Monthly Archives: September 2014

Teachers have to fight to do their job

The special education teacher told me the kind of story you’d want to hear from a special education teacher. A girl in fifth grade couldn’t read and could barely speak. Nothing was working for her. The teacher found a reading … Continue reading

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Campaign questionnaires — the backroom communication

During the political season, while you’re listening to what candidates want to tell you, there’s another form of communication that most of us don’t see. It happens every election season. Maybe it should be more public. Organizations of every political … Continue reading

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We’re not quite ready for legal pot

Good thing the legislature didn’t pass that marijuana proposal. The proposal, introduced in the 2014 session, was a constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana, which would have been submitted to the voters in the upcoming election. The reasons to legalize marijuana … Continue reading

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