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Kirk: Traffic cameras
BY KIRK WALTERS BLADE EDITORIAL CARTOONIST

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President Kasich?
BY DAVID KUSHMA BLADE EDITOR
President Kasich.

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5 percent challenge can improve Ohio higher education
BY KEITH FABER
The cost of college tuition is spiraling out of control, and Ohio’s future is at stake. …

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Living where you police

A series of high-profile police-related deaths over the past year has sparked national outrage and calls for reform: body cameras for all officers, greater transparency in law enforcement, and more cultural and diversity training for police. …

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Vital help at home

Home health-care workers enable old and disabled people to avoid institutions and maintain a sense of independence while they live at home. Yet these employees, in Ohio and nationwide, are underpaid and overworked, and generally don’t get employer-sponsored benefits. …

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Firms won’t develop technology on their own

After I read J. Winston Porter’s April 19 op-ed column, “Obama’s climate fixes promise huge costs, few results,” I was struck by his opinion that a comprehensive world environmental solution will not be addressed except with new technologies. …

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Global-warming ‘agnostic’ hasn’t changed

Mr. Porter repeats the standard industry litany of reasons that the nation cannot address the carbon emissions problem now: The United States cannot afford it, and China and India aren’t going along. …

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Natural gas pipeline a threat to nature

I am a longtime resident of the Oak Openings area and a property owner in the projected pathway of the NEXUS natural gas pipeline project. I am concerned about the impact of the pipeline along the south fork of the Wabash Cannonball Trail, which adjoins the north edge of my property in western Lucas County (“NEXUS project; Federal agency to …

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Who pays for power at station?
Letters to the Editor
Who pays for the electricity used at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge’s charging station (“Rep. Kaptur takes Kasich to task on renewable energy,” April 22)? The user? Taxpayers? …

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‘5 of 8’ rule outdated?
BY MARILOU JOHANEK BLADE COLUMNIST
The Ohio Board of Education has some explaining to do. It recently eliminated school staffing requirements that affect art, music, and physical education teachers. …




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