Monthly Archives: March 2021

Workers’ comp bill does not protect workers

In the second year of Covid, we agree that we want to reward our heroes, right? We want to support the doctors and nurses, the grocery clerks and others who have risked their health to take care of the rest … Continue reading

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Time to make redistricting party-neutral

The Republican Party “represents about half the country,” according to a recent column by conservative commentator Rich Lowry. No, it doesn’t. Neither does the Democratic Party. Our two “major” parties are not so major these days. Each represents only about … Continue reading

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Pass the permanent fund amendment

Note:  since this was written, the permanent fund legislation was amended to add another quarter percent.  I am reevaluating, not just because of the additional money but because of the last-minute introduction of the amendment. If now is not an … Continue reading

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