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1/10/2015 12:00 AM
Uncaging hens
California has become the first state to join the rest of the developed world this year with its new ban on so-called battery cages, a housing system that confines egg-laying hens to a space smaller than a sheet of paper. …

1/10/2015 12:00 AM
Silent on cities
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East Cleveland’s fiscal crisis should prompt Gov. John Kasich and the General Assembly to start work on a comprehensive and long overdue urban agenda. …

1/9/2015 12:00 AM
A reporter’s word
A few months ago, Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. said that the Justice Department would not continue to try to force New York Times reporter James Risen to reveal confidential sources for his 2006 book State of War, or send him to jail for refusing to cooperate. That newfound respect by Mr. Holder for Mr. Risen’s obligation as a reporter …

1/9/2015 12:00 AM
Drillers’ duty
In its advertising, the natural gas industry assures the public that its operations are safe and that it is committed to environmentally sound practices. So why does it balk at reporting the pollutants it puts in the air, ground, or water? …

1/9/2015 12:00 AM
‘I am Charlie’
The massacre by terrorists of 12 people in Paris this week reflects the risks taken by journalists and others who dare to criticize Islamic radicalism openly. It also shows why the response to such a deadly effort to impose censorship cannot be self-censorship. …

1/9/2015 12:00 AM
LETTERS: Remember good deeds, skills of TPD
I thank members of the Toledo Police Department for their brave service to keep our community safe. I thank them for spending hours in training to learn skills that they put into practice during every shift they work. …

1/9/2015 12:00 AM
Mich. lawmaker won’t let up on quest
DETROIT — Imagine suffering the ultimate nightmare: You are falsely accused, arrested, and convicted of a horrible crime you never committed. You spend years in prison. …

1/9/2015 12:00 AM
KIRK: And then there were two
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1/8/2015 12:00 AM
Rover pipeline will help Ohio
Community leaders who attended recent public meetings in Ohio and Michigan to learn more about the proposed Rover natural gas pipeline project heard a lot of discussion about its benefits to the economy. That is a conversation we should be having about a $4 billion project that will create 10,000 local construction jobs along its 800-mile route. …

1/8/2015 12:00 AM
Road map for Congress
The 113th Congress, which wrapped up at the end of 2014, was not quite the worst in history. According to one measure — the raw number of initiatives passed — it just beat the 112th, which set a modern-day low well below that of the do-nothing Congress Harry Truman beat up in 1948. …

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