R.H. STAFFORD'S LIBRARY WOMAN My Birthday, OMG! Turning 65...
Never in my tenure on this planet have so many been looking forward to my birthday. For several months now Ive been getting reminders of the impending occasion in the mail. How does EVERYONE know t... Posted on 2/27/13 at 12:07 PM
Forty-five years ago this month my wife, not yet 22, was actively engaged in the very difficult work of dying. Our first child was not yet one year old. We lived in a tiny apartment in the small town in western North Dakota where I was teaching school.
Dick Bernard, Viewpoint Writer
, January 20, 2010
Partisan endorsements were fair game in school board election; Community should be disturbed by low Election Day turnout; Woodbury High School should have pit band for musicals; ‘Yes’ vote on House healthcare bill is bad for small businesses
Any physician failing to diagnose a patient’s underlying disease, treating symptoms only, would be guilty of malpractice. Too bad, then, that politicians who want to “reform” health care, making it “affordable” cannot be sued for malpractice.
Thomas St. Martin, Viewpoint Writer
, September 03, 2009
This summer I and other members of the Minnesota House of Representatives met almost weekly with the Chair of the House Health and Human Services Finance Division and members of stakeholder groups to track the national health care reform discussion.
Julie Bunn, State Representative
, August 26, 2009
There is a real consensus health care is broken.
Those are the words in writing from Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, R-Stillwater who has invited her constituents to attend a town hall-style forum she is holding this Thursday, Aug. 27, just down the road at Oak-Land Junior High in Lake Elmo.
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