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Many ethnic seniors did not support the state's Death with Dignity law, which is viewed as a model nationally. But they also fear becoming a burden to their families and society.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Shock, mixed with relief, greeted Premier Gordon Campbell's resignation announcement. He has backed lower taxes but also brought about North America's first carbon tax.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Tricky suburban balancing act, rhetoric that undercut his own strengths, and a résumé that never grew helped to doom Rossi in his third statewide run.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
A conservative county council majority decided that residents, rather than having to pay for professional inspections of their septic systems, should be able to say whether their system is working. Result: Almost everyone who opts for self-inspections says his or her system is just fine.READ MORE COMMENT NOW