as soon as this week whether to authorize President Obama to negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership. That critical trade agreement would serve America’s economic and political interests in Asia. …

4/27/2015 12:00 AM
Rhino's hope

A rhinoceros in Kenya has a security detail befitting a rock star. The northern white rhino named Sudan is the last living male of his kind on the planet. …




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